Haven't done a skeletal in a while, thought I'd do a theropod for a change. The main differences between this and the published the skeletal is that the dorsal column is much less curved (I couldn't really see any reason to support such a strong arch as published in the paper), as well as a shorter tail. I'm not really sure why the reconstruction published added more caudals to the end as it seems to have basically ended with what we have in the smaller specimen with possibly a few extra. Also, this is a more 'rigorous' reconstruction in the sense I have done my best to put in gray color the skeletal elements that are not known. The white elements are a mix from the three known specimens, though I favored the smaller one. A very large, basal ornithomimosaur, reminds me of a spoonbill/shoebill stork mimic, and was found with fish elements in its belly.Refs --
Lee YN, Barsbold R, Currie PJ, Kobayashi Y, Lee HJ, Godefroit P, Escuillié F, Chinzorig T. Resolving the long-standing enigmas of a giant ornithomimosaur Deinocheirus mirificus
. 2014 Nov 13;515(7526):257-60. doi: 10.1038/nature13874. Epub 2014 Oct 22.