Can you help Monty find the answer to this week’s Trivia Tuesday Dinosaur question?
Camarasaurus, of the dinosaur classification Saurpoda Marcronaria, is best known for having large hollow chambers within its enormous vertebrae. In fact the meaning of Camarasaurus is “The Chambered Lizard”. The purpose for these large hollow chambers were to limit the overall weight if this giant beast, which much like Brachiosaurus of the same dinosaur classification, could live to be more than 65ft in size! The Dinosaur Place does not currently have a Camarasaurus among the over 40 life-sized dinosaurs in the Outdoor Adventure Park at Nature’s Art Village, but does have a gigantic Brachiosaurus stretching over 70ft long and more than 40ft tall! Click here for more on The Dinosaur Place and check back next week for another Trivia Tuesday question!