Unlike many other sauropods, Camarasaurus is known from complete skeletons, including the skull. In sauropods, the skull is fragile and rarely preserved. Camarasaurus had a boxy head that was large for a sauropod, with a relatively short neck and moderately long tail. The front legs are slightly longer than back legs, meaning it stood taller at the shoulders than at the hips, unlike some other sauropods like Apatosaurus or Diplodocus. Its skull was lightly built, and it probably had a good sense of smell.
LENGTH: 14 m (46 ft) for C. grandis and C. lentus, 23 m (75ft) for C. surpemus.
WEIGHT: 10 - 12 tons for C. grandis and C. lentus, 52 tonsfor C. supremus.