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Researchers in Mendoza have announced the discovery of fossils of a new dinosaur species thought to be among the largest known to science.
A team of Argentine and American researchers led by paleontologist Bernardo Gonzalez Riga, from the National University of Cuyo, published a report this week of their discovery of a new species of giant sauropod.
The new species, discovered in Malargüe, has been named Notocolossus gonzalezparejasi – the genus meaning “Colossus of the South”. The species will take the name of Jorge Gonzalez Parejas, a lawyer from Mendoza who is known for his significant contributions to paleontological heritage protection.