Brachiosaurus was a Macronarian sauropod that lived a long lifespan all the way from the Late Jurassic through Early Cretacious, in Africa, North America, and Europe.
Brachiosaurus measured roughly 75 feet long, but it's true size dwelled in it's 45 foot height, making it a towering creature. It likely lived in small groups, not complete herds, that went across it's habitat consuming massive amounts of vegetation.
Brachiosaurus is also notable for it's towering, girraffe-like neck, which gave it it's massive height.
- Name Means: Arm Reptile
- Average Length: 66 feet (20 meters)
- Maximum Length: 75 feet, (22.4 meters)
- Average Height: 40 feet (12 meters)
- Maximum Height: 46 feet, (14 meters)
- Average Weight: 50 tons
- Maximum Weight: 75 tons,
- When: 150-135 million years ago, possibly 112 million years ago
- Where: North America, Eastern Africa, Europe
- Diet: Tall plants