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From Discovery News:
‘Giraffe of the Mesozoic’ Dinosaur Unearthed in China
Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News
Sept. 2, 2009 — Remains of a dinosaur, nicknamed the “giraffe of the Mesozoic” due to its long neck and forelimbs, were recently discovered in China, according to a paper in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Its name refers to a famous Qing Dynasty emperor, Kangxi, and also contains the words for “bridge,” “bend in a stream,” and “dragon,” references to the site as well as a dream the emperor is said to have had.
Brachiosaurs — a family of plant-eating sauropods — are often quite big. One of the largest mounted skeletons in the world is a Brachiosaurus at the Humboldt Museum in Berlin. The new species is “relatively small” by comparison.
Co-author Hai-Lu You told Discovery News that the Chinese dinosaur stood at about 39.3 feet long, 9.8 feet tall, and weighed around 10 tons.
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