Translation: Legs suitable for swamps
Also known as: Helopus
Description: Herbivore, quadruped
Height: 4.3 meters
Length: 10 meters
Weight: up to 22,680 kg
Period: Jurassic late
The partial skeletons of this extremely long-necked saurischian were found in China, being very similar to theTienshanosaurus.
With forelimbs as long as its hindlimbs, the euhelopus was unusual: their original family classification was Camaraurid.
However, other studies have determined that members of this genus, as well as other Chinese sauropods of this time such as Mamenchisaurus, share enough unique characteristics to constitute a separate family of sauropods.
The new family of sauropods has logically been called Euhelopodidae.
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