Artists reconstruction of Camptosaurus. By Michael B. H.
is a very nicely preserved, 16.5" long tibia from the Late Jurassic, beaked, plant-eating dinosaur Camptosaurus. The bone quality is is quite nice as it was found mostly encased in a hard sandstone, which had to be mechanically removed. There is the usual repairs and small crack fills needed on any Morrison Formation material, but no major areas of restoration.
is a relatively heavily built, plant eating dinosaur from the Jurassic Period. It had robust hindlimbs, broad feet and a pointed snout, equipped with a beak. Adults could reach up to 25 feet in length.