Ampelosaurus

About Ampelosaurus

Ampelosaurus was discovered and named in 1869 by Philippe Matherson in Europe. Living during the Late Cretaceous Period, this dinosaur was one of the last sauropods to have roamed the Earth. Like other sauropods of the age, Ampelosaurus breathed through nostrils on the top of its head. It is believed that this dinosaur had horn-like lumps on its back.
What is this dinosaur’s name?
Ampelosaurus
How do I pronounce Ampelosaurus?
Am-pell-owe-sore-uss
What does the name Ampelosaurus mean?
Vinyard Reptile
How long was Ampelosaurus?
40.00 feet 12.00 meters
How heavy was Ampelosaurus?
20000.00 pounds 10000.00 kilograms
What dinosaur class was Ampelosaurus assigned to?
Sauropoda
What did Ampelosaurus eat?
Plants
How many years ago did Ampelosaurus live?
72,000,000 Years Ago
In what period did Ampelosaurus live?
Late Cretaceous
Where did Ampelosaurus live?
Europe, France, Spain
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Ampelosaurus's Time

155,000,000
Years Ago

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Ampelosaurus's size

0 kg
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