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Fishhook Hadrosaur (Creature file #107)

Today in my creature file, we’ll be taking a look at a hadrosaur that I ran out of a name for the title of the creature file. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Gryposaurus. Also, a special guest is coming back after its name was gone for so long. Scroll down to see what I mean.

Rarity: Rare

Health: 5250

Damage: 1220

Speed: 113

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Group Cleansing Strike

Lesser Group Heal

Greater Stunning Rampage

Possible hybrid: Gryporaptor, Fuse with Gryposaurus and Pyroraptor

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 5250

Damage: 1220

Speed: 113

Armor: 0%

Critical: 10%

Moves

Group Cleansing Strike

Instant Distraction

Lesser Group Healing

Greater Stunning Rampage

Trivia
  • The name, Gryposaurus, means “hook nosed lizard”.

  • Around the 1970s to 1980s, Gryposaurus along with Kritosaurus might be the synonym for Hadrosaurus.

  • It’s fossils were found in Canada, Mexico, and Arizona.

Can you guess who this is?:

Do NOT click the picture, please

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I clicked it but I’m not sayin’ anything

That’s good

I ended up clicking too. All I have to say is that I was really overthinking it.

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You should read the capitalization word next time

I look at is as a quick confirmation for those who want it - especially on sauropods where many of them follow body-plans that are vastly similar and the minor differences noticeable only in the best paleo-art.

For example do you picture the dinosaur in question with keratin spikes at the bottom of it’s neck? The most recent research I’ve read suggests “probably.”

Spoiler alert: It was once believed to be the same species name back then

Isisaurus or bonitasaura

I’m totally wrong

Still a good lunch for me. Ah, I am getting excellent treats.
Hadros are my favourite though.

Same. The answer was that simple…

Lol, clicked it too, completely threw me off

You want me to give y’all the answer, or wait until tomorrow?