Scientists find 30-foot complete dinosaur skeleton

Denton Record Chronicle - The 30-foot-long skeleton complete with skull, may help reveal how the 120-foot-long sauropods evolved, said Texas Tech paleontologist Sankar Chatterjee. The bones, estimated at more than 200 million years old, were found in southern China in 2005.

Scientists say they've found the first complete skeleton of a dinosaur that is an ancestor to the sauropod, the largest creature to walk the planet.

The 30-foot-long skeleton complete with skull, may help reveal how the 120-foot-long sauropods evolved, said Texas Tech paleontologist Sankar Chatterjee. The bones, estimated at more than 200 million years old, were found in southern China in 2005.

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