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