A new fossil find in Argentina could take the title of the largest beast that has ever walked the face of the Earth: a TITANOSAUR.

Found in Argentine territory, recently the remains of a dinosaur of dimensions never seen before were unearthed. Not even the Patagotitan, which had held the title for years, can compete with the dimensions of the new specimen.

Unlike its congeners, this new species of titanosaur reached about 33.5 meters, with an average weight of 173 tons. It received its name in honor of the powerful deities of Greek mythology, who wanted to storm Olympus in ancient times.

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