In addition to being a rather important titanosaur (the paper title's pretty self-explanatory), this is a milestone in my skeletal drawing history: this is my first skeletal that depicts a taxon that is NOT from South America (okay, I did make a bad Megalosaurus and a really bad Carcharodontosaurus first, but this is my first SUCCESSFUL skeletal depicting a taxon that is NOT from South America). This guy's from Asia, Russia to be (barely) more precise.
I'll just leave this skeletal here. You can freely download the full-sized PNG or SVG at Wikimedia Commons if you're interested: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Volgatitan_Skeletal.svg
DISCLAIMER: Yes, I know that the seventh caudal's not figured. No, I haven't seen it (I live in North America). It's just a mutilated clone of caudal six made to look like it actually goes where it is. That's why it's in light gray.
- (2018). "The oldest titanosaurian sauropod of the Northern Hemisphere". Biological Communications 63 (6): 145-162. DOI:10.21638/spbu03.2018.301.