At 140t, we're talking about the weight of the largest known blue whale
-- on land. What insane kind of evolutionary pressure would there
have to be to exert the drive towards such masses??
Sauroposeidon is the largest Brachiosaurid found to date. If indeed the titanosuriforms are lighter than Brachiosaurus, then Sauroposeidon should be approaching the 100t range.
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