Our company also pays much attention on the dinosaur skeleton replicas manufacturing from the discoveries, the species of dinosaur skeletons are placed in about 300 valid dinosaur genera (Stegosaurus, Diplodocus, etc.), although about 540 have been named, and even though the recent estimates suggest that about 700 to 900 more dinosaur genera may remain to be discovered.
Since no one knows how many bones it had. But we do have known and made most of the bones, so we could guess, even without the tip of the tail, if only anyone had thought to count them all; we guess it didn’t have all that many more than us — just bigger. It had fewer fingers, only two, but many more bones in its tail, since we don’t have one. And it had belly ribs, which we don’t have, and more teeth (about 50), big or small.
One scientist estimated there are only about 2,100 good skeletons of any dinosaur in museums around the world. But a complete skeleton is another thing. It’s not like a model kit that comes with all the parts included. When we are lucky enough to find whole dinosaurs, it is usually because sand from a stream bottom or a sand dune has covered over the dinosaur soon after it died. But even then, the little bones of the tail are often washed or blown away. For instance, we have about 15 good skeletons of T-Rex now, including two that are nearly complete. That’s a lot compared to most dinosaurs, which are only known from a single tooth or bone. But we still don’t have a complete T-Rex.