Every damned skeleton that had T-Rex's dragging their tails and standing bolt upright. Early reconstructions of stegosaurs and ceratopsians with their front legs splayed out like lizards instead of under their bodies, stegosaurs with two rows of plates instead of a single row of alternating ones, and Edward Cope mistaking elasmosaurus neck vertebrate for tail vertebrate and putting the skull on the wrong end, etc. etc. Brittanica on the subject (link). Most people do not have photographic memories. And looking at basic anatomy is not going to tell you how everything fits together internally. I had a Visible Man model and I couldn't tell you how to connect the kidneys to what where and which muscles and tendons are anchored to what bones. So the Talosians made some incorrect assumptions which lead to her being hunch backed. As she said "everything works" but it's just not put back together 100% accurately.