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Katherine

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Animal List (WIP)

Post by Katherine on Thu Aug 25, 2016 9:34 pm

Tyrants (Tyrannosaurs)

King Tyrant:

King Tyrant (Tyrannosaurus Rex)
Height: 20-25 feet tall.
Weight: 7-15 tons.
Length: 40-43 feet.
The largest species of Tyrants, and the undisputed king of the plains and forests, a King Tyrant is a force to be reckoned with. It hunts the many animals that roam around the areas, such as different species of Honkers and Horn Heads, but will go after other things. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 10 eggs. Their jaws can bite through thick iron plating. Their scales are like armor, bows seem to be ineffective against them, and bladed weapons cant cut deep enough to do major damage. Their weak points are their throats, stomachs, and eyes. They tend to hunt in packs up to 6 individuals.

Polar Tyrant:

Polar Tyrant (Yutyrannus Huali)
Height: 8 feet tall.
Weight: 1.5585 tons.
Length: 30 feet.
These species of Tyrants tend to live in the more colder parts of the world, and are usually competing with other polar predators, like Dagger teeth or Mega bears. They seem to prefer to hunt medium game, like elk, moose, and bison, but will go after other things. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 4 eggs. Their jaws are lethal, and they can use their claws to claw. Their feathers provide some protective from bladed weapons and arrows. Their weak points are their chests, stomach, and eyes. They tend to hunt in packs up to 8 individuals.

Speed Tyrant:

Speed Tyrant (Gorgosaurus Libratus)
Height: 9 feet tall.
Weight: 2.65 tons.
Length: 30 feet.
These species of Tyrants are one of the fastest creatures on the open plains, an compete with their large cousin, the King Tyrant. They tend to hunt Honkers and Horn Heads like their large cousins. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 6 eggs. While not as strong, or as large as the King Tyrant, they sure make up for it with their speed, being able to outrun even horses in open terrain, and their jaws are lethal too, able to bite more quicker than other Tyrants. They have lightly armored scales for protection from bladed weapons and arrows. Their weak points are their chests, stomach, and eyes. They tend to hunt in packs up to 10 individuals.

Talon Tyrant:

Talon Tyrant (Megaraptor Namunhuaiquii).
Height: 8 feet tall.
Weight: 1 ton.
Length: 26 feet.
While most Tyrants have small arms and large heads, Talon Tyrants are the opposite. They tend to go after Honkers mostly, but will go after other creatures. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 8 eggs. Their largest talon is like a sword, able to disembowel a person quite easily if given the chance, and once they get a hold onto something, they release a series of quick bites to add to the bleeding. Their feathers are used to protect themselves from bladed weapons and arrows, but not as affective like a Polar Tyrant. Their weak points are their chests, stomach, and eyes. They tend to hunt in packs up to 6 individuals.

Honkers (Hadrosaurs).

Long Crested Honker:

Long Crested Honker (Parasaurolophus Walkeri).
Height: 9 feet tall.
Weight: 2.5 tons.
Length: 31 feet long.
A species of wetland and plain dwelling, Long Crested Honkers are usually seen in herds with other species of herbivores. Like all Honkers, they aren't too picky eaters, and will go for any plant material, may it be grass, ferns, leaves, water reeds, fruits, and even bark from trees. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 20 eggs. The usually run from predators, able to go up to high speeds on their hind legs, but will fight if they have to, using their tails to whack their attackers. They also, like all of the other Honkers, have sideways pupils and eyes set high on their heads to get a better view on would be predators while grazing. Their weak points are their necks, sides, and stomachs. They travel in any number of herds, usually mixed with other animals.

Axe Crested Honker:

Axe Crested Honker (Corythosaurus Casuarius).
Height: 9 feet tall.
Weight: 2.5 tons.
Length: 30 feet long.
A species of woodland and plain dwelling Honker, Axe Crested Honkers are usually seen in herds with other species. Like all honkers, they aren't picky eaters, and will go for any plant material. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 15 eggs. Unlike Long Crested Honkers, they will more than likely stay and fight a predator, having a stronger tail whack. They also, like all of the other Honkers, have sideways pupils and eyes set high on their heads to get a better view on would be predators while grazing. Their weak points are their necks, sides, and stomachs. They travel in any number of herds, usually mixed with other animals.

Hatchet Crest Honker:

Hatchet Crested Honker (Olorotitan Arharensis).
Height: 15 feet tall.
Weight: 5 tons.
Length: 39 feet long.
A species of wetland and plain dwelling Honker, Hatchet Crested Honkers are usually seen in herds with other species. Like all Honkers, they aren't picky eaters, and will go for any plant material. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 17 eggs. They are one of the largest species of Honkers, but also one of the laziest, lying in very shallow pools to sleep. However, when startled, they can be quite aggressive, a tail whack from one of these can leave a large predator dazed and a small one killed. They also, like all of the other Honkers, have sideways pupils and eyes set high above their heads to get a better view on would be predators while grazing. Their weak points are their necks, sides, and stomachs. They travel in any number of herds, usually mixed with other animals.

Goliath Honker:

Goliath Honker (Shantungosaurus Giganteus).
Height: 30 feet tall.
Weight: 18 tons.
Length: 53 feet long.
A species of jungle and plain dwelling Honker, Goliath Honkers are usually seen in herds with other species. Like all Honkers, they aren't picky eater, and will go for any plant material. They mate for life, and tend to have clutches of 26 eggs. They are the largest species of Honkers, and have zero tolerance for predators, going as far as tracking any nearby carnivores to kill them, and this includes sentient species too. They can easily crush a Tyrant's spine with their front legs when they lift up on their hind legs and come crashing down with all of their strength and weight, and their tail has been known to actually topple over large trees. They, also like all Honker, have side ways pupils and eyes set high above their heads to get a better view on would be predators while grazing. Unlike other Honkers, their scales are more tough, and can withstand arrows and bladed weapons, the only weak points on the body being their throats, stomachs, and eyes. They travel in any number of herds, usually mixed with other animals.

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