Dinosaur Size Comparison



2016 UPDATE with COLOUR : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gFZOD3Y1Gg

A single shot comparison of many popular dinosaurs from Microraptor to Amphicoelias. Includes a full view shot towards the end. Do watch in at least 720p HD for best quality.

Skip to 5:03 for a full overview comparison

Features:

Epidexipteryx: 0.3m (0.9ft) China [Smallest dino]
Graciliceratops: 0.6m (2ft) Mongolia [Smallest ceratopsian]
Microraptor: 0.7m (2.3ft) China [Smallest non avian dinosaur]
Comsognathus: 0.8m (2.6ft) Europe
Lesothosaurus: 1.0m (3.3ft) South Africa
Eoraptor: 1.0m (3.3ft) Argentina
Scutellosaurus: 1.2m (3.9ft) North America [Smallest thyreophorans]
Velociraptor: 2.0m (6.6ft) Mongolia
Stegoceras: 2.0m (6.6ft) North America [Smallest pachycelophosaur]
Protoceratops: 2.0m (6.6ft) Mongolia
Leaellynalsaurus: 2.5m (8.2ft) Australia
Deinonychus: 3.0m (9.8ft) USA
Anchisaurus: 3.0m (9.8ft) South America/Africa [Smallest sauropod]
Pachycelophosaurus: 4.0m (23ft) Asia [Largest pachycelophosaur]
Kentrosaurus: 4.5m (15ft) Tanzania
Utahraptor: 5.0m (16ft) USA [Largest raptor]
Dilophosaurus: 5.5m (18ft) USA
Ceratosaurus: 6.0m (20ft) North America
Styracosaurus: 6.0m (20ft) North America
Saichana: 6.5m (21ft) Mongolia
Gallimimus: 6.5m (21ft) Mongolia
Ouranosaurus: 7.0m (23ft) Africa
Carnotaurus: 8.0m (26ft) South America
Pentaceratops: 8.0m (26ft) North America
Iguanodon: 9.0m (26ft) Europe/Asia
Ankylosaurus: 9.0m (30ft) North America
Triceratops: 9.0m (30ft) North America
Stegosaurus: 9.0m (30ft) North America[Largest thyreophorans]
Parasaurolophus: 10m (33ft) North America
Torosaurus: 10m (33ft) USA [Largest ceratopsian]
Baryonyx: 10m (33ft) Europe
Allosaurus: 10m (33ft) USA
Therizinosaurus: 10m (33ft) Mongolia
Saurophaganax: 11m (36ft) North America [Largest Jurassic Predator]
Saltasaurus: 12m (39ft) South America
Tyrannosaurus: 12.3m (40ft) USA
Carcharadontosaurus: 13m (43ft) Africa
Giganotosaurus: 14m (46ft) Argentina
Shantungosaurus: 15m (49ft) China
Spinosaurus: 17m (56ft) Egypt [Largest carnivorous dinosaur/theropod]
Amargasaurus: 18m (59ft) South America
Huaxiaosaurus: 18.7m (61ft) China [Largest hadrosaurus)
Apatosaurus: 21m (69ft) USA
Brachiosaurus: 25m (82ft) North America
Sauroposeidon: 28m (92ft) USA
Diplodocus: 30m (98ft) USA
Supersaurus: 33m (108ft) USA
Seismosaurus: 35m (115ft) USA
Argentinosaurus: 40m (131ft) Argentina [Largest complete skeleton dinosaur found]
Amphicoelias: 60m (190ft) North America[Largest Dinosaur ever lived]

If everything else is shitty, at least watch from 4:50 .

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