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Pink Fairy Armadillo but with horn (Creature file #157)

How big is this guy again? Looks at Prehistoric Wildlife. Not too big, but oh well. Welcome back to my creature file. Today, we’ll be taking a look at an armadillo that came back from Jurassic Park Builder, a game that may rest in peace. Everyone, this is Peltephilus. Please welcome back this xenarthra.

Rarity: Rare

Health: 3540

Damage: 970

Speed: 110

Armor: 50%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Long Shielding Strike

Dig In

Distraction

Resistance: 100% Vulnerability

Possible hybrid: Pelteraptor, Fuse with Peltephilus and Echo

Rarity: Epic

Health: 3450

Damage: 1310

Armor: 50%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Cleansing Strike

Long Protection

Cunning Rampage

Dig In

Resistance: 100% Vulnerability

Trivia
  • The name, Peltephilus, means “Armour Lover”.

  • This dog-sized armadillo is a member of the Xenarthra, a group of class that includes anteaters, sloths, and glyptodonts.

  • The two horns on the snouts of the Peltephilus are used for attraction to the female.

Can you guess who this is?:

Do NOT click on the picture, and search it on Google. I want to hear the answer from you.

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It makes me wonder. Should this wildebeest have it on animation, or with the deer.

  • Own animation
  • Deer animation

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Rusingoryx

That’s correct. You’re smart. How do you even know all of this?

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Why is there a hornless wildebeest?

There is a horn

Look closely

Oh nvm, I see it now
I thought it was it’s ear :joy:

You thought it is

Not all but almost of your creature i ever see :joy:

Wow

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I think it’s should share it’s animations with bulls like Aurochs

Don’t be fool by the look. Rusingoryx is related to the antelope

But isn’t wildebeest an antelope too?

That’s correct