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With its long neck and tail, the Brachiosaurus was one of the longest land animals on earth. It was over 23 metres long and over six metres tall.
This dinosaur was a plant-eater. Its shoulders were six metres above the ground and its nine metre long neck stretched higher than the tree tops.
Conservation Status: extinct
Global Home: North America and Africa
North America and Africa
Primary Habitat: forest
Like a giraffe, this dinosaur grazed on treetops. With chisel-like teeth and a very sharp sense of smell, this plant-eater always found enough to eat. Unlike most another dinosaurs, the Brachiosaurus' front legs were longer than its hind legs which made it easier for this herbivore to reach its food. The brachiosaurus was one of the largest dinosaurs to ever live; it could reach 17 metres in height and weigh nearly ninety tonnes.