Camarasaurus

Genus Camarasaurus
Suborder Sauropodomorpha
length 18m
Temporal range Late Jurassic

The Dinosaur Expo 2016

from March 8,2016 to June 12,2016
at National Museum of Nature and Science,Tokyo, Japan.

Fossilized Skeleton of a Camarasaurus

Fossilized Skeleton of a Camarasaurus

Mega-Dinosaur Exhibition 2015

from July 18,2015 to August 30,2015
at MakuhariMesse International Convention in Chiba, Japan.

Embedded Specimen of a camarasaurus

Embedded Specimen of a camarasaurus

Fossilized Skeleton of a camarasaurus

Fossilized Skeleton of a camarasaurus

Fossilized teeth of camarasaurus like spoon

Fossilized teeth of camarasaurus like spoon

Common Exhibition of National Museum of Nature and Science,Tokyo

at October 27,2011
at National Museum of Nature and Science,Tokyo, Japan

Skull of a Camarasaurus

Skull of a Camarasaurus

Dinosaur Expo 2009,The Miracle of Deserts

from July 18,2009 to September 27,2009
at MakuhariMesse International Convention in Chiba, Japan.

Full-body Fossil of a

Full-body Fossil of a Camarasaurus

The Gigantic Dinosaur Expo 2006

from July 15,2006 to September 10,2006
at MakuhariMesse International Convention in Chiba, Japan.

Full-bodyFull-body fossilized child of a Camarasaurus

Full-body fossilized child of a Camarasaurus

Description

Camarasaurus is a kind of the Sauropodomorpha form that prospered most in North America where is in late Jurassic period. The frame fossil of various stage of growth is excavated and is helpful to understand the habits of Sauropodomorpha.

In 2011, University of Colorado in the United States announced the findings which they analyzed the fossil of the tooth of Camarasaurus into. “Camarasaurus moved a long distance approximately 300km every year by a season”. Because plants becoming the food decrease in a dry season, they leave the low land and move to the mountains with many plants, When it came to rain, Camarasaurus seemed to be more likely to come back to the low land.

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