The holotype specimen of Diamantinasaurus matildae, nicknamed Matilda, was described and named in 2009 by palaeontologists at Queensland Museum based on fossils found near Winton, Queensland. The holotype specimen of Diamantinasaurus was found intermingled with the bones of Australia’s most complete carnivorous dinosaur, Australovenator.
Fossils from other Diamantinasaurus specimens include skull bones, teeth, skin and probable gut contents, along with numerous limb bones and vertebrae. These specimens, together, represent a virtually complete Diamantinasaurus skeleton, making it the most complete sauropod in Australia.
Measures 5.08cm and can be attached using two butterfly clasps.
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