|Named By:||Alfred Romer in 1956 (originally named as Helopus by Carl Wiman in 1929)|
|Time Period:||Early Cretaceous, 129-113 Ma|
|Location:||China - Shangdong Province|
|Size:||Around 15 meters long|
|Fossil(s):||Skull and partial skeleton|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Saurischia | Sauropoda | Titanosauriformes | Euhelopodidae ||
|Also known as:||| Helopus zdanskyi ||
Euhelopus is a genus of titanosauriform sauropod dinosaur that lived between 129 and 113 million years ago during the Early Cretaceous in what is now Shandong Province in China. It was a large quadrupedal herbivore. Unlike most other sauropods, Euhelopus had longer forelegs than hind legs. This discovery was paleontologically significant because it represented the first dinosaur scientifically investigated from China: seen in 1913, rediscovered in 1922, and excavated in 1923. Unlike most sauropod specimens, it has a relatively complete skull.