The first discovery of a brachiosaurid from the Asian continent
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- Lim, JD., Martin, L. & Baek, KS. Naturwissenschaften (2001) 88: 82. doi:10.1007/s001140000201
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Described here is a sauropod tooth from the Early Cretaceous of South Korea, similar to Brachiosaurus. The crown of the tooth is beveled off lingually so that when worn it presents a chisel-like edge. This find confirms the presence of a brachiosaurid in East Asia during the Early Cretaceous.