Phuwiangosaurus was one one of the giant sauropod to had ruled Thailand North-East 110 million years ago.
Phuwiangosaurus was one of the titanosaur that had ruled the Early Cretacous period. This sauropod was the first dinosaur to be ever to be discover in Thailand. It was first discovered by a team of geologist that found a fossil near a dried up stream called Huay Pratu Tee Mah in Khon Kaen province in 1981. This was a great discovery since Laos had been discovering it own dinosaurs so it was time for Thailand to have it's own.
While scientist were digging, Princess Chakri Sirindhornae came and see the discovery the first dinosaur. So the scientist gave the name Phuwiangosaurus Sirindhornae to honor the princess and the Charkri Dynasty. Phuwiangosaurus use to feed on tall trees that grows variously in the Creatacous Period. During that era there were various dinosaur like the unname sauropod that is still being studying, Iguanodon, Psittasaurus, Gallimimus, and Siamosaurus. Phuwiangosaurus only has a enemy which was Siamotyrannus that also ruled the same era. This made Phuwiangosaurus one of the giant titanosaur to ever had ruled Indochina.