Corkasaurus Rex, aka C. Rex, from the Corkaceous Period, is seen here resting on the carcass of a fallen Triceracork. He sometimes sits back on his slightly undersized (due to limited space in the print volume) tail.
UPDATE: I added a new rear section that allows C. Rex to sit comfortably back on his tail, with his toes lying naturally on the ground, and a new front section that has the tiny arms moved to forward positions, so that he/she can hold stuff (like a bridal bouquet). These changes were needed for the happy wedding couple featured in my latest things, including the groom http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:338599 and bride (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:343719). I also designed summer fun wear for these fossils: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:381384 (photo above) and http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:429828.
All supports and mini-rafts are included in the stl files - no need to add anything more. Start from the toes to remove the mini-rafts and supports, essentially peeling back the raft with the help of a needle nose pliers, and crunching in the supports at their top to aid in their removal. Any excess toe material can be carved into claws, if desired.
Printed in PLA with 3 shells and 0.3 mm layer height.