Adding to our history
Paleontologists are practically giddy with the discovery of a new dinosaur skull. The skull belongs to newly identified titanosaur (sarmientosaurus musacchioi), an incredibly long-necked and long-tailed dinosaur that lived about 95 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
Titanosaurs were giants with tiny heads, but their heads rarely fossilized, the researchers told Live Science. The new finding provides amazing insights into the brains, hearing and vision of these enormous herbivorous beasts, they said. [Read the Story on the Titanosaur Skull]
How they lived
Releasing the monster
The illustration here allows for a comparison of the digitally rendered skull with the artist's conception of the new titanosaurian dinosaur species Sarmientosaurus musacchioi.