A team from the University of Manchester in England has rebuilt the most extensive dinosaur walking system on Earth. 94 million years ago, a 38-meter-long saurian’s sample was laser-scanned and extensively processed by a computer to give an idea of its movement. Scientists have long argued over how such a large animal could move! Is it possible to proceed with this weight? Their weight is exactly what we thought it was?
This study proved that they could move around with this massive weight (80 tons = 80,000 kg) relatively quickly. He also ran in the Patagonian plains, at a speed of 8 kilometers per hour.