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The 15 Largest Dinosaurs Discovered So Far

In early 2014, scientists announced that Argentine farmers had discovered a titanosaur estimated to be 80 tons and 130 feet long — let’s see how it stacks up against the all-time 15 largest dinosaurs discovered.

15. Diplodocus - 38 tons,  108 ft long

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14. Supersaurus - 40 tons, 110 ft long

13. Turiasaurus - 45 tons, 120 ft long

12. Alamosaurus 55 tons, 60 ft long

 

T-9. Ruyangosaurus - 50+ tons, 95 ft long

T-9. Futalognkosaurus 50+ tons, 111 ft long

 

T-9. Mamenchisaurus - 50+ tons, 70 ft long

8. MPM-PV-39 - 58 tons, unknown length

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7. Paralititian - 59 tons, 80 ft long

6. Sauroposeidon - 60 tons, 100 ft long

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5. Puertasaurus - 70 tons, 100 ft long

 

4. Antarctosaurus - 73 tons, 65 ft long

 

T-2. Argentinosaurus - 78 tons, 120 ft long

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T-2. Amphicoelias - 78 tons, 160 ft long

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1. Unnamed Titanosaur - 80 tons, 130 ft long

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