This Camptosaurus version is strangely Iguanodon-like. The thumbs pointed straight up with the spike-like attachments of the later Iguanodonts including Iguanodon. The flimsy tail, while good for getting out of the way when it rears up to search trees for vegetation would have provided no weapon still and now no real balance for the animal as it moved around the Late Jurassic forests. In fact, this tail is so thin top to bottom that it appears to be lacking key elements of the caudal vertebrae including the ventral facing slats or ribs attached to the vertebrae in this region. This model, clearly, is not accurate in any way, means, or shape then. Let's move onto the next image and see if it is any better.