Thank you). Taxonomic position of the I. transouralicum still not definite and still controversial. There are a number of significant differences in tooth morphology between Indricotherium and Paraceratherium. It was argued that gracile Paraceratherium may be female, and robust Indricotherium - a massive male with large tusks-incisors. Although a number of other modern scholars continue to recognize the independence of the genus. Anyway, Indricotherium transouralicum has some significant differences from Paraceratherium bugtiense, and in Russian literature is well established for him the name "индрикотерий (indrikotery)."
uh... well, easier for me to make a tutorial on drawing than by "gluing" a collage)). Briefly to say, first put a drawing or photo of the skeleton in the correct position. Then draw the outline of the soft tissues and elements. And then cut out and transplanted (by adjusting and transformation on the contour drawing) necessary elements from other photos