Abrosaurus

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2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 10 seconds

What kind of animal is Abrosaurus?

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Abrosaurus is a genus of macronarian sauropod dinosaur that lived in the Middle Jurassic Period, about 168 to 161 million years ago, in what is now Asia.

It was one of many dinosaurs found at the Dashanpu Quarry in the Sichuan Province of China.

Abrosaurus was a quadrupedal herbivore with a boxy head and a tall bony arch containing the nostrils.

It was relatively small for a sauropod, not much more than 9 meters (30 feet) long.

The name Abrosaurus means "delicate lizard" and refers to the thin bony struts that separated the large openings in the skull.

Abrosaurus was originally classified as a camarasaurid, but later studies suggested that it was a basal member of Macronaria, a group of sauropods that includes Camarasaurus, Brachiosaurus, and Titanosauria.

Abrosaurus is known from a nearly complete and well-preserved skull and some fragmentary postcranial remains, but a full description of its anatomy is still lacking.

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