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Alamosaurus (pronounced Al-uh-moe-SAWR-us) was a quadrupedal, plant-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period, about 73 million to 65 million years ago. It was a sauropod and a titanosaurid (it may have had some body armor).

Anatomy: Alamosaurus was a long-necked, whip-tailed dinosaur. It was about 69 feet (21 m) long and weighed perhaps 33 tons (30000 kg).

Fossils: Fossils have been found in New Mexico, Texas, and Utah, USA. Fossils include fragmentary skeletons (and no skulls).

Name: Alamosaurus (meaning "Ojo Alamo [New Mexico] lizard" ) was named by Gilmore in 1922. The type species is A. sanjuanensis.

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