This week, French paleontologists unearthed a two-meter long dinosaur femur in southwestern France. From Reuters:
The… femur at the Angeac-Charente site is thought to have belonged to a sauropod, herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks and tails which were widespread in the late Jurassic era, over 140 million years ago.
"This is a major discovery," Ronan Allain, a paleontologist at the National History Museum of Paris told Reuters. "I was especially amazed by the state of preservation of that femur."
"These are animals that probably weighed 40 to 50 tonnes."