I absolutely loved the work that Taran3D put in to the model, but I absolutely HATE supports... So I used 3D Builder in Windows 10 to split the model in half.
It is the original size, but split horizontally. There is still a need for minor supports, but I would recommend using Cura 3.6+ and Experimental>Tree Supports. They are easier to remove & can typically reach very nicely in to crevices like the eye sockets from the limbs it creates, stemming from the base plate.
Any supports you want, but I recommend Tree Supports within Cura standalone 3.6+
I found printing on glass with a level bed & hairspray, plus a 15 mm wide brim, first layer at 0.2 to be optimal. Once printed, the smooth glass produced bottom makes for nice super gluing, just be sure to water wipe & dry completely before using super glue.
I just cut it in half horizontally using Microsoft 3D Builder in Windows 10.