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Dryosaurus
Dryosaurus A
Male, female and baby scaly Dryosaurus
Dryosaurus B
Male, female and baby feathered Dryosaurus


Basic Information
Real Creature Real Creature

Dryosaurus altus

Nature Nature

Passive

Health Points Health Points

Adult: 16 (16hearts)

Infant: 6 (6hearts)

Attack Damage Attack Damage

0 (0hearts)

Hunger Points Hunger Points

50 50hunger

Drops

Grid Raw Dinosaur Meat 1 Raw Meat

Grid Dryosaurus Skull Skull

Grid Leg Bone Leg bone

Grid Arm Bone Arm bone

Grid Herbivore Foot Foot

Grid Ribcage (Bone) Ribcage

Grid Vertebrae Vertebrae

Grid Dryosaurus Tooth Tooth

Feathers Feathers

Set to false by default. Can be turned on through the config.

First appearances

History

8.0.4 UPDATE

Dryosaurus ('dry-oh-sawr-uss', meaning "Tree/Oak lizard") is a small diurnal (meaning active only during the day) prehistoric creature from the Late Jurassic period. It was added in the 7.3.1 Build, alongside Parasaurolophus and Therizinosaurus. They are around 1.5 blocks tall, and approximately 4 blocks long. There is no size difference between genders, however, scaly males are green with a red throat whilst scaly females are brown-textured. Feathered males have dark blue markings, and are red-brown, while feathered females are a light brown. Newborns are half a block tall, and are fully grown in five in game days. They can be given essence of chicken to grow faster, at the cost of hunger.

Dryosaurus, like almost all other mobs, has a mood that can drop or be raised through various means. Having a low mood means it may attack or avoid you, having a high mood will make it passive. Right-click it with a Dinopedia to see its current mood.

A fossil version of the Dryosaurus can be created by right-clicking a bio-fossil on the ground, which will create a random skeleton of a prehistoric creature with a small chance of it being a Dryosaurus.

Like most other mobs in the mod, they do not spawn naturally in the world and must be created by the player through the culture vat. As they are dinosaurs, they hatch from small eggs that need to be warmed by torches or any other light source.

BEHAVIOR

Dryosaurus are passive, timid herbivores, that cannot break blocks, and will flee from anything that attacks them. They can fit through one block gaps, so be careful when making an enclosure that will contain Dryosaurus. They are preyed upon by a wide variety of prehistoric carnivores due to their small size and vulnerability, including Allosaurus, Ceratosaurus, Deinonychus, Dilophosaurus, Kelenken, Liopleurodon, megalodon, Mosasaurus, Phorusrhacos, Sarcosuchus, Smilodon, Spinosaurus, Titanis, Tyrannosaurus, and Velociraptor. This can make them a very practical live-food source, as they will not fight back and are not very hard to catch.

The Dryosaurus will interact with toy balls and tethered logs when they see them. These enrichment items will increase their mood as they play.

When hungry, they seek out and eat plants or food in feeders. Dryosaurus is diurnal, and sleeps during the night.

If there are both a male and female happy, adult Dryosaurus in a small area, they can breed and lay eggs every five minutes. The breeding probability is handled by how many individuals are nearby.

TAMING 

Dryosaurus, like most prehistoric creatures, can be tamed by being within 6 blocks of them when they hatch. If this opportunity is missed, they can then be tamed either through feeding, or using a whip on them. Feeding it increases their mood, while whipping lowers it. When tamed, they cannot be ridden. They can be ordered with a stick.

FEEDING 

Dryosaurus automatically eat many kinds of plants when they are hungry. They will also eat from a feeder with plants in it if they can see one. Dryosaurus can be hand-fed wheat, apples, melons, carrots, sugar, sugarcane, cookies, potatoes, cake, any seeds, ferns, and bread. They can also eat ancient ferns.

SOUNDS 

Dryosaurus Idle 1
Dryosaurus living1
Dryosaurus Idle 2
Dryosaurus living2
Dryosaurus Hurt 1
Dryosaurus hurt1
Dryosaurus Hurt 2
Dryosaurus hurt2
Dryosaurus Death 1
Dryosaurus death1
Dryosaurus Death 2
Dryosaurus death2

PHOTO GALLERY

Dinosaurs

Defense PointsFire BallAllosaurusDefense PointsAnkylosaurusDefense PointsBrachiosaurusDefense PointsCeratosaurus
CitipatiCompsognathusDeinonychusDilophosaurusDefense PointsDiplodocusDryosaurusGallimimusOrnitholestesPachycephalosaurusDefense PointsParasaurolophusDefense PointsFire BallSpinosaurusDefense PointsStegosaurusDefense PointsTherizinosaurusDefense PointsTriceratopsDefense PointsFire BallTyrannosaurusVelociraptor

Aquatic Creatures

Alligator GarCoelacanthCrassigyrinusDiplocaulusHenodusIchthyosaurus
Defense PointsLiopleurodonDefense PointsFire BallMegalodonMegalograptusDefense PointsFire BallMosasaurusNautilus
PlesiosaurusSturgeonTiktaalik

Birds

ConfuciusornisDodoGastornisKelenkenPhorusrhacosTitanis

Mammals

Defense PointsElasmotheriumDefense PointsMammothDefense PointsMegalocerosPlatybelodonSmilodonQuagga

Pterosaurs

Pteranodon

Land Reptiles and Proto-mammals

Fire BallMegalaniaDefense PointsFire BallSarcosuchusEdaphosaurus

......Arthropods......

MeganeuraArthropleura

Upcoming

N/A

Enemies

Fire BallAnuAnubiteDead BonesDefense PointsFire BallEaster Egg MobFailuresaurus
Sentry PigmanTar Slime

Misc

Archaeologist VillagerFossil ModelPaleontologist VillagerTamed Zombie Pigman

Carnivores appear in red. Herbivores appear in green. Omnivores appear in light blue. Piscivores appear in dark blue. Enemies/misc appear in brown. Defense Points means the creature can break blocks. Fire Ball means the creature is an apex predator/boss.
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