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I just hope it’s Albertosaurus and not Gorgosaurus Gen 2 :scream:

Alive’s Albertosaurus :

Alive’s Gorgosaurus :

The snout of the teased Newsletter carnivore is rounded while Alive’s Albertosaurus snout is more pointy. The horns of the teased creature look a little more similar to Alive’s Gorgosaurus than Albertosaurus. Albertosaurus was said to roam in Canada while Gorgosaurus was too from what I’ve read.

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they said new creature
for gen 2 ludia says “new gen 2 is on way” or something like that

I am prety sure for alberto
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It is not Cenozoic S-DNA

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okay thx for info :smiley:

Also thx for chance to change sdna we will actualy need i am sure thats dream which come true for many players

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How you convey info in the most simple way is breathtaking :clap:t4:

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It could mean that for once, it’s not an import.

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intrigued by this “pack offer” showing VIPs. It might finally be time to blow those LPs I’ve been saving.

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Might probably be something like the 75K LPs for a Twin Stygimoloch pack offer or so, just guessing.

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Le llaman el Segador de la muerte, un apodo que a juzgar por sus restos fósiles, tenía bien merecido. Se trata del Thanatotheristes degrootorum, una especie de tiranosaurio hasta ahora desconocida que vivió hace 80 millones de años en lo que hoy es Alberta, Canadá.
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Yo creo que puede ser está criatura también pero talvez sea el Alberto

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No Amphis, another tournament creature carni.

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Translated From Spanish:

They call him the Reaper of Death, a nickname that, judging by his fossil remains, he deserved well. It is the Thanatotheristes degrootorum, a hitherto unknown species of tyrannosaurus that lived 80 million years ago in what is now Alberta, Canada.

I think it could be this creature too, but maybe it’s Alberto

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Could the new dino be gorgosaurus gen 2 or sumt?

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its alberto, i am 90% sure

No, its majungasaurus gen 2 100% confirmed :joy::joy::joy:

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Isn’t majungasaurus from Madagascar?

King julian too…

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I guess we can rule him out too.

Spoiler alert

Spoiler

alberto teaser
so basically a purple t-rex with small horns

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Here’s what I could get using the Auto feature on Photo Editor :

Coloring is very similar JWA’s Albertosaurus, but again this is an edited photo so there are chances that it could have eaten up a good chunk of the original look. Here is Alive’s Albertosaurus anyway :

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i think the shadow affected the final image. I used the brighten and deepen tools in my photo editor, and it gave me the purple alberto

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