The Barosaurus from Carnegie Quarry is among the most complete in the world

Barosaurus is Greek for “heavy lizard”

Adult Barosaurus grew up to lengths over 85 feet and weighed over 20 tons

Barosaurus has a longer neck and shorter tail than its relative Diplodocus

The dinosaur Barosaurus roams a jurassic plain

Barosaurus walking in the Morrison Ecosystem.

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Specimens of Barosaurus from the Carnegie Quarry:

Barosaurus Skin
Barosaurus mount as it was mounted in the American Museum of Natural History.

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