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The Lourinhã Formation is a geological formation in West Portugal. The formation is Late Jurassic in age (Kimmeridgian/Tithonian) and is notable for containing a fauna similar to that of the Morrison Formation in the United States and the Tendaguru beds in Tanzania.

CollectA Popular Brachiosaur

Lusotitan is a genus of brachiosaurid was 82 feet long. It had long forearms and was built for high browsing.

COllectA Popular Diplodocus

Dinheirosaurus lourinhanensis( "Porto Dinheiro lizard") is characterized by its Diplodocus-like vertebrae. Its was found in the upper section Kimmeridgian.

UKRD Brontosaurus Camarasaurus

Lourinhasaurus alenquerensis is a herbivorous dinosaur measuring an estimated 17 meters (56 feet) in length that resembled Camarasaurus, albeit with proportionately longer forelimbs.