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    • new robot toy for predators

      208.72.65.226 01:38, September 20, 2017 (UTC)TropicYeti

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    • Creature:

      Huehuecanauhtlus

      Diet: Herbivore

      Type: Hadrosaurid

      A.I: Neutral-ish herbivore that flees most of the time, but may turn back to attack. Should be around 3-4 blocks tall and 8-9 blocks long. Can go biped and quadruped, like Parasaurolophus.


      THIS CREATURE IS REAL. THE HUEHUE IN ITS NAME IS REAL! HUEHUEHUEHUE

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    • This ain't the official suggestion thread. But that dinosaur does sound cool!

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    • Huehuecanauhtlus V.S. Xaxatyrannus

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    • GOJIRASAURUS


      HERRERASAURUS


      SUCHOMIMUS

      GIGA

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    • My idea: Shantungosaurus/Huaxiaosaurus 

      It's a very big ornithopod (19 blocks long and 6 blocks tall at the top of it's back). It looks like a gigantic edmontosaurus. It's slow, but quite strong. It's defending itself by standing up (in this posture it's 11 bloks tall at the top of the head) and crushing it's enemy with it's huge legs. Females are pale yellow. Males are brisk yellow with leopard dot-like patterns at their side. The tummy is off-white at both genders.

      HP: 100

      Attack damage: 8,5 hearts


      Sorry for bad English, I'm Hungarian.

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    • Dodorex.

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    • 2A00:23C4:6605:4300:D44B:8B67:F0CF:FC8 wrote: Dodorex.

      As much as I don't want to say that the Dodorex was never real and will not be added to the mod under any circumstances...Oh, wait, I just did.

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    • 2A00:23C4:6605:4300:D44B:8B67:F0CF:FC8 wrote:
      Dodorex.

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA NO.

      I personally like the Dodorex from Ark. I like it a lot better than everything else. It's one of those things that doesn't even pretend to be real, but looks cool anyway.

      I like it better than the wyverns they've added.

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    • Dodowyvern? :P

      In all seriousness, I'd like to see more "utility creatures" so to speak. Things you can use for long distance travel, the moving of supplies across the map etc. I'd love a medium/large Hadrosaur of some kind, something like Edmontosaurus, that can carry a chest and can move easily over terrain. What'd I'd really love to see would be a flyer that could carry a rider and a chest too, although I can't think of anything that could realistically carry that much weight. But I'm talking mainly from a gameplay perspective here.

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    • 2A00:23C4:6605:4300:D44B:8B67:F0CF:FC8 wrote:
      Dodorex.

      This was JJo, one of the server admins and discord moderators. He's actually made several dodorex models and uses them to torment us. This is another case of that.

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    • =D

      Can he make a mod that adds the Dodorex?

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    • DinosawrBirb- (I'm too lazy to make an account :3) the crrature I want in f/a is Enteledont, it would be an awesome addition to the mod :D

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    • Here's an Idea, someone further up said the idea of introducing an animal for long distance travel which could carry chests which is a good idea, but I feel I may be able to expand that a litte. Instead on making a large animal to carry chests, why don't we use a smaller yet still powerful animal to pull a cart? Like Huskies and sleds but it's more a pack of Raptors and a cart?

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    • This is the thing, I would definitely like to see creatures with the uses of vanilla animals like the horse, donkey, mule and llama, but being a mod focused on scientific accuracy finding suitable creatures is a pain (not to mention that there's an issue making vanilla animal functions port over to modded creatures). For example, I am definitely on team "ridable pterosaur with a chest" for long-distance hauling and transportation, but finding a suitable species is difficult at best. Even the Quetzalcoatlus, the largest known pterosaur, simply isn't big enough to carry anything beyond a rider, and that's being optimistic.

      Maybe a possible solution is this: You beta the Ender Dragon, and chuck it's egg in an archeology workbench or something with a Quetz egg. This gives you a special hybrid pterosaur thing, a lot bigger because of ender dragon dna, which would enable riding and chest carrying? I don't know if the devs would be interested in this, but it's a possible "lore-appropriate" workaround.

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    • That would be cool but since it would require the creation of a hybrid which, since they didn't add the Indomonus, I dought they'll do it. So really the cart idea may be more reasonable...

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    • Right. We will not be doing hybrids.

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    • Yeah fair enough too. A shame there's not bigger extinct flying things I guess.

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    • Quetz will fly and will be reliable, sketchy as that would be in real life.

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    • A quetz might be able to glide with a human for a short while, if modern flying animals are a model.

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    • I mean, Hatzegopteryx may have been larger...Likely not, though there is a possibility.

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    • And hatzegopteryx may have been the same damn thing as quetz...

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    • We may never know.

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:
      Quetz will fly and will be reliable, sketchy as that would be in real life.


      Sketchy is better than "completely impossible", which is what we're looking at if ridable Pteranodons were a thing.

      Honestly I'll just be glad to have a flying mount again :)

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    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arambourgiania#/media/File:Hatzegopteryx-Witton-and-Naish-2017.png

      According to this the Quetz was far from the largest pterosaur. But these are merely speculative reconstructions so who knows

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    • Dorian1334 wrote:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arambourgiania#/media/File:Hatzegopteryx-Witton-and-Naish-2017.png

      According to this the Quetz was far from the largest pterosaur. But these are merely speculative reconstructions so who knows

      Well one thing to note is that the quetz in that picture is a smaller species of quetz, which could also be a juvelile. Quetz northropi is almost twice that size. It's incredibly misleading.

      Also, this page has better details about the largest pterosaurus. As you can see, depending on how big aram really is, it could either be much smaller or larger than quetz and hatze.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pterosaur_size

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    • I would suggest the following:

      Herbivores:

      Bonitasaura, Paralititan, Patagotitan, Edmontosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Chasmosaurus, Saurolophus, Protoceratops, Sauroposeidon, Darcenturus, Europasaurus, Saltasaurus


      Carnivores:

      Tarbosaurus, Daspletosaurus, Bahariasaurus, Megalosaurus, Chilantaisaurus, Aucasaurus, Acrocanthosaurus, Wiehenvenator, Sauroniops

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      Dorian1334 wrote:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arambourgiania#/media/File:Hatzegopteryx-Witton-and-Naish-2017.pngAccording to this the Quetz was far from the largest pterosaur. But these are merely speculative reconstructions so who knows
      Well one thing to note is that the quetz in that picture is a smaller species of quetz, which could also be a juvelile. Quetz northropi is almost twice that size. It's incredibly misleading.

      Also, this page has better details about the largest pterosaurus. As you can see, depending on how big aram really is, it could either be much smaller or larger than quetz and hatze.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pterosaur_size


      Wow... Ok sorry for the fake news.

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    • Dorian1334 wrote:
      ASDFGirl wrote:
      Dorian1334 wrote:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arambourgiania#/media/File:Hatzegopteryx-Witton-and-Naish-2017.pngAccording to this the Quetz was far from the largest pterosaur. But these are merely speculative reconstructions so who knows
      Well one thing to note is that the quetz in that picture is a smaller species of quetz, which could also be a juvelile. Quetz northropi is almost twice that size. It's incredibly misleading.

      Also, this page has better details about the largest pterosaurus. As you can see, depending on how big aram really is, it could either be much smaller or larger than quetz and hatze.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pterosaur_size


      Wow... Ok sorry for the fake news.

      It's okay, it's not your fault that someone made a misleading figure.

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    • Baryonyx Guy (I know, been awhile)-

      As much as I respect and enjoy the decision to keep everything as realistic as possible, I feel like this is kinda in the negative, although slightly. I am refferring to the idea of Utility-Features for creatures. Again, I enjoy the realism, but that can get kinda dull (For me at least). I don't think it would hurt to be slightly unrealistic and allow some creatures be able to carry items and such. This is how I think it should work (Assuming the Devs are willing to even give it a try): Large terrestrial creatures (Mammoth, Tyrannosaur, Allosaur, etc.) can be equiped with Chest Saddles that, of course, can carry as much as around a large chest's capacity. I think being able to ride the Quetz is enough, so nothing more really needs to be added. I guess large Aquatics (Mosasaur, Megalodon, etc.) can maybe be rideable when equiped with a saddle and you could survive with a Potion of Water Breathing? Maybe something like Scuba Gear for flare? These are just suggestions, and my arguement for Creature Utilities,

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    • Did someone tell you we wouldnt add chests or scuba gear? These are things we’ve literally talked about adding but just havent gotten around to. If they get added, their use would be restricted to creatures that could feasibly carry them, like anky with the chests.

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    • eotriceratos and styracosaurus 

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    • NAME: Inkayacu paracasensis

      HP: 8

      SIZE: 1 1/2 Blocks tall

      DIET: Any fish except Pufferfish (for obvious reasons)

      APPEARANCE: Reddish orange belly bordered by white w/ black back and a pattern similar to Magellanic penguins. Young are completely brown. Eggs are bluish-white with brown speckles. Males are somewhat taller than females.

      DESCRIPTION: A neutral mob, it will deal 3 damage. The young mature at 7 days and cannot swim until they become sub-adults at 4 days old. Their predators include every carnvore in the mod except Compsognathus, but they will put up a fight against Velociraptors. They prefer mid to deep water. The egg would hatch in the same manner as chicken eggs. They would sound a bit like a cross between a seagull and a donkey.

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    • Anomalocaris (one of my personal favourites)

      size: 1 block long, half a block tall

      diet: may prey on baby fish, but mabe you could add either smaller cambrian creatures or a generic fish food

      behaviour: won't attack player normally, but if attacked, will be hostile

      health/damage: 15 hp, 3 attack damage

      taming: same as the fish in the mod 

      note: despite all the references to fish i've made, anomalocaris was not  fish for those unaware of its existence 

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    • Eaglelord145 wrote:
      Anomalocaris (one of my personal favourites)

      size: 1 block long, half a block tall

      diet: may prey on baby fish, but mabe you could add either smaller cambrian creatures or a generic fish food

      behaviour: won't attack player normally, but if attacked, will be hostile

      health/damage: 15 hp, 3 attack damage

      taming: same as the fish in the mod 

      note: despite all the references to fish i've made, anomalocaris was not  fish for those unaware of its existence 

      I really like Anomalocaris too!

      Just so you know, this isn't the real suggestion thread.

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:
      Eaglelord145 wrote:
      Anomalocaris (one of my personal favourites)

      size: 1 block long, half a block tall

      diet: may prey on baby fish, but mabe you could add either smaller cambrian creatures or a generic fish food

      behaviour: won't attack player normally, but if attacked, will be hostile

      health/damage: 15 hp, 3 attack damage

      taming: same as the fish in the mod 

      note: despite all the references to fish i've made, anomalocaris was not  fish for those unaware of its existence 

      I really like Anomalocaris too!

      Just so you know, this isn't the real suggestion thread.

      What do you mean, the real suggestion thread?

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    • There's another one which most people go to. I think. I could be wrong?

      ...

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:
      There's another one which most people go to. I think. I could be wrong?

      ...

      That one filled up, hence the "New new" title.

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    • Confuciusornis should be able to sit on your shoulder, like the baby dragons from Ice and Fire

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    • Nice! We could use the same principle used by 1.12s Parrots.

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    • We need Troodon. We just do.

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    • Sitting on shoulders is a cool idea. And PLEASE NO TROODON.

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    • Can you at least specify why you hate Troodons so much? I know people think they're all clever and everything when in fact it can easily be outsmarted by a snail, but the same thing can be said about the velociraptor too. Besides, dromasaurid dinosaurs are awesome

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    • Troodon is nothing special. It's pretty much as large as a small dromaeosaurid. And then people go, "OH MY GOD TROODON I WANT TO HAVE YOUR BABIES!"

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    • Well if we're going to take popular things off the table because they're "nothing special" then we could get rid of most of our mobs. 

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    • But they're a nod to F/A's past!

      I just don't like Troodon. I'm sorry.

      Maybe a bit of it is from Jurassic Park: The Game.

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    • As if the Pteranodons weren't bad enough...Here they're basically albino nocturnal beasts with glowing eyes that can kill anything in an hour.

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    • Actually

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    • The troodon had a big brain for a dinosaur that small ,so I assume its an interesting dinosaur to say the least.

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    • 181.143.71.99 wrote:
      The troodon had a big brain for a dinosaur that small ,so I assume its an interesting dinosaur to say the least.

      Ostrich level intelligence. *applause*

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    • Sure, the smartest dromaeosaurids and troodontids had fairly superior intelligence...compared to the other dinosaurs. I'd say they were about as smart as rats or chickens, though that doesn't mean we'd be eating Tsagaan nuggets any time soon.

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    • At least you didn't say they were as smart as squirrels. Which is one of the dumbest comparesons ever.


      Did you know that squirrels are on the top 20 smartest animals ever.

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    • Birds are actually very intelligent as well.

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    • The troodons intelligence has been measured by brain to body ratio. The size of your brain does not determine their intelligence, just to to the extent they can use it. Dogs, octopus, and even ants, have been said to possess high intelligence, and their brains (and bodies) are quite small. Whales have the largest brains in the animal kingdom, but do you see them living in houses and owning pets?

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    • I know; brain to body ratio it's an ostrich.

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    • Crow was on top 10

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    • Raptorofwar wrote: I know; brain to body ratio it's an ostrich.

      But that doesn't mean it had the same IQ, that's all I'm trying to say.

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    • Didn't the ostrich have a brain smaller than it's eyeballs?

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    • Yes

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    • Try to keep things relevant to the thread topic please. You're getting farther and farther away from suggestions.

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    • Add Anomalocaris! And Pterygotus!

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    • Another suggestion!

      Protoceratops

      size: 2 blocks long, 1 block tall

      diet: Herbivorous

      predators: hunted by basically everything, other than compys

      behaviour: herding animal, will choose to flee over fight in most scenarios, maybe special animation could be included when velociraptor attacks, as a nod to the 'fighting dinosaurs' fossil

      health: 20 hp, 2.5 hearts attack damge (5 hp)

      taming: same as all herbivores

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    • More Ornithschians are needed in the mod. Another Ceratopsian would be a good idea.

      Although Paleozoics are needed more. We only have 1. And it's a living fossil fish.

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    • We do have more paleozoics and at least one ceratopsian planned :)

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    • Hi!! I present to you a list of awesome creatures I would like to see in the mod please consider to add some of them.

      1.Macrauchenia: an awesome mammal from prehistoric South America.

      Diet:Herbivorous.

      Behaviour:It won't attack, when harmed it will flee.

      2.Andrewsarchus:an ancestor of the whale and may have been  the largest carnivore mammal.

      Diet:Carnivorous.

      Behavior:Agressive (Except if it is tamed, obviously).

      3.Gigantopithecus:A giant prehstoric orangutan that looks like bigfoot.

      Diet:Herbivorous.

      Behaviour:Neutral and can climb up walls.

      4.Nuralagus Rex:A giant bunny wich inhabited an island of Spain.

      Diet:Herbivorous.

      Behavior:Passive, its mood will increase when it eats carrots.

      5.Megalania: the closest thing to real life dragons.

      Diet:Carnivorous.

      Behavior:Hostile/Agressive and tameable with scarab gem.

      Note:Megalania should have a poisonous bite like its descendence, the komodo dragon.

      6.Platypus-zilla:The recently discovered giant platypus.

      Diet:Piscivore.

      Behavior:Netral, males when they attacked deal a poison effect like normal platypuses.

      Dinos and Mezosoic and before creatures

      1.Baryonyx: A small and awesome-looking spino.

      Diet:Piscivore.

      Behavior:Aggressive,eats smaller animals and you can tame it like a spino, maybe it is not as strong,it is faster than it.

      2.Lightning Claw:Most large prehistoric carnivorous reptile found

      Diet:Carnivore.

      Behavior:WILL DESTROY ANYTHING IN ITS PATH!!!!, tame it with 2 scarab gems as only one gem would make him very OP, as it would have more attack and health than a Rex.

      3.Chilesaurus:A little bit of everything-looking dino.

      Diet:herbivore.

      Behaviour:Passive.

      4.Helicorpion:The chainsaw shark.

      Diiet:Piscivore and carnivore.

      Behavior:Aggresive you can tame it just like a liopleurodon or mosa.

      5.Longisquama: The gorgeous lizard from the triassic

      Diet:Carnivore (just eats small animal meat like chicken,compy,etc.).

      Behavior.Passive when attacks flees very fast.

      This mod is one of if not the best I know of and adding even one of this creatures should make it even more diverse,thanks for reading and keep up the amazing work!!!

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    • Chilesaurus: They already have Dryosaurus. Too similar in model and appearance.

      Lightning Claw: Bit iffy on if this one is actually a dinosaur. I found a reference to an unnamed dinosaur called this... but the article was 2 years old. It's possible this was actually Rapator, and that dinosaur is iffy as well.

      Platypus-Zilla: An even OLDER article, dating back 4 years. And a 1-2 block long platypus would not be terribly impressive. The suggestion might be worth considering, but a scientific name is required.

      Gigantopithecus: I don't like it. Just my opinion, but I don't.

      Baryonyx: I have nothing against it, but many of the devs don't. If they ever try to add it, it will be far into the future.

      The other suggestions I quite like. Keep in mind I'm not a mod dev; these are just my thoughts.

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    • here are my ideas.

      diplodocus.

      diplocaulus.

      ornithomimus (like a smaller gallimimus but faster and not rideable)

      psittacosaurus (i think thats how you spell it)

      microrapter that sits on your shoulder

      ramphoryncus

      dimorphodon

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    • Dimorphodon is planned. So is Diplodocus.

      Psittacosaurus is not confirmed, but might as well be, as the devs keep on making references to THE FLAMING PSITTACOSAURUS.

      Ornithomimus would be too similar I feel, and wouldn't add too much.

      The others I think are great. I would love a Microraptor, but I don't think sitting on one's shoulder fits for it. Maybe for the Confuciosornis?

      Diplocaulus is great. Other suggestions could be Koolasuchus, and some kind of Axolotl thing.

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    • I like the micro on shoulder idea, reminds me of prehistoric park.

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    • Or just like Minecraft Parrots.

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    • They should be able to sit on your head

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    • I wanted the archeopteryx, it would be really cool if I could leave it on your shoulder like the parrot of the new versions or what is on the shoulder of the dinosaur island map dino vet

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    • 2804:7F5:9383:353A:6519:479:F808:FAAA wrote:
      I wanted the archeopteryx, it would be really cool if I could leave it on your shoulder like the parrot of the new versions or what is on the shoulder of the dinosaur island map dino vet

      Archie sounds cool to me.

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    • It's your boy with more suggestions!

      Creature: Styracosaurus

      Diet: Herbivore

      A.I.: Styracosaurus would be a neutral herbivore. Like most herbivores, it should generally wander around, eating plants when it's hungry. If attacked, they should come to defend each other. They should be around 2.5 blocks tall and 8-9 blocks long. 


      Creature: Eustreptopondylus

      Diet: Carnivore

      A.I.: Eustreptopondylus is like a polar Allosaur of sorts, which fits in with the rest of the dinosaurs in the cold places of the world. It would be an aggressive on sight if hungry, and it's neutral if it's not hungry. They would be around 1.7-2 blocks tall and around 5-6 blocks long.

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    • Hey, it's Myon from the Discord server. Posting a few of my ideas for the mod here, if ya don't mind.

      A quick note: I give measurements in metres, which can easily be converted to blocks by just swapping out the words for each other (since one block is officially 1 metre to a side in Minecraft).

      • Brontosaurus: A real classic among dinosaurs, Brontosaurus is a herbivorous diplodocoidean. Adults can get to 20 metres long and 5 metres in height (at apex of the back; they can lift their head significantly higher than this if need be, usually for smacking opponents around with the spikes on their necks). Two Brontosaurus will not always get along with each other if in the same enclosure, and may occasionally fight. These fights are never lethal, and mostly just amount to aggressive neck-bludgeoning.
      • Moa: A colossal bird (about 3.5 metres tall) from New Zealand that went extinct during the Anthropocene, moas are mostly peaceful creatures because insular naiveté. Moas are herbivorous, and, if you're feeling adventurous, can be saddled and decorated with carpets, similarly to vanilla llamas.
      • Thalassocnus: A giant seagoing relative of the sloth, Thalassocnus is a herbivorous addition to your aquariums. At two metres long and one metre tall at the shoulder (when on land), Thalassocnus mainly just swims around looking awesome, like giant semi-aquatic sloths do.
      • Oryctodromeus: A small (about two metres long, and 0.6666 metres tall) parksosaurid ornithopod that likes digging holes. Oryctodromeus is mostly herbivorous, but if any insects are added as food, they'll eat those too. They really like to dig, and as such tend to dig holes about two to three metres deep. Oryctodromeus also has a tail covered in porcupine-esque quills (not necessarily, but I love the idea ever since I saw artwork depicting this which I intend to link soon enough).
      • Megalonyx: A massive relative of the sloth, Megalonyx is a classic of North American Pleistocene wildlife, alongside the mammoth and mastodon. Megalonyx is a herbivore, about 3 metres long and 1.5 metres tall at the shoulder, though they can easily rear up to 2.5 metres tall. They are incredibly short-tempered, and will often attack other, smaller animals for seemingly no reason. Like the aforementioned Oryctodromeus, Megalonyx is fossorial. However, Megalonyx burrows tend to be significantly deeper than those of Oryctodromeus, potentially leading to them sometimes escaping from their enclosures.
      • Kaatedocus and Europasaurus: Miniature relatives of Brontosaurus and Brachiosaurus, respectively. Kaatedocus and Europasaurus are generally for those who want sauropods in their zoo, but don't have the room for something as big as Brontosaurus or Brachiosaurus. Unlike Brontosaurus, Kaatedocus are very friendly towards one another, and enjoy being kept with other Kaatedocus.
      • Torvosaurus: A massive carnivorous dinosaur, similarly proportioned to Tyrannosaurus (albeit less heavily built). Torvosaurus generally behaves similarly to Allosaurus, albeit on a bigger scale. It will frequently attack sauropods if kept in the same enclosure as them.
      • Megalania: A massive monitor lizard, about 5 metres long. Megalania is a carnivore, and will eat just about whatever meat you feed it. Given that it is a monitor lizard, megalania also possesses a venomous bite, inflicting Poison I for about half a minute when it attacks something.
      • Ichthyovenator: A smaller relative of Spinosaurus, Ichthyovenator is generally similar to it in most aspects. The fin has a much deeper divot in it, of course. It's basically to Spinosaurus as Europasaurus is to Brachiosaurus.
      • Leaellynasaura: A small basal ornithopod, about three metres long (most of that length is tail). Leaellynasaura is covered in a coat of poofy down (not necessarily in reality, but it's fun to speculate; plus, Leaellynafloof is very popular on deviantArt, so why not show it here?), keeping it warm in cold climates. It is also nocturnal, unlike all previous animals at this point. Leaellynasaura is an omnivore, and will eat just about anything given to it.
      • Kulindadromeus: A basal member of Neornithischia, similarly sized to Oryctodromeus. A cathemeral omnivore, Kulindadromeus is partially covered in feathers, making it one of the most important dinosaur discoveries of all time. Kulindadromeus are very friendly towards each other, and like to live in groups.
      • Carnotaurus: A large carnivorous abelisaur, Carnotaurus is famous for being the other dinosaur mocked for its tiny arms. Carnotaurus is incredibly fast, and will instantly swallow just about anything it gets hungry for, making them incredibly dangerous. Carnotaurus like large open enclosures for them to run around in.
      • Gigantoraptor: A gigantic oviraptorosaur, Gigantoraptor is an omnivore about the size of Gallimimus. Gigantoraptor is able to be saddled and used as an item caddy if you're feeling particularly adventurous.
      • Hibbertopterus: A massive eurypterid that spends a lot of its time on land, Hibbertopterus is a placid herbivore. Hibbertopterus generally does what you'd expect a lazy herbivorous chelicerate distantly related to the horseshoe crab to do, which isn't very much. Still, enormous bugs are cool, right?
      • Horseshoe crab: A living fossil that can be found in oceans and, when the full moon rises, on beaches. Horseshoe crabs can be killed and cooked, but what is most valuable to someone looking to make a prehistoric zoo is the eggs, which are buried in sand exposed to the sky during a full moon. Digging up sand with buried eggs will grant you horseshoe crab eggs as well as sand, which is a valuable food source for a lot of animals.
      • Bichir: A living fossil fish that can be found in swamps. Generally acts a lot like coelacanths.
      • Tuatara: A living fossil that can be found in lush environments. Tuataras mostly are just for ambience.
      • Balaur: A large primitive bird, about the same size as Velociraptor, that has lost the ability to fly. Balaur is a herbivore, and acts a lot like the vanilla parrot, right down to the mimicking sounds of other mobs. Balaur is a peaceful creature, again because insular naiveté.
      • Argentinosaurus: A massive titanosaur, over 35 metres long and about the same height as Brachiosaurus. Argentinosaurus is a massive herbivore, too large to be attacked by anything.
      • Iguanodon: A large hadrosauriform that lives in herds. Iguanodon also likes the company of Polacanthus.
      • Polacanthus: A small ankylosaur. Polacanthus and Iguanodon live close to each other for mutual protection, which should be replicated frequently.
      • Anatosaurus: A giant hadrosaur, if the X-Rex specimen is to be believed. Anatosaurus likes to be around other hadrosaurs, particularly other Anatosaurus. They do not like Tyrannosaurus one bit, though.
      • Magyarosaurus: See "Europasaurus and Kaatedocus". Magyarosaurus is the same concept applied to Argentinosaurus.
      • Xenacanthus: A primitive shark. Mostly just swims around doing shark things. DO NOT keep this in the same enclosure as anything ichthyophagous unless you want your shark to be eaten.
      • Mapusaurus: A massive theropod, and the only natural enemy of Argentinosaurus. Mapusaurus should be kept with the same precautions taken as with Torvosaurus, Spinosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus.
      • Prionosuchus: A truly colossal amphibian. Prionosuchus will go after just about anything smaller than itself, so be careful what you keep it with.
      • Thrinaxodon: A small burrowing stem-mammal. Thrinaxodon doesn't break blocks when it digs, it just converts dirt, grass, sand, red sand, and the like into a "burrow" block that it occupies. A carnivore, Thrinaxodon likes living alongside Broomistega.
      • Broomistega: A large amphibian, though nowhere near as big as Prionosuchus. Broomistega likes living in Thrinaxodon burrows. It is recommended to keep the two species in the same enclosure together.

      Well, that's it for now. Bye~

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    • Carnotaurus and Iguanadon are confirmed

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    • Halszkaraptor: A rather odd avian-like dinosaur, with a duck-like lifestyle, it is roughly the size of a mallard duck.



      Despite its size, it uses specialized neurons in its face to detect vibrations in the water, to attack smaller, aquatic prey, such as various fish.



      They can be bred with salmon, and tamed with cod.



      Eggs are laid on land, usually in small clutches. The mother cares for her offspring until they reach a certain age, at which point, the children run off.



      Arapaima: A large fish found in jungles, this fish is a living fossil, with relatives dating as far back as 220 million years, via genetic studies.



      The fish are sometimes raised in captivity as pets, or as food. (Whole Foods even sells farm-raised arapaima as an alternative to halibut!)



      They can be bred with any fish, and they mouthbrood their offspring. When startled, the fry swim into their mother's mouth, to hide from any predators, until the threat clears.



      Glossopteris: An ancient tree-like seed fern, dating back from the permian, fossils of it are known for helping confirm the existance of pangaea. This tree prefers rather wet conditions, and does best in swamps and jungles.



      Caytonia: Another seed-fern, it seems to have flourished in wet climates, with growth being the best in swamps and jungles. Some have speculated it to be the ancestor to angiosperms, due to its striking similarities. They bear fruit-like cupules, probably to aid in animal-based dispersal. The "fruits" can be used to feed animals.



      Dromaeosauroides: A dromaeosaur from denmark, it reached a length of 3 meters, and lived in a coastal area. It was most likely a piscivore, and as such, can be bred and tamed with any fish.



      Megalodon (bivalve): A rather generic bivalve that lived from the devonian to the early jurassic. Can be reared as easy fodder for molluscivores.

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    • The devs don't actually follow 1 m-1 block.

      Lot of cool suggestions though.

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    • EtheralSnake wrote:
      Carnotaurus and Iguanadon are confirmed

      I didn't know that when I posted my ideas message. qwq

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    • A suggestion that I have is to have dinosaurs/prehistoric creatures be able to mate (not sure if they can or not). Megaloceras is comin to the game and it's just a prehistoric deer. In really life, deer (and other animals) vary in size. And the bigger and more impresive a male deer is (and their antlers), the better chance it has with landing a mate. Megaloceras can also have fights for females like how dee do in real life. This doesn't go comepletly with Megaloceras, I was just using Megaloceras as an example, (because Megaloceras has the closest counterpart today that I know of, and that I know how they get females) so if this mechanic could work with other creatures as well (with any evidence avalible). This could be awesome because in the dinopedia there could be a bar or two showing what the likley hood of them having offspring is (and how healthy/cable the child might be), and if they're in a more... mating mood. Same goes for pregnancy on females. And this next part might be a little weird, but adding mating animations could also be cool, because it can teach people how some animals mate (sort of). I hope this suggestion isn't to hard if it does come come to the mod, but it would be very cool and informitave for people. Really cool ideas could come out of this like a mating house where a male and female creature could be peared together to mate. This update (in my opinoin) should come out with the Megaloceras, because that is the creature that I used as an example. 

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    • The creatures are able to mate, believe me I've had to purge an unspeakable amount of baby creatures in my time playing this mod...

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    • Still...






      it would be a cool to add everything else...

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    • Also... MURDERER OF BABYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Megoloceras guy here. Another thing to add would be an animation for animals giving birth (via eggs or live birth). 

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    • Another AI update could be to make certain dinosaurs attack certain dinosaurs and ghave fighting animations. I just looked at the dinosaur suggestion page, and someone (Snowviraptor) suggested a Protoceratops. While describing it, he said that it could ignore BIGGER dinosaurs (T-rex, possibly Allosaurus, and possibly Spinosaurus) and the bigger dinosaurs would ignore it. Another thing that he said was that Velociraptor and Deinonychus would attack it, and the Protoceratops would run away from them (without even being attacked, I think, he didn't specify). We already have Deinonychus/Velociraptor jumping on things, but I think more fighting animations between species (or just more attacking animations) would be cool. We even have evidence of Velociraptor and Protoceratops fighting in the dunes (in the fossils they were preserved fighting). In my opinion, this would be a very good update to the game. And just like in the breeding AI suggestion (by me) I said to add it with Megaloceras, so this could probably come in with a Protoceratopss as well. Really hope this AI update makes it into the game!

      -Dogo Dude

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    • http://fossils-archeology.wikia.com/wiki/Board:Suggestions

      This isn't the most appropriate thread for feature suggestions. I recommend finding a different one or starting a new one.

      Also, we won't be adding mating anims. We might eventually add mating displays though, where they do little dances to show off. We just don't think mating anims (or birthing anims) really belong in mc. 

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    • Sorry about that. I did kinda think the mating thing would be a little weird.

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    • But something for the egg laying (this migt not be the most approprate), is that the creatures that lay eggs just squat down like they are going to sit, and when they get up, an egg apears under them? Not 100% sure this is the most approprate, but it could still add a little bit more accuracy.

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    • Instead of a mating animation, what if the male followed the female of the species, and then that counted as mating? I feel like that would be more approprate than an actual mating animation. Fun fact about that ida, some animals today do that to ward off any potenshal suters.

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    • I feel like the spinosaurus should get a quadreped form. [[1]] (there is some swearing), [[2]] (more info about spino), and [[3]] (great channel for prehistoric stuff and other things) are some sorces with evidence for the quadreped spino. In the first one there is some evidence for a biped spino, but still some quad spino. I feel an update like this would really make the spino more realistic. But like I said earlier, in the first video there is evidence for a quad spino, and a biped spino, so don't tske away the other model. Also, cna you make the spino sail more "square" like? Each video shows this. And can you make the whole spino slimmer along with the snout? Also, make the curve on the spino mouth. it just feels weird to have just a long t rex snout on a spino.

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:81E8:DDF3:1DE5:78E3 wrote:
      I feel like the spinosaurus should get a quadreped form. [[1]] (there is some swearing), [[2]] (more info about spino), and [[3]] (great channel for prehistoric stuff and other things) are some sorces with evidence for the quadreped spino. In the first one there is some evidence for a biped spino, but still some quad spino. I feel an update like this would really make the spino more realistic. But like I said earlier, in the first video there is evidence for a quad spino, and a biped spino, so don't tske away the other model. Also, cna you make the spino sail more "square" like? Each video shows this. And can you make the whole spino slimmer along with the snout? Also, make the curve on the spino mouth. it just feels weird to have just a long t rex snout on a spino.

      As there is still reason to believe it could be bipedal, like this, we are choosing to keep the bipedal version. 

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    • Maybe toggleable, like the feathers?

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    • Feathers is a minor thing that's easily configurable. An entirely different model, with probably a completely different set of animations for walking, attacking, etc... that feels a bit too large.

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    • But still. I feel like the spino model is a bit to bulky. Also, Meganeura, I agree. And Raptor, are you even in the F/A team? Because you respond to a lot of comments acting like you are one of the people behind the scenes. Just curious.

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    • Also, horray! One thing that I get an okay response from soemone that I know is a F/A creator. Aslo, can't wait for the Tanystropheus! And the Myotragus! ADn the flaming taco! (I call the PsitTACOsaurus tacos)

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    • Raptor isn't a member of the team. ASDFGirl is usually the only member of the team on the wiki these days.

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    • I am not, but I like to think I'm knowledgable.

      I'm sorry if I sound that way.

      I will now write, "I am not a mod dev" over and over again on my wiki page.

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    • I was just wondering. Also, I've never really had so many people to talk to on this.

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    • StagBeetleMaster wrote:
      My idea: Shantungosaurus/Huaxiaosaurus 

      It's a very big ornithopod (19 blocks long and 6 blocks tall at the top of it's back). It looks like a gigantic edmontosaurus. It's slow, but quite strong. It's defending itself by standing up (in this posture it's 11 bloks tall at the top of the head) and crushing it's enemy with it's huge legs. Females are pale yellow. Males are brisk yellow with leopard dot-like patterns at their side. The tummy is off-white at both genders.

      HP: 100

      Attack damage: 8,5 hearts


      Sorry for bad English, I'm Hungarian.




      Heyho! im hungarian as well! and i cant even pronounce these words! (acctually i can)

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    • maybe Psittacosaurus and Guanlong. AND WE NEED MORE PLANTS

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    • Carnivores: Microraptor, Utahraptor, Cryolophosaurus, Hatzegopteryx (or Quetzalquatlus), Dimorphodon, Megalodon, Titanoboa, Dimetrodon, Yi Qi, Coelophysis, Meganuera and "Predator X"
      Herbivores: Corythosaurus, Megatherium (ground sloth), Moa, Psittacosaurus, Arthropleura, Diplodocus, Iguanodon, Mutaburasaurus, Moscops, Placerias, Edmontonia, Plateosaurus and Doedicurus.
      I would really like to se these in the mod. (and of course more, but those are my top choises)
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    • I have an idea for when the Megalodon comes out. Megalodon fossils are only teeth because the rest of the body is made of cartilage. I can' remember if you can find the bones of a creature in the fossil blocks, but if you can, I don't think you should be able to find anything other than teeth. And if you do kill a Megalodon (not like anyone would kill something that they created) I think there should be a timer on the cartilage. Something like 100-300 minecraft days. And even if they are sitting in a chest or your inventory, they should still disappear. Hope this isn't too hard to put in the mod. And this would be more acurate than giving it bones that last forever. And on that note. I think there should be a special sort of material and chest for keeping fossils. Something that can keep the fossils in tact. And then you put it in the chest and the fossils last forever. I feel the fossils in a regular chest should be maybe last 200 minecraft days, with thee material in a regular chest 500 minecraft days, and both the specail chest and the material should last forever. But with the cartilige, I think it should last maybe 500 minecraft days. Hope that that shouldn't be to hard to put in the mod. Keep on doing a great job.

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    • what about a tasmanian tiger, a meat eating marsupial from tasmania [south from australia]? they looked like dogs with stripes. they went extinct back in the 1930's but people in both australia and tasmania reported sightings of them. the thylacine hunted singly or in pairs and mainly at night. thylacines preferred kangaroos and other marsupials, small rodents and birds. They were reported to have preyed on sheep and poultry after European colonisation, although the extent of this was almost certainly exaggerated. to me it sound kind of difficult because there are no marsupials in minecraft but yea. thylacines are my favorite animal of ALL TIME. 

      - Emmawhiskers :3

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    • I just watched a review about a series called, "Prehistoric Park". And I got some ideas for a minecraft world. 1) Can you make some of the creatures be able to be picked up? I'm not talking about something like a fully grown rex. Something more like a baby smilodon, or meganura. So just smaller creaturs. Maybe by shift, right clicking on them? 2) In the second episode (pretty sure it is the second) a mammoth is saved, and she is mourning her dead sister. It seemed that it could be cool if the dead bodys of something were still there laying on the ground or something. It could make for a really cool scene in a tar pit. 3) Many creatures in the show were not in F/A. Stuff like the Incisivosaurus, Pulmonoscorpius, and Crassigyrinus could easily get new models. But with things like the Borealosaurus, Deinosuchus, Orinithomimus, and Albertosaurus could have slight model changes to other already existing models. Maybe the Deinosuchus could be bigger (or smaller than the sarco, not sure which is bigger) than the sarco, with different colors, and a little bit of a change to the model, etc. And 4) PLEASE add in more attacking AI. In the show, One of the T-rexes attacks her brother. And in another episode, the mammoth faces of against that same T-rex. And In that same episode, the Titanosaurs (Borealosaurus) break out and set everything free.

      I think these could be cool things to add the the mod. And keep on doing the greaat work you guys are doing!

      -Doggo Dude

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    • Also, can you add an eating animation for everything? If the dead animal models are, added, then it could be cool to see a sarcosuchus tearing apart a para or something else. Sorta like the spino's killing animation, but for a different purpose.

      -Doggo Dude

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    • Also, in the series "Prehistoric Park", two smilodons are pared together to mate, do the mammals mate? And the female slinks under an open gate thta in miecraft might be about a block tall, to get to the male. Real life cats do that too. I think It would be a good thing to add to the mod.

      -Doggo Dude

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    • 2018-02-13 01.34.53

      Toxodon (Elasmotherium)

      I thought another mob from south america might be a good idea. At first i wanted to suggest a long list of mobs but i figure spamming ideas all at once is rude so i decided to show how with a simple texture edit the Elasmotherium can be turned into a Toxodon (more or less) in the hopes it might be added in similar fashion to the terror bird variants.
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    • Toxodon was in prehistoric park! And I thought it could get an entirly different model, but it could just get slight changes from the Elasmotherium (probably spelled that very wrong).

      - Doggo Dude

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    • Endarius Termina wrote:
      2018-02-13 01.34.53

      Toxodon (Elasmotherium)

      I thought another mob from south america might be a good idea. At first i wanted to suggest a long list of mobs but i figure spamming ideas all at once is rude so i decided to show how with a simple texture edit the Elasmotherium can be turned into a Toxodon (more or less) in the hopes it might be added in similar fashion to the terror bird variants.

      lol toxodon looks like a bear 

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    • Gonna give some suggestions for mobs (sorry if any these have already been confirmed / whatever other word can be used).

      -Tupuxuara delidaramus or Thalassodromeus sethi

      -Sauroposeidon (dunno if he's too large for the game)

      -Barionyx

      -Futabain

      -Megatherium

      -Anomalocaris

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    • BigRandomKaiju wrote:
      Gonna give some suggestions for mobs (sorry if any these have already been confirmed / whatever other word can be used).

      -Tupuxuara delidaramus or Thalassodromeus sethi

      -Sauroposeidon (dunno if he's too large for the game)

      -Barionyx

      -Futabain

      -Megatherium

      -Anomalocaris

      Megatherium!!!!!!

      -Doggo Dude

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    • So. We all know about Megatherium, right? It's one of my favorite prehistoric creatures and in my opinion should be in the mod. But something like special way to get a special food for certain creatures. A while ago I made a comment about adding eating animations, and it would sort of be like that. As long as the Megatherium's head isn't in leaves, this function could work. The plesiosaurus can fish to creat it's own food. I'm thinking of something similar by having the megatherium rear up on it's hind legs and do an "eating" animation where it sticks it's tongue out and scraps at a tree. As it does this, certain bugs (depending on the tree(possible future suggestion for plants, you never know)) will apear on the ground as mobs, or as items (don't care which) and then the player can pick them up, and put them into a special feeding block that can hold said insects and feed them to certain dinosaurs like the new microraptor, or something like a compy (not sure if that is accurate or not) and other creatures. This block and function does take inspration from the J/C mod, but with a new way to get the bugs. More prehistoric bugs could be in the mod too. And if a plant that could be pollonated is in the mod, bees will be on the ground around it as items. Bugs could also randomly apear in certain biomes like a grasshoper in a plains biome. And each bug can have different health benifits like say a cockroach could give the creature 10 hunger, while a taratula or something could give 30 hunger. And these bugs would be biome/tree specific. Those bugs could also be rarer that others. It could deffinetly make players travel more. This update would also make sense to be added with a Megatherium. Really hope something like this makes it into the mod, and keep up the great work you are doing F/A team!

      -Doggo dude

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:109:B5AA:E16D:D8A8 wrote:
      So. We all know about Megatherium, right? It's one of my favorite prehistoric creatures and in my opinion should be in the mod. ...

      -Doggo dude

      Suggestions for non-species features will get drowned out on a thread like this. I suggest putting them in their own thread or finding a more appropriate one.

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    • When I try to make another thread, it doesn't work. Not sure why, but it doesn't work.

      -Doggo dude

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    • http://fossils-archeology.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:63866  BOOM! New spot for AI suggestions! The only reason I'll still post here is to make suggestions for new creatures all together.

      -Doggo dude

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    • My idea,hope you guys like it

      Nundasuchus

      size:when baby,the size of a pig,when adult,bigger then player[2.7 meters to 3 meters]

      diet:piscivore and carnivore,he will hunt when hungry but can also swim and catch fish like spinosaurus

      behavior:untamed ones will attack obsviouly

      appearance:babies are white gray,adults are completely red with some parts of the body brown,theres no size and color difference between females and males

      predators:all large carnivores,deinonychus and terror birds may try to attack nundasuchus but they end very injured or dead.

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    • I think you should add paraceratherium ( I going to "steal" the structure made from IIusionary's Nundasuchus because it is has a good sentence structure)

      Name: Paraceratherium

      Health:140

      Damage:10 Health Points

      Size: Slightly shorter than the brontosaur/ brachiosaur and either the same in the width or slightly shorter and the length can be the same.

      Diet: Herbivore, It will eat the leaves of trees.

      Behavior: Passive, It will attack you if you attack it, It will travel in herds.

      Appearance: Adults: males are a slightly darkish orange Females are light orange ( Chance of albino{if you want to}) Babies: are all light orange. Elders: Light Brown

      Prey: Doesn't have an enemy or diet with creatures unless the others attack it first

      Predator: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Spinosaurus, Mosasaur (If it is the view of one), Allosaur (If The Giga/"Carchandosaur", Carno come out then make it attack the paracer) And maybe even the sarco.

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    • Hashbill wrote:
      I think you should add paraceratherium ( I going to "steal" the structure made from IIusionary's Nundasuchus because it is has a good sentence structure)

      Name: Paraceratherium

      Health:140

      Damage:10 Health Points

      Size: Slightly shorter than the brontosaur/ brachiosaur and either the same in the width or slightly shorter and the length can be the same.

      Diet: Herbivore, It will eat the leaves of trees.

      Behavior: Passive, It will attack you if you attack it, It will travel in herds.

      Appearance: Adults: males are a slightly darkish orange Females are light orange ( Chance of albino{if you want to}) Babies: are all light orange. Elders: Light Brown

      Prey: Doesn't have an enemy or diet with creatures unless the others attack it first

      Predator: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Spinosaurus, Mosasaur (If it is the view of one), Allosaur (If The Giga/"Carchandosaur", Carno come out then make it attack the paracer) And maybe even the sarco.

      goodjob stealing from someone!

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    • thanks

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    • Hashbill wrote:
      thanks

      i was being sarcastic

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    • Athrocanthosaurus 

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    • Ilusionary wrote:
      Hashbill wrote:
      thanks
      i was being sarcastic

      I am pretty sure I noticed 

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    • 2001:569:7B89:9100:4174:C178:2A41:EA59 wrote:
      Athrocanthosaurus 

      whos this athrocanthosaurus?

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    • my second idea

      Entelodon

      size:when baby,almost the size of a cow,when adult,bigger then dilophosaurus[correct me if its not too huge]

      diet:carnivore,he hunts all passive mobs and smaller dinosaurs like velociraptor and dryosaurus

      behavior:untamed ones will only attack if provoked

      appearance:babies are brown with white,adults are full brown and have red faces

      predators:all large carnivores,some entelodons may kill eachother[cannibalism]

      edit:they make cannibalism only on untamed ones

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    • Im thinking some prehistoric sharks like Helicoprion, Sarcoprion, Edestus, and Onchipristis(I dont care it's a shark in my book.) Also Mawsonia Gigas the massive coelcanth and Xiphactinus the terrifying bony fish of the cretaceous.

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    • 70.188.221.162 wrote:
      Im thinking some prehistoric sharks like Helicoprion, Sarcoprion, Edestus, and Onchipristis(I dont care it's a shark in my book.) Also Mawsonia Gigas the massive coelcanth and Xiphactinus the terrifying bony fish of the cretaceous.

      actually i think it should add 2 or 1 because its too many of them

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    • If I can only suggest 2, then my two choices are Parahelicoprion and Mawsonia.

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    • 70.188.221.162 wrote:
      Im thinking some prehistoric sharks like Helicoprion, Sarcoprion, Edestus, and Onchipristis(I dont care it's a shark in my book.) Also Mawsonia Gigas the massive coelcanth and Xiphactinus the terrifying bony fish of the cretaceous.

      Helcopion isn't a shark. Yes it is a cartalaginous fish, but that still doesn't mean it's a shark.

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    • OK, but plz add these, or just one, if one of the devs are watching(I favor Onchipristis and Mawsonia).

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    • And make it unrealistic, like the one in Jurassic World the Game.

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    • 70.188.221.162 wrote:
      And make it unrealistic, like the one in Jurassic World the Game.

      ...No???

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    • 70.188.221.162 wrote:
      And make it unrealistic, like the one in Jurassic World the Game.

      lol you think the devs can make a mod even more unrealistic or a mob like helicoprion

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    • Ilusionary wrote:
      70.188.221.162 wrote:
      And make it unrealistic, like the one in Jurassic World the Game.
      lol you think the devs can make a mod even more unrealistic or a mob like helicoprion

      ???

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      Ilusionary wrote:
      70.188.221.162 wrote:
      And make it unrealistic, like the one in Jurassic World the Game.
      lol you think the devs can make a mod even more unrealistic or a mob like helicoprion
      ???

      i´m outa here,i can´t understand people

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    • What about the bird teratornis. I really like this bird due to the place it lived, California. It would be best implemented as not killing anything larger than a compsognathus, but would eat meat off the ground before thinking about killing. It is pretty much a big vulture, but done right can make the mod more lively.

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    • How about adding a head comb to the Deinonychus? I saw it in a trailer for an upcoming EXTREMELY ACCURATE game and thought it'd be a good idea :P

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    • JWE kinda messed up there.

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    • I've seen it, honestly I don't see why people are so disgusted with it.

      Yeah it looks weird but I'd rather have that than make it a reskin of the velociraptor.

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    • FeaReaper 09 wrote:
      I've seen it, honestly I don't see why people are so disgusted with it.

      Yeah it looks weird but I'd rather have that than make it a reskin of the velociraptor.

      They both have different (and probably very similar anatomy) bodies and they could have gone the way giving it an ACCURATE anatomy. It also looks different because of the colors.

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    • Athrocanthosaurus please

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    • Lyviatan Mervillei pls.




      Also can someone give an estimated date for the next update

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    • π Kelvin.

      No.

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    • Indoraptor plz :P

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    • Yeah Stegoceratops 2

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    • Dorian1334 wrote:
      Indoraptor plz :P

      You d realize these people are trying to make the creatures plausable, right?

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:ED23:697F:BAC7:91AE wrote:
      Dorian1334 wrote:
      Indoraptor plz :P
      You d realize these people are trying to make the creatures plausable, right?

      You realize that this is a joke, right?

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    • How about Drepanosaurus (One of my Fav non Dinos) 

      You know the Tree Dwelling, Hook tailed, Probably Insect eating, Reptile Sloth Monkey?

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    • Tree Creeper! naaah just kidding... what abuot a creature, that is lesser known that the others.... like:

      -Arizonasaur

      -Irritator

      -Sea Scorpions! (forgot the name if it...) and yeah, sea scorpions are pretty known so yeah...

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    • BigRandomKaiju wrote:
      Gonna give some suggestions for mobs (sorry if any these have already been confirmed / whatever other word can be used).

      -Tupuxuara delidaramus or Thalassodromeus sethi

      -Sauroposeidon (dunno if he's too large for the game)

      -Barionyx

      -Futabain

      -Megatherium

      -Anomalocaris

      first up, you wrote BARYONYX WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • sea scorpions! Or as i like to call them, eurypterids!

      I'm so alone...

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    • Hi, these are my Ideas :)

      1. Megaladon, I think it would be good to add more marine life, plus Megaladon is very iconic and very interesting.

      2. Deinosuchus, I love the Sarcosuchus model and I think it could be interesting having two Crocodilians in the pack and also they're both very different Crocodilians.

      3. Baryonxy, there’s already Spinosaurus in the mod and I think Baryonxy would be a good choice also, 1. because it's not as well known as Spinosaurus and 2. Because it also thrives on fish but is a smaller size so could be easier kept.

      4. Leedsichthys, the biggest fish ever recorded, as stated previously i think there should be more marine life and Leedsichthys would be a very cool animal/fish to keep.

      5. Dunkleosteus, Dunkeleosteus was an Armoured fish (Basically a tank) and if you do add in more marine life I think it would also be a good choice along with Leedsichthys and Megaladon.

      6. Gigantopithecus, Gigantopithecus would be a very unique creature in the Mod and could be a semi docile Mob that enjoys hanging around in forest's. 

      7. Titanoboa, this one might be a bit hard to model, animate, code and implement effectively. I do admit this one is because I extremely like the Titanoboa but I think it could be very cool if it was done right.

      8. Orthocone, I think this one could be like a bigger and different version of the Nautilus.

      9. Archaeopteryx, Archaeopteryx is hands down my favourite extinct animal, except maybe Other birds (I Like Birds :)) I think it would be interesting in comparison to other flying creatures already implemented in the game.

      10. Arthropleura, this could be an early edition into Palaeozoic Creatures, I think it would be cool to have crawling over Logs and other blocks.

      11. Megalania, I think this could work because it was a Very Large Lizard that prayed on anything smaller then it such as Large Flightless Birds (Terror Birds Could Be Prey) 

      12. Longisquama, I don't know how well Longisquama could be implemented but it is very curious.

      13. ANYTHING FROM THE CAMBRIAN, Animal's from the Cambrian are very intresting and bizare to look at, they also could be used to add more diversity to the water. I'd recomened animals like Trilobites, Eurypterid, Canadia, Pikaia, Leanchoilia, Marrella, Hallucigenia, Eldonia, Dinomischus, Olenoides, Anomalocaris, Opabinia.



      Thanks for Listening and i hope you take some into consideration :)

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    • Definitely confirmed: Megalodon, Titanoboa, Arthropleura

      Pretty likely: Baryonyx, Leedsicthys, Dunkleosteus, Megalania

      Deinosuchus is probably not coming, given that the mod already has a giant crocodile. Or is it an alligator? I need to check.

      -Note: I am not a dev.

      -Edit: MEGALANIA IS NOW CONFIRMED!

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    • there will be no trucks, guns, and diseases, the mod devs want to make it more kid friendly.

      http://fossils-archeology.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Shadow_and_Yu/Disease/Injury_for_animals_suggestion

      there will be no mobs that are too similar to a mob already in the mod.

      there will be skin variations in the form of melanism, albinism etc.

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    • Anon, please stop posting the same things everywhere on the wiki. People WILL see it if you post it just once. I'll be deleting any reposts I see. Also, please keep your posts ON TOPIC. This thread if for species suggestions only. If you want to suggest anything other than a species, choose another thread or make your own.

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    • I have a suggestion one of the biggest dinosaurs ever walk the earth argentinosaurus would a very interesting addition because it would the first titanosaur if added

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      Anon, please stop posting the same things everywhere on the wiki. People WILL see it if you post it just once. I'll be deleting any reposts I see. Also, please keep your posts ON TOPIC. This thread if for species suggestions only. If you want to suggest anything other than a species, choose another thread or make your own
      srry bout that...
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    • a kentro would make a cool addition.

      maybe gigantoraptor. we dont have a large omnivore from the last time i checked. could be being an idiot tho

      diabloceratops could be the low health high attack ceratopsian (my personal fav besides xenoceratops).

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    • Uh hi everyone... I haven't been here for a while so hi. A while ago when I first came to this wiki, I complained that the allosaurus didn't change enough in that giant update a while ago. Asdf Girl said that one of the reasons it didn't change was because it as accurate. SOme of the creatures in this mod aren't that accurate themselves. The first one being ceratosaurus. Ceratosaurus had 3 'horns' on its head. One being on the end of its snout, and the other two infront of the eyes (not above). These 'horns' would have had a layer or ceratin (pretty sure) which would make them bigger. The 'horns' on the ceratosaurus in this mod has tiny stubs, when they would have been bigger in real life, and possibly have been brightly colored. Another creature that is also even more inaccurate is the spinosurus. The sail is wrong. It would have been moore rectangular than a it is now. It also has a very short tail. Spinosaurus was very long, and if it did walk on two legs, that tail would have to be way longer, to help it balance. It's also way to chubby. The head was slim and had conical teeth, like other spinosaurs. The whole body in general is probably too wide. The snout also doesn't have the right curve to the front of it. The crest on the snout is also simalar to the ceratosaurus, where it would be bigger and possibly brightly colored. Another thing is that the carno is way to chubby, and has an inaccurate head. The head would have been way slimer, along with the body. The final thing is something that plagues the creatures of this mod : a really short tail. The tail of some of these creatures are way to small. These include the compy, the pachy, and the dryo (just to name a few). Most of the creatures that are like this would probably have a hard time standing up without falling. Also, a lot of the creatures in this mod are way to chubby. I'm not trying to put down the F/A team, I honestly respect what they do. I'm trying to show what is wrong with their creatures to help them imporve them. 

      Your truly, Doggo dude

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    • That is not a suggestion for new creatures. REALLY people, KEEP ON TOPIC. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO SAY, MAKE A NEW THREAD.

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      That is not a suggestion for new creatures. REALLY people, KEEP ON TOPIC. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO SAY, MAKE A NEW THREAD.

      Uhh, wrong thread?

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    • Wolf7104 wrote:

      ASDFGirl wrote:
      That is not a suggestion for new creatures. REALLY people, KEEP ON TOPIC. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO SAY, MAKE A NEW THREAD.

      Uhh, wrong thread?

      ???

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:

      Wolf7104 wrote:

      ASDFGirl wrote:
      That is not a suggestion for new creatures. REALLY people, KEEP ON TOPIC. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO SAY, MAKE A NEW THREAD.
      Uhh, wrong thread?
      ???

      That is the New New Prehistoric Creature Suggestions...

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    • Wolf7104 wrote: That is the New New Prehistoric Creature Suggestions...

      And the person they replied to wasn't suggesting a new creature.

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    • Mushroomsock wrote:
      Wolf7104 wrote:
      ASDFGirl wrote:

      Wolf7104 wrote:



      ASDFGirl wrote:
      That is not a suggestion for new creatures. REALLY people, KEEP ON TOPIC. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO SAY, MAKE A NEW THREAD.
      Uhh, wrong thread?
      ???
      That is the New New Prehistoric Creature Suggestions...
      And the person they replied to wasn't suggesting a new creature.

      See what I've highlighted. Again, it may be a spelling error and dumb me is overreacting. Come to think of it, it's probably that. But I also didn't see anyone not on topic who hadn't been adressed yet. 

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    • Wolf7104 wrote: See what I've highlighted. Again, it may be a spelling error and dumb me is overreacting. Come to think of it, it's probably that. But I also didn't see anyone not on topic who hadn't been adressed yet. 

      Look at the comment above the one you highlighted. It's not a suggestion for new creatures. There's no spelling error.

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    • Mushroomsock wrote:
      Wolf7104 wrote: See what I've highlighted. Again, it may be a spelling error and dumb me is overreacting. Come to think of it, it's probably that. But I also didn't see anyone not on topic who hadn't been adressed yet. 
      Look at the comment above the one you highlighted. It's not a suggestion for new creatures.

      Oh...Yeah it was dumb me not being able to read properly XD

      And I just realized what an ironic situation we are in to be this off topic. lmfao

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    • Well, to get back on topic, I might as well suggest Chalicotherium.

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      That is not a suggestion for new creatures. REALLY people, KEEP ON TOPIC. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO SAY, MAKE A NEW THREAD.

      Sorry, but I never really took into consideration what this thread was called, nor do I know a different thread that this would be acceptable. I was just trying to show what was wrong with the creatures. When I saw you yelling at people because they weren't staying on topic, I thought you meant that they were having a conversation, so I never actually realized that my AI suggestions were "Off topic", nor did I think that would be. And why does me giving constructive critisism change the situation??? A while back I posted something about a new food source for creatures (And the megatherium but don't use that in your argument, you know that the main part of that was about the bugs), and you didn't start violently yelling at me. 

      Btw, don't tell me to get back on topic, I'm not even trying to start a conversation, just apologizing, and showing you that you change a lot depending on the situation.

      -Doggo dude

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:F8F1:85B2:D947:2CD0 wrote:

      showing you that you change a lot depending on the situation. -Doggo dude

      Yeah, that's how life works. Plus I just graduated college, so I actually have time to monitor what people are posting here.

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    • Acrocanthosaurus, Yutyrannus, Baryonx, Eryops, Argentinosaurus, and Tylosaurus

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    • 2601:601:4480:840B:E928:4713:9EE8:6349 wrote:
      Acrocanthosaurus, Yutyrannus, Baryonx, Eryops, Argentinosaurus, and Tylosaurus

      HAHAHAHAHA.

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    • How about the only Biologically Perfect Organism the Armadillosuchus?

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    • Ooo what about the Large Filter feeding Croc?

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    • Carno

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    • Carnotaurus is planned.

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    • Procoptodon, Mastodon, Uintatherium, Indricotherium, Buitreraptor, Camarasaurus and Caudipteryx

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      2605:A000:A487:4C00:F8F1:85B2:D947:2CD0 wrote:

      showing you that you change a lot depending on the situation. -Doggo dude

      Yeah, that's how life works. Plus I just graduated college, so I actually have time to monitor what people are posting here.

      Congratulations on getting through college!

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:
      2601:601:4480:840B:E928:4713:9EE8:6349 wrote:
      Acrocanthosaurus, Yutyrannus, Baryonx, Eryops, Argentinosaurus, and Tylosaurus
      HAHAHAHAHA.

      How is it funny, and or bad (based on the situation).

      -Doggo dude

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    • Gigantoraptor

      size: 5 blocks tall when adult,and 1,5 blocks tall when baby

      diet:omnivore,he eats plants,seeds,fruits,and meat

      behavior: adults will attack you if a baby is near,they will eat plants or hunt small mobs when hungry

      appearance: males are brown with blue feathers on head and tail,females are red with blue feathers,babies are gray with no feathers

      predators: all large carnivores



      and my idea is that dinosaurs have a new behavior that untamed[and tamed] ones that have a baby or eggs,will attack any player or mob that approaches near[because why not make it realistic]

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    • Indoraptor :P

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    • Dorian1334 wrote: Indoraptor :P

      Hell no.

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    • why people are so obssesed with indoraptor,ITS JUST A DINOSAUR,ITS NOT A GOD!

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    • It ain't a dinosaur.

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    • You know they're joking, right?

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    • Yes.

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    • I would like amphicoelias, shastasaurus, and Paraceratherium.

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:
      It ain't a dinosaur.

      wtf

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    • Ilusionary wrote:
      why people are so obssesed with indoraptor,ITS JUST A DINOSAUR,ITS NOT A GOD!

      Weeeeellllll

      The pop culture definition of a dinosaur is: di·no·saur noun 1.a fossil reptile of the Mesozoic era, often reaching an enormous size.

      So it really wouldn't count as a dinosaur. Let alone what a dinosaur actually is. So the indoraptor isn't a dinosaur, just a mash-up of a bunch of them.

      -Doggo dude

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    • add Ornithilestis as a smaller Dromeasoridae, Iguanodon as a new subgroup (Iguanodonts), and Corythosaurus as another Hadrosaurid

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    • i would like the update 7.3.3 1.7.10plz

      plz add this dinosaurs

      carnivores;

      baryonyx

      carnotaurus

      giganantosaur

      sushomimus

      utahraptor

      herbivores;

      antercautropeuta

      diplodocus

      erlikosaur

      deinocheirus

      styracosaur

      puertasaur

      camarasaur

      aguatic reptil;

      pliosaur

      basilisaur

      leedsichthys

      fly reptil;

      quertzalquatlus

      pterosaur

      pterodaustro

      hartzeopteryx

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    • 66.189.92.154 wrote:
      add Ornithilestis as a smaller Dromeasoridae, Iguanodon as a new subgroup (Iguanodonts), and Corythosaurus as another Hadrosaurid

      2804:14D:4CA6:8FAB:5DCA:B7DC:37CE:BDC1 wrote: i would like the update 7.3.3 1.7.10plz

      plz add this dinosaurs

      carnivores;

      baryonyx

      carnotaurus

      giganantosaur

      sushomimus

      utahraptor

      herbivores;

      antercautropeuta

      diplodocus

      erlikosaur

      deinocheirus

      styracosaur

      puertasaur

      camarasaur

      aguatic reptil;

      pliosaur

      basilisaur

      leedsichthys

      fly reptil;

      quertzalquatlus

      pterosaur

      pterodaustro

      hartzeopteryx

      You two must really not keep up to date on FA news. To anon 1: We aren't updating to 1.7.10 anymore; next update is 1.12.2. Both ornitholestes and iguanodon are confirmed, and we are also adding lambeosaurus which is pretty similar to corythosaurus. To anon 2: Carno, giganoto, diplodocus, styraco, basilo, quetz, and pterodaustro are confirmed already. Several of your other suggestions are just too similar to things we already have in the mod or are too hard to read.

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    • Some Carboniferous creatures such as Griffinflies, Arthropleura, or Mesothelae (Giant Spider). Other ideas include Sea Scorpians and leviathan melvillei (A massive carnivorous whale).

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    • 2804:14D:4CA6:8FAB:5DCA:B7DC:37CE:BDC1 wrote: i would like the update 7.3.3 1.7.10plz

      plz add this dinosaurs

      carnivores;

      baryonyx

      carnotaurus

      giganantosaur

      sushomimus

      utahraptor

      herbivores;

      antercautropeuta

      diplodocus

      erlikosaur

      deinocheirus

      styracosaur

      puertasaur

      camarasaur

      aguatic reptil;

      pliosaur

      basilisaur

      leedsichthys

      fly reptil;

      quertzalquatlus

      pterosaur

      pterodaustro

      hartzeopteryx

      Basilosaurus isn't a reptile, it's a mammal, more specifically, a whale. And leedsicthys is a fish.

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    • 2804:14D:4CA6:8FAB:5DCA:B7DC:37CE:BDC1 wrote:
      i would like the update 7.3.3 1.7.10plz

      plz add this dinosaurs

      carnivores;

      baryonyx

      carnotaurus

      giganantosaur

      sushomimus

      utahraptor

      herbivores;

      antercautropeuta

      diplodocus

      erlikosaur

      deinocheirus

      styracosaur

      puertasaur

      camarasaur

      aguatic reptil;

      pliosaur

      basilisaur

      leedsichthys

      fly reptil;

      quertzalquatlus

      pterosaur

      pterodaustro

      hartzeopteryx

      1) Almost none of those are spelled correctly, nor is your grammer very good.

      2) Why list "Pterosaur"?! That isn't even it's own genus! Neither is pliosaur, basilosaur, puetrosaur, camarosaur, erlikosaur, sushomimus, or giganotosaaur.

      3) A lot of those are planned. Most of the "fly reptil" creatures are planed.

      -Doggo dude

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    • I would like to see Edestus, Otodus megaselacus Michelinoceras,Jeholopterus,Anomalocaris,DunkleosteusSstetacanthus Koolasuchus,Diplocaulus.Prionosuchus,Titanoboa,Purrussaurus,Pelagornis Argentavis,Inostracevia,Yutyrannus,Thylacoleo,Diprotodon,Arthropleura, Pulmonoscorpius,Archelon,Carbonemys,Edaphosaurus Ps : i have more creaturez in stock but it is already a big list so I don't say more coz i dont wanna give the devs more work time😉😅

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    • Titanoboa and arthopleura are already confermed. So is edaphosaurus.

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    • Spino gaming wrote:
      sea scorpions! Or as i like to call them, eurypterids!

      I'm so alone...

      You are not alone!

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    • Theyokaikid wrote:
      Some Carboniferous creatures such as Griffinflies, Arthropleura, or Mesothelae (Giant Spider). Other ideas include Sea Scorpians and leviathan melvillei (A massive carnivorous whale).

      Griffinflies (if I can remember correctly) are meganura, which is already confirmed. Arthropleura is also confirmed.

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    • Mamenchisaurus: the biggest creature in the mod, cannot be Tamed.

      Monolophosaurus: cannot be ridden, but cou can give it orders with a special item, maybe attack nearby mobs, stand guard.

      Plateosaurus: Primitive Triassic Herbivore, can be ridden but its slow, has a lot of hunger points so its like a camel, great for exploring in deserts

      Beelzebufo, will scare other amphibious creatures

      Suchomimus or Irritator, can be ridden, tamed with a whip, but is weaker than the Spino.

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Mamenchisaurus: the biggest creature in the mod, cannot be Tamed.

      Monolophosaurus: cannot be ridden, but cou can give it orders with a special item, maybe attack nearby mobs, stand guard.

      Plateosaurus: Primitive Triassic Herbivore, can be ridden but its slow, has a lot of hunger points so its like a camel, great for exploring in deserts

      Beelzebufo, will scare other amphibious creatures

      Suchomimus or Irritator, can be ridden, tamed with a whip, but is weaker than the Spino.

      Plateosaurus is planned.

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    • You need lesser known Dinosaurs? GIGANTSPINOSAURUS

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    • Torvosaurus

      size: 2 blocks taller then allosaurus,but 2 blocks smaller in lenght[allosaurus could grow up to 12 meters,torvosaurus only 10]

      diet: carnivore,he hunts everything smaller then him,even other predators

      behavior: untamed ones will attack you[i don´t need to say this because you guys already know a untamed creature WILL ATTACK YOU],like other big carnivores,he is tamed with a scarab gem,and he takes 11 days to grow on a adult

      appearance: adults are full red,except on head and chest that is white,females are larger then males,and babies are greyish brown

      predators: only spinosaurus and t.rex

      special: torvosaurus will attack allosaurus and ceratosaurus,as paleontologists think they lived in same place and fought each other

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    • Balaur

      size: 2 blocks lenght and 1 block tall

      diet: carnivore,as he is small,he only hunts chickens,pigs and compsognathus

      behavior: untamed ones will jump on you to attack

      appearance: adults have feathers on head to tail,chest is white,back is brown and the head and legs are red,babies are greyish white with feathers on tail

      predators: all carnivores

      special: Balaur has the ability to climb small trees,serving as shelter for them

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    • Honestly if the pteranodon is rideable and can carry a human on it easily which it shouldn’t, a Quetzalcoatlus is more than capable of carrying a human and a chest. And if that doesn’t work th en add in an argentavis or haste eagle which would be to weak to be ridden but still strong enough to carry a chest or small saddlebag of some sort

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    • 2600:1008:B003:64BA:3842:643A:FC21:583A wrote:
      Honestly if the pteranodon is rideable and can carry a human on it easily which it shouldn’t, a Quetzalcoatlus is more than capable of carrying a human and a chest. And if that doesn’t work th en add in an argentavis or haste eagle which would be to weak to be ridden but still strong enough to carry a chest or small saddlebag of some sort

      What? Are you replying to some comment here and forgot to quote it? Pteranodon ISN'T rideable but Quetz WILL BE. 

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    • Gigantoraptor:

      Size: 8 blocks long, 4.5 blocks tall;

      Diet: Omnivore

      Features: Neutral, can be tamed with a whip and is rideable, when tamed it can be equipped with a chest, and can carry 10 items.

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    • You should add the Baryonyx

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    • i would add icthyovenator if i were to add another spinosaur personaly.

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Gigantoraptor:

      Size: 8 blocks long, 4.5 blocks tall;

      Diet: Omnivore

      Features: Neutral, can be tamed with a whip and is rideable, when tamed it can be equipped with a chest, and can carry 10 items.

      not a bad idea

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    • My suggestions for mod. I looked previous posts and tried not to repeat.

      1. Polacanthus

      2. Rugops

      3. Leaellynasaura

      4. Deinocheirus

      5. Saltasaurus

      6. Dracorex

      7. Desmatosuchus

      8. Protoceratops

      9. Glyptodon

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    • Domovyonok wrote:
      My suggestions for mod. I looked previous posts and tried not to repeat. I've thought about every animal to make it unique.

      1. Polacanthus

      2. Rugops

      3. Leaellynasaura

      4. Deinocheirus

      5. Saltasaurus

      6. Dracorex

      7. Desmatosuchus

      8. Protoceratops

      9. Glyptodon

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    • You should add Torosaurus

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    • Troodon. And by Troodon, I mean Troodon. Not this Stenonchycrap people are talking about.

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    • Any chances of proceratosaurus?

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    • ADrunkMeganeura wrote:
      Troodon. And by Troodon, I mean Troodon. Not this Stenonchycrap people are talking about.

      Troodon won't be in the mod, because it is now considered a dubious genus

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    • ADrunkMeganeura wrote:
      Troodon. And by Troodon, I mean Troodon. Not this Stenonchycrap people are talking about.

      Lol grow up

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    • ADrunkMeganeura wrote: Troodon. And by Troodon, I mean Troodon. Not this Stenonchycrap people are talking about.

      Alright, they'll consider doing it when Ceratops is added to the mod ;)

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    • talking about dromaeosaurids, Latenivenatrix,

      size: adult: 1.6 blocks tall, 3.5 blocks long.

      hunting behavior: when aggressive towards a mob, it slowly creeps up on it, and then,it pounces on the prey animal,

      Habitat(mood will increase in environment): spruce trees and flat plains, with tall grass

      Notocolossus:

      feature: when tamed its able to carry 2 chests, capacity: 36 slots, can be ridden

      size: 8.5 blocks tall, 24 blocks long

      Habitat: likes a lot of trees (dark oak or spruce)

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote: talking about dromaeosaurids, Latenivenatrix,

      size: adult: 1.6 blocks tall, 3.5 blocks long.

      hunting behavior: when aggressive towards a mob, it slowly creeps up on it, and then,it pounces on the prey animal,

      Habitat(mood will increase in environment): spruce trees and flat plains, with tall grass

      Notocolossus:

      feature: when tamed its able to carry 2 chests, capacity: 36 slots, can be ridden

      size: 8.5 blocks tall, 24 blocks long

      Habitat: likes a lot of trees (dark oak or spruce)

      That's a troodontid...

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    • PCAwesomeness wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote: talking about dromaeosaurids, Latenivenatrix,

      size: adult: 1.6 blocks tall, 3.5 blocks long.

      hunting behavior: when aggressive towards a mob, it slowly creeps up on it, and then,it pounces on the prey animal,

      Habitat(mood will increase in environment): spruce trees and flat plains, with tall grass

      Notocolossus:

      feature: when tamed its able to carry 2 chests, capacity: 36 slots, can be ridden

      size: 8.5 blocks tall, 24 blocks long

      Habitat: likes a lot of trees (dark oak or spruce)

      That's a troodontid...

      and what about Notocolossus? hm? is that a troodontid????????

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    • Xuwulong

      Habitat: Jungle, swampland

      size: 5 blocks long 2 blocks tall

      AI: it has a herding ai like Gallimimus, sometimes Timid, sometimes Territorial. when it senses a carnivore that is nearby, it will flee slowly, and if the predator is about 16 blocks away (1chunk) it will run with full speed.

      HP: 30

      DMG:2.5 hearts

      Diet: Herbivore

      Predators: Allosaurus Spinosaurus Tyrannosaurus Velociraptor Sarcosuchus Dilophosaurus and Deinonychus

      Unenlagia

      Habitat: Spruce Forest with ferns

      size: 3.5 blocks long 1 block tall

      AI: its aggressive, when focused on a mob or player it will quickly rush in and slash the entity with its claws to death, but when its on low health, it runs away from dangerous creatures.

      HP: 16

      DMG: 3 hearts

      Diet Carnivore
      Unenlagia

      Unenlagia

      Xuwulong

      Xuwulong

      Predators: all apex carnivores

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    • oh and Borealopelta

      size: 6 blocks long, 2 blocks tall

      AI: its territorial, really territorial; when tamed it can be ridden, its a bit faster than the anky but it has less HP and DMG

      HP: 45 Hearts

      DMG: 2.5 hearts

      Diet: Herbivore

      Predators: all Apex carnivores, Deinonychus, Dilophosaurus

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      2600:1008:B003:64BA:3842:643A:FC21:583A wrote:
      Honestly if the pteranodon is rideable and can carry a human on it easily which it shouldn’t, a Quetzalcoatlus is more than capable of carrying a human and a chest. And if that doesn’t work th en add in an argentavis or haste eagle which would be to weak to be ridden but still strong enough to carry a chest or small saddlebag of some sort
      What? Are you replying to some comment here and forgot to quote it? Pteranodon ISN'T rideable but Quetz WILL BE. 

      It might still be a little dificult for a quetz to carry a human :/

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    • Domovyonok wrote:
      My suggestions for mod. I looked previous posts and tried not to repeat.

      1. Polacanthus

      2. Rugops

      3. Leaellynasaura

      4. Deinocheirus

      5. Saltasaurus

      6. Dracorex

      7. Desmatosuchus

      8. Protoceratops

      9. Glyptodon

      Dracorex is a juvenile pachycephalosaurus :P

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      PCAwesomeness wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote: talking about dromaeosaurids, Latenivenatrix,

      size: adult: 1.6 blocks tall, 3.5 blocks long.

      hunting behavior: when aggressive towards a mob, it slowly creeps up on it, and then,it pounces on the prey animal,

      Habitat(mood will increase in environment): spruce trees and flat plains, with tall grass

      Notocolossus:

      feature: when tamed its able to carry 2 chests, capacity: 36 slots, can be ridden

      size: 8.5 blocks tall, 24 blocks long

      Habitat: likes a lot of trees (dark oak or spruce)

      That's a troodontid...

      and what about Notocolossus? hm? is that a troodontid????????

      I was talking about Latenivenatrix because you called it a dromaeosaur.

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    • PCAwesomeness wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      PCAwesomeness wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote: talking about dromaeosaurids, Latenivenatrix,

      size: adult: 1.6 blocks tall, 3.5 blocks long.

      hunting behavior: when aggressive towards a mob, it slowly creeps up on it, and then,it pounces on the prey animal,

      Habitat(mood will increase in environment): spruce trees and flat plains, with tall grass

      Notocolossus:

      feature: when tamed its able to carry 2 chests, capacity: 36 slots, can be ridden

      size: 8.5 blocks tall, 24 blocks long

      Habitat: likes a lot of trees (dark oak or spruce)

      That's a troodontid...
      and what about Notocolossus? hm? is that a troodontid????????
      I was talking about Latenivenatrix because you called it a dromaeosaur.

      ok

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      • Can't really be bothered scrolling through all 3 threads to check if this has already been suggested but hey*
      • Mamenchisaurus
      • diet: Herbivore
      • height: 11 blocks (I was a bit surprised) Length: 20 blocks
      • preyed on by: Giganotosaurus
      • Behaviours: Would mostly just plod around not caring for anything, eating some trees, catching up with old pals, just sauropod stuff. Might go for the occasional light jog when a giganotosaurus is barrelling towards it.
      • Taming: Same as all other herbivores
      • reason it should be in the mod: Obviously more sauropods is a no-brainer, but many sauropods are very similar to each other. A more unique sauropod, like mamenchisaurus, would add more to the mod. Also, who doesn't want to see that ridiculous neck in block form?
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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:5044:8953:B94D:253A wrote:
      ASDFGirl wrote:
      2600:1008:B003:64BA:3842:643A:FC21:583A wrote:
      Honestly if the pteranodon is rideable and can carry a human on it easily which it shouldn’t, a Quetzalcoatlus is more than capable of carrying a human and a chest. And if that doesn’t work th en add in an argentavis or haste eagle which would be to weak to be ridden but still strong enough to carry a chest or small saddlebag of some sort
      What? Are you replying to some comment here and forgot to quote it? Pteranodon ISN'T rideable but Quetz WILL BE. 
      It might still be a little dificult for a quetz to carry a human :/

      Yeah, but we're still gonna let you ride it.

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    • Eaglelord145 wrote:

      • Can't really be bothered scrolling through all 3 threads to check if this has already been suggested but hey*
      • Mamenchisaurus
      • diet: Herbivore
      • height: 11 blocks (I was a bit surprised) Length: 20 blocks
      • preyed on by: Giganotosaurus
      • Behaviours: Would mostly just plod around not caring for anything, eating some trees, catching up with old pals, just sauropod stuff. Might go for the occasional light jog when a giganotosaurus is barrelling towards it.
      • Taming: Same as all other herbivores
      • reason it should be in the mod: Obviously more sauropods is a no-brainer, but many sauropods are very similar to each other. A more unique sauropod, like mamenchisaurus, would add more to the mod. Also, who doesn't want to see that ridiculous neck in block form?

      I agree with this suggestion, but honestly, I'd expect Mamenchisaurus to turn Giganotosaurus into a quivering pile of goo.

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    • Magyarosuchus

      -HP (in Hearts) 20

      -DMG (in hearts) 4

      -Nature: Territorial

      -Tamed with: Whip

      -Rideable

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    • Off of the magyarosuchus suggested by Antlion, Lets go for Magyarosaurus! -HP: 20 points (10 hearts) -Height: 2 blocks -length: 6 blocks -preyed on by: ceratosaurus and bigger -Taming: same as all herbivores -Behaviours: just your average sauropod, except 5x smaller -Reasons it should be in mod: a smol sauropod would add more variety to the medium sized herbivores.

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    • Are we ever gonna get more hadrosaurs? Corythosaurus, edmontosaurus, hadrosaurus, etc, would all be good editions to the mod. Because I know I'm not the only person who loves edmontosaurus.

      - Doggo dude

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:A8A3:7A9A:8948:D475 wrote: Are we ever gonna get more hadrosaurs? Corythosaurus, edmontosaurus, hadrosaurus, etc, would all be good editions to the mod. Because I know I'm not the only person who loves edmontosaurus.

      - Doggo dude

      You are right about one thing. You are not the only one who loves Edmontosaurus. It is my personal favorite hadrosaur and I would like to see one in game as well.
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    • Creature Suggestions?
      Dolichorhynchops - Marine reptile, plesiosaur
      Dominickus - insect, Butterfly-moth
      Labidiosuchus - Crocodylomorph
      Olorotitan - Dinosaur, hadrosaur (lambeosaur)

      I hope I didn't put any repeats.

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    • Eaglelord145 wrote:
      Off of the magyarosuchus suggested by Antlion, Lets go for Magyarosaurus!

      -HP: 20 points (10 hearts) -Height: 2 blocks -length: 6 blocks -preyed on by: ceratosaurus and bigger -Taming: same as all herbivores -Behaviours: just your average sauropod, except 5x smaller -Reasons it should be in mod: a smol sauropod would add more variety to the medium sized herbivores.

      yeee! finally a dinosaur that lived in my homeland!

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    • Mamenchisaurus/Argentinosaurus/Dreadnoughtus for sauropods

      Kaprosuchus

      Metriorhynchus

      Ammonite :P

      Nephila Jurassica/Pulmonoscorpius

      Elasmosaurus

      Antarctopelta

      And at last but not least, TRATAYENIA

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    • trilobite... Trilobite... WE NEED TRILOBITES!

      Trilobite:

      Timid, cannot swim, walks around on the ocean floor

      HP: 3-6 hearts

      Comes in different sizes

      Length:1-3 blocks

      Height:0.5 Blocks

      Colors: Female Brown; Male Light Brown with black stripes;

      Untamable.

      Xiphactinus:

      Aggressive: slikes deep water

      DMG: 3.5 hearts

      HP: 20 Hearts

      Tamable with: Aquatic Scarab gem, Rideable.

      Colors: Female Light Gray with black spots; Male Light Gray with Pink underbelly.

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    • i know, there will be no more living fossils, but... but........

      Horseshoe Crab:

      HP: 4 hearts

      DMG: none

      Colors: Female Brown; Male Gray

      Timid, cannot be tamed;

      Tuatara/Sphenodon

      HP: 3 hearts

      DMG: none

      Colors: Female Brown or Gray; Male Yellowish Brown

      Timid, can be tamed with: maybe Meganuera drops?

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote: trilobite... Trilobite... WE NEED TRILOBITES!

      Trilobite:

      Timid, cannot swim, walks around on the ocean floor

      HP: 3-6 hearts

      Comes in different sizes

      Length:1-3 blocks

      Height:0.5 Blocks

      Colors: Female Brown; Male Light Brown with black stripes;

      Untamable.

      Xiphactinus:

      Aggressive: slikes deep water

      DMG: 3.5 hearts

      HP: 20 Hearts

      Tamable with: Aquatic Scarab gem, Rideable.

      Colors: Female Light Gray with black spots; Male Light Gray with Pink underbelly.

      Um, what species of trilobite?

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    • 2600:1016:B02B:7DC0:A804:9362:2868:3B06 wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote: trilobite... Trilobite... WE NEED TRILOBITES!

      Trilobite:

      Timid, cannot swim, walks around on the ocean floor

      HP: 3-6 hearts

      Comes in different sizes

      Length:1-3 blocks

      Height:0.5 Blocks

      Colors: Female Brown; Male Light Brown with black stripes;

      Untamable.

      Xiphactinus:

      Aggressive: slikes deep water

      DMG: 3.5 hearts

      HP: 20 Hearts

      Tamable with: Aquatic Scarab gem, Rideable.

      Colors: Female Light Gray with black spots; Male Light Gray with Pink underbelly.

      Um, what species of trilobite?

      idk

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      2600:1016:B02B:7DC0:A804:9362:2868:3B06 wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote: trilobite... Trilobite... WE NEED TRILOBITES!

      Trilobite:

      Timid, cannot swim, walks around on the ocean floor

      HP: 3-6 hearts

      Comes in different sizes

      Length:1-3 blocks

      Height:0.5 Blocks

      Colors: Female Brown; Male Light Brown with black stripes;

      Untamable.

      Xiphactinus:

      Aggressive: slikes deep water

      DMG: 3.5 hearts

      HP: 20 Hearts

      Tamable with: Aquatic Scarab gem, Rideable.

      Colors: Female Light Gray with black spots; Male Light Gray with Pink underbelly.

      Um, what species of trilobite?

      idk

      How about Isotelus Rex! Then the devs can say they added I. Rex to the game

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    • Arapaima

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima

      Uh, why?

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?

      cuz its cool...

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?

      cuz its cool...

      Is it a living fossil?

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    • PCAwesomeness wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?
      cuz its cool...
      Is it a living fossil?

      maybe, who wants to know?

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?
      cuz its cool...

      Being a "Living fossil" (don't  like that term) might get it into the mod. But if it isn't, then it almost 100% won't. None of the creatures in the mod aren't extinct or a "living fossil". Also, saying "Cuz it(')s cool" isn't the best reason.

      I swear if I get yelled at by the devs again for saying this...

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      PCAwesomeness wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote:

      2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?
      cuz its cool...
      Is it a living fossil?

      maybe, who wants to know?

      You're not being helpful at all...

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    • Please add more sauropods!!

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    • 2605:A000:A487:4C00:15B4:1041:4D58:9535 wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?
      cuz its cool...

      Being a "Living fossil" (don't  like that term) might get it into the mod. But if it isn't, then it almost 100% won't. None of the creatures in the mod aren't extinct or a "living fossil". Also, saying "Cuz it(')s cool" isn't the best reason.

      I swear if I get yelled at by the devs again for saying this...

      No more living fossils will be added. Some devs do not want any more in.

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    • Carnotaurus walleri wrote:

      2605:A000:A487:4C00:15B4:1041:4D58:9535 wrote:

      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      2605:A000:A487:4C00:8174:BA07:F1FE:CE9F wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      Arapaima
      Uh, why?
      cuz its cool...
      Being a "Living fossil" (don't  like that term) might get it into the mod. But if it isn't, then it almost 100% won't. None of the creatures in the mod aren't extinct or a "living fossil". Also, saying "Cuz it(')s cool" isn't the best reason.

      I swear if I get yelled at by the devs again for saying this...

      No more living fossils will be added. Some devs do not want any more in.

      i know.....

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    • 2601:346:8180:8624:8850:65ED:444E:37AB wrote:
      Please add more sauropods!!

      they're adding (at least i think) in a future update Diplodocus

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    • Hyneria:

      Ancient prehistoric lobe-finned fish

      HP: 15 hearts

      DMG: 2.5 hearts

      size: 6 blocks long, 1 block tall

      Colors: Male -  Light gray with black stripes; Female - Light gray with dark brown stripes

      Nature: HOSTILE - cannot be tamed, likes shallow water with Rocky beaches.

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    • TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      2601:346:8180:8624:8850:65ED:444E:37AB wrote:
      Please add more sauropods!!
      they're adding (at least i think) in a future update Diplodocus

      I've also mentioned that there's another sauropod on the list, but no one seemed to pick up on it.

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    • This isn't prehistoric but it's still extinct.

      Mob: Great Auk

      Height: 4/5 Block

      HP: 10 (5 Hearts)

      Coloring: White stomach with Black on the back, some white present behind the beak

      Food: Fish and Salmon

      Tamable: No

      Temperment: Peaceful

      Lifestyle: Stays in water majority of time; spends time on land to mate, lay eggs, and rear young 

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    • ASDFGirl wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      2601:346:8180:8624:8850:65ED:444E:37AB wrote:
      Please add more sauropods!!
      they're adding (at least i think) in a future update Diplodocus
      I've also mentioned that there's another sauropod on the list, but no one seemed to pick up on it.

      Chasmosaurus? Girafftitan? Argentinosaurus? Amargasaurus? I NEED TO KNOW!!!

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    • ExtinctAnimalStudier wrote:
      ASDFGirl wrote:
      TheGamingAntlion wrote:
      2601:346:8180:8624:8850:65ED:444E:37AB wrote:
      Please add more sauropods!!
      they're adding (at least i think) in a future update Diplodocus
      I've also mentioned that there's another sauropod on the list, but no one seemed to pick up on it.
      Chasmosaurus? Girafftitan? Argentinosaurus? Amargasaurus? I NEED TO KNOW!!!

      i mean Camarasaurus. Chasmosaurus is a ceratopsian.

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    • I would like to see some Pseudosuchian animals, such as Desmatosuchus, Typothorax, Postosuchus, Trilophosaurus and a Sphenosuchia species. These animals wouldn't fit so well in the incoming update. If I was a developer, I would rather add them in another update right along with other triassic creatures

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    • Rodrigues solitaire was a interesting bird. It was the closest relative of the dodo.

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    • i would also like to see triassic animals. maybe hypsilophodon or plateosaurus.

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    • I need more little creatures and cephalopods like baculites.

      Baculitespicture
      Baculitespicture2
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    • aww what a cute little model.

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    • Please don't post the same link in multiple places >.>

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    • It would be cool to see Concavenator and Stenonychosaurus.

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    • 2602:306:31DA:C3E0:19AC:B69:9AEA:1C3 wrote:
      It would be cool to see Concavenator and Stenonychosaurus.

      The devs don't want to add more theropods unless they're really interesting and different. There are already a bunch of carnivorous dinosaurs in the mod.

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:
      2602:306:31DA:C3E0:19AC:B69:9AEA:1C3 wrote:
      It would be cool to see Concavenator and Stenonychosaurus.
      The devs don't want to add more theropods unless they're really interesting and different. There are already a bunch of carnivorous dinosaurs in the mod.

      In that case, it does seem there is a lack of hadrosaurs, I'd say Tsintaosaurus is decently unique.

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    • Raptorofwar wrote:

      2602:306:31DA:C3E0:19AC:B69:9AEA:1C3 wrote:
      It would be cool to see Concavenator and Stenonychosaurus.

      The devs don't want to add more theropods unless they're really interesting and different. There are already a bunch of carnivorous dinosaurs in the mod.

      Yeah because Concavenator is soooooo generic.

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    • CactusKing wrote:

      Raptorofwar wrote:

      2602:306:31DA:C3E0:19AC:B69:9AEA:1C3 wrote:
      It would be cool to see Concavenator and Stenonychosaurus.

      The devs don't want to add more theropods unless they're really interesting and different. There are already a bunch of carnivorous dinosaurs in the mod.

      Yeah because Concavenator is soooooo generic.

      Well, altispinax is one of the future ones making concavenator obsolete

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    • More Stegosaurids like chunkingosaurus would be nice, or any of the other spikey stegos. Also more cerotopsids like naustoceratops, I already heard that styracosaurus was confirmed for the far future.

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    • they already have another sauropod on the list (unconfirmed which one), my guess is Amargasaurus because it looks so cool

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    • Amargasaurus would be a nice choice.

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    • and instead of making the skin flaps 3D, they could just make them pixels.

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    • Iirc the sail for Amargo is inaccurate now.

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    • Although improbable, what if the sauropod is Argentinosaurus?

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    • FloopyBeluga wrote: Although improbable, what if the sauropod is Argentinosaurus?

      The mob would probably kill everyone's PC

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    • i'd like...

      diplodocus

      colothsseshys

      giant moa

      megatherium

      pterodusto

      titantoboa

      apeycamelus

      zombie archelogist villager

      neanderthal

      (sorry for grammar ima 11

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    • 216.252.20.3 wrote:
      i'd like...

      diplodocus

      colothsseshys

      giant moa

      megatherium

      pterodusto

      titantoboa

      apeycamelus

      zombie archelogist villager

      neanderthal

      (sorry for grammar ima 11

      Some of these are nice ideas, but neanderthal, why? what would they do? they are cavemen.

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    • 216.252.20.3 wrote: i'd like...

      diplodocus

      colothsseshys

      giant moa

      megatherium

      pterodusto

      titantoboa

      apeycamelus

      zombie archelogist villager

      neanderthal

      (sorry for grammar ima 11

      Wouldn’t cloning a Neanderthal be unethical?

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    • 216.252.20.3 wrote:
      i'd like...

      diplodocus

      colothsseshys

      giant moa

      megatherium

      pterodusto

      titantoboa

      apeycamelus

      zombie archelogist villager

      neanderthal

      (sorry for grammar ima 11

      Diplodocus, giant moa, pterodaustro and titanoboa are confirmed and their models were already made (titanoboa has yet to be revised). See here https://fossils-archeology.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Adsper/All_Possible_Mobs

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    • Carnotaurus walleri wrote:

      216.252.20.3 wrote: i'd like...

      diplodocus

      colothsseshys

      giant moa

      megatherium

      pterodusto

      titantoboa

      apeycamelus

      zombie archelogist villager

      neanderthal

      (sorry for grammar ima 11

      Wouldn’t cloning a Neanderthal be unethical?

      It wouldn't be any less ethical than cloning mammoths. Either way, this is not real life.

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    • if they are gonna add Neanderthal, make them only be accesible through spawn eggs and through the past

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    • ExtinctAnimalStudier wrote: if they are gonna add Neanderthal, make them only be accesible through spawn eggs and through the past

      It would be hard to implement. The Neanderthal would need to have more complex AI as they had tool use, fire, spear-hunting, and coordinated attacks in real life.

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    • true. better not to include them at all.

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    • I had an intriguing idea for two prehistoric mammals, what about pakicetus and andrewsachus? I think pakicetus would be intresting because it was an amphibious mammal and technically the first whale, and andrewsachus is intresting because it was the largest carnivous land mammal.

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    • Except we don’t even know what Andrewsarcus is.

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    • CactusKing wrote:
      Except we don’t even know what Andrewsarcus is.

      the largest mamallian carnivore ever

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    • ExtinctAnimalStudier wrote:

      CactusKing wrote:
      Except we don’t even know what Andrewsarcus is.

      the largest mamallian carnivore ever

      That's outdated. They are a part of Cetancodontamorpha

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    • Arctodus is probably the largest mammalian predator ever. Amdrewsarcus is known from half a skull. We have 0 idea what it is.

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    • CactusKing wrote: Arctodus is probably the largest mammalian predator ever. Amdrewsarcus is known from half a skull. We have 0 idea what it is.

      More precisely, largest *land* mammalian predator.

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    • iirc Andrewsarchus is known from a complete skull, but we still don't know anything about it other than it might be close to Entelodonts. I think Daeodon is a larger land predator than Arctodus.

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    • Mushroomsock wrote: iirc Andrewsarchus is known from a complete skull, but we still don't know anything about it other than it might be close to Entelodonts. I think Daeodon is a larger land predator than Arctodus.

      Arctodus is probably heavier.

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      • Half a skull
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    • Did some googling. Couldn’t find any actual papers on the subject but Wikipedia has the largest known Arctodus at 957 kg and Daeodons upper average at 1000 kg.

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    • CactusKing wrote:
      Did some googling. Couldn’t find any actual papers on the subject but Wikipedia has the largest known Arctodus at 957 kg and Daeodons upper average at 1000 kg.

      Arctodus seems more intresting to me.

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    • How could you say that!

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    • FloopyBeluga wrote:
      CactusKing wrote:
      Did some googling. Couldn’t find any actual papers on the subject but Wikipedia has the largest known Arctodus at 957 kg and Daeodons upper average at 1000 kg.
      Arctodus seems more intresting to me.
      CactusKing wrote:
      How could you say that!

      https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/855/340/23b.jpg

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    • FloopyBeluga wrote:

      CactusKing wrote:
      Did some googling. Couldn’t find any actual papers on the subject but Wikipedia has the largest known Arctodus at 957 kg and Daeodons upper average at 1000 kg.

      Arctodus seems more intresting to me.

      Are you sure?

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    • NightSky64 wrote:

      FloopyBeluga wrote:

      CactusKing wrote:
      Did some googling. Couldn’t find any actual papers on the subject but Wikipedia has the largest known Arctodus at 957 kg and Daeodons upper average at 1000 kg.
      Arctodus seems more intresting to me.
      Are you sure?

      On second, looking at more pictures, it seems cool, at first It looked like an enormous boar.

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