1. In a recent discovery, a fossil that was dug out in 2015 in Australia has been identified as an unusually long-necked, rare toothless dinosaur that may have walked the earth 110 million years ago. 2. The 5 cm-long 'Elaphrosaurus' fossil which was dug out near Cape Otway in Victoria is related to the T. Rex and Velociraptor. 3. According to the scientists, Elaphrosaurs had long necks, stumpy arms with small hands, and relatively lightly-built bodies. 4. Although the fossil indicated that the animal might be about 2 meters (6.5ft) long, previously found fossils of the same animal in Tanzania, China and Argentina show that they could have attained a height of even 6 meters.