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Graciel·la (Vic. Catalonia) (CAT. New European State, Poland) on 2 January 2017 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

The giant
The temporary exhibition Spinosaurus: the lost giant of the Cretaceous in the "Museu Blau" of Barcelona, presents the first known dinosaur adapted for swimming and the largest known carnivorous dinosaur. The exhibition, organized by the National Geographic Society in partnership with the University of Chicago, has been supplemented with fossils from the museum’s collections, which include the remains of this singular dinosaur.
Spinosaurus, with a length of 15 meters and weighing 6.8 tonnes, is enormous – even bigger than Tyrannosaurus rex – and shows characteristics that make it unique: a skull similar to that of a crocodile, an immense dorsal crest and short hind legs for moving in water.
National Geographic report

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