Konstantinos was so fascinated by this beast that he had the idea of reconstructing the major part of the animal’s skeleton. So, beyond the skull, he had to add the mandible, the neck, the shoulder, thoracic bones, lumbar bones, sacrum part of pelvis bone, and the tail. He dedicated more than 1200 hours to complete it. It is in 1:1 scale, which translates in a total length of almost three meters, measured from the front of the skull to the tail. Later he wanted to digitize the sculpture using the 3D scanner EinScan Pro HD.