The fossilized bones of the largest dinosaur in the world are believed to have been discovered in Argentina by a group of paleontologists.
According to the BBC, the dinosaur is estimated to have weighed about 77 tonnes, the equivalent of 14 African elephants, had a length of 40 meters and a height of 20 meters.
This means that it was much bigger than the Argentinosaur, who was considered -until now- the largest dinosaur, weighing 70 tons.
Researchers believe they have discovered a new kind of titanosaurus, a huge herbivorous dinosaur believed to have lived in the forests of Patagonia before 95-100 million years.
The nearly 150 fossils were first detected by a local farmer and then a team of paleontologists led by Jose Luis Carballido Diego Pol dug them up, surprised by the good condition which they portrayed.
A BBC crew recorded the excavation, when scientists realized how big the dinosaur really was.
Now, all that remains is for it to be given a name, which will be appropriate to its size.