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Català: Vèrtebres caudals de Diplodocus carnegiei, Natural History Museum, Londres.
Deutsch: Schwanzwirbel von Diplodocus.
English: Diplodocus. Caudal vertebrae of D. carnegii showing the double-beamed chevron bones that the genus name refers to, Natural History Museum, London.
فارسی: مهرهای دم و شکل دوتیرکی استخوان‏ها آن در موزه تاریخ طبیعت لندن.
Magyar: A D. carnegii londoni Természetrajzi Múzeumban (Natural History Museum) őrzött farokcsigolyái, az alul látható „dupla gerendákkal”, melyekről a nem a nevét kapta.
日本語: D. carnegii の脊椎骨化石標本(イギリスのロンドン自然史博物館・中央ホールにて展示).
Nederlands: De dubbele chevrons waar Diplodocus naar genoemd is.
Română: Coada cu 80 de vertebre.
中文: 卡內基梁龍的尾椎 - 倫敦自然歷史博物館.
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