Swiss palaeontologists have uncovered a huge bone belonging to one of the biggest dinosaurs to have walked the Earth.
The 1.75-metre-long shoulder blade was found in the American state of Wyoming and is believed to be part of the 35-metre-long skeleton of a seismosaurus.
The seismosaurus was a 30-ton plant-eater, which lived during the Jurassic period around 150 million years ago. The "earth-shaking lizard" could grow up to 50 metres in length.
The team from the Dinosaur Museum in Aathal near said they couldn't believe their luck when they found the giant bone.
They hope to...