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Scientific Classification
  Kingdom Animalia
  Phylum Chordata
  Class Sauropsida
  Superorder Dinosauria
  Order Saurischia
  Suborder Sauropodomorpha
  Infraorder Sauropoda
  Family Diplodocidae
  Genus Diplodocus
Diplodocus was a massive plant-eater (herbivore) that lived in the Jurassic period, 155 to 145 million years ago, in North America.

Diplodocus was usually around 85 feet (25.9 meters) long, although some specimens were as long as 100 feet (30.5 meters). Most of its length was taken up its 24 feet (7.3 meters) neck, and its 46 feet (14 meters) tail. Its body was only about 13 feet (4 meters) long, and its head was comparatively tiny, just 2 feet (60 centimeters) long.

Diplodocus probably only weighed around 11 tons, about one third as much as Apatosaurus, and only about one eighth as much as Brachiosaurus.

The first fossil skeleton of Diplodocus was found at Como Bluff, Wyoming by Benjamin Mudge and Samuel Wendell Williston in 1878. This specimen was named Diplodocus longus (meaning "long double-beam") by Othniel C. Marsh. Fossils of Diplodocus are common, and many other specimens have been found, except for the skull which is usually missing, even from otherwise complete skeletons.

Over the years, there has been much debate over Diplodocus' posture and lifestyle:
  • Othniel C. Marsh, originally suggested the creature was probably aquatic based on the position of the animal's nasal openings in the skull. However, this theory has subsequently been discarded based on the fact that the water pressure on the animal's chest wall would have made it impossible for Diplodocus to breathe.

  • An alternative explanation for the position of the nasal openings that has been proposed, is that Diplodocus may have had a trunk. However, research regarding the animal's facial nerve and positioning of Diplodocus' nostrils does not seem to support this theory.

  • When Diplodocus was first discovered, it was often depicted with its limbs splayed in a sprawling lizard-like posture. This theory was also rejected: in this case, W. J. Holland demonstrated, that because of the great size of the animal's rib cage, a sprawling posture would have meant that the animal could only walk with the help of large trenches to pull its belly through!

  • Although many depictions of Diplodocus show the animal with its head up high, some scientists now argue that such a posture would not have been possible, simply because the heart would not have been able to sustain the blood pressure necessary to get enough oxygen to the brain. Additionally, in further support of this position, it has been argued that the structure of Diplodocus' neck vertebrae would not have permitted the animal to bend its neck far upwards.

  • Evidence has recently been found, suggesting that Diplodocus and its relatives may have had spines made of keratin on its back, perhaps similar to the spines found on modern Iguanas. Diplodocus is depicted with this feature in Walking with Dinosaurs.

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Diplodocus was a herbivore (plant-eater) that lived from 155 to 145 million years ago

Diplodocus was a herbivore (plant-eater) that lived from 155 to 145 million years ago

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Diplodocus Facts

 
Here is a summary of some of the key facts about Diplodocus:
  1. Diplodocus was a genus of dinosaur.

  2. "Diplodocus" means "double beam" (referring to double-beamed bones in the underside of its tail). The name was chosen by Othniel C. Marsh in 1878.

  3. Diplodocus was a member of the Saurischia ("lizard-hipped") order of dinosaurs. What this means, is that although Diplodocus was not closely related to lizards, it did have similarly shaped pelvic bones.

  4. Diplodocus was a Sauropod - a member of a group of related large quadrupedal herbivorous (plant-eating) dinosaur with long necks.

  5. Diplodocus lived between about 155 million years ago and 145 million years ago, during the Jurassic period.

  6. Diplodocus lived in North America.

  7. Diplodocus was a herbivore (plant-eater).

  8. Diplodocus is thought to have been a grazer, and probably could not have raised its head very far above the ground level.

  9. Diplodocus was usually about 85 feet (25.9 meters) long, although sometimes it grew as long as 100 feet (30.5 meters).

  10. Diplodocus weighed about 11 tons.


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Diplodocus (Little Paleontologist)
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Capstone Press
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Boom! Crack! The mighty Diplodocus thundered through the Jurassic Period. With its massive size and built in whip for a tail, predators stayed clear. Fun facts, charts, sidebars, and engaging images help readers learn all about one of the longest dinosaurs to ever walk the earth!
What If a Dinosaur: There's a Diplodocus at the Door!
By Aleksei Bitskoff

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What If a Dinosaur: There s a Diplodocus at the Door!
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Diplodocus (Dinosaurs)
By Grace Hansen

Abdo Kids Jumbo
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Diplodocus (Dinosaurs)
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This title will help readers discover Diplodocus dinosaurs that lived in the late Jurassic period around 150 million years ago. Each title is complete with cool realistic illustrations, photographs of fossils, and a map of where Diplodocus fossils have been found. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO.
American Dinosaur Abroad: A Cultural History of Carnegie's Plaster Diplodocus
By Ilja Nieuwland

University of Pittsburgh Press
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Hardcover (360 pages)

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In early July 1899, an excavation team of paleontologists sponsored by Andrew Carnegie discovered the fossil remains in Wyoming of what was then the longest and largest dinosaur on record. Named after its benefactor, the Diplodocus carnegii—or Dippy, as it’s known today—was shipped to Pittsburgh and later mounted and unveiled at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in 1907. Carnegie’s pursuit of dinosaurs in the American West and the ensuing dinomania of the late nineteenth century coincided with his broader political ambitions to establish a lasting world peace and avoid further international conflict. An ardent philanthropist and patriot, Carnegie gifted his first plaster cast of Dippy to the British Museum at the behest of King Edward VII in 1902, an impulsive diplomatic gesture that would result in the donation of at least seven reproductions to museums across Europe and Latin America over the next decade, in England, Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Russia, Argentina, and Spain. In this largely untold history, Ilja Nieuwland explores the influence of Andrew Carnegie’s prized skeleton on European culture through the dissemination, reception, and agency of his plaster casts, revealing much about the social, political, cultural, and scientific context of the early twentieth century.
 
Diplodocus: The Whip-Tailed Dinosaur (Graphic Dinosaurs)
By Rob Shone

Powerkids Pr
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Diplodocus: The Whip-Tailed Dinosaur (Graphic Dinosaurs)
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Describes, in comic book format, the physical characteristics and behavior of diplodocus dinosaurs.
Diplodocus (Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals)
By Janet Riehecky

Capstone Press
Library Binding (24 pages)

Diplodocus (Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals)
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Text and illustrations present the life of the dinosaur known as the diplodocus. Includes information on how this prehistoric animal looked, along with its behavior.
So You Think You Know About Diplodocus? (So You Think You Know About... Dinosaurs?)
By Ben Garrod

Zephyr
Released: 2018-03-08
Hardcover (112 pages)

So You Think You Know About Diplodocus? (So You Think You Know About... Dinosaurs?)
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Biologist and TV scientist Dr Ben Garrod's fun, funny, informative and collectable series of books about dinosaurs is the most up-to-date on the market.

This pocket-size series launches with Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Diplodocus, introduced by Steve Backshall, and is also available in audio download. The series continues with Velociraptor, Stegosaurus and Spinosaurus, introduced by Dr Jane Goodall. These are the most up-to-date dino books in 66 million years!

Did you know that not all dinosaurs were green and scaly, some were ginger and feathered, or that they didn't all roar, they cooed like pigeons, or that the ultimate prehistoric predator was actually not a dinosaur?

TV scientist, Ben Garrod, is proud to be a geek as he mixes hard science and humour to prove that science is for everyone. Looking at the evolutionary arms race, prey, predators, place, time, groups and species, Ben reveals new-look dinosaurs. Additional sections include: Ask an Expert, New Science and Fossil Finder as well as quizzes to test your dinosaur knowledge.

Praise for Ben Garrod:

'A celebration of everything that science is really about' NatSCA.

'A perfect primer for kids to learn more about the amazing "terrible lizards"' BBC Wildlife Magazine.

'Shines a fresh, contemporary light on this ever-popular topic' The Bookseller.

'Collectable and eye-catching, with plenty of diagrams and illustrations' Books for Keeps.

Diplodocus (21st Century Junior Library: Dinosaurs)
By Josh Gregory

Cherry Lake Publishing
Released: 2013-12-10
Kindle Edition (24 pages)

Diplodocus (21st Century Junior Library: Dinosaurs)
 
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This book details the life of the dinosaur known as Diplodocus. Readers will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning when Diplodocus lived and what it likely looked like. They will also find out how it lived, from what it ate to how it dealt with enemies. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Diplodocus (All About Dinosaurs)
By Daniel Nunn

Heinemann
Paperback (24 pages)

Diplodocus (All About Dinosaurs)
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This book takes a very simple look at the Diplodocus dinosaur, examining what it looked like, what it ate, how it behaved, and its special skills and features such as its very long neck and tail. The book also discusses how we know about Diplodocus today, showing where fossils are found and how scientists put them together.
Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Vol. XII, No. 1, February 15, 1910; On the Manner of Locomotion of the Dinosaurs, Especially Diplodocus, with Remarks on the Origin of the Birds
By Oliver P. Hay

Leopold Classic Library
Released: 2017-07-05
Paperback (44 pages)

Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Vol. XII, No. 1, February 15, 1910; On the Manner of Locomotion of the Dinosaurs, Especially Diplodocus, with Remarks on the Origin of the Birds
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Leopold is delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir of literature, and our view is that this is a significant literary work, which deserves to be brought back into print after many decades. The contents of the vast majority of titles in the Classic Library have been scanned from the original works. To ensure a high quality product, each title has been meticulously hand curated by our staff. This means that we have checked every single page in every title, making it highly unlikely that any material imperfections – such as poor picture quality, blurred or missing text - remain. When our staff observed such imperfections in the original work, these have either been repaired, or the title has been excluded from the Leopold Classic Library catalogue. As part of our on-going commitment to delivering value to the reader, within the book we have also provided you with a link to a website, where you may download a digital version of this work for free. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience. If you would like to learn more about the Leopold Classic Library collection please visit our website at www.leopoldclassiclibrary.com


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CollectA Diplodocus Dinosaur Toy Dinosaur Figure - Authentic Hand Painted & Paleontologist Approved Model
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  • FUN FACTS: Diplodocus means: "Double beam", and this comes from a the feature of the backbone. They were also the longest dinosaur at 88 feet long.
  • AUTHENTICITY: Each prehistoric sculpture has been approved by Anthony Beeson, a well respected expert in palaeoimagery who is also an art librarian, archaeologist and collector, based in the city of Bristol, England.
  • PRODUCT SPECS: Diplodocus measures 7.87 in L x 2.76 in W and is suitable for children ages 3 and up.
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CollectA replica of the diplodocus is lifelike and detailed, down to the texture of its skin, and the wrinkles on its belly. Its whip-like tail and long neck have made the diplodocus one of the most familiar dinosaurs. The creature lived approximately 155 - 148 million years ago, and may have been 177 feet long, and probably weighed 125 short tons. The diplodocus lived in the area now made up of Colorado, Utah, Montana and Wyoming. This beautifully sculpted, collectible figure from our prehistoric life collection Measurse7.5'' X 9.4''H. The carefully sculpted figure has been approved by archeologist Anthony beeson, a well-respected expert in paleoimagery. All CollectA models are individually hand crafted to the highest standards and made with the finest and safest materials, guaranteed to be phthalate-free and lead-free. Create a natural world in miniature with high quality toy replicas from CollectA. Our mission is to educate collectors and to provide the greatest opportunity for creative play.
Safari Ltd. Diplodocus - Realistic Hand Painted Toy Figurine Model - Quality Construction from Phthalate, Lead and BPA Free Materials - for Ages 3 and Up
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Wild Republic Diplodocus Plush, Dinosaur Stuffed Animal, Gifts for Kids, Dinosauria 17"
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  • Wild Republic specializes in educational toys for kids and lifelike stuffed animals.
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Did you know that a full-grown diplodocus could be up to 88 feet long? Luckily with this realistic stuffed animal from Wild Republic, You will not have to worry about that kind of size. These plush toys are 17 inches long, making it the perfect kids toy to take on the go. They also fit perfectly as a gift for kids, teens, or even as a Christmas gift under the tree. Everybody in the family will have a smile on their face when they see this animal plush in the house. These stuffed animals are also surface washable so you can rest easy knowing your plushier will not get ruined. Put a smile on your families face and get your very own lifelike stuffed animal today! Wild Republic has been developing plush animals and educational toys for kids of all ages since 1979, With a specialization in realistic stuffed animals.
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deAO Dinosaur Toys Hand Painted Realistic Looking Prehistoric Figures (T-Rex and Diplodocus)
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  • Set of 2 dinosaur figures with very realistic and durable design.
  • Pack include Tyrannosaurus-rex (T. Rex) and Diplodocus.
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This pack is a great collection of the Dino family. An always loved gift to your little ones. 1x Tyrannosaurus Rex
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Tyrannosaurus-rex: ("tyrant lizard" and "king") was a large Theropod dinosaur. The animal was a carnivore (meat-eater), and lived in North America and Asia during late Cretaceous period, about 67 to 65 million years ago. It was one of the last dinosaurs, and probably went extinct during the the Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinction. An average Tyrannosaurus was about about 39 feet (11.9 meters) long, up to 20 feet (6.1 meters) tall, and weighed around 7 tons.
Diplodocus: ("double" and "beam") was a massive plant-eater (herbivore) that lived in the Jurassic period, 155 to 145 million years ago, in North America. It was usually around 85 feet (25.9 meters) long, although some specimens were as long as 100 feet (30.5 meters). Most of its length was taken up its 24 feet (7.3 meters) neck, and its 46 feet (14 meters) tail. Its body was only about 13 feet (4 meters) long, and its head was comparatively tiny, just 2 feet (60 centimeters) long. Probably it only weighed around 11 tons. The Diplodocus measures approximately 34cm from nose to tail and is approximately 19cm tall.The T-Rex is approximately 26cm from nose to tail and 13cm tall and has a moveable jaw. A life like rendition of dinosaurs for any child who is enthusiastic about all things DINOSAUR! More Dinosaur Figures Available at deAO.
Wild Republic Diplodocus Plush, Stuffed Animal, Plush Toy, Gifts For Kids, Wild Watchers 7 Inches
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  • FUN FACT: The Brachiosaurus ate between 440 and 880 pounds of plants every day. It had a relatively small tail compared to other Sauropods, with longer front legs than back which gave it a height advantage when foraging for food.
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CollectA's detailed replica of the long-necked Brachiosaurus is lifelike down to the individual bumps on its skin. The Brachiosaurus's height allowed it to browse and eat vegetation as high as 30 feet off the ground. The dinosaur may have been as long as 85 feet long. This beautifully sculpted, collectible figure from our Prehistoric Life Collection measures 8.5''L x 5.9''H. Each prehistoric figure in our collection has been approved by archeologist Anthony Beeson, a well-respected expert in paleoimagery. All CollectA models are individually hand crafted to the highest standards and made with the finest and safest phthalate-free, lead-free materials. Create a natural world in miniature with high quality toy replicas from CollectA. Our mission is to educate collectors and to provide the greatest opportunity for creative play.
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  • FUN FACT: The Chinese titanosaur Daxiatitan, like most giant sauropods, is known only from partial skeletal remains: a number of vertebrae, including several from the neck, a shoulder blade, and a femur. That is enough, however, for paleontologists to estimate its length at around 30 metres (98 feet).
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A huge tyrannosaur dinosaur with an enormously long neck. Its body may have been protected by a scatter bone armored plates. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Lower Cretaceous period. Each prehistoric figure in the Collect A collection has been approved by archeologist Anthony Beeson, a well-respected expert in paleo imagery. All Collect A models are individually hand crafted to the highest standards and made with the finest and safest phthalate-free, lead-free materials. Create a natural world in miniature with high quality toy replicas from Collect A. Our mission is to educate collectors and to provide the greatest opportunity for creative play.
Wild Republic Dinosaurs, Diplodocus Plush, Dinosaur Stuffed Animal, Plush Toy, Gifts for Kids, 29 inches
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Released: 2018-03-08
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Wild Republic Dinosaurs, Diplodocus Plush, Dinosaur Stuffed Animal, Plush Toy, Gifts for Kids, 29 inches
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  • Want to party like it's the Jurassic period? Then bring home this delightful Diplodocus stuffed animal
  • Dinosaur stuffed animals make perfect toys for kids of all ages or any dinosaur fanatic in your life
  • Get ready to witness tons of smiles and many laughs because of stuffed animals for kids ability to entertain and educate
Product Description:
Diplodocus was the longest dinosaurs to walk the face of the earth. Small head and elongated neck are some of the specific characteristics that separate it from the rest of the dyno kingdom. Standout in a good way amongst your friends and family by bringing home this distinguished Diplodocus stuffed animal. Soft, cuddly, surface washable and constructed of high-quality materials, nothing gets better than that. Teachers love having dinosaur themed plush toys on hand to use as an educational toy for kids. Diplodocus is no longer roaming North America; with some imagination, this big stuffed animal will come to life and just think of all the crazy adventures one will have. Wild Republic has been developing animal plush and toys for kids of all ages since 1979, With a unique specialization in realistic stuffed animals.
Wild Republic Glitter Dinosaurs, Diplodocus Plush Stuffed Animal Toy, Gifts for Kids, 21"
Wild Republic
Released: 2018-04-03
Glitter Toy

Wild Republic Glitter Dinosaurs, Diplodocus Plush Stuffed Animal Toy, Gifts for Kids, 21"
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  • This 21 inch dignified Diplodocus stuffed animal is the perfect addition to any family.
  • Toddlers, teen, and adults enjoy owning these marvelous looking plush toys either for play, kids bedroom décor, or educational use.
  • Enjoy experiencing the many sounds of laughter, play, and excitement with plush toys from wild Republic.
Product Description:
Diplodocus was the longest dinosaurs to walk the face of the earth. Small head and elongated neck are some of the specific characteristics that separate it from the rest of the Dino Kingdom. Soft, cuddly, surface washable and constructed of high quality materials, nothing gets better than that. Teachers love having dinosaur themed plush toys on hand to use as an educational toy for kids. Diplodocus is no longer roaming North America; with some imagination, this glitter stuffed animal will come to life like magic. Wild Republic has been developing animal plush and toys for kids of all ages since 1979, with a unique specialization in realistic stuffed animals.


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