There is a new addition to the American Museum of Natural History’s famous fossil halls.
The New York museum has opened a display of the cast of a 122-foot-long giant herbivore that belongs to a group known as titanosaurs. Paleontologists believe this dinosaur weighed around 70 tons.
The cast is so long that it’s too long for it’s new home. The neck and head extend out of the gallery towards a bank of elevators.
The remains were excavated in Argentina.
The display opens Friday and is scheduled to remain open until 2020.