Here is half of the skull as-printed. The vertical structures under the skull are supports, automatically printed by the program to support the skull overhangs. It's not that the supports are needed to hold up the weight. Instead, the filament comes out of the moving nozzle and can't just hang in mid-air. So you need some supports to hold up overhangs until they freeze in place. The supports are made to break off fairly cleanly. The rest of the excess is then cut off with a sharp tool.
Here are the two sides held together. There is some slight distortion of the nose preventing a tight fit. However, it is still wonderful preservation. Just a little 'tweaking' with a hot air gun and they will fit.
Last, here is a short video of the assembled skull with both halves in approximately the correct configuration. The animal clearly had great sideways vision, but little or no binocular vision. And it could not see up because of the overhanging brows.It had vision more like a modern horse than a modern eagle. It does not resemble a modern iguana, crocodile or monitor lizard either. Very strange!
Sincerely, Greg Carr