Admittedly, what I am showing today is not a real dinosaur. But still a very good mount. The coracoids could be a bit closer together, but the hands aren’t floppy, and the neck is S-curved. The trunk looks good, too, and so do the limbs.
The Allosaurus (thanks, Tom! I can’t keep non-sauropodomorphs apart) can be found at the main crossroads of Thermopolis, WY, the town that is home to the Wyoming Dinosaur Center (as so often, more on that later). Sadly, I have no idea who made the model, but I suspect that then-science director of the WDC Scott Hartmann (of skeletaldrawing.org fame) had a hand in it. Of the many theropods splattered over the Midwest and West, this is certainly one of the scientifically more accurate and aesthetically pleasing.
Nice mount, but it is an Allosaurus. (Among other things, check out lacrimal horn, three-fingered manus, non-arctometatarsalian foot).
OUCH! (slinks away into a dark corner)