This video shows a rather comprehensive series of shots of the preserved skeleton and also shows some illustrations. Some of the labels are a little odd and there is no explanation at all of what each part of the animal is, does, or why it is important that it has been preserved. Additionally, some elements are zoomed in on without any mention of anatomical position, making their purpose, without the details of purpose written out, cryptic at best for the uninformed. Why start with such a video? Because it is extensive in what it looks at on the preserved specimen of Juravenator and it is not a cartoon or computer graphic but focused shots of the actual skeleton. It is also being highlighted today because there are no other videos, not even tribute videos.