Hamititan xinjiangensis

Hamititan xinjiangensis is a new species of saurobod belonging to the family known as Titanosaurs, which roamed in large numbers both in Asia and South America thousands of years ago. Its length was more than 55 feet, with characteristics similar to sauropods found in South America.
The genus name is derived from the Hami City Titan and the species name honours the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China, where the dinosaur was discovered. It is one of the first dinosaurs to be identified in Xinjiang region. It is found along with two other sauropod species, with one identified as Silutitan sinensis.


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