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Alamosaurus sanjuanensis

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Alamosaurus sanjuanensis
Alamosaurus sanjuanensis is a species of sauropod dinosaur that lived in what is now North America during the late Cretaceous period, approximately 69 to 66 million years ago. It is considered one of the largest sauropods known from this region and has been estimated to have reached lengths of up to 21 to 30 meters and hip heights of around 4 to 5 meters. Its weight is estimated at several tons, possibly between 30 and 40 tons, making it a true giant among dinosaurs.

The Alamosaurus sanjuanensis had a massive body and a skeletal structure adapted to support its enormous weight. It had a long neck that allowed it to reach tall vegetation to feed, while its tail was long and robust, possibly used as a counterweight during locomotion. His limbs were long and robust, with strong bones designed to support the load of his body.

Although less is known about its behavior and feeding habits compared to other sauropods, it is believed that Alamosaurus sanjuanensis was a herbivore that fed primarily on terrestrial plants, probably ferns, conifers, and other similar plants that were common in its environment during the Cretaceous. late.

Fossils of Alamosaurus sanjuanensis have been found in several locations in North America, particularly in regions such as New Mexico and Texas in the United States, as well as in Mexico.

Approximate measurements of the Alamosaurus:
  • Scale 1:100 Assembly kit 2 pieces
    • Length 219mm
    • Height 137mm
    • Snout-tail length 273mm

  • Scale 1:35 Assembly kit 3 pieces wall thickness 5 mms
    • Length 624mm
    • Height 389mm
    • Snout-tail length 780mm