'Legendary T. rex and other meat-eaters "look like dwarfs when you put them against one of these giant titanosaurs," Pol said. "It's like when you put an elephant by a lion."'
https://m.phys.org/news/2017-08-patagot ... osaur.html
It's a large plant eater, like a brachiosaurus, and it's named Patagotitan mayorum, after the region where it was found, Greek Titans of myth, and the family who hosted the paleontologists who discovered it.
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