Titanosaurus Rex

Diego Pol
Diego Pol uncovers a bone of the titanosaurus.

Diego Pol ’04GSAS has found the world’s biggest dinosaur. Pol and his team of paleontologists spent four years in southern Argentina unearthing the bones of the titanosaurus, which was 122 feet long and likely weighed over seventy tons (that’s about the heft of ten African elephants). A model of the beast now stretches over two rooms at New York’s American Museum of Natural History.