Camarasaurus magnificens (name meaning "magnificent chambered lizard") is a species of large sauropod dinosaur that originally lived in what is now North America during the Late Jurassic and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and, unlike Sciifii's first Camarasaurus species, has been introduced to the modern open woodlands and grasslands across North America to help boost biodiversity. Camarasaurus magnificens is normally around 59 feet (18 meters) long and weigh about as much as two bull African elephants when fully grown. Like all advanced sauropods, it is purely herbivorous, feeding mainly on leaves, pine needles, fruits, and nuts, while young Camarasaurus magnificens also feeds on horsetails, ferns, cycads, and shrubs due to being smaller than the adults. Like other sauropods, it is a social animal that lives in herds up to around 5-9 individuals at a time in normal circumstances, but in areas with enough food and space, there can be as many as 25 Camarasaurus magnificens individuals in a herd. The conservation status of Camarasaurus magnificens is Least Concern due to successful conservation efforts and the animal's wide range.