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Lusotitan is a genus of brachiosaurid sauropod dinosaurs that lived during the Late Jurassic period in what is now Europe.

Physical Characteristics[]

It has been estimated that Lusotitan was 25 meters (82 feet) long. It had long forearms, one of the reasons Mateus assigned it to the Brachiosauridae. What bones are known indicate that Lusotitan was a brachiosaurid sauropod,‭ ‬and even though the skull is not known it is a reasonable proposition that it was similar to the skulls of other members of this group. Recent studies then showed it was possibly a basal macronarian and not a brachiosaurid.

In Dinosaur Revolution[]

The Watering Hole[]

A herd of migrating Lusotitan arrived at the watering hole during the most severe part of the drought and drank the remaining drinking water left. Once they had drank the watering hole dry, they continued on with their migration, with other dinosaurs like Dinheirosaurus and Miragaia following after them. ‬


  • Lusotitan is not the only dinosaur once thought to be restricted to North America to be later discovered in Portugal.‭ ‬Remains of Stegosaurus have also been found in Portugal which further reinforces the idea that there was a land bridge connection between Western Europe and North America back towards the end of the Jurassic period.
  • Lusotitan's remains have no known skull, and a skull is yet to be found.
  • Lusotitan was thought to originally be a species of Brachiosaurus