Temporal range: Upper Triassic – Upper Cretaceous
|Statue of Diplodocus carnegiei outside the Carnegie Museum|
von Huene, 1932
Sauropodomorpha is the suborder of dinosaurs with massive, quadrupedal herbivores with extremely long necks and tails.
Sauropodomorpha are divided into prosauropods and sauropods. Among the sauropods were the largest land animals ever known: Seismosaurus, Diplodocus, Apatosaurus (popularly known as Brontosaurus), and others.
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