STL Science Center

STL Science Center

28 February 2015


©Nobu Tamura
When placed alongside similarly small wide-bodied sauropods Dicraeosaurus is actually a rather large dinosaur. Size is always relative, of course, but Dicraeosaurus is a smaller sauropod as far as sauropods are concerned despite appearing to be significantly larger than the other small sauropods pictured with it here. Even considered a small dinosaur it is still enormous compared to a human being. Regardless of body size, as with all sauropods the head of Dicraeosaurus is fairly small relative to the body and neck of the dinosaur.

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