The Titanosaur has officially become a New Yorker.
The world’s largest known dinosaur is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History.
At 122 feet long and 46 feet tall — about the height of a five-story building– this prehistoric animal takes about approximately 5,600 square feet — that’s a lot of New York real estate.
For a dinosaur that doesn’t even fully fit in the museum gallery, apartment searching would be even more difficult.
Here are a few apartments the multimillion-year-old dinosaur would be able to live in, if it was also a multimillionaire.