It Is Confirmed: Australian Farmers Find Titanosaur Bones The two farmers found the gigantic dinosaur bones on their property in 2006. The long-necked plant eater was as long as a basketball court and was two-stories tall.

It Is Confirmed: Australian Farmers Find Titanosaur Bones

It Is Confirmed: Australian Farmers Find Titanosaur Bones

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The two farmers found the gigantic dinosaur bones on their property in 2006. The long-necked plant eater was as long as a basketball court and was two-stories tall.

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SARAH MCCAMMON, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Sarah McCammon. A Titanosaur just sounds big, right? Well, back in 2006, two Australian farmers found gigantic dinosaur bones on their property. Now it's confirmed - those bones belong to the biggest dinosaur ever found down under. The long-necked plant eater was as long as a basketball court and 2 stories tall. I bet those scientists in "Jurassic Park" would have loved to get their hands on that guy's DNA. It's MORNING EDITION.

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