Fossil camel skeleton - ROM2007_9521_24


Fossil camel skeleton

Place Collected
North America, USA, Nebraska, Sioux County, Stenomylus Quarry
Date: Date Collected: 1908
length=90; width=19; height=81 cm
    • Attributes
    • Objects
    • Taxonomy
    • KingdomAnimalia
    • PhylumChordata
    • ClassMammalia
    • OrderArtiodactyla
    • FamilyCamelidae
    • GenusStenomylus
    • SpecificEpithethitchcocki
Object number: ROMVP01102
On view
Gallery Location:Reed Family Gallery of the Age of Mammals, Tertiary Megafaunas, Artiodactyls, Camels
DescriptionToday there are just six kinds of camels worldwide, but during the Age of Mammals, there were many more. Stenomylus was a small, stilt-legged camel, overall looking more like a gazelle.
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