Replica skull of the Camarasaurus Made by vfb paleoart.
Camarasaurus presented a distinctive cranial profile of a blunt snout and an arched skull that was remarkably square, typical of basal Macronarians. The name means “chambered lizard”, referring to the hollow chambers, known as pleurocoels, in its cervical vertebrae (Greek καμαρα (kamara) meaning “vaulted chamber”, or anything with an arched cover, and σαυρος (sauros) meaning “lizard”.
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