|USNM 7757, the type specimen of Thescelosaurus neglectus, as it had been exhibited at the National Museum of National History; we'll see how it looks after the renovation. The neck and skull are reconstructions.
|This is more or less how it was found as well, with the neck and skull absent. The right leg was also repositioned (it had been disarticulated from the hip and forming a right angle with the long axis of the body). From Gilmore (1915).