Kellner, Campos, Azevedo, Trotta, Henriques, Craik & Silva, 2006. Skeleton of the bone constitution of a titanium discovered in the municipality of Prata, Minas Gerais. As rocks of the locality belonging to the Adamantina Formation (Bauru Group) and date from the Upper Cretaceous - 99.6 to 65.5 million years. This specimen presents an estimated meter of 13 meters and is representative of the group of sauropods, herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks and small heads. It was the first large Brazilian dinosaur mounted for exhibition in the country.


  • Title: Titanosaurus (replica)
  • Physical Dimensions: h13 m
  • Rights: Copyright © 2017 Museu Nacional/UFRJ
  • Setor: Paleontologia
  • Sala de Exposição: Maxakalisaurus topai
  • Local de Coleta/Origem: Prata, Minas Gerais.
  • Data de Origem/Produção: 99,6 a 65,5 milhões de anos atrás
  • Area de Conhecimento: Paleontologia

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