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Cetiosaurus - Prehistoric Animals 11/50
No: 2198   Contributor: Evelyn Wright   Series: Prehistoric Animals   Year: 2013   Manufacturer: Brooke Bond Oxo Ltd   Country: United Kingdom
Cetiosaurus - Prehistoric Animals 11/50

Perhaps the most familiar of the great sauropods of the Jurassic and Cretaceous are Diplodocus and Brontosaurus from the Upper Jurassic of the western U.S.A. Sauropods lived also in England, however, the most common genus being Cetiosaurus from the Jurassic of the Midlands (160 million years ago); a good skeleton was unearthed near Stamford in 1968. Most of them were gigantic, larger than any other animals, living or extinct.
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