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Camarasaurus (C. supremus 'Camera Lizard') is a genus of sauropod dinosaur that lived in the Kimmeridgian and Tithonian of the Late Jurassic period, approximately 155-145 million years ago, in what is now North America.

Camarasaurus was one of the smallest sauropods, with an average length of around 18 meters and a weight of about 20 tons. It had a long, slender body, with a long neck and tail, and a relatively small head. Its legs were very robust and were adapted to support the great weight of the animal and also the front legs were almost the same length as the hind legs.

One of the distinctive features of Camarasaurus was its large number of vertebrae in its neck and tail, which allowed it to move with great flexibility and reach for food in very high or low areas. In addition, it had small, sharp teeth, which it used to tear off the leaves and stems of the plants it ate.

Camarasaurus is believed to have been a peaceful, herbivorous animal, living in large herds and spending most of its time foraging for food. It is also known that Camarasaurus laid eggs, since fossil nests and eggs have been found that are attributed to this species.

The Model Pose represents two Camarasaurus specimens fighting to be the dominant alpha male.

Approximate measurements of the Camarasaurus:

  • Scale 1:60 - 275 x 69 x 155 mm H
  • Scale 1:35 - 390 x 130 x 290 mm H