Partially Articulated Camel Skeleton

Lower Pleistocene Tecopa Lake Beds

Inyo County, California

A partially articulated camel skeleton excavated by vertebrate paleontologists, still encased in the plaster field jacket, from the Lower Pleistocene Tecopa Lake Beds, Inyo County, California. Called scientifically, Capricamelus gettyi. Skull with teeth at far left. Note fully articulated lower limb bones at far right. Photograph from a specific scientific publication.

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