Scientists have unearthed a 140-million-year-old thigh bone weighing 400 kg (880 pounds) at the vast Angeac-Charente palaeontological site near Bordeaux, France. Thanks to its remarkably good condition, the femur — which scientists say probably belonged to a gigantic sauropod — could help piece together an incomplete set of bones which the latest find resembles.
Source: Time of India