Where did long neck dinosaurs live?
One of the best-known sauropods (long-necked herbivorous dinosaurs), this genus of dinosaur lived during the late Jurassic Period, about 155.7 million to 150.8 million years ago, and primarily roamed western North America.
What is a long neck dinosaur called?
Such long necks and tiny heads! The huge plant-eating dinosaurs known as sauropods are well-known for their long necks and tails, and fossil specimens have been found on every continent. But more astounding is this: these strange giants rank among Earth’s great success stories, roaming the planet for 140 million years.
Why did the Diplodocus go extinct?
Diplodocus became extinct at the end of the Jurassic in a mysterious event, possibly due to a meteorite impact along with most of the Jurassic dinosaurs.