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Brachiosaurus 3D Model

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Artist:Mcflyhigh1
Published:Feb 24, 2018
Download Size:60.6 MB
Game Ready: Yes
Polygons:6,382
Vertices:8,278
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Textures: Yes
Materials: Yes
UV Mapped: Yes
PBR: Yes
Rigged: Yes
Animated: Yes

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2007 i started as 3D Artist with,the first Steps on Ships (Titanic etc) now i work on SciFi Stuff (Star Wars, Star Trek, Babylon 5, Stargate,Seaquest D.S.V. etc) and on Jurassic Park Stuff
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Brachiosaurus 3D Model

Brachiosaurus is a member of the sauropod family and one of the most well known of all dinosaurs. It gets its name from the great height of its humerus, or upper arm bone - which is longer than most humans are tall. For almost a century, Brachiosaurus was considered the tallest of all dinosaurs, being over nine metres tall. Since then, other dinosaurs have been discovered to have been taller.

Originally discovered in 1900 in Colorado, Brachiosaurus was named in 1903 by Elmer Riggs of the Field Museum in Chicago. Brachiosaurus was once thought to have lived in both the United States and Africa (Tanzania) in the Jurassic. Scientists believed that Africa and North America were connected during the Jurassic. However, the African species of Brachiosaurus is now thought to be a different genus called Giraffatitan.

New studies by computer specialists suggest that Brachiosaurus may not have carried its neck angle up as high as was thought once. It may have carried the neck more at a 45 - 60 degree angle.
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