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2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 16 seconds

Where does the Egyptosaurus live?

The Egyptosaurus was a type of sauropod dinosaur that lived in Africa about 95 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous period.

Its name means 'Egypt's lizard', because it was one of the first dinosaurs to be discovered in Egypt.

It had a long neck, a long tail, and a small head, like most sauropods.

It was a plant-eating dinosaur that probably moved in herds.

Its fossils have been found in the Bahariya Formation of Egypt, the Farak Formation of Niger, and other places in the Sahara Desert.

It was related to other titanosaurs, such as Paralititan and Argentinosaurus.

It is estimated to have been about 15 meters (49 feet) long and 7 tons (7.7 short tons) in weight.

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What does the Egyptosaurus look like?

Egyptosaurus is walking through a jungle with palm trees and sun shining down on it's back legs
Egyptosaurus in a desert with pyramids in the background
Egyptosaurus with stripes on its body and a tail is walking on a dirt road in front of trees
Egyptosaurus with its mouth open standing in a desert area at night with palm trees and a moon in the sky
Egyptosaurus in the desert with palm trees in the background
Egyptosaurus is standing in the desert with pyramids in the background
Egyptosaurus in a desert setting with a palm tree in the background
The Egyptosaurus was a type of sauropod dinosaur that lived in Africa about 95 million years ago.

Sauropods were large, long-necked, plant-eating dinosaurs that walked on four legs.

The Egyptosaurus had a small head with a narrow snout and peg-like teeth for stripping leaves from branches:
  • Its neck was long and flexible, allowing it to reach high vegetation.

  • Its body was bulky and supported by thick legs with five-toed feet.

  • Its tail was also long and probably used for balance and defense.

The Egyptosaurus was closely related to the Argentinosaurus, one of the largest dinosaurs ever known.

The exact size of the Egyptosaurus is unknown, but it may have been about 15 meters (49 feet) long and weighed about 7 tons (7.7 short tons).

Unfortunately, most of the fossils of the Egyptosaurus were destroyed during World War II, so we only have a few fragments left to study.

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