Dinosaurs: Camelotia, the lizard of Camelot

Dinosaurs: Camelotia, the lizard of Camelot

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Camelotia Token

Translation: north Camelot lizard
Also known as: Avalonia, Picrodon and Gresslyosaurus
Description: Herbivore, quadruped
Order: Saurischia
Suborder: Sauropodomorpha
Infraorder: Prosauropoda
Family: Melanorosauridae
Period: Late triassic

The Camelotia was a large prosauropod, is the only known melanoraurid from the northern hemisphere, which lived in the Late triassic.

It takes its name, Camelotia, from the town of its discovery in Somerset, England, supposedly the place where it was King Arthur's Camelot.

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