Diplodocus

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Diplodocus

Diplodocus ©  Jenny Halstead / The Natural History Museum, London

Current research suggests that Diplodocus was a huge and social herbivorous creature...according to your answers so are you!

The Diplodocus had a hollow backbone, which was light but very strong.

It used its peg-like front teeth to strip leaves and foliage from trees. But it didn't have any back teeth for chewing. Instead, Diplodocus used to swallow stones, and these sat in its stomach mashing up its food. Now that's what we call a strong stomach!