At a whopping 26 inches long, Sideshow’s latest Dinosauria diorama is their largest piece yet (though it will be unseated from this position when their Spinosaurus arrives in winter). Tom Gilliland collaborated with a large team of artists, including such greats as Steve Riojas, David Krentz, and Jorge Blanco, on what he considers to be his favorite piece in the line.
All Camarasaurus Reviews
Camarasaurus (Dinotales Series 7, by Kaiyodo)
Camarasaurus was the most common sauropod in the Morrison Formation, which is mainly distributed in present day Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah. Many different fossils have been found, including some complete and even fully articulated specimens, so it is surprising that this dinosaur isn’t made more often in toy form.
Camarasaurus (DinoWaurs Survival)
Once again, I venture into the world of blind bag dinos to see if they are worth the hunt. This time, I am looking at one of the sauropods of the line, Camarasaurus. Being some of the largest animals to have ever existed, it’s only natural a few would be put in.
Camarasaurus (Jurassic Hunters by Geoworld)
When designing a figure, it is a chance for a designer to be creative, come up with new ideas of what they could have looked like, using the fossil evidence and their imagination. Or you could simply plagiarise, which seems to often be Geoworld’s choice. This review looks to one of their figures from the second expedition, Camarasaurus, a Sauropod from the late Jurassic.
Camarasaurus (Kaiyodo Dinoland Natural History)
Review and photos by Bokisaurus
Part 2 of Kaiyodo Dinoland Natural History review series
A long time ago, I traveled back in time. Well, not exactly, more like a road trip through time to some of the most scenic and fossil rich place in the America west.In this trip I visited the Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado and Utah.
Camarasaurus (The Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd.)
Camarasaurus (Tip Toi by Ravensburger)
Camarasaurus (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)
The Morrison formation of the western United States has provided us with some of the most iconic dinosaur genera ever discovered. Even as new larger or more flamboyant species are discovered and described in this current golden age of paleontology the classics continue to endure in the public eye; Allosaurus and Stegosaurus for example, and the sauropods; Brachiosaurus, Brontosaurus, and Diplodocus among others.