Dinosaurs tanistrofens

1986/08/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria

About 200 million years ago, on the surface of the Earth was the dinosaur, known as Tanistrofens. His only peculiarity was not the pseudonym we have put on him today, but his long neck was the most spectacular. Its neck was 3.5 m, with a total length of 6 m. The tail occupied a quarter of its length. The appearance of this peculiar dinosaur should be farreable.

He lived on the shores of the current Mediterranean, specifically in the current German Ohian Beltza.

The paleontologist R.Wild of the University of Stuttgart has studied the remains of the Tanistrofense. According to him, the neck of the Tanistrophense was formed by twelve vertitebros. The faces of these vertebrae were almost parallel. In addition, the vertebrae were very rigid, except in the vicinity of the head and base. It is believed that these animals had to overcome serious problems for blood irrigation and brain digestion.

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