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Diplodocus
Diplodocus
Home world: Prehistoric Earth
First appearance: Dinosaur Expedition Born Free Episode TBA
Latest appearance: TBA
Height: TBA
Weight: TBA
Category: Dinosaur
Affiliation: TBA
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Diplodocus (ディプロドフォーカス, Dipurodofōkasu) is a very famous large sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic period of the Western United States.

A Diplodocus was one of the many targets of time traveling poachers in Dinosaur Expedition Born Free.

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Stats

  • Height: N/A (Born Free), 5 m (real life)
  • Length: N/A (Born Free), 32.9 m (real life)
  • Weight: N/A (Born Free), 10-16 (real life)
  • Origin: Prehistoric Earth

History

Dinosaur Expidition Born Free

TBA

Trivia

Trivia not relevant for the series
  • Diplodocus means "Double beamed" in Greek, in reference to its double-beamed chevron bones located in the underside of the tail.
  • The real Diplodocus was longer than the real Brontosaurus, although it was the lighter of the two.
  • In 2004, a presentation at the annual conference of the Geological Society of America showed that Seismosaurus was in fact a species of Diplodocus. This was followed by a much more detailed publication in 2006, which not only renamed the species Diplodocus hallorum, but also speculated that it could prove to be the same as D. longus. The position that D. hallorum should be regarded as a specimen of D. longus was also taken by the authors of a new description of Supersaurus, refuting a previous hypothesis that Seismosaurus and Supersaurus were the same. It is now believed to be from an immature animal, not a separate species

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Gallery

Dinosaur Expedition Born Free

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