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Q: In the book The Biggest Dinosaurs by Michael Berenstain, it says that the seismosaurus, found in Mexico, might be larger than the ultrasaurus. Do you know if it is. A: Ultrasauros was the biggest we know, but we only know it from a few bones. It appears to be a brachiosaur, which was giraffe-like and heavily built.
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The smallest book in the world is called Teeny Ted from Turnip Town. It is so small that it fits on the width of a human hair. You need an electron microscope to read it.
The largest book in the world is the Klencke Atlas which is in the British Museum. It is 5 feet 10 inches (1,8 metres) high and 3 feet by 5 inches (1,05 metres) wide.
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