Quadruped Spinosaurus #2 (Creature File #186)

Okay, so I know how Spinosaurus was once a bipedal creature before 2020 were it became a some sort of semi aquatic dinosaurs. But today, we’ll be taking a look at a Siamosaurus.

Rarity: Common

Health: 4350

Damage: 1000

Speed: 125

Armor: 0%

Critical: 20%

Moves

Defense Shattering Strike

Ready To Crush

Resistance: 100% Speed Decrease, and Vulnerable

Possible hybrid: Siaken, Fuse with Siamosaurus and Grylenken

Rarity: Unique

Health: 4440

Damage: 1350

Speed: 126

Armor: 10%

Critical: 20%

Moves

Defense Shattering Strike

Raking Claw

Ready To Crush

Rampage And Run

Passive: No Escape

Resistance: 100% Damage Over Time, Speed Decrease, and Vulnerable, 67% Swap Prevention, and 50% Distraction

Trivia
  • The name, Siamosaurus, means “Siam Lizard”.

  • Only the teeth were found for this dinosaur.

  • Siamosaurus was the first spinosaurid to be discovered in Asia.

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.

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Excuse me. I didn’t meant to post it unfinished

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Nah, you’re good.

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Thanks. I appreciate it

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Prolibytherium is an extinct climacoceratid artiodactyl ungulate native to Early Miocene North Africa and Pakistan, from around 16.9 to 15.97 million years ago.

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I remember fossil picture of it

That’s correct. You’re very intelligent

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You are… just… HOW !!!

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He knows a lot


im suspicious of you

BOO!

What’s wrong?

compare https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolibytherium
this with
what coconut crab said

this is what it says: Prolibytherium is an extinct climacoceratid artiodactyl ungulate native to Early Miocene North Africa and Pakistan, from around 16.9 to 15.97 million years ago.

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I see now. @Coconut_crab, can you explain please?

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I just add fact from Wikipedia i already know it what creature and if you think i open Google to find answers i will not post at your Creature File again this a deal

Okay. Sorry I was rough on you

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Spinosaurids,including derived spinosaurines,are STILL bipedal. They can’t and will never be able to walk quadrupedally

Walking on knuckles

Make quadrupedal spinosaur an animation at this point lol.

It will used a Baryonyx animation