Okay, so I know there was Deinotherium before, but today we’ll be taking a look at that. Everyone, meet the Prodeinotherium.
Possible hybrid: Progestotherium, fuse with Prodeinotherium and Megistotherium.
Passive: Swap In Ferocity, and No Escape
Resistance: 100% Speed Decrease
The name, Prodeinotherium, means “Before Terrible Beast”.
Today elephants were found in Africa, and part of Asia. Back then, however, some live in Europe. Prodeinotherium is one of them.
Like Deinotherium, the tusks are facing downward. They used them for stripping barks off of a tree, and for attraction.
Whose fossil does this belong to?:
Do NOT click on the picture, and search it through any websites. I want to hear the answer from you.