New in the Jurassic Exhibit: 9ft Camarasaurus Leg A A

 

 

You cannot help but see the newest addition to the Jurassic Sauropod exhibit at the Naranjo Museum. This 9-foot tall leg and shoulder blade belongs to Camarasaurus, one of the most common sauropods (long-neck dinosaurs) in North America.

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Graphics by: Eddie Martin of Angelina College

Posted May 14, 2019
Categories: Blog, Current Exhibits, Exhibits, The Museum

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