I have wanted to talk about the Argentinosaurus, a huge dinosaur, we talked about it when I wrote about other terrestrial animals such as colossal Amphicoelias fragillimus or Diplodocus. Well ... Argentinosaurus was THE LARGEST LAND ANIMAL STORY (after Argentinosaurus, although this is of doubtful existence). And not only was the second largest, was also a heavyweight. Let's see some data.
* The Diplodocus measuring 35 meters and 80 tons. (green)
* The Argentinosaurus 40 meters and 100 tons. (gray)
* The fragillimus Amphicoelias was up to over 45 meters and 120 tons. (red)
As shown in the video, was a huge animal, weighed, a giant terrestrial. Grew to be 20 meters high, as a 6-storey building. When stepped on, the ground rumbled like an earthquake, and a frightened herd (if there is any animal that could do that) made the ground tremble.
This herbivore ate Cretaceous pines in what is now South America. Hence its name: Argentina (Argentina) and saurus (lizard).