Titanosaurus (meaning 'titanic lizard' - named after the mythological 'Titans', deities of Ancient Greece) is a dubious genus of sauropod dinosaurs, first described by Lydekker in 1877. It is known from the Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous) Lameta Formation of India.
Titanosaurus is estimated to have grown up to 9–12 metres (30–40 ft) long and up to approximately 13 tons in weight. Wilson and Upchurch (2003) treated Titanosaurus as a nomen dubium ("dubious name") because they noted that the original Titanosaurus specimens cannot be distinguished from those of related animals.
In The Land Before Time
A Titanosaurus briefly appears in The Land Before Time Animated Moviebook's Swamp Bubble Spelling Bee minigame during a presentation of the word "Drink".
An orange Titanosaurus briefly appears in the ending credits of The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure, where it is seen in a wide shot of the Great Valley.