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Scientific Name: Rhoetosaurus brownei (Browne’s Rhoetos Lizard)

Age: Jurassic Period (167-165 million years ago)

Size: 14-16 m long

Location: Roma, Southern Queensland

Rhoetosaurus was a large sauropod, a plant-eating dinosaur with a long neck and tail. It was named after Rhoetos, a titan in Greek mythology and station manager, A.J. Browne, where the skeleton was found. It is the oldest sauropod skeleton found in Australia. The leg of Rhoetosaurus is on display in the Lost Creatures exhibit at Queensland Museum, South Bank.