Last year, the Spainish city of Teruel hosted the National Exhibition of Youth Philately
Being an exhibition aimed at a younger audience, the aim was to recover the dinosaur-themed series that in 2015 consisted of the Ankylosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops and Diplodocus stamps.
In 2023, the dinosaur chosen was the Aragosaurus ischiaticus, which consists of a stamp in which we see a representation of what its image was and a vignette in which an illustration of some of the remains found appears.
Aragosaurus ischiaticus is a quadrupedal sauropod dinosaur with a large neck and tail and a small head. It was about 17 meters long and was a herbivorous dinosaur.
It was found in the town of Galve (Teruel) and its name means "Reptile of Aragon". It is the first dinosaur defined in Spain.
It lived in the limit between the Upper Jurassic and the Lower Cretaceous (150-140 ma).