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Reason: Maraapunisaurus is depicted as a 60 m long diplodocid, Magnapaulia and Spinosaurus are oversized and the latter is incorrectly shaped.
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  • Scale diagram of the largest known dinosaurs (length and mass) of four suborders: Sauropodomorpha (Maraapunisaurus fragillimus), Cerapoda (Magnapaulia laticaudus), Theropoda (Spinosaurus aegyptiacus), and Thyreophora (Stegosaurus stenops). Compared in size with a human. Each grid section represents 1 square meter. *Adapted from illustrations and scale diagrams by ArthurWeasley, Steveoc 86, Dropzink, and Piotr Jaworski
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  • File:Largestdinosaursbysuborder_scale.png licensed with Cc-by-sa-3.0,2.5,2.0,1.0, GFDL
    • 2009-10-10T16:55:28Z Niczar 2788x584 (135090 Bytes) Reverted to version as of 01:07, 11 November 2007 -- png ext was kept, f'd up some thing
    • 2009-10-10T16:51:25Z Niczar 967x190 (138165 Bytes) traced to svg; grid is on a separate layer; changed the aspect ratio a bit so that the grid would be square, as should be
    • 2007-11-11T01:07:16Z Dinoguy2 2788x584 (135090 Bytes) {{Information |Description= *Scale diagram of the largest known dinosaurs (length and mass) of four suborders: Sauropodomorpha (''Amphicoelias fragillimus''), Cerapoda (''Lambeosaurus laticaudus''), Theropoda (''Spinosaurus a
    • 2007-11-10T03:17:02Z Dinoguy2 2605x590 (172448 Bytes) {{Information |Description= *Scale diagram of the largest known dinosaurs (length and mass) of four suborders: Sauropodomorpha (''Amphicoelias fragillimus''), Cerapoda (''Lambeosaurus laticaudus''), Theropoda (''Spinosaurus a

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