Long-necked dinosaurs grew to be giants in more ways than one

Fossils suggest some early sauropod relatives grew massive using a previously unknown method

giant long-necked sauropod

GETTING BIG  Some early relatives – such as Ingentia prima, illustrated – of giant long-necked sauropods may have had a unique way of growing to such a large size.

Jorge A. González 

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