Watch: Fossilized tracks reveal how gigantic dinosaurs walked without tipping over

Jens Lallensack & Peter Falkingham


We might liken sauropods to large mammals like hippos, elephants, or giraffes.

After all, they were the largest herbivores of their time.

But there’s a lot we don’t know about how sauropods walked.

Some researchers have hypothesized that they moved like elephants or giraffes, lumbering slowly to support their long necks and hefty bodies.