Camarasaurus is a genus of herbivorous sauropods that lived during the late Jurassic in the area of what is now North America. Camerasaurus grew to about 15 to 18 meters in length.
This vertebra is from the base of the tail. It has been slightly squashed during fossilisation and has been preserved in its original Morisson rock.
Measured including the rock: 39.5 cm
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