Look, I know we get in heated discussions around here about what constitutes a win, or about FOC, and the spirit of the rules but this… this is a serious conundrum that was posed to me earlier today and I felt like this community, as it always does, would have nuanced and graciously professional opinions about it.
C) Ties go around someone’s neck. Those dinosaurs have necks. Both of them have ties. Both of them are wearing ties around their necks. Ignoring the fact that dinosaurs typically don’t wear ties, I don’t see how either image could be wrong. Of course, one could be more fashionable than the other, but in terms of Western business attire, they both seem fine.
EDIT: looks like @BoredomBeThyName established a better answer. I concede to them.
If I was a dinosaur, I would constitute it rather unprofessional, ignorant, and childish to keep that much neck exposed in any environment. I strongly believe that the “so called” (based of the reasoning that @BordomBeThyName establishes) shirt that the dinosaur would wear would cover a significant amount of the neck. This means that the most likely option would be a 3rd option with the tie in the middle.
You also have to consider the specific neck jointing of this dinosaur, which for case of debate we will assume it will be that of the well known Brachiosaurus. When looking at the skeleton, you can see the actual usable region of the neck would be somewhere in the middle which matches up with what we said earlier. The jury is still out on the true nature of the Sauropod neck posture, I would say that our best course of action is to deny all given options and let the dinosaur wear the tie however the heck it wants to.