The Teruel Dinópolis Paleontological Complex Foundation has presented in public the reconstructed skull of the Turiasaurus riodevensis, the largest dinosaur in Europe and one of the largest in the world, found in Riodeva, Teruel, in 2003.
The remains that made up the find are composed of more than 24 cranial bones and seven teeth, although it is assumed that it was approximately 60. Experts have commented that the skulls of these dinosaurs "are rarely preserved, because they are extremely fragile", but in the remains found in Riodeva they allowed to collect approximately one 70% of the total skull.
The "Turiasaurus riodevensis”Lived between the end of the Jurassic period and the beginning of the Cretaceous, between 150 and 140 million years ago and it measured 35 meters in length and weighed 40 tons.
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