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|Culture & Science - Science|
|Wednesday, 12 December 2007 20:36|
Millions of years later a group of paleontologists discovered beneath the ice near the Beardmore Glacier, about 4 thousand feet. Only now the dinosaur was identified and named, after a decade of study patients. (Image)
Paleontologists led by William Hammer, discovered a foot, leg and ankle on Mount Kirkpatrick.
Antarctic believe this dinosaur was about six meters long and weighing between 4 and 6 tons. Those who commissioned the study of Glacialisaurus hammeri, Diego Pol, a paleontologist at the Museo Egidio Feruglio in Argentina, and colleagues. They determined that this new genus and species of dinosaur from the Jurassic era.
This is a sauropod, the group of the largest dinosaurs that walked the earth, which previously had not been discovered in Antarctica. Sauropodomorphs had long necks and were herbivores.
They were distributed throughout the world as they are found today from China, South Africa, South America, North America and even Antarctica. This is because at that time the continents were united in the supercontinent Gondwana, and the weather was more or less the same in almost all areas that are now widely separated.