WHERE DID THEY LIVE?
The continents of the early Jurassic were in a Pangaea-like
arrangement allowing for the migration of species onto all of the present day
continents. By the Mid-Jurassic, Pangaea began to break apart. There is
widespread evidence(body fossils as well as trace fossils)
found on all continents, except Antarctica, which indicates that sauropods were
not bound to one certain geographic area.