Articles related to titanosaurs
Titanosaurs - The Last of the Sauropods
By the end of the Cretaceous period, the only sauropods left standing were the titanosaurs--mysterious, armored plant-eaters whose partial skeletons have been ...
Titanosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Titanosaurs--large, lightly armored, four-legged plant eaters--were a branch of sauropods that prospered during the Cretaceous period. Here are pictures ...
Tapuiasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
A recently discovered titanosaur from South America.
Rinconsaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Not all titanosaurs were equally titanic. A case in point is Rinconsaurus, which measured only 35 feet from head to tail and weighed about five tons--in stark ...
Tangvayosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
This Laotian titanosaur was closely related to Phuwiangosaurus.
Overosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
This dwarf titanosaur was announced to the world in 2013.
Panamericansaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
This titanosaur was named after an energy company.
Zapalasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
... into the early Cretaceous--until sauropods as a whole were supplanted by their lightly armored descendants, the titanosaurs. The importance of Zapalasaurus, ...
Yongjinglong - About.com Dinosaurs
Next to ceratopsians--the horned, frilled dinosaurs native to North America and Eurasia--titanosaurs count among some the most common fossil discoveries.
Sauropods - the Biggest Dinosaurs Ever - About.com
The Cretaceous period saw a slow slide in sauropod fortunes; by the time the dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago, only the lightly armored titanosaurs ...