1. Scientists describe one of the oldest known sauropods from 179 million years ago  Daily Mail
  2. How massive long-necked dinosaurs rose to rule the Jurassic herbivores  Science News
  3. Why some dinosaurs had such long necks  CNN
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The newly-found species, Bagualia alba, was a long necked herbivorous dinosaur from Patagonia - the southernmost region of South America.The newly-found species, Bagualia alba, was a long necked herbivorous dinosaur from Patagonia - the southernmost region of South America.

Scientists describe one of the oldest known sauropods from 179 million years ago | Daily Mail Online

New dinosaur fossil dates to same time as a volcanic surge, suggesting ensuing changes in plant life allowed these long-necked giants to emerge.

A volcanic surge helped sauropods rule over Jurassic herbivores | Science News