The Supersaurus makes this list for one all-important reason: it’s huge. One of the biggest dinosaurs to ever walk the earth, the Supersaurus could reach 138 feet long and 55 feet tall. A member of the sauropod family, Supersaurus’ features include a ridiculously long neck and a whip-like tail. Its neck alone is longer than a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
It eats mosses and ferns, which is pretty low maintenance. And its enormous size means that other dinosaurs would rarely ever attack Supersaurus.
Riding on a Supersaurus’ back, you’d be 5 stories tall. If that doesn’t sway you, just imagine how cool you’d be if you owned an animal called “Supersaurus.”