- Title: Argentine scientists discover new dinosaur species
- Date: 11th December 2019
- Summary: BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (DECEMBER 11, 2019) (REUTERS) GENERAL VIEW OF PEOPLE AT THE NATURAL SCIENCES MUSEUM OF BUENOS AIRES VARIOUS ORIGINAL BONES OF NULLOTITAN GLACIARIARIS, NEW DINOSAUR SPECIES DISCOVERED
- Embargoed: 25th December 2019 21:26
- Keywords: Argertina Buenos Aires Natural Sciences Museum dinosaur
- Location: BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
- City: BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
- Country: Argentina
- Topics: Science,Editors' Choice
- Reuters ID: LVA001B9JA2X3
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- Story Text: Argentine palaeontologists have discovered the remains of new herbivorous species of dinosaur that inhabited the country's southern El Calafate area some 70 million years.
The Nullotitan Glaciaris measured 25 meters (82 feet) in length, was four-legged and had a long neck.
While the Isasicursor santacrucensis measured four meters in length (13 feet) and could move rapidly on its hinds legs.
During the dig, the scientists also discovered the Isasicursor Santacrucensis, a species that lived in packs.
(Production: Miguel Lo Bianco, Liamar Ramos)
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