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Amargasaurus is the genus name of a whip tailed dinosaur (family Dicraeosauridae) that lived 130-122 million years ago (the Early Cretaceous) in South America.  The genus is known from relatively complete specimen of one species, Amargasaurus cazaui, found in 1991 as a by paleontologists Leonardo Salgado and and José Bonaparte, at La Amarga Arroyo in Neuquén province, Argentina.

(Salgado and Bonaparte 1991).

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