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Dreadnoughtus (D. schrani, `Fearsome´) is an extinct genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, during the Campanian to Maastrichtian, 84 to 66 million years ago in what is now Argentina.

This dinosaur is distinguished by being one of the largest known sauropods, with an estimated length of around 26 meters and a weight of around 59 tons. In addition, it is one of the best-known sauropods due to the large number of fossils that have been found, including bones from the limbs, pelvis, spine, neck, and head. In all, more than 200 bones have been recovered, making it one of the most complete skeletons of any giant dinosaur.

Dreadnoughtus are characterized by having a very long neck and tail, and a very broad ribcage. Their limb bones were massive, with a length of up to 2 meters in the thigh bones and a diameter of 90 centimeters in the forearm bones. This suggests that Dreadnoughtus had large muscle mass and considerable strength in its limbs.

Analysis of Dreadnoughtus bones has revealed interesting information about their lifestyle. For example, its bones indicate that it was a growing animal when it died, suggesting that it still had plenty of time to grow before reaching its full size. It has also been suggested that Dreadnoughtus lived in coastal areas, which is based on the presence of marine animal fossils found near Dreadnoughtus bones.

The Model Pose represents a Dreadnoughtus specimen walking in its tireless search for food.

Approximate measurements of the Dreadnoughtus:

Scale 1:100 - 193 mm long
Scale 1:72 - 268 mm long
Scale 1:35 - 550 mm long