Researchers in Iromanga, Queensland, have officially named the giant robot the Astralotian Coopurances or “Southern Titan”, according to a study published in the journal Pierre. The second part of its name, Cooprensis, refers to nearby Cooper Creek in western Queensland, where fossils were discovered in 2007.
Experts say the dinosaur weighed about 70 tons, stood 21 feet high and extended the length of the basketball court.
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The titanosaur – similar to the Prachiosaurus – was part of a group called choropods, plant-eating dinosaurs whose size is known. They are estimated to have lived during the Cretaceous period, 90 million years ago.
Over the past decade, archaeologists have worked to identify dinosaurs – comparing bone scans with existing organisms.
“To confirm that the Astralotian is a distinct species, its bones had to be compared with the bones of other species in Queensland and around the world. This is a very long and arduous task,” Hagnul said. Said.
The study found that the Australopithecus is closely related to three other species of Australian robots – Windonotidon, Diamondinacerus and Savannasarus.
“We compared three species found in the north near Winton with our new Iromanga company, all of Australia’s largest dinosaurs seem to have been part of a larger happy family,” Hohnul said.
Dinosaur bones were first discovered in 2007 on a family farm near Iromanga, Queensland.
Such discoveries are “the tip of the iceberg,” Hohnul said.
“Our ultimate goal is to find evidence to tell the changing story of Queensland, which has been in production for hundreds of millions of years. It is a great story that all scientists, museums and tourists can come up with,” he added.
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