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See Article History Brontosaurus, Brontosaurus excelsus , large herbivorous sauropod dinosaur living between the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous periods Its fossil was first discovered in western North America in and first described in by American paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh. Despite the change in classification , the public still embraced the dinosaur as Brontosaurus, owing to the widespread use of its likeness during much of the 20th century in advertising, motion pictures , and television , as well as the presence of Brontosaurus reconstructions in museums throughout North America and Europe. The genus Brontosaurus was reinstated in after a morphological study of the family to which those genera belonged revealed that the physical differences between Brontosaurus and Apatosaurus were enough to separate them into two genera. BrontosaurusThe dinosaur Brontosaurus compared in size with a modern-day elephant.

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It was first discovered in by Othniel Charles Marsh. This dinosaur is best known for its large neck, which serves as sort of a counter balance for its long tail. Which means that the tail and the neck work in conjunction to keep this dinosaur from falling over. An interesting fact about the Brontosaurus was that it stood approximately 15 feet high at the hips, and had a length of about 90 feet.

These dinosaurs could reach massive sizes, weighing approximate 33 tons on average. Several computer simulations have been conducted on how the tail worked on the Brontosaurus. Today, there is some controversy surrounding the word Brontosaurus. When Marsh discovered some partial remains of this dinosaur in he named it Apatosaurus ajax. However, when he discovered a more complete skeleton in he named it Brontosaurus excelsus. In , it was discovered that these two specimens were actually the same type of dinosaur.

With that being the case, according to the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, the oldest name would be the correct one. However, the Brontosaurus name struck a chord with the imagination of the public and continues to be used in nonscientific circles to this day. Brontosaurus Pictures.

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It was first discovered in by Othniel Charles Marsh. This dinosaur is best known for its large neck, which serves as sort of a counter balance for its long tail. Which means that the tail and the neck work in conjunction to keep this dinosaur from falling over. An interesting fact about the Brontosaurus was that it stood approximately 15 feet high at the hips, and had a length of about 90 feet.

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