For their incredible length, Diplodocid dinosaurs were very lightweight, partially because of their narrow build. Dinosaurs from the genus Diplodocus weighed about 10 to 20 tons, even though they measured about 90 feet long. Another member of the Diplodocid family, Apatosaurus, was much more heavily built, measuring 85 feet long, but weighing 24 to 32 tons.
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That is the correct spelling of "diplodocus" (a large sauropod of the genus Diplodocus).
it has a long neck
Diplodocus does not belong. It was a sauropod and an herbivore. The other three were theropods and were carnivores.
A diplodocus is actually a platypus that lives in the ocean.
diplodocus is longer but brachiosauras is taller
Most paleontologists think that Diplodocus was a gentle herbivore.
The Diplodocus was a dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic period. It was an herbivore it ate plants it was a large dinosaur it was much like the brontosaurus But it was more lizard like really tall
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Diplodocus was a huge dinosaur. Huge animals like them do not use shelter.
Diplodocus at Large - 1953 was released on: USA: 1953
Amphicoelias was probably very similar to Diplodocus or Apatosaurus, just much larger.
The diplodocus lived 150 million years ago in the late Jurassic period.