[N] 2004 Tazoudasaurus naimi
Tazoudasaurus naimi an almost 9 meter herbivorous sauropod from the middle Jurassic age was discovered recently in Tazouda, 42 miles from Ouarzazate in southeastern Morocco, by a team of scientists from the north African kingdom, France, Switzerland and the United States. Tazoudasaurs is the oldest sauropod known by a skull. The bones found in Tazouda include a jawbone with 17 teeth which are one of the oldest known of a sauropod. The oldest discovered sauropod bones belong to Antetonitrus ingenipes from the Late Triassic, Lower Elliot Formation of South Africa.