Introducing the biggest dinosaur ever discovered! Máximo will be joining the Field Museum’s ranks this spring.
Part of a group of dinosaurs called titanosaurs, the Museum’s Patagotitan was cast from fossil bones of seven specimens excavated in Argentina. The giant, long necked herbivore stretches 122 feet from snout to tail—longer than two accordion CTA buses placed end-to-end. It’s so tall that visitors on the Museum’s second-floor balcony will be able to see eye-to eye with the creature.
Size: 3.5" W x 2.5" H