Brush your baleen, and the chicken cousin doesn’t have to brush its teeth (Creature file #12 and 13)

Up for a creature file? I am because today, I got a special surprise for y’all. In my last poll that I created, I want to mix the creature with Pterodaustro. Ladies and gentlemen, the struthiomimus is mix with the next creature. I also want to do creatures unlikely, excluding aquatic, to my file. When I’m done, I’ll put up a poll for you to choose of who should be next.

Rarity: Epic

Health: 3990

Damage: 990

Speed: 130

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Defense Shattering Strike

Defense Shattering Rampage

Cleansing Impact

Passive: Armor piercing counter, swap in ferocity

Possible hybrid: Pterogamma

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 2980

Attack: 1350

Speed: 130

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Defense Shattering Strike

Precise Pounce

Cleansing Impact

Debilitating Distraction

Passive: Swap in Ferocity, Immune to decelerating and lockdown, Armor piercing counter

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Rarity: Epic

Health: 2700

Attack: 1110

Speed: 131

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Evasive Strike

Instant Distraction

Distracting Impact

Passive: Immunity

Possible hybrid: Postomimus

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 2900

Attack: 1130

Speed: 129

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Evasive Strike

Instant Distraction

Ferocious Impact

Distracting Rampage

Passive: Immunity

Trivia
  • Pterodaustro’s lower bill included extremely long, needlelike teeth, while the upper bill had short, nubby ones. Paleontologists infer that this species’ lower teeth may have allowed it to filter feed by scooping up water and straining it for tiny aquatic animals, much like flamingos do today.

  • Pterodaustro was a filter feeder, meaning it feeds mostly on shrimps and plankton

  • Because flamingos have the same food sources,‭ ‬they also absorb their pink pigment from their food,‭ ‬and because of this,‭ ‬it has been suggested that Pterodaustro may have also had a pink hue to its body. However a 2005 study by Shawkey and Hill has cast serious doubt upon the idea that Pterodaustro may have been pink as the result of chosen diet.

  • The name, Struthiomimus, means “ostrich mimic”.

  • Struthiomimus is a genus of the Ornithomimidae family from the Late Cretaceous Period of Alberta, Canada.

  • Struthiomimus was first discovered in 1901 when Lawrence Lambe found scattered remains that were largely incomplete.

Can you guess the next creature?

Pigs but very aggressive

2 Likes

That first one. :rofl:

Pterodaustro <— kill it with fire!
Struthiomimus <— kill it with kapro!

What unique creature should I do?

  • Arthropleura
  • Atlas Bear
  • Chalicotherium
  • Dinogorgon
  • Eremotherium
  • Gigantopithecus
  • Lystrosaurus
  • Procoptodon
  • Quagga
  • Scutosaurus

0 voters

What’s wrong with it?

Who’s fire?

A flamethrower would be ideal, but pyroraptor will do.

1 Like

Wow. That’s relatable

Just an interesting beek

Beak, not beek

my phone loves to spell check things wrong.

Uh huh.

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Deodon? (has to have 10 characters)

That’s correct

Yea!!
When will it come?? (I’m not fimiliar with the dates you pick.)

It’ll come soon

1 Like

Okey.
(must have 10 characters)