World's largest dinosaur skeleton in Japan
TOKYO (KGO) -- Crews in Tokyo have finished putting together a replica of what is believed to be the world's biggest dinosaur skeleton.
The replica was put on display for the first time Monday, as part of a dinosaur exhibit.
The original skeleton is about 115 feet long, and was discovered in northwestern China in 2001.
The Giant Mamenchisaurus was a plant eater and is believed to have lived during the Jurassic era.
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