Definition of Antarctosaurus. Meaning of Antarctosaurus. Synonyms of Antarctosaurus

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- what is now South America. The type species, Antarctosaurus wichmanni****, and a second species, Antarctosaurus giganteus, were described by prolific German...
- Northern hemisphere whereas Antarctosaurus means "saurian from the Southern hemisphere" because its type species Antarctosaurus wichmanni**** was found in...
- especially diplodocid-like due to square-shaped jaws; the titanosaur Antarctosaurus is especially similar to the rebbachisaurid Nigersaurus. The dorsal...
- titanosaur. Puertasaurus, ****alognkosaurus, Dreadnoughtus, Paralititan, "Antarctosaurus" giganteus, and Alamosaurus have all been considered to be comparable...
- been found in the vicinity. A lower jaw ****igned to the titanosaur Antarctosaurus is likewise similar to that of Nigersaurus, but may have evolved convergently...
- Antarctosaurus Bonitasaura Epachthosaurus? Jainosaurus Nullotitan Pitekunsaurus Vahiny Rinconsauria Muyelensaurus Rinconsaurus Lognkosauria Argentinosaurus...
- Tyrannosaurus rex, Megalosaurus, Titanosaurus, Barapasaurus, Brachiosaurus, Antarctosaurus, Stegosaurus and Iguanodon. The park displays life-size models of the...
- the giants Sauroposeidon, Paralititan, Argentinosaurus, Puertasaurus, Antarctosaurus giganteus, Dreadnoughtus schrani, Notocolossus and ****alognkosaurus...
- was re****igned by Charles Alfred Matley and Friedrich von Huene to Antarctosaurus septentrionalis, which was moved to the new genus Jainosaurus in 1995...
- Sen (2009). "A re****essment of the sauropod dinosaur Jainosaurus (="Antarctosaurus") septentrionalis from the Upper Cretaceous of India". Contributions...
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