“Titanosaurus – the last sauropod” – at Balasinor Jurassic Park, Gujarat, India
“Titanosaurus – the last sauropod” – in early cretaceous time (about 140 m.y.) Diplodocoids and Brachiosaurs were declining. However, this didn’t mean that sauropods as a whole were destined for early extinction; an offshoot of these huge, four-footed plant-eaters, known as titanosaurus, continued to prosper right up to the K/T Extinction 65 million years ago. some people call it a dubious genus of sauropods. The problem with this is their fossils tend to be scattered and incomplete. It is known from the Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous) Lameta Formation of India. the largest of them was Argentinosaurus which reached lengths up to 100 feet.