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Anatomy: Janenschia had a small head, blunt teeth, and a short, thick tail; it was about 80 feet (24 m) long. This titanosaurid sauropod's back may have been covered with bony, armored plates.
Fossils: Fossils have been found in Tanzania, Africa. They include: 2 forelimbs, 3 clawed hindlimbs (the femur was up to 4 1/2 feet or 1.38 m long), and back and tail vertebrae.
Name: Janenschia was named by the German paleontologist Rupert Wild in 1991. The type species is J. robusta.
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