Amargasaurus (uh-MARG-uh-SAW-rus Meaning Lizard of Là Amarga) is another large sauropod in the Early Cretaceous Period. It had large spikes on its neck. It was discovered in South America and was discovered by Bonaparté in 1991. It stood on 10 meters (33 feet) long.
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