The Aelosaurus is a dinosaur Sauropode common in the southern hemisphere at the end of the Crétacé in Argentine. It resembled the titanosaure, but had long caudal vertebrae and a spine bent forwards.
Its name means Reptile of Éole
- Time: Cretaceous (- 144 M.A. with - 65 M.A.)
- Size: 15 m of length, m in height
- Habitat: Food South America
- Mode: herbivore
- Aeolosaurus rionegrinus (Powell, 1987)
- Aeolosaurus colhuehuapensis (Casal et al., 2007)
Inventory of the found fossils
- Remainders of several individuals, including/understanding, in particular: caudal vertebrae, ulna, radius, métacarpiens, ischion, pubis, tibia, fibula, ostéodermes… For A. colhuehuapensis : 21 caudal vertebrae, and 7 hemapophyses.
- See List of the dinosaurs
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