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Brian Franczak wrote...
Actually, I take exception to this last remark. While the details
(coloration, ornamentation, etc.) will vary from illustration to
illustration, the morphology of the animal (the important issue) does
not; there is consensus about the animal's life appearance (horizontal
stance, positioning of legs beneath the body, etc.).
Sure, but these are both things that can be inferred directly from the
bones, and shown using mounted skeletons.