Did You Know? 11 Incredible Choconsaurus Facts


The Choconsaurus is a giant sauropod dinosaur. This Titanosaur Sauropod lived during the late Cretaceous period. Read on to know more!

Choconsaurus Interesting Facts

How do you pronounce 'Choconsaurus'?

It is pronounced as 'chalk-on-saw-rus'.

What type of dinosaur was a Choconsaurus?

The Choconsaurus is a sauropod dinosaur.

In which geological period did the Choconsaurus roam the Earth?

They lived during the end of the Cretaceous age.

When did the Choconsaurus become extinct?

This Sauropod dinosaur became extinct about 66 million years ago.

Where did Choconsaurus live?

This genus of dinosaurs lived in South America. They were residents of the Huincul Formation of Buenos Aires in Argentina.

What was the Choconsaurus' habitat?

They may have been terrestrial.

Who did the Choconsaurus live with?

The social behavior of this Titanosaur is not known.

How long did a Choconsaurus live?

There are no estimations on how long this Titanosaur lived.

How did they reproduce?

This animal reproduced by laying eggs.

Choconsaurus Fun Facts

What did the Choconsaurus look like?

A study of the dorsal vertebrae shows that they had a hollow skeleton when it came to vertebrae. The dorsal edge of the end of the cervical centra had a small notch.

The specimen included a skeleton.

How many bones did a Choconsaurus have?

We do not actually know the total number of bones of this genus.

How did they communicate?

This species communicated through sounds and gestures.

How big was the Choconsaurus?

The size of a Choconsaurus remains unknown.

How fast could a Choconsaurus move?

This species ran at 23-55 mph (37-88 kph).

How much did a Choconsaurus weigh?

The weight of a Choconsaurus is not known.

What were the male and female names of the species?

The male and female of this genus are both called dinosaurs.

What would you call a baby Choconsaurus?

A baby dinosaur is called a hatchling.

How aggressive were they?

This Titanosaur Sauropod was not aggressive.

Did you know…

it is not known if it was greedy or territorial.

*We've been unable to source an image of Choconsaurus and have used an image of Yangchuanosaurus instead. If you are able to provide us with a royalty-free image of Choconsaurus, we would be happy to credit you. Please contact us at [email protected]

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