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Which is the largest dinosaur?

Argentinosaurus is the biggest sauropod whose size has been backed up by convincing evidence. This gigantic plant-muncher (named after Argentina, where its remains were found) measured about 120 feet from head to tail and may have weighed almost100 tons. Just one vertebra of Argentinosaurus is over four feet thick.
Scientists claim that it is the biggest dinosaur.

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