Have you heard about the new giant dinosaur at the American Museum of Natural History? Fossils from a new species of titanosaur (so new that it hasn’t been named) are on display, along with a 122-foot-long replica, called a cast, showing what the entire skeleton would look like. For reference, 122 feet is about the length of three city buses laid end-to-end. You can learn about it here.

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