Largest Australian dinosaur
I was a type of sauropod dinosaur called a titanosaur, and part of a highly successful group that colonised all continents during the Cretaceous period and evolved into some of the all-time largest land-dwelling animals. Comparisons of my fossil bones with other Queensland dinosaurs, such as the Diamantinasaurus and the Savannasaurus, suggest we are closely related, possibly part of a group of titanosaurs that evolved in Australia. My bones are the largest of any dinosaur discovered so far in Australia.
Parts of my skeleton were found by Sandy Mackenzie at Plevna Downs, near Eromanga.
You can find me on display at the Eromanga Museum of Natural History.