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Further work in the BLM lands of Rabbit Valley has included the excavation of the Averett Camptosaurus in 1982 and the Bollan Stegosaurus in 1986.
_Iguanodon_ and _Camptosaurus_ of the Jurassic and
In the National Museum at Washington, are mounted two skeletons of _Camptosaurus_, a large and a small species, and in the American Museum a skeleton of a small species.
_ The American counterpart of the Iguanodons of Europe was the _Camptosaurus_, nearly related and generally similar in proportions but including mostly smaller species, and lacking some of the peculiar features of the Old World genus.
Now, with the new 5,000 square-foot addition, the museum features a replica of a 9-foot-long triceratops skull from Montana, dinosaur bones found last summer near Moab, a Cretaceous nest, dinosaur skeletons of a Camptosaurus and an Allosaurus and a mural of the Utah-Colorado region in the Jurassic Period.
The dental magazine has been removed from the lower jaw and is seen to consist of several close-set rows of numerous small pencil-like teeth which are pushed up from beneath as they wear off at the grinding surface.] _Camptosaurus.