A man in Portugal found Europe's largest dinosaur remain.

In the past month, Spanish and Portuguese palaeontologists have discovered vertebrae and ribs of a brachiosaurid sauropod. 

Brachiosaurid Sauropods are said to be the biggest of all dinosaurs and the largest land animals ever to have lived.

In 2017, excavation work began in the garden in the city of Pombal. When the owner of the property noticed fragments of fossilised bone.

The remains are said to be those of the largest dinosaur ever found in Europe.

Sauropods, including the brontosaurus and diplodocus, had long necks, walked on four legs, and ate plants. 

There is evidence that the dinosaur was 12 metres high and 25 metres long based on the size of its bones found in the garden. 

It was discovered in Upper Jurassic sedimentary rocks, which suggests it is about 150 million years old.