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Diplodocus

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Brachiosaurus (1993).

Brachiosaurus is a genus of sauropod dinosaur in the Jurassic World Evolution series, originating from Late Jurassic North America. Among the most iconic as well as one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, Brachiosaurus was one of the first dinosaurs bred by InGen for Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar, as well as Jurassic World, the successor to the first park. In Evolution, the Brachiosaurus is one of the largest species available to the Hammond Foundation for their operations on the Five…

How Much Do You Really Know About Diplodocus?: Diplodocus Was the Longest Dinosaur that Ever Lived

Diplodocus was one of the biggest, and one of the most well-known, sauropod dinosaurs of the late Jurassic period.

CollectA Rearing Diplodocus "Turntable Tuesday"

Everything Dinosaur team members take the new for 2020 CollectA rearing Diplodocus dinosaur model for a spin.

Diplodocus - who knows, maybe they helped Noah and family build the ark? Like a crane, or elevator :)

"Dinosaurier" Flash Cards by German publisher ASS (not making that up). Seem to have been published in the early to mid-nineties. Artist(s) unknown.

The Dino Directory - Diplodocus - Natural History Museum

Explore Diplodocus, a plant-eating sauropod in the Dinosaur Directory.

Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus is a genus of sauropod dinosaur in the Jurassic World Evolution series, originating from Late Jurassic North America. Among the most iconic as well as one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, Brachiosaurus was one of the first dinosaurs bred by InGen for Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar, as well as Jurassic World, the successor to the first park. In Evolution, the Brachiosaurus is one of the largest species available to the Hammond Foundation for their operations on the Five…