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Musk Ox but with different design? (Creature file #121)

Time for a new creature. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a creature that looks like a ox, but its more related to sheep and goats. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Bootherium.

Woodland_Musk_Ox_01

Rarity: Common

Health: 3600

Damage: 1060

Speed: 111

Armor: 10%

Critical: 5%

Defensive Stance

Superiority Impact

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resilience: 100% Damage Over Time

Possible hybrid: Bookylosaurus, Fuse with Bootherium and Alankylosaurus

Rarity: Unique

Health: 4510

Damage: 1020

Speed: 111

Armor: 30%

Critical: 10%

Moves

Defensive Stance

Resilient Impact

Short Defense

Long Invincibility

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resilience: 100% Damage Over Time

Trivia
  • Bootherium is also known as the Woodland Musk Ox.

  • Despite its look and name, Bootherium is more related to sheep and goats than they are to cows.

  • Bootherium may have live in the same era when the first human arrived.

Can you guess who this is?:

Do NOT click on the picture

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You know, sometime when it comes to creatures, it can be difficult to do. Like, for example, Facts and moves can be difficult, like how I did with Argentavis, and Celebochoerus

Oxalaria

It in dinopedia forum

Correct

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Lol, Bootherium bombifrons is one of the most hilarious scientific names I’ve ever heard.

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Bombifornis?

Resistance?

Silly me. Thanks for reminding me

That’s the species name

Oh. I see

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Oxalaia, not Oxalaria. Probably you made a typo

I’m wondering if Oxalaia’s 2020 version is similar to Spino

Considering how fragmentary its fossil remains are, a lot of what we know of it is extrapolated from Spinosaurus. As such, many paleo-artists are drawing it the same way Spino is currently drawn. The truth is: we really don’t know.

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I’m not sure if it’s a same species or not