Camelops Yesterday's Camel Skeleton cast replica (mounted)
Camelops Yesterday's Camel Skeleton cast replica (mounted)

Camelops Yesterday's Camel Skeleton cast replica (mounted)

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Yesterday's Camel Skeleton cast replica (mounted)

Camelopes hesternus.

Plestocene Rancholabrea
CAMELIDAE.
Western North America.
LACMNH Page Museum La Brea replica.
DIM. ???
Item code: AL127

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Camelops is an extinct genus of camels that lived in Western North America, ranging from Alaska to Mexico, from the middle Pliocene to the end of the Pleistocene. It shares a common ancestor with the Old World dromedary and Bactrian camel (making it a true camel), as well as a more distant common ancestor with the New World alpaca, guanaco, llama, and vicuña. Its name is derived from the Ancient Greek κάμελος (cámelos, "camel") and ὄψ (óps, "face"), i.e. "camel-face".