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One of our newest features in the Dinosaur Halls is the awesome Titanosaur skleleton. This fun 2 x 2 inch embroidered patch easily sticks onto your apparel, bag, suitcase, backpack and any number of other objects. It's a fun remembrance of your visit to the Museum or something to wear in anticipation of a future visit.
In 2012, a rancher in Patagonia, Argentina reported finding fossils on his land. This is a common find in Argentina. But after 18 months of excavation, it led to a very uncommon discovery: a new species of titanosaur, Patagotitan mayorum. And it is one of the largest dinosaurs ever found! This massive plant-eater lived about 100 million years ago. Today, a cast of this 122-foot-long titanosaur welcomes visitors to the fossil halls at the American Museum of Natural History.