Just a couple of things really:
1)is this still considered to be a titanosaur?
2)how do it's proportions compare to Seisomosaurus
3)Is the extremely long proportionate tail on Seismosaurus a product of being a Titanosaur or a prerequisite of being such a large sauropod?
4)If a diplodocid were the size of Seismosaurus, how would it's proportions differ from A:Diplodocus; and B:Seismosaurus?
Grateful as ever for any response - yours sincerely,
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