Brachiosaurus skeleton reconstructed in Berlin museum

This is a video about a Brachiosaurus skeleton, reconstructed in a museum in Berlin, Germany.

Translation from the German of Fossilien News Blog, this explanation:

Dino de luxe – a Berlin museum presents the biggest dinosaur skeleton in the world

150 million years ago, Brachiosaurus brancai walked across the savannas. It was a 50 ton monster, able to raise its head up to 15 meter high. And that is exactly what is doing again right now – in the Berliner Museum für Naturkunde. As the museum succeeded in an elaborate reconstruction – thanks to results of new research – to correct some mistakes made during the earlier reconstruction of the skeleton. A skeleton, found about 100 years ago in what is today Tanzania.

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