A young Camarasaurus

While we’re on a juvenile sauropod kick, I thought I should add this in. It’s a cast of a beautifully preserved and near complete Camarasaurus and various photos of the original are knocking around in all kinds of places. Of course it immediately evokes (to me anyway) this mount I recently saw in Japan.

Hopefully there’ll be some time for some longer posts soon with my trip now over. There’s still some catching up to do, but I should get a bit more writing time.

4 Responses to “A young Camarasaurus”

  1. 1 Mike Taylor 18/11/2011 at 12:15 pm

    This isn’t just a juvenile Camarasaurus, it’s the juvenile Camarasaurus — the one monographed in loving detail by Gilmore (1925), and the keystone in the understanding of sauropod ontogeny!

  2. 2 Zhen 18/11/2011 at 5:04 pm

    This is one of those top 10 most complete dinosaur skeletons discovered, isn’t it? One of these days, I’d love to find a list of all of the most complete skeletons that we have.

    • 3 David Hone 19/11/2011 at 7:46 am

      Well ‘The Dinosauria’ is the closest you can get to that, but it means sorting through it all, and it is 7 years old now….

  3. 4 Vertebrat 19/11/2011 at 1:57 am

    The Musings always shows us lots of bones, but lately: wow,
    It has more vertebrae of sauropods than SVPOW!

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