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The most widely known sauropods--the huge "brontosaurs"--varied in length from about 20 feet in the primitive ancestral sauropods Riojasaurus of South America and Vulcanodon of Africa up to 100 feet in Jurassic North American forms like Apatosaurus (formerly known as Brontosaurus), Diplodocus, and Seismosaurus.

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