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Blinkos Origin
WARNER BROS. LOT- DAY.
We open to see Thaddeus J. Plotz pacing back and forth, thinking of new and exciting movies, shows and the like. Suddenly, he hears a knock on the door.
PLOTZ- Now, who could that possibly be, and at this hour?
He heads over to the door and opens it to see it was nothing. He looks to the left, then to the right, and shrugs. Finally, he retreats to his office and bumps into...
???-HI, PLOTSY!
Plotz screams and rockets into the air. When he looks down, he sees none other than the Warner Siblings. Yakko is busy on the phone, Wakko is bouncing off of the walls (literally,) and Dot is reading a magazine, which is actually the script to Batman 5, Return of the Joker.
DOT- Ewwww!  And I though Batman and Robin was a bad film!
Dot throws the script in an industrial size shredder, and decimates it.
PLOTZ- NOOOO!  My script!
YAKKO- So, anyway, I want five pepperoni, five cheese, five double cheese, five mushroom and, oh hold on.
Yakko looks up at Plotz,
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Sirrus Interview
What is your name?
S: Sirrus Dragonskunk, at your service.
What is your gender?
S: Hundred percent male, baby!
What is your age?
S: One score and a year ago, my founding father brought forth a smelly nut onto this land!
Do you want a hug?
S: Depends who's giving it. If its furry with blonde hair and curvy, yes. Otherwise, eh, no.
Do you have any bad habits?
S: Well, with my little girl Sokki, I can be a bit overprotective, but I can't help it. I don;t want my babu girl to get hurt. Same for Terriah.
What is your favorite food?
S: For breakfast, a bowl of honey nut cheerios, Lunch, Mcdonalds cheeseburgers, Dinner, meatloaf and mashed potaytoes with lots of ketchup. Mmm, mmm, good.
What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
S: Coffee
Are you a virgin?
S: "spin changes into Walter" I'm married you moron! "is hit in the face by a boxing glove which leaves his face indented in the shape of the glove" M: Thank you sweetheart. S: Sure thing mom.
Have you killed anyone?
S: No, but I've knocked a
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Dezanitizing Sirrus
Dezanitizing Sirrus
By Timothy Bettencourt
THADDEUS PLOT'S OFFICE-DAY
Thaddeus is speaking to a group of investors, a female fox, a male lion, and a female human.
THADEUS: Now, my friends, I'm certain you're well aware of the demand for a new take on our popular show Animaniacs.
FOX: Yes, of course. CNN had a report on the online petition that ran across America and even many oversees nations.
LION: However, these people will be expecting fresh yet familiar cartoons from your studio, Thaddeus.
THADDEUS: That is why we at Warner Brothers have hired some new writers and animators both here in the U.S. and oversees.
WOMAN: Actually, there is the matter of...
THADDEUS: (very low whisper) yes...the(looks around) Warners.
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot burst out of Thaddeus' desk.
WARNERS: You rang?
LION: Now see here-
The Warners turn and leap onto the three investors.
WARNERS: HELLOOOO NURSE!
THADDEUS: STOP!!!
The Warners sit and grin sweetly at Thaddeus.
THADDEUS: Now, I understand you had someone
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Sirrus meets the Warners
Sirrus meets the Warners
By Timothy Bettencourt
ACME ACRES AIRPORT-DAY
Sirrus is standing at the gate to his plane with Fifi. Fifi wraps him in a tight hug.
FIFI: Ah weesh vous did not have to go.
SIRRUS: Me too. But this could be my big break. If I get this part on the new show, I could finally make my place in cartoons. Maybe we could be a famous comedy team.
FIFI: Ohh, Ah do not think Ah could keep up with vous.
SIRRUS: Well…you wouldn’t be the one doing the chasing.
They both laugh a little till the overhead speaks.
ANNOUNCER: Flight 397 for Burbank, California now boarding.
FIFI: Ohh, this is it.
SIRRUS: Yeah…
They share a kiss and hug.
FIFI: Bon voyage, my lizard of L’amour.
SIRRUS: I’ll call, I promise. (gently rubs her hair) Besides, I’m not going away forever. Three weeks will go by in no time.
Fifi smiles and gives him a little hug. As Sirrus tries to turn away, Fifi grips him tightly and gives him a passionate kiss, making steam shoot out his ea
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Tyrannosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Tyrannosaurus
 
Name Meaning:  Tyrant Lizard King
Nickname: T.rex
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (68-66 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Orionides, Avetheropoda, Coelurosauria,Tyrannosauroidea, Tyrannosauridae
Length: 40 feet long, though the mysterious Tyrannosaurus "Canyon" Rex reaches up to only 33 feet
Height:  12 feet long
Weight: 8.4 tons, Canyon Rex weight is up to 5 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Nublar, Isla Tacano, Isla Grande
Description
Being one of the most feared and powerful theropods ever seen, Tyrannosaurus Rex is considered legendary for it's strength, ferocity and bite force which goes unrivaled by all other land predators. While not the biggest of InGen's carnivorous dinosaurs, it is still one of the most dangerous. Hadrosaurs are often the favored prey of this theropod, next to iguanodonts, along with more dangerous prey like ceratopsians, ankylosaurs, ste
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Dimetrodon
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Dimetrodon

Name Meaning: Two Measures Tooth
Nickname: Dimetro
Timeline: Permian (295-272 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Synapsida, Pelycosauria, Sphenacodontia, Sphenacodontoidea, Sphenacondontidae
Length: 15 feet long
Height: 1.5 meters
Weight: 551 lbs
Range: Isla Muerta, Isla Grande
Description
Some called it a dinosaur, yet this identification was false. Dimetrodon is not a dinosaur nor does it share any family connection to dinosaurs at all. Instead, Dimetrodon is a type of mammal-like reptile related to modern mammals, despite not looking like much. It's appearance alone is frightening, but at 15 feet long, Dimetrodon angelensis could send chills down a person's spine. It's razor sharp teeth and ambush tactics make it an effective predator of small prey, though it will also scavenge if need be. They can be found thriving mainly on Isla Muerta, along with also
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Herrerasaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Herrerasaurus

Name Meaning: Herrera's Lizard
Nickname: Herrera
Timeline: Late Triassic (231.4 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Saurischia, Herrerasauridae
Length: 20 feet long
Height: 7 feet tall
Weight: 350 kg
Range: Isla Muerta, Isla Nublar 
Description
This early dinosaur may be one of the most basal out of InGen's recreated carnivores, but it certainly is no wimp despite it's size. Herrerasaurs are not only fast, but also surprisingly strong for carnivores of their size, tackling prey items even bigger them themselves at times, especially in packs. While not the biggest predators on Isla Muerta, they are one of the most common. However, their sightings on Isla Nublar have yet to be mentioned.
Habitat
Herrerasaurus commonly lurks through the dense jungles of Isla Muerta, using the shade of the trees for cover when conducting ambushes on the grasslands during the day, though
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Utahraptor
InGen Carnivore Profile
Utahraptor

Name Meaning: Utah's Hunter
Nickname: U-raptor
Timeline: Early Cretaceous (126 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Coelurosauria, Maniraptora, Pennaraptora, Paraves, Dromaeosauridae, Eudromaeosauria
Length: 23 feet long
Height:  6 feet tall
Weight: 500 kg
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
If people thought that Velociraptor was bloodthirsty, then clearly they haven't met it's bigger and more violent cousin. With an appetite and aggression similar to InGen's larger theropods, Utahraptor is a truly dangerous carnivore. Being the largest dromaeosaur of all time, a single Utahraptor is deadly enough on it's own, but a pack is like a nightmare waiting to unfold. While not quite as fast and agile as it's smaller cousins, Utahraptor can still outpace most types of prey. Two varieties are seen to exist on Isla Sorna, with the accurately feathered species U.ostrommaysorum
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Tarbosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Tarbosaurus

Name Meaning: Alarming Lizard
Nickname: Tarbo
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (70 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Orionides, Avetheropoda, Coelurosauria,Tyrannosauroidea, Tyrannosauridae
Length: 39 feet long
Height:  12 feet tall
Weight: 5 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Tacano
Description
Those who mistake Tarbosaurus for Tyrannosaurus at first sight would immediately be proven wrong by scientists who know them most. Despite the similarities in size and appearance, Tarbosaurus can be distinguished from Tyrannosaurus by it's color patterns and it's vocals, which are said to be more lower pitched. While initially living only on Isla Sorna in the North and South regions, InGen immediately had to relocate a large number of the Northern Tarbosaurs to Isla Tacano based on shocking reports of male and females crossbreeding with Tyrannosaurus. The hybrids that were spawned from the
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Velociraptor
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Velociraptor
  
Name Meaning: Swift Seizer
Nickname: Raptor
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (75-71 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Coelurosauria, Maniraptora, Pennaraptora, Paraves, Dromaeosauridae, Eudromaeosauria
Length: 6 to 13 feet long
Height: 2 to 6 feet tall
Weight: 80 to 150 kg
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Nublar
Description
Anytime scientists or observers want to scare one another, they tell stories about Velociraptor. Infamous from the get go, Velociraptor lives up to it's reputation as being one of the most vicious predators around. With speed and intelligence on their side, these theropods alone are deadly in their own right. While a lone raptor is a danger to small sized herbivores, packs are known to be a major threat to larger ones. According to sightings on Sorna, two variants of the featherless, InGen bred Velociraptor antirrhopus are known to exist. But in recen
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Sinraptor
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Sinraptor

Name Meaning: China Robber
Nickname:  Sin
Timeline: Late Jurassic (160 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Avetheropoda, Allosauroidea, Metriacanthosauridae, Metriacanthosaurinae
Length: 25 feet long
Height: 9.8 feet tall
Weight: 1 ton
Range: Isla Matanceros
Description
Although smaller than most of the giant theropods on Matanceros, Sinraptor is not to be underestimated as a hunter. As a lightweight, this mid sized carnivore can move with enough speed to outpace and run down certain types of prey in a chase.
Habitat
Sinraptor can be found wandering and hunting on the wide open grasslands during the daytime and slumbering in the nearby forests during the nighttime. During times of live prey scarcity, it will also travel off to the beaches in search of a free meal. In other cases, Sinraptor has been seen going down to watering holes where herbivores ga
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Saurophaganax
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Saurophaganax

Name Meaning: Lizard Eating Master
Nickname: Sauro
Timeline: Late Jurassic (150 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Allosauroidea, Allosauridae
Length: 43 feet length
Height: 14 feet tall
Weight: 3 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Pena
Description
At first glance, some would mistake Saurophaganax as a giant Allosaurus because of it's close resemblance. However, what distinguishes Saurophaganax from it's more well known cousin is it's high levels of aggression and thirst for blood. Saurophaganax is truly a vicious predator, showing no fear and attacking without mercy. Those who thought that Megalosaurus was a nightmarish killer have never seen what Saurophaganax is capable of.
Habitat
On Isla Sorna, Saurophaganax lives in the North region. Males prefer to make their homes inside deep caves where they store food and r
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Torvosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Torvosaurus

Name Meaning: Savage Lizard
Nickname: Torvo
Timeline: Late Jurassic (153-148 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Orionides, Megalosauroidea, Megalosauridae, Megalosaurinae
Length: 33 to 35 feet long
Height:  14 feet tall
Weight: 3.6 to 4.5 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Tacano
Description
Along with it's cousin Megalosaurus, Torvosaurus truly lives up to it's name as a bloodthirsty killer carnivore. Torvosaurus will attack just about any dinosaur that they see. Ornithopods, sauropods, ceratopsians, even stegosaurs are targets of this deadly predator's appetite. The North American type species, Torvosaurus tanneri, lives on Isla Sorna, while the Europe based Torvosaurus gurneyi thrives on Isla Tacano.
Habitat
On Sorna, Torvosaurus tanneri lives around the riversides and canopy forests of the island's North region, along with occasionally visiting watering hol
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Yangchuanosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Yangchuanosaurus

Name Meaning: Yangchuan Lizard
Nickname: Yang
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (168.3-163.5 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Avetheropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Metriacanthosauridae
Length: 35 feet long
Height: 10 feet tall
Weight: 3.4 tons
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
Cousin of the ever famous Allosaurus, Yangchuanosaurus had dominated as top predator of China long before Allosaurus had took over North America much later. On Isla Sorna, this theropod can be found thriving as one of the island's successful hunters. Living primarily in the East region of the island, Yangchuanosaurus coexists alongside Allosaurus lucasi and Utahraptor. 
Habitat
Up in the East, Yangchuanosaurus thrives mostly within the deciduous forests and savannas located there. 
Behavior
Yangchuanosaurus are extremely aggressive and very territorial theropods. Males will fight eac
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Giganotosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Giganotosaurus

Name Meaning: Giant Southern Lizard
Nickname: Giga
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (97 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Avetheropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Allosauria, Carcharodontosauria, Carcharodontosauridae, Carcharodontosaurinae, Giganotosaurini
Length: 43 feet long
Height: 12 feet tall
Weight: 8 tons
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
Giganotosaurus, one of the largest theropods ever bred by InGen. Powerful and vicious with a huge mouth that wields flesh cutting teeth, Giganotosaurus is highly feared by dinosaurs small, medium and large. Anytime this theropod is on the hunt, all small to medium carnivores would know to stay out of it's way. It's roars are so loud that they can be heard from almost anywhere in the island's North region.
Habitat
Giganotosaurus can normally be spotted in the daytime wandering through plains when in search of prey, thou
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Metriacanthosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Metriacanthosaurus

Name Meaning: Moderately Spined Lizard
Nickname: Metri
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (160 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Orionides, Avetheropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Metriacanthosauridae, Metriacanthosaurinae
Length: 26 feet long
Height:  9 feet tall
Weight: 2 tons
Range: Isla Nublar, Isla Sorna, Isla Pena
Description
Indeed the exact potential of this astonishing theropod has been all but amazing due to very little observation, based on the lack of active sightings as of the last two years. While they are still seldom seen on Nublar and only make minor appearances on  Sorna, they appear more frequently on Pena.
Habitat
On Sorna, they live in both the South and North regions of the island. They more commonly prowl through the forests and jungles of both regions and emerge ou
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Afrovenator
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Afrovenator

Name Meaning: African Hunter
Nickname: Afro
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (162 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Megalosauroidea, Megalosauria, Megalosauridae, Afrovenatorinae
Length: 26 feet long
Height: 10 feet tall
Weight: 1 ton
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
This African theropod is one of Sorna's most elusive theropods ever documented. As such, only very few observers have ever encountered at least one or two of them. Those who have seen them were lucky enough to survive, as even elusive predators like this one are known to be merciless killers.
Habitat
Afrovenator can primarily be sighted roaming through the Northern savannas, where it lives as apex predator. However, they can also occasionally be seen wandering through jungles and plains along with swimming through shallow rivers and lakes.
Behavior
Afrovenator, like most megalosaurs, are highly aggressive and t
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Neovenator
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Neovenator

Name Meaning: New Hunter
Nickname: Neo
Timeline: Early Cretaceous (125 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Allosauroidea, Allosauria, Carcharodontosauria, Neovenatoridae
Length: 25 to 33 feet long
Height:  7.5 to 11.3 feet tall
Weight:  2 to 4 tons
Range: Isla Matanceros
Description
As one of the seven predators on Isla Matanceros, Neovenator is a predator that draws much attention from observers. Although not as big as it's cousin Carcharodontosaurus, it can still attack with incredible tenacity.
Habitat
Neovenator can be found around the badlands of Matanceros where it hunts on a daily basis. They are active here mainly in the daytime, all the while resting inside mountain caves in the coniferous forests and jungles during the evening.
Behavior
Unpredictable, bloodthirsty and aggressive, Neovenator is a vicious theropod. They are solitary by nature and ra
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InGen Carnivore Profile: Carcharodontosaurus
InGen Carnivore Profile:
Carcharodontosaurus

Name Meaning: Shark Tooth Lizard
Nickname: Carcha
Timeline: Early-Late Cretaceous (100-94 mya)
Diet: Carnivore 
Family: Allosauroidea, Allosauria, Carcharodontosauria, Carcharodontosauridae
Length: 44 feet long
Height: 12 feet tall
Weight: 6.2 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Matanceros
Description
This huge predator can be considered a monster among dinosaurs, due in part to it's infamous ferocity. Growing as big as even Tyrannosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus is a deadly killer. Armed with razor sharp teeth and a fierce appetite, it'll hunt just about anything it sees. Even tough herbivores like sauropods and ceratopsians aren't safe from the wrath of this giant theropod. While it is mostly elusive on Isla Sorna, it thrives openly on Isla Matanceros and is at the top of the food chain.
Habitat
Carcharodontosaurus lives in the North of Isla Sorna. The dwell wit
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Blinkos Origin
WARNER BROS. LOT- DAY.
We open to see Thaddeus J. Plotz pacing back and forth, thinking of new and exciting movies, shows and the like. Suddenly, he hears a knock on the door.
PLOTZ- Now, who could that possibly be, and at this hour?
He heads over to the door and opens it to see it was nothing. He looks to the left, then to the right, and shrugs. Finally, he retreats to his office and bumps into...
???-HI, PLOTSY!
Plotz screams and rockets into the air. When he looks down, he sees none other than the Warner Siblings. Yakko is busy on the phone, Wakko is bouncing off of the walls (literally,) and Dot is reading a magazine, which is actually the script to Batman 5, Return of the Joker.
DOT- Ewwww!  And I though Batman and Robin was a bad film!
Dot throws the script in an industrial size shredder, and decimates it.
PLOTZ- NOOOO!  My script!
YAKKO- So, anyway, I want five pepperoni, five cheese, five double cheese, five mushroom and, oh hold on.
Yakko looks up at Plotz,
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Sirrus Interview
What is your name?
S: Sirrus Dragonskunk, at your service.
What is your gender?
S: Hundred percent male, baby!
What is your age?
S: One score and a year ago, my founding father brought forth a smelly nut onto this land!
Do you want a hug?
S: Depends who's giving it. If its furry with blonde hair and curvy, yes. Otherwise, eh, no.
Do you have any bad habits?
S: Well, with my little girl Sokki, I can be a bit overprotective, but I can't help it. I don;t want my babu girl to get hurt. Same for Terriah.
What is your favorite food?
S: For breakfast, a bowl of honey nut cheerios, Lunch, Mcdonalds cheeseburgers, Dinner, meatloaf and mashed potaytoes with lots of ketchup. Mmm, mmm, good.
What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
S: Coffee
Are you a virgin?
S: "spin changes into Walter" I'm married you moron! "is hit in the face by a boxing glove which leaves his face indented in the shape of the glove" M: Thank you sweetheart. S: Sure thing mom.
Have you killed anyone?
S: No, but I've knocked a
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Dezanitizing Sirrus
Dezanitizing Sirrus
By Timothy Bettencourt
THADDEUS PLOT'S OFFICE-DAY
Thaddeus is speaking to a group of investors, a female fox, a male lion, and a female human.
THADEUS: Now, my friends, I'm certain you're well aware of the demand for a new take on our popular show Animaniacs.
FOX: Yes, of course. CNN had a report on the online petition that ran across America and even many oversees nations.
LION: However, these people will be expecting fresh yet familiar cartoons from your studio, Thaddeus.
THADDEUS: That is why we at Warner Brothers have hired some new writers and animators both here in the U.S. and oversees.
WOMAN: Actually, there is the matter of...
THADDEUS: (very low whisper) yes...the(looks around) Warners.
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot burst out of Thaddeus' desk.
WARNERS: You rang?
LION: Now see here-
The Warners turn and leap onto the three investors.
WARNERS: HELLOOOO NURSE!
THADDEUS: STOP!!!
The Warners sit and grin sweetly at Thaddeus.
THADDEUS: Now, I understand you had someone
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Sirrus meets the Warners
Sirrus meets the Warners
By Timothy Bettencourt
ACME ACRES AIRPORT-DAY
Sirrus is standing at the gate to his plane with Fifi. Fifi wraps him in a tight hug.
FIFI: Ah weesh vous did not have to go.
SIRRUS: Me too. But this could be my big break. If I get this part on the new show, I could finally make my place in cartoons. Maybe we could be a famous comedy team.
FIFI: Ohh, Ah do not think Ah could keep up with vous.
SIRRUS: Well…you wouldn’t be the one doing the chasing.
They both laugh a little till the overhead speaks.
ANNOUNCER: Flight 397 for Burbank, California now boarding.
FIFI: Ohh, this is it.
SIRRUS: Yeah…
They share a kiss and hug.
FIFI: Bon voyage, my lizard of L’amour.
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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Tyrannosaurus

 

Name Meaning:  Tyrant Lizard King

Nickname: T.rex

Timeline: Late Cretaceous (68-66 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Orionides, Avetheropoda, Coelurosauria,Tyrannosauroidea, Tyrannosauridae

Length: 40 feet long, though the mysterious Tyrannosaurus "Canyon" Rex reaches up to only 33 feet

Height:  12 feet long

Weight: 8.4 tons, Canyon Rex weight is up to 5 tons

Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Nublar, Isla Tacano, Isla Grande


Description
Being one of the most feared and powerful theropods ever seen, Tyrannosaurus Rex is considered legendary for it's strength, ferocity and bite force which goes unrivaled by all other land predators. While not the biggest of InGen's carnivorous dinosaurs, it is still one of the most dangerous. Hadrosaurs are often the favored prey of this theropod, next to iguanodonts, along with more dangerous prey like ceratopsians, ankylosaurs, stegosaurs, therizinosaurs and some sauropods. Tyrannosaurus is also the most widespread of InGen's theropods, being found not only in the wilds of Isla Sorna and Isla Nublar, but also on Isla Tacano, where a slightly smaller and mysterious subspecies, Tyrannosaurus "Canyon" Rex exists, and on the much larger Isla Grande, where T.rex is at the top of the food chain. It has the loudest roar of all carnivores and can be from miles around.


Habitat

On Sorna, Nublar and Grande, T.rex preferably lives within thick and shaded forests around open areas such as plains, grasslands and badlands, keeping away from excess sunlight. On Isla Tacano, the smaller Canyon Rex variety lives around the more rocky, canyon-like areas of the island.



Behavior

Out of all large tyrannosaurids and large theropods overall, Tyrannosaurus is without a doubt the most aggressive of them all, as well as one of the most foul tempered. Territorial to the core, Tyrannosaurus will attack and even kill any other predators that dare to trespass on their land. They mostly live solitary lives outside of the mating season, but when coming together, they remain together for life. Males are known to fight each other for territory and mates, with at least several males being seen with scars caused by fights with other males. Females are generally more calmer and less aggressive unless hungry or agitated. Surprisingly, they are also intelligent for theropods of their size, being able to formulate hunting strategies and tactics depending on what they hunt. While not as smart as most raptors or troodontids, T.rex still qualifies as an organized carnivore to a somewhat minimal degree.

Further observations have shown that Tyrannosaurus are very caring parents to their offspring, raising them and providing them with food while teaching them how to hunt. At this time, adults become highly protective and will viciously defend their young from threats, including nest raiding predators. Further examples of Tyrannosaurus parental care can be traced back to an incident in 1997 where a mated pair of Tyrannosaurs traveled long distances in search of their missing infant, attacking the people they deemed as threats once the baby was brought to safety.

At an early age, young tyrannosaurs are cared for by their parents for about a couple years. Once old enough, they will hunt alongside their parents in family packs for a time until they are soon sent off on their own once they reach maturity. Adolescent juveniles will gather in groups and hunt together for the rest of their time, but soon drift apart much later as they move on further to their adult stages.


Hunting

Tyrannosaurus is arguably regarded as one of the strongest predators ever bred. Despite being big, adults are able to run at 15 to 25 mph, making them capable of running down most large prey in short bursts of speed. But generally, they more commonly rely on using ambush to bring down their potential victims.

Tyrannosaurus mainly attacks most prey with a bite to the back, using it's deadly jaws to crush the spinal column, crippling it long enough for Tyrannosaurus to finish it off.  But in some cases, they would just simply kill with a well placed bite to the neck or sometimes even the skull.

Hadrosaurs are the most frequently hunted herbivores, with Edmontosaurus being the top favorite prey of Tyrannosaurus. Other hadrosaurs that are hunted by Tyrannosaurus include Lambeosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Corythosaurus, Gryposaurus, Lambeosaurus, Saurolophus, Tsintaosaurus, Maiasaura, Hypacrosaurus, Barsboldia, Gilmoreosaurus, Brachylophosaurus, and even the giant Shantungosaurus. Other large ornithopods like Iguanodon, Lurdusaurus, Tenontosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Muttaburrasaurus and Camptosaurus are also taken by T.rex depending largely on availability and environment. In fact, on Isla Grande, Iguanodon constitutes at least 55% of the Tyrannosaurus diet, along with Shantungosaurus constituting 34%.

As with most tyrannosaurs, Tyrannosaurus is also a common hunter of ceratopsians. While Triceratops and Torosaurus are still taken from time to time, T.rex also hunts Pachyrhinosaurus, Centrosaurus, Arrhinoceratops, Pentaceratops, Anchiceratops and Einiosaurus.

Though not quite as specialized as carnosaurs and abelisaurs in this type of hunting, Tyrannosaurus will not hesitate to attack sauropods on occasion. Apatosaurus, Mamenchisaurus and Camarasaurus are the more common targets on Isla Sorna, next to Diplodocus, Argentinosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Saltasaurus, Jobaria and the rare Alamosaurus. The vegetarian theropod Therizinosaurus, the spike tailed Stegosaurs and armored Ankylosaurs are only seldom hunted and are usually ignored most of the time, though Tyrannosaurus will actively hunt them only when driven by constant hunger, desperation and when other prey becomes less abundant.

Although they mostly eat dinosaurs, the Tyrannosaurs on Isla Grande have adapted to hunting the large mammals that also live on the island, including Paraceratherium, Elasmotherium, Mastodon, Megatherium, Chalicotherium, Uintatherium, Diprotodon and Arsinotherium.

Young tyrannosaurs subsist on a preferred niche of prey that adults themselves would be too slow to catch. They would regularly hunt Dryosaurus, Thescelosaurus, Valdosaurus, Leaellynasaura, Pachycephalosaurs, Ornithomimosaurs, small Ceratopsians, Telmatosaurus, Fukuisaurus, Bactrosaurus and Rhabdodon.

When live prey becomes scarce, Tyrannosaurus will also actively scavenge for carrion wherever it can be found. 


Interspecific Competition

In the South of Isla Sorna, Tyrannosaurus reigns as the top apex predator and has very little competition. They more than likely dominate the smaller predators here like Velociraptor, Deinonychus and Metriacanthosaurus, stealing their kills and even killing them if they are unable to escape. 

The closely related tyrannosaurid Tarbosaurus also lives and hunts in the South. However, the two theropods are never seen competing. As theorized by observers, Tyrannosaurus and Tarbosaurus are able to coexist on equal grounds by occupying different niches, a behavior that is common among modern predators.

Up in the North, Tyrannosaurus is faced with more stiff competition from other large predators, with it's most prominent enemies being Allosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Fasolasuchus, Torvosaurus, Megalosaurus, Saurophaganax and Spinosaurus. Smaller predators like Ceratosaurus, Afrovenator and Deltadromeus usually give T.rex a wide berth rather than risk a confrontation.

On Isla Tacano, the Canyon rex species most commonly meets competition from the smaller Tyrannosaurid, Teratophoneus, whom it shares it's preferred habitat with.

On Isla Grande and Nublar, Tyrannosaurus is at the top of the food chain with no other large theropods around to equal it. Other large theropod predators who live on Grande alongside T.rex include Rapator, Gorgosaurus, Eustreptospondylus, Siamotyrannus, Suchomimus and Dryptosaurus, all of whom occupy specific niches to avoid competition. Even the giant lizard Megalania and the mammal predators Smilodon, Sarkastodon, Megistotherium, Andrewsarchus and Entelodon would know to stay out of the way when Tyrannosaurus is around.

InGen Carnivore Profile: Tyrannosaurus
And there you have it, the world's most famous dinosaur to ever be discovered, Tyrannosaurus rex. This theropod has been in documentaries, cartoons, games, books and comics, plus there are even toys, statues, cards, etc. 

In my opinion, Tyrannosaurus is quite literally one of the mascots of the Jurassic Park/World franchise, along with Velociraptor.

Gotta say, it took me a while to type this profile the way I wanted to. I wanted it to be big, and I do mean big.

But I'm not stopping here. I have other theropods that need to some well deserved attention, along with many other prehistoric creatures.

The next profile's gonna be anonymous for now.

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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Dimetrodon




Name Meaning: Two Measures Tooth

Nickname: Dimetro

Timeline: Permian (295-272 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Synapsida, Pelycosauria, Sphenacodontia, Sphenacodontoidea, Sphenacondontidae

Length: 15 feet long

Height: 1.5 meters

Weight: 551 lbs

Range: Isla Muerta, Isla Grande

Description

Some called it a dinosaur, yet this identification was false. Dimetrodon is not a dinosaur nor does it share any family connection to dinosaurs at all. Instead, Dimetrodon is a type of mammal-like reptile related to modern mammals, despite not looking like much. It's appearance alone is frightening, but at 15 feet long, Dimetrodon angelensis could send chills down a person's spine. It's razor sharp teeth and ambush tactics make it an effective predator of small prey, though it will also scavenge if need be. They can be found thriving mainly on Isla Muerta, along with also thriving on Isla Grande.


Habitat

On Isla Muerta, Dimetrodon is often seen wandering through the valleys during the day when hunting or scavenging. On Isla Grande, they instead thrive near wetlands, swamps and in jungles around rivers, lakes, savannas and badlands.


Behavior

Dimetrodon is mostly seen to be a solitary animal that lives and hunts alone, though occasional group feedings are known to occur when scavenging on carrion. Females with nests become extremely aggressive and will defend their young fiercely from anyone or any animal that ventures too close, including cannibalistic males.

Though it is rarely recorded, Dimetrodon is a capable swimmer and will often enter water to cool itself off during times of intense heat.


Hunting

Dimetrodon is mainly a generalist ambush predator, using the element of surprise to conduct a quick burst of speed over short distances before snagging it's prey in it's jaws. When challenging for carrion, it will simply use it's size and it's massive sail to scare smaller predators off a carcass.

Given it's size, Dimetrodon commonly hunts down small prey. Primary targets consist of Thescelosaurus, Valdosaurus, Hypsilophodon, Leaellynasaura, Dryosaurus, Protoceratops, Leptoceratops, Homalocephale, Pachycephalosaurus, Rhabdodon, Psittacosaurus and Atlascopcosaurus. However, from time to time, Dimetrodon will also target the hadrosaurs Fukuisaurus and Telmatosaurus. On Grande, in addition to still hunting the previously mentioned herbivores, Dimetrodon will also hunt mammals like Moeritherium, Procoptodon, Synthetoceras, Coryphodon and Aepycamelus.

In areas where there's water, Dimetrodon will often subsist on fish and some species of amphibians that thrive there.


Interspecific Competition

On Isla Muerta, Dimetrodon primarily competes for food with theropods Piatnitzkysaurus and Deinonychus. Up in the valleys, all three predators are seen to coexist. In one on one encounters, Deinonychus will quickly surrender carcasses to a hungry Dimetrodon instead of challenging it, though sometimes it will fight if desperate enough. Piatnitzkysaurus occasionally tries to defend kills against Dimetrodon, though will usually retreat most of the time unless they have young with them. But as of this month, sightings of Piatnitzkysaurus actively fighting Dimetrodon in one on one confrontations have been recorded by observers. One such occurrence involved a lone male aggressively challenging a Dimetrodon that had ventured into it's territory in search of food, resulting in a fight in which both animals were injured, with the theropod suffering nasty bites to it's left leg and right arm while the Dimetrodon was left with a missing eye, bloody wounds on it's side and a chunk of it's sail bitten off, though both had died from their injuries two days later. The pseudosuchian Ornithosuchus can also sometimes be seen confronting Dimetrodon at kills. However, predators such as Ceratosaurus, large Abelisaurs, Postosuchus and Saurosuchus are avoided at all costs.

On Isla Grande, the main competition of Dimetrodon includes Alectrosaurus, Marshosaurus, Fukuiraptor, Prestosuchus, Sarkastodon, Archaeotherium and Kaprosuchus. Strangely, Dimetrodon is also seen to coexist with the huge lizard Megalania without conflict, with observers unable to figure out why.

InGen Carnivore Profile: Dimetrodon
And there you have it, Dimetrodon. I still remember that when I first heard of Dimetrodon as a kid, I initially thought that it was a dinosaur. I even had some Dimetrodon toys back then. But after I read up on it a little more, I've now since became accepting of the fact that Dimetrodon is actually a mammal-like reptile ancestor of today's mammals, not dinosaurs.

Eventually I got to learn more about Dimetrodon years later in the documentary Walking With Monsters, where it was shown living alongside and preying on it's herbivorous cousin Edaphosaurus. But later on I learned through further research that Dimetrodon never lived in a hot and dry environment as shown in the documentary, it actually lived around wetlands where there was water and plenty of vegetation. Plus, it didn't just eat other mammal-like reptiles, but also amphibians and fish.

This was the best I could do with Dimetrodon, I did all I could. I chose to use Dimetrodon angelensis since it's the biggest species of all.

And now, without further ado, next profile will feature the carnivore you've all been waiting for. 

The wait will finally come to an end as I prepare to introduce the most famous dinosaur of it's time and place: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rE_TUw…

That's right, TYRANNOSAURUS REX!

*The crowd erupts with cheers as fireworks fill the sky*

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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Herrerasaurus




Name Meaning: Herrera's Lizard

Nickname: Herrera

Timeline: Late Triassic (231.4 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Saurischia, Herrerasauridae

Length: 20 feet long

Height: 7 feet tall

Weight: 350 kg

Range: Isla Muerta, Isla Nublar 


Description

This early dinosaur may be one of the most basal out of InGen's recreated carnivores, but it certainly is no wimp despite it's size. Herrerasaurs are not only fast, but also surprisingly strong for carnivores of their size, tackling prey items even bigger them themselves at times, especially in packs. While not the biggest predators on Isla Muerta, they are one of the most common. However, their sightings on Isla Nublar have yet to be mentioned.


Habitat

Herrerasaurus commonly lurks through the dense jungles of Isla Muerta, using the shade of the trees for cover when conducting ambushes on the grasslands during the day, though they will travel up to the valleys at night.



Behavior

As juveniles, Herrerasaurus can be spotted travelling and hunting in packs which consist of at least six or eight members. While not as proficient as raptors, they are still able to work well together in a hunt, though the packs eventually dissolve when the members go their separate ways. Adults spend most of their days living in solitude, though they sometimes travel in mated pairs and even alongside the juveniles. Fights over mates and territory are known to mostly occur between males, though females sometimes compete for the best nesting sights.

While mostly diurnal, they are also capable of hunting in the night, which keeps them out of competition with larger carnivores.

Based on the events of the 1993 incident on Isla Nublar, Herrerasaurus are very hostile to humans, whom they also see as potential prey. 


Hunting

Herrerasaurs are opportunistic carnivores who commonly take whatever prey is available to them at the time. Adults and juveniles are able to kill most types of smaller prey alone, but will rely on pack hunting to bring down medium and large prey. They use their speed to run down their prey, though how they attack it depends on the size of the prey item.

With small prey, adults and juveniles will use their jaws to grip around the neck, forcing the prey to the ground and suffocating the windpipe. But with medium and large prey, Herrerasaurs swarm around and leap onto the prey, using their teeth and claws to inflict wounds which cause excessive bleeding.

Dryosaurus is seen as being the most frequently hunted small prey of solitary Herrerasaurus, next to Thescelosaurus, Ornithomimus, small ceratopsians and Rhabdodon. Medium targets include Achelousaurus, Telmatosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Tenontosaurus, Bactrosaurus, Camptosaurus, Massospondylus, Blikanasaurus, Magyarosaurus, Bellusaurus and Yunnanosaurus, while larger prey includes Maiasaura, Hypacrosaurus, Iguanodon and Plateosaurus. 


Interspecific Competition

In the daytime, Herrerasaurus shares the grasslands with the tyrannosauroid Dryptosaurus. Both carnivores will hunt the same prey, which often draws them into competition with one another. However, recent studies show that Herrerasaurs are not as frequently spotted in certain areas where Dryptosaurus is seen hunting while at the same time Dryptosaurus is less known in areas where Herrerasaurus is more abundant, suggesting that they commonly avoid each other. However, when their hunting ranges overlap, niche differentiation occurs in which Herrerasaurus hunts smaller prey and leaves the bigger prey to Dryptosaurus. However, Dryptosaurus will sometimes use it's ferocity and larger size to steal kills from Herrerasaurus.

Up in the valleys at night, the most noted competition of Herrerasaurus is the dromaeosaur Deinonychus. Although smaller, Deinonychus compensates by hunting in close social packs which they use to intimidate solitary Herrerasaurs into surrendering their kills, but will encounter resistance from Herrerasaur packs. Hunting at night in the valleys also enables Herrerasaurus to avoid competing with the likes of Piatnitzkysaurus and Ceratosaurus, both of whom tend to frequent the valleys during the day.





 


InGen Carnivore Profile: Herrerasaurus
And here we have one of the earliest and oldest dinosaurs to ever evolve. The only time we ever saw this carnivore in the Jurassic Park franchise was in Jurassic Park III: Park Builder and Telltale's Jurassic Park the Game. 

I really tried my best on this profile, okay?

Next up we have the prehistoric synapsid from the Permian who constantly gets mistaken for a dinosaur, Dimetrodon.

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InGen Carnivore Profile

Utahraptor




Name Meaning: Utah's Hunter

Nickname: U-raptor

Timeline: Early Cretaceous (126 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Coelurosauria, Maniraptora, Pennaraptora, Paraves, Dromaeosauridae, Eudromaeosauria

Length: 23 feet long

Height:  6 feet tall

Weight: 500 kg

Range: Isla Sorna


Description

If people thought that Velociraptor was bloodthirsty, then clearly they haven't met it's bigger and more violent cousin. With an appetite and aggression similar to InGen's larger theropods, Utahraptor is a truly dangerous carnivore. Being the largest dromaeosaur of all time, a single Utahraptor is deadly enough on it's own, but a pack is like a nightmare waiting to unfold. While not quite as fast and agile as it's smaller cousins, Utahraptor can still outpace most types of prey. Two varieties are seen to exist on Isla Sorna, with the accurately feathered species U.ostrommaysorum thriving in the East while a featherless species, which InGen calls U.sornatensia, thrives in the North.


Habitat

In the East region of Sorna, the feathered U-raptor commonly prefers hunting on the savannas at dawn and at night to evade stiff competition. Up in the North region, the featherless U.sornatensia conducts similar behavior, hunting during dawn and nighttime on the plains and grasslands, along with venturing down near riversides.


Behavior


Much like Deinonychus and Velociraptor, Utahraptor is an intelligent predator with a very bad temper. Although they sometimes hunt in packs, they are not always as social or cooperative, with the leader even being challenged for dominance by one or two of it's own subordinates. During group feedings, conflict among the pack will break out as each member strives to eat the best parts of the carcass. In the mating season, lone males will fight each other for breeding rights. But in packs, only leaders have access to breeding with the mates of their choice.

Upon hatching, youngsters are raised and protected by their mothers, even without the aid of a pack. Once they set off on their own as young adults, they will either become solitary or form packs with other Utahraptor.

Though they will attack humans, they do not always eat them. Instead, those that kill without eating the humans will leave them for scavengers.


Hunting

As large raptors, U-raptor is more than able to take certain types of prey either on it's own or in packs. Though they cannot run as fast as most raptors, they are revealed to be just as strong due to their somewhat bulkier body. They are capable of taking down small and medium prey alone, but will hunt in groups to bring down large prey.

Solitary Utahraptor prefer hunting Dryosaurus, Thescelosaurus, Valdosaurus, Fukuisaurus, Bactrosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Brachylophosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Rhabdodon, Camptosaurus, Tenontosaurus, Gallimimus, Struthiomimus and Ornithomimus. On occasion, they will also hunt the ceratopsians Centrosaurus and Arrhinoceratops.

Packs of Utahraptor prefer to hunt larger prey such as Iguanodon, Corythosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Maiasaura, Hypacrosaurus, Gryposaurus, Edmontosaurus, Lambeosaurus, Triceratops, Pachyrhinosaurus and juvenile sauropods. Amazingly, Utahraptor packs are also known to fearlessly hunt herbivores like the giant ornithopod Shantungosaurus, the spike tailed Stegosaurs and the vegetarian theropod Therizinosaurus.

Though they do not regularly hunt them, Utahraptor will sometimes even cannibalize smaller raptors.


Interspecific Competition

In certain parts of the North region, Utahraptor sornatensia regularly competes fiercely with Velociraptor sornaensis and Deinonychus sornatus. The three raptor species commonly target the same prey and thus are forced to compete for hunting rights. In one on one disputes, a single Utahraptor is quickly able to dominate both of it's smaller cousins at kills but will be mobbed and sometimes chased off if confronted by large packs. Based on a number of encounters, Utahraptors have more success in stealing or defending kills from these packs by relying on their own packs as well as their size to turn the tables. All three species are even known to kill each other's offspring to eliminate further competition. 

Larger North based predators such as Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus fragilis, Carcharodontosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Megalosaurus and many others have been known to easily dominate and sometimes kill Utahraptor. To this end, they instinctively escape from the area when a larger carnivore approaches. However, they are no strangers to attacking juveniles, as revealed by an incident involving a Utahraptor harassing a juvenile Tyrannosaurus that had just killed a Dryosaurus. 

Down in the East region, the feathered Utahraptor species commonly meets competition from the apex predator Allosaurus lucasi and the asian theropod Yangchuanosaurus.

 
InGen Carnivore Profile: Utahraptor
The world's largest raptor ever discovered, Utahraptor. The only thing that made this raptor so interesting was it's large size. The one truly unique form of media that featured this raptor Walking with Dinosaurs where it was inaccurately depicted living in Europe and hunting Iguanodon, when in reality Utahraptor had actually lived in North America, not to mention it was depicted without feathers, which it did have in real life. Then there's Dinosaur Revolution, where it played a relatively minor role in Episode 3 which depicted a pack trying to hunt a juvenile Cedarosaurus, only to fail in the outcome. It was also the lead dinosaur in the novel Raptor Red, which depicted it facing off against Deinonychus and Acrocanthosaurus, neither of which had even evolved yet in North America around the time Utahraptor was active.

Nuff said. Anyway, next up will be one of prehistory's earliest dinosaurs, Herrerasaurus. 

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Throcktar: Dragon of Light
I used Wyndbain's Dragon Maker to make this. Then I used  my IPhone to take a picture of it.

Anyway, this is Throcktar, the benevolent and peace bringing Angel Dragon of Light, and the brother of Tragloc:  Tragloc: Dragon of Darkness by MegaSpinosaur 

Throcktar's feathered wings are the result of him adapting to his role as the Dragon of Light. He and his brother didn't start out as they are, they were each granted their respective status by their father, Ramiaro. Both their current looks that you see are the forms they turn into when in battle against powerful enemies.

But I'll explain all that in their backstory once I write it.

Throcktar and Tragloc belong to me.
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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Tarbosaurus




Name Meaning: Alarming Lizard

Nickname: Tarbo

Timeline: Late Cretaceous (70 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Orionides, Avetheropoda, Coelurosauria,Tyrannosauroidea, Tyrannosauridae

Length: 39 feet long

Height:  12 feet tall

Weight: 5 tons

Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Tacano

Description

Those who mistake Tarbosaurus for Tyrannosaurus at first sight would immediately be proven wrong by scientists who know them most. Despite the similarities in size and appearance, Tarbosaurus can be distinguished from Tyrannosaurus by it's color patterns and it's vocals, which are said to be more lower pitched. While initially living only on Isla Sorna in the North and South regions, InGen immediately had to relocate a large number of the Northern Tarbosaurs to Isla Tacano based on shocking reports of male and females crossbreeding with Tyrannosaurus. The hybrids that were spawned from these incidents were immediately rounded up and exterminated. However, there are rumors of at least one hybrid specimen still living somewhere on Sorna, though reports of it being sighted have yet to be filed.


Habitat

On Isla Sorna, Tarbosaurus is mostly seen thriving with a stable population in the South region of the island, living near the game trails, riversides and around the borders of the coniferous forests where they hunt. While there are still some living in the North, sightings are more rare due to their limited numbers.

The Tarbosaurs on Isla Tacano live and make their nests in the island's low density forests, but will venture out into the wide open savannas when hunting.


Behavior

Tarbosaurus, like some other large Tyrannosaurs, are highly aggressive. Males are extremely territorial and will attack any other dinosaur that trespasses, both carnivores and herbivores alike.

In the mating season, males issue out calls over long distances to attract females, but will sometimes resort to seeking out females personally if the calls do not work. Once paired up, they stay together and raise their offspring equally. Males provide the young with food while the females provide shelter and protection from threats. Once at a considerable age, the parents will then teach their young how to hunt. After reaching adolescence, the adults will leave them to fend for themselves.

Juvenile Tarbosaurs will stay together as a family pack for a time until they separate while on the way to becoming full fledged adults.


Hunting

Tarbosaurus is seen as a generalist predator and is not picky about what it hunts. While not fast enough for long distance pursuits, Tarbosaurus will instead conduct the use of ambush to attack and kill it's prey. Like Tyrannosaurus, it uses it's strong jaws to bring down the prey with a deadly bite to the spine or neck. 

As with most large theropod predators, Tarbosaurus primarily hunts large herbivores. Hadrosaurs are the most frequently targeted prey of this tyrannosaurid. It still hunts Saurolophus like before, but will also hunt Parasaurolophus, Corythosaurus, Maiasaura, Lambeosaurus, Gryposaurus, Hypacrosaurus, Edmontosaurus and Tsintaosaurus. In addition, they even hunt other large ornithopods like Iguanodon, Tenontosaurus, Ouranosaurus and Lurdusaurus.

Ceratopsians like Triceratops, Chasmosaurus and Torosaurus are taken from time to time, along with spike tailed Stegosaurus and some Ankylosaurs.

Last but not least, Tarbosaurus will also prey on Sauropods such as Mamenchisaurus, Apatosaurus, Patagosaurus, Diplodocus, Barosaurus, Jobaria and Supersaurus.

Juvenile and subadult Tarbosaurus mainly hunt smaller, faster prey such as ornithomimosaurs, small and medium ornithopods, Leptoceratops, Protoceratops and Pachycephalosaurs.

During times of famine where live prey is less abundant, Tarbosaurus will immediately head off in search of carrion.


Interspecific Competition

Second only to Tyrannosaurus, Tarbosaurus dominates as one of the apex predators in Isla Sorna's South region, being the second largest predator around. Currently, there have been no sightings of fierce competition between the two large theropods. Observers assumed that Tarbosaurus and Tyrannosaurus most likely operate in a similar manner to some of today's predators like lions and leopards by occupying different niches in certain areas depending on what they hunt. Conflict over carrion is known to happen, but this is purely based on the need for survival rather than one predator trying to outclass the other. Generally, both Tyrannosaurids would just simply ignore each other. Juveniles of both species have sometimes even been seen feeding together on carcasses without showing hostility to one another, a behavior which some scientists find to be baffling.

Tarbosaurus has been known to immediately dominate smaller predators such as Velociraptor, Deinonychus and Metriacanthosaurus. Although the three predators mainly target small and medium prey, Tarbosaurus will still jump at the chance to steal their kills by using it's size and aggression to scare them away. In contrast, the tiny theropod Compsognathus, being known for scavenging, will sometimes gather around and wait for a Tarbosaurus to finish it's meal and leave before moving in to eat the leftovers. 

On Isla Tacano, Tarbosaurus still dominates as apex predator, with it's only equal being the carnosaur, Tyrannotitan, though the two regularly avoid each other by hunting in different areas. Other predators who exist on the island include Allosaurus, Daspletosaurus, Teratophoneus, Torvosaurus and the rarely observed Tyrannosaurus "Canyon" Rex. While Teratophoneus and Daspletosaurus have been seen occasionally coexisting with Tarbosaurus without conflict, they are quick to retreat to safety when their presence is no longer tolerated, especially by protective parents or territorial males. Torvosaurus on the other hand is seen as an immediate threat, based primarily on reports of young Tarbosaurs being harassed by Torvosaurus, which incurs the wrath of angry adults. Allosaurs however will give Tarbosaurus a wide berth rather than risk a confrontation.



InGen Carnivore Profile: Tarbosaurus
Tarbosaurus, the largest Asian predator of Mongolia, the big time carnivore of it's ecosystem. It lived a couple years earlier before Tyrannosaurus had arrived in North America years later. Sure it may not be as famous, but it is still known to some paleontologists. It has made some appearances in documentaries, and I really wish they would make more about this dinosaur.

But ranting aside, next up we got Utahraptor, Herrerasaurus and Dimetrodon, along with a certain predator who shall remain anonymous. After that, I'll focus on some more of the lesser known predators that'll be in my JP fan series.

Anyway, you can always check out my other profiles: InGen Carnivore Profile: AcrocanthosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Acrocanthosaurus

Name Meaning: High Spined Lizard
Nickname: Acro
Timeline: Early Cretaceous (116-110 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Carcharodontosauridae, Allosauroidea, Carnosauria, Avetheropoda
Length: 38 feet long
Height: 16 feet tall.
Weight: 6.2 tons
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
Compared to other powerhouse predators on Isla Sorna, Acrocanthosaurus fits the bill as a powerhouse in it's own carnivorous way. Hunting prey as large as itself, this astonishing carnosaur establishes itself well among the heavy hitters of the food chain. It's serrated teeth and impressive strength make it a prominent predator of ornithopods, ceratopsians and sauropods.
Habitat
Acrocanthosaurs are frequent residents in wide spread Northern environments such as plains, grasslands and floodplains, often living in the forests that are close to these areas. In fact, some have even been found sharing la
  InGen Carnivore Profile: BaryonyxInGen Carnivore Profile:
Baryonyx

Name Meaning: Heavy Claw
Nickname: Bary
Timeline: Early Cretaceous (130-125 mya)
Diet: Piscivore/Carnivore
Family: Spinosauridae, Baryonichinae, Megalosauroidea
Length:  33 feet long
Height: 8.2 feet tall
Weight:  1.2 tons
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
This fish eating theropod is among the most unique of the island's meat eating dinosaurs. They catch fish like bears and swim like crocodiles, which comes in handy when swimming upstream in search of land based prey. Baryonyx is truly a sight to behold for observers who study it's wild lifestyle.
Habitat
Baryonyx can be found living near the shallow waters of the North based Marshes, staying out of the deeper water where it's bigger cousin Spinosaurus lives and hunts. However, in the mating season, males and females pair together inside coastal caves where they stay until the season ends. After mating, females
  InGen Carnivore Profile: CeratosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Ceratosaurus

Name Meaning: Horned Lizard
Nickname: Cerato
Timeline: Late Jurassic (153-148 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Ceratosauria, Ceratosauridae, Averostra
Length: 20 feet long (real size), 30.5 foot specimens are a direct result of genetic tampering
Height: 12 feet tall (genetic tampering), 8 feet tall (real height)
Weight: 524 kg (real weight), 1 ton (genetic tampering)
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Muerta
Description
Despite being smaller than most of InGen's big theropods, Ceratosaurus is no pushover in the thrill of a hunt. With it's deadly jaws and agile body, Ceratosaurus is easily capable of running down most prey items that other large carnivores could never catch regularly. According to observers, at least two known species are active. Ceratosaurus nasicornis is more common while the bigger species C.dentisulcatus is highly elusive. However, both species can be found more freq
  InGen Carnivore Profile: VelociraptorInGen Carnivore Profile:
Velociraptor
  
Name Meaning: Swift Seizer
Nickname: Raptor
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (75-71 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Maniraptora, Pennaraptora, Paraves, Dromaeosauridae, Eudromaeosauria
Length: 6 to 13 feet long
Height: 2 to 6 feet tall
Weight: 80 to 150 kg
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Nublar
Description
Anytime scientists or observers want to scare one another, they tell stories about Velociraptor. Infamous from the get go, Velociraptor lives up to it's reputation as being one of the most vicious predators around. With speed and intelligence on their side, these theropods alone are deadly in their own right. While a lone raptor is a danger to small sized herbivores, packs are known to be a major threat to larger ones. According to sightings on Sorna, two variants of the featherless, InGen bred Velociraptor antirrhopus are known to exist. But in recent times, the more accurat
 

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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Velociraptor

  


Name Meaning: Swift Seizer

Nickname: Raptor

Timeline: Late Cretaceous (75-71 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Coelurosauria, Maniraptora, Pennaraptora, Paraves, Dromaeosauridae, Eudromaeosauria

Length: 6 to 13 feet long

Height: 2 to 6 feet tall

Weight: 80 to 150 kg

Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Nublar


Description

Anytime scientists or observers want to scare one another, they tell stories about Velociraptor. Infamous from the get go, Velociraptor lives up to it's reputation as being one of the most vicious predators around. With speed and intelligence on their side, these theropods alone are deadly in their own right. While a lone raptor is a danger to small sized herbivores, packs are known to be a major threat to larger ones. According to sightings on Sorna, two variants of the featherless, InGen bred Velociraptor antirrhopus are known to exist. But in recent times, the more accurate sized and feathered species V. mongoliensis has been spotted on the island as well.


Habitat

On Isla Sorna, Velociraptor can be found living in the South and North regions of the island. The south based V.nublarensis make their homes and nests within the dense forests while the Northern based V.sornaensis stay within the deep and lush jungles, though both will venture out into the open areas of their regions to hunt, mostly during the night to avoid larger predators.

V.mongoliensis avoids contact with it's oversized counterparts by staying in the woodlands and shrublands. 

The exact status of the Nublar based V.nublarensis is unclear due to lack of sightings. 


Behavior

Based on the experiences of survivors from four past incidents, Velociraptor are renowned as being cunning, aggressive and very clever. They hunt in organized packs which are led only by the most dominant males or females. However, the established hierarchy differs depending on the variants.

V.nublarensis is noted to have a strict and semi-social interaction when in packs. Females and males are both seen to be brutal, particularly when asserting dominance among the ranks. Packs that are led by a mated pair are relegated to being subordinate under the leadership of both alphas, who also have full control over breeding rights. Members who threaten their authority or get out of line are immediately attacked and sometimes killed in retaliation, while nomads will immediately challenge alphas for leadership. Young are cared for at an early age until they reach full maturity, during which the leaders evict them from the pack, forcing the youngsters to form groups of their own. 

In sharp contrast, V.sornaensis are seen as being more social and somewhat wise, yet aggressive when provoked. They also appear to be more vocal in communication, using various sounds in an almost bird-like fashion. Though packs are sometimes led by alpha males, it is mainly females who assume the role of alpha. During mating season, it is the females who select their mates rather than the other way around. Mated pairs stay together for life and raise their young with assistance from their pack members. When the young are threatened by enemies, the parents become extremely aggressive and will defend them with their lives.

V.mongoliensis however is more unpredictable. While they do hunt in packs, it is unknown how organized they are due to lack of study on their social behavior.

Finally, what makes Velociraptor so dangerous and infamous is it's reputation as a man eater. According to some reports, V.antirrhopus is revealed to have committed numerous man-eating incidents, with a stunning kill record of over 99 human deaths.


Hunting

Like Deinonychus, Velociraptor are specialist predators who employ the use of packs and strategy to bring down prey as big as themselves. They secretly stalk their prey from within the shadows of provided cover, and when the moment comes, they will spring out of hiding to launch an ambush, rushing at their prey as they chase it across the land using quick bursts of speed. Upon catching up, they will latch onto it from all directions, utilizing their teeth and sharp claws to rip into the victim, causing excess bleeding until the prey is brought down. With smaller prey, a lone raptor will pin it's victim to the ground with it's claws, then kill by biting the neck and suffocating it. In some cases, solitary V.antirrhopus will also even break the necks of their small prey with a bite and twist maneuver.

Both variants of V.antirrhopus preferably hunt medium and large prey items when traveling in packs. Observed sightings show that ornithopods are their most favored source of food. Commonly taken prey include Parasaurolophus, Corythosaurus, Maiasaura, Hypacrosaurus, Gryposaurus, Brachylophosaurus, Tenontosaurus, Camptosaurus, Iguanodon, Gilmoreosaurus, Fukuisaurus, Bactrosaurus, Probactrosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Edmontosaurus and Lambeosaurus. Interestingly, the North variant V.sornaensis has been seen gathering in bigger packs to attack and kill the large ornithopod Shantungosaurus. 

 Large Ceratopsians and Stegosaurs are sometimes included in the V.antirrhopus diet, along with Pachycephalosaurs and Ornithomimosaurs. Large Sauropods and Ankylosaurs on the other hand are completely avoided.

Solitary raptors exclusively only hunt smaller targets, with their favored prey being Dryosaurus, Ornithomimus, Struthiomimus, Valdosaurus, Homalocephale, Prenocephale, Hypsilophodon and small Ceratopsians.

The life-sized V.mongoliensis primarily hunts Agilisaurus, Atlascoposaurus, Drinker, Abrictosaurus, Pisanosaurus, Parksosaurus, Thecodontosaurus, Breviceratops, Psittacosaurus, Protoceratops, Leptoceratops, Scutellosaurus and Anchisaurus.


Interspecific Competition

Despite their status as successful predators, Velociraptor must constantly compete for prey and hunting grounds with other carnivores of various sizes. To this end, they seek to avoid competition by hunting during specific times. They usually hunt at early times in the day such as dawn, but mostly tend to hunt at night.

During the day, Velociraptor is frequently undermined by the larger predators that live in the North and South regions of the island. They tend to lose kills to Tyrannosaurs and Carnosaurs more often than any other predator they encounter. Other predators such as Carnotaurus, Megalosaurus and Torvosaurus, as well as Deltadromeus, Afrovenator, Fasolasuchus and Metriacanthosaurus are also known to bully them away from their kills.

However, the two greatest enemies of Velociraptor are it's cousins Deinonychus and Utahraptor. In areas where the three species coexist, competition over the same prey is known to occur. Violent confrontations between Deinonychus and Velociraptor have been recorded on a number of occasions, including one such encounter in which a lone raptor was mobbed and mauled by a pack of Deinonychus when it crossed into their territory, with the raptor dying from it's injuries a few hours later. Utahraptor on the other hand is often seen harassing Velociraptor and even raiding their nests, killing their offspring to eliminate competition. However, there are rare times where Velociraptor will mob Utahraptor at kills when hungry or even chase them away from their territory.

While often seen but not always recorded, competition between Coelophysis and Velociraptor can also occur.

During the night, while they still contend with Deinonychus and Utahraptor, they also meet competition from other nocturnal predators such as Troodon, Ceratosaurus, Aucasaurus and Cryolophosaurus.

V.mongoliensis rarely encounters any form of competition, with the exception of other small theropods such as the scavenging Compsognathus, along with the other predators Ornitholestes, Masiakasaurus, Staurikosaurus and Velocisaurus.
InGen Carnivore Profile: Velociraptor
Ever since those Jurassic Park movies came out, this dinosaur has achieved so much popularity that it even makes appearances in documentaries on occasion, including one called Dinosaur Planet where it was the lead dinosaur in the first episode.

Bet you didn't expect me to include two pictures in this profile. I did this to show off the two types of raptors that appeared in the first three Jurassic Park movies long before Jurassic World was released. And I chose to add in the life sized and feathered species to display diversity among dromaeosaurs.

Tune in next time for the asian Tyrannosaurid, Tarbosaurus.

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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Sinraptor



Name Meaning: China Robber

Nickname:  Sin

Timeline: Late Jurassic (160 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Avetheropoda, Allosauroidea, Metriacanthosauridae, Metriacanthosaurinae

Length: 25 feet long

Height: 9.8 feet tall

Weight: 1 ton

Range: Isla Matanceros

Description

Although smaller than most of the giant theropods on Matanceros, Sinraptor is not to be underestimated as a hunter. As a lightweight, this mid sized carnivore can move with enough speed to outpace and run down certain types of prey in a chase.


Habitat

Sinraptor can be found wandering and hunting on the wide open grasslands during the daytime and slumbering in the nearby forests during the nighttime. During times of live prey scarcity, it will also travel off to the beaches in search of a free meal. In other cases, Sinraptor has been seen going down to watering holes where herbivores gather to drink. 


Behavior

Sinraptor is seen as being very ferocious and aggressive. Though largely solitary most of the time, pairs and trios have been seen hunting together on minor occasions. Males are seen to be more dangerous in the mating season when fueled by testosterone while females only become vicious when protecting their young from threats and will attack any carnivore of any size.

Though Sinraptor does not eat humans, females will attack those that get too close to their nests.


Hunting

Sinraptor is one of the fastest theropods in the wild of Matanceros, relying on speed and agility to chase after their intended prey and using it's claws and teeth to bring it down with force.

Sinraptor largely prefers hunting small to medium prey on the grasslands where it thrives. Ornithomimosaurs are the most commonly taken prey, with frequent targets being Struthiomimus, Ornithomimus, Harpymimus, Archaeornithomimus, Sinornithomimus, Dromiceiomimus and Gallimimus. Other dinosaurs that are occasionally taken by Sinraptor on the grasslands include Dryosaurus, Thescelosaurus, Valdosaurus, Hypsilophodon, Rhabdodon, Tenontosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Camptosaurus, Fukuisaurus, Bactrosaurus and Brachylophosaurus.

Groups of Sinraptor will seek out and hunt tougher prey like Arrhinoceratops, Pentaceratops, Torosaurus, Stegosaurus, Wuerhosaurus and Tuojiangosaurus, along with bigger prey like Iguanodon, Lambeosaurus and Corythosaurus, followed by juvenile sauropods.


Interspecific Competition

Despite occasionally visiting watering holes and beaches for food, Sinraptor stays exclusively on the grasslands where it occupies the role as top predator of that specific location, though this doesn't mean competition isn't inevitable.

According to some recorded sightings by observers, the most known predator competition of Sinraptor is the mid-sized dromaeosaur, Achillobator (Note: I replaced Dakotaraptor with Achillobator because I felt it would fit better). Though it is not as common on the grasslands as Sinraptor, Achillobator has sometimes been seen hunting the same prey in the area, which brings the two predators into frequent competition. Achillobator however would try to avoid direct conflict with Sinraptor by hunting down Dryosaurus, Thescelosaurus and Rhabdodon. However, Achillobator is shown to pose a threat to young Sinraptor and will even approach nests to get at the offspring. While a single Achillobator would be no match for an adult Sinraptor, packs are often seen mobbing them at kills.

Aside from these encounters, the greatest threat to Sinraptor is the island's apex predator, Carcharodontosaurus. While mostly a predator of larger prey items, Carcharodontosaurus is more than willing to steal the kills of any Sinraptor it crosses paths with. It will even mercilessly kill Sinraptors that dare to fight back if opportunity knocks.

Though rarely observed, sightings of Sinraptor competing with Megalosaurus for carrion on beaches have been reported. Similar encounters with Gorgosaurus are also known to occur.
InGen Carnivore Profile: Sinraptor
It certainly wasn't all that easy for me to come up with the words for this dinosaur. The two times I ever saw this theropod in the media were in that Dinosaur Revolution series where it was inaccurately shown hunting Shunosaurus since the two dinosaurs never ever coexisted. The second time was in Planet Dinosaur where a juvenile was shown hunting the smaller theropod Epidexipteryx twice, and manages to kill one in the second hunt.

But enough about that. Next up will be the ever famous theropod who made it big in the media department, Velociraptor. I won't be pulling any punches with this one, I'll be going all out to explain about this theropod.

Be on the look out.

Also, if you want to see more profiles, check out some of the ones I previously wrote:  InGen Carnivore Profile: PiatnitzkysaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Piatnitzkysaurus

Name Meaning: Piatnitzky Lizard
Nickname: Piat
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (166-164 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family:  Megalosauroidea, Piatnitzkysauridae
Length: 14 feet long
Height: 7 feet tall
Weight: 990 lbs
Range: Isla Muerta
Description
Compared to it's more bigger and bloodthirsty cousin Megalosaurus, Piatnitzkysaurus is surprising not as deadly as it appears. It hunts during the day and sleeps during the night. Unlike most of Muerta's theropods, Piatnitzkysaurus is rather docile, but will attack if provoked, particularly when they have young with them.
Habitat
Piatnitzkysaurus make their homes and nests in the mountains around the valleys where they hunt. During the night, they sleep within communal mountain caves to provide shelter for their offspring.
But occasionally, packs can be found wandering around beaches searching for carcasses.
Behavior
  InGen Carnivore Profile: CarnotaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Carnotaurus


Name Meaning:
Meat Eating Bull
Nickname: Carno
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (72-69.9 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Abelisauroidea, Abelisauria, Abelisauridae, Brachyrostra, Carnotaurini
Length: 30 feet long
Height: 13 feet tall
Weight: 1.35 metric tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Pena
Description
While it's arms may be tiny and useless for grabbing prey, Carnotaurus is by no means a wimp. With it's lightweight build and powerful legs, this carnivore can run fast enough to outpace even a ornithomimid. This makes it a successful predator of prey animals that even Tyrannosaurus couldn't catch.
Habitat
Carnotaurs on Sorna more preferably make their homes in woodlands that are close to the grasslands while the Pena based Carnotaurs frequent the shrublands, steppes and wide open forests near areas where water is plentiful.
Behavior
Carnotaurus are seen to be inc
  InGen Carnivore Profile: DilophosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Dilophosaurus

Name Meaning: Double Crested Lizard
Nickname: Dilo
Timeline:  Early Jurassic (193 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Neotheropoda, Dilophosauridae
Length: 20 feet long
Height: 10 feet tall
Weight: 1 ton
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
This primitive theropod is a sight for sore eyes, recognizable mainly by the two crests on it's head. Unlike the previous Dilophosaurs who possessed frills and the ability to spit venom, the more accurate Dilophosaurus wetherilli is an astonishing dinosaur. Although smaller than big predators like T.rex, Dilophosaurus is not one to be taken lightly, especially by scientists and observers. It's small size and lightweight make it a full fledged hunter that can actively pursue it's prey.
Habitat
Dilophosaurus lives in the island's Northern savanna, where it thrives as one of the more abundant predators. It coexists alongside Monolophosauru
  InGen Carnivore Profile: AllosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Allosaurus

Name Meaning: Different Lizard
Nickname: Allo
Timeline: Late Jurassic (155-150 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Allosauridae, Allosauroidea, Carnosauria, Avetheropoda
Length: 28 to 32 feet long, with 39 foot specimens being rare
Height: 14 feet tall
Weight: 2.3 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Tacano
Description

Second only to Tyrannosaurus as one of the most commonly seen theropod predators, Allosaurus is truly a predator to behold. It is also the only known large theropod predator that has more than one species active on Isla Sorna, with three species in total, though they each live in diverse regions on the island. The common species, Allosaurus fragilis lives in the North. The smaller A.europaeus thrives in the West while the bigger A.lucasi occupies the East. On Isla Tacano, A.europaeus and A.lucasi are sometimes shown to be sympatric. Despite being large p
 

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InGen Carnivore Profile:

Saurophaganax

Untitled by MegaSpinosaur

Name Meaning: Lizard Eating Master

Nickname: Sauro

Timeline: Late Jurassic (150 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Allosauroidea, Allosauridae

Length: 43 feet length

Height: 14 feet tall

Weight: 3 tons

Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Pena

Description

At first glance, some would mistake Saurophaganax as a giant Allosaurus because of it's close resemblance. However, what distinguishes Saurophaganax from it's more well known cousin is it's high levels of aggression and thirst for blood. Saurophaganax is truly a vicious predator, showing no fear and attacking without mercy. Those who thought that Megalosaurus was a nightmarish killer have never seen what Saurophaganax is capable of.


Habitat

On Isla Sorna, Saurophaganax lives in the North region. Males prefer to make their homes inside deep caves where they store food and rest during the night, while females live close to riverbanks where they sometimes hunt herbivores who come down to drink. But both males and females tend to hunt in open areas, such as the plains and grasslands.

On Isla Pena, Saurophaganax lives around the borders of the shrublands, but can also be found near watering holes and close to the steppes.


Behavior
Compared to most of InGen's large carnivores, Saurophaganax is one of the most dangerous to the core. They are extremely violent and exclusively solitary outside of mating season, with males going so far as to attack anything that ventures into their territory. Females are seen to be the most deadly, especially when around their babies, which they protect with their lives.

Even juveniles have been shown to be as ferocious as the adults, especially when they reach maturity.

As with Carcharodontosaurus and Giganotosaurus, Saurophaganax is strongly feared by observers, hunters and poachers, with the former people keeping their distance while the latter people completely avoid them.


Hunting

Saurophaganax are large predators who hunt a wide variety of prey items. Although it is fast for a carnivore of it's size, Saurophaganax instead prefers to use ambush when hunting, moving in silently until it comes close enough to launch a surprise attack. If successful, it forces the prey to the ground and pins it down with it's foot before delivering a bite to the neck. If pursuit is required, it will use it's jaws to bite at the legs or tail of the prey to restrain it before yanking it to the ground where it finishes it off with a throat bite.

Saurophaganax mostly targets prey close to it's size or large as itself, but will take medium prey on occasion. Primary targets include Edmontosaurus, Lambeosaurus, Iguanodon, Tenontosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Camptosaurus Hypacrosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Corythosaurus, Gryposaurus, Saurolophus, Maiasaura, Barsboldia, Lurdusaurus, Gilmoreosaurus and Shantungosaurus. Stegosaurs are also hunted, along with some sauropods, ceratopsians and ankylosaurs.
 
Mature juveniles and subadults preferably subsist on Dryosaurus, Thescelosaurus, Valdosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Fukuisaurus, Bactrosaurus, Brachylophosaurus and ornithomimosaurs.

On Isla Pena, Saurophaganax stills hunts other dinosaurs, but will also target the mammals who coexist with them. Mammalian prey that is hunted include Paraceratherium, Uintatherium, Arsinotherium, Macrauchenia, Diprotodon, Eremotherium and Chalicotherium.

Anytime live prey becomes scarce or when there's a carcass nearby, Saurophaganax will jump at the chance to scavenge.


Interspecific Competition

On Isla Sorna, Saurophaganax commonly competes for food and hunting grounds with the likes of other large carnivores. While it still comes into conflict with it's natural enemies Torvosaurus and Allosaurus, it will also contend with Tyrannosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Fasolasuchus, Acrocanthosaurus, Spinosaurus, Megalosaurus and Mapusaurus.

Smaller predators such as raptors, Ceratosaurus, Afrovenator and Deltadromeus will immediately surrender their kills to an adult Saurophaganax. However, they are very stiff competition to younger individuals.

On Isla Pena, Saurophaganax occupies the role of apex predator. As the largest carnivore on the island, Saurophaganax is largely unchallenged by all other predators with the exception of Bahariasaurus. The other resident predators Carnotaurus, Metriacanthosaurus, Amphicyon, Hyaenodon and Megistotherium would usually seek to avoid confrontations with Saurophaganax by hunting small to medium prey. Daeodon on the other hand is seen to actually fear this theropod, based on some recorded sightings of both juvenile and adult Saurophaganax actively preying on the entelodont. 



InGen Carnivore Profile: Saurophaganax
And here we have the largest of all Jurassic theropods from the Morrison Formation, Saurophaganax. Some may already know of Saurophaganax since it was previously featured in an anime called Dinosaur King. Plus, it also appeared in Episode 4 of Planet Dinosaur where it stole a dead Camptosaurus from an Allosaurus that had just killed the herbivore.

Anyways, coming up next will be Sinraptor. 

I gotta say, if I thought about it before, I would have been writing profiles like these on here two years ago. 

Feel free to check out some previous ones: 

InGen Carnivore Profile: AfrovenatorInGen Carnivore Profile:
Afrovenator

Name Meaning: African Hunter
Nickname: Afro
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (162 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Megalosauroidea, Megalosauria, Megalosauridae, Afrovenatorinae
Length: 26 feet long
Height: 10 feet tall
Weight: 1 ton
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
This African theropod is one of Sorna's most elusive theropods ever documented. As such, only very few observers have ever encountered at least one or two of them. Those who have seen them were lucky enough to survive, as even elusive predators like this one are known to be merciless killers.
Habitat
Afrovenator can primarily be sighted roaming through the Northern savannas, where it lives as apex predator. However, they can also occasionally be seen wandering through jungles and plains along with swimming through shallow rivers and lakes.
Behavior
Afrovenator, like most megalosaurs, are highly aggressive and t
  InGen Carnivore Profile: NeovenatorInGen Carnivore Profile:
Neovenator

Name Meaning: New Hunter
Nickname: Neo
Timeline: Early Cretaceous (125 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Allosauroidea, Allosauria, Carcharodontosauria, Neovenatoridae
Length: 25 to 33 feet long
Height:  7.5 to 11.3 feet tall
Weight:  2 to 4 tons
Range: Isla Matanceros
Description
As one of the seven predators on Isla Matanceros, Neovenator is a predator that draws much attention from observers. Although not as big as it's cousin Carcharodontosaurus, it can still attack with incredible tenacity.
Habitat
Neovenator can be found around the badlands of Matanceros where it hunts on a daily basis. They are active here mainly in the daytime, all the while resting inside mountain caves in the coniferous forests and jungles during the evening.
Behavior
Unpredictable, bloodthirsty and aggressive, Neovenator is a vicious theropod. They are solitary by nature and ra
  InGen Carnivore Profile: CarcharodontosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Carcharodontosaurus

Name Meaning: Shark Tooth Lizard
Nickname: Carcha
Timeline: Early-Late Cretaceous (100-94 mya)
Diet: Carnivore 
Family: Allosauroidea, Allosauria, Carcharodontosauria, Carcharodontosauridae
Length: 44 feet long
Height: 12 feet tall
Weight: 6.2 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Matanceros
Description
This huge predator can be considered a monster among dinosaurs, due in part to it's infamous ferocity. Growing as big as even Tyrannosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus is a deadly killer. Armed with razor sharp teeth and a fierce appetite, it'll hunt just about anything it sees. Even tough herbivores like sauropods and ceratopsians aren't safe from the wrath of this giant theropod. While it is mostly elusive on Isla Sorna, it thrives openly on Isla Matanceros and is at the top of the food chain.
Habitat
Carcharodontosaurus lives in the North of Isla Sorna. The dwell wit
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Daspletosaurus

Name Meaning:  Frightful Lizard
Nickname: Das
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (77-74 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Coelurosauria, Tyrannosauroidea, Tyrannosauridae, Tyrannosaurinae
Length: 30 feet long
Height: 10 feet tall
Weight:  2.5 tons
Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Tacano
Description 
This 30 foot carnivore may just look like a mini Tyrannosaurus at first glance, but it certainly has a ferocity which matches that of it's larger cousin. Daspletosaurus is among the most formidable of InGen's carnivores, hunting the toughest of herbivores, with ceratopsians being it's number one target. While sightings on Sorna have started becoming more common as of last year, sightings are more frequent on Isla Tacano.
Habitat
Daspletosaurus can be found wandering around through the Northern floodplains, grasslands and sometimes on beaches, usually when
 

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Torvosaurus



Name Meaning: Savage Lizard

Nickname: Torvo

Timeline: Late Jurassic (153-148 mya)

Diet: Carnivore

Family: Orionides, Megalosauroidea, Megalosauridae, Megalosaurinae

Length: 33 to 35 feet long

Height:  14 feet tall

Weight: 3.6 to 4.5 tons

Range: Isla Sorna, Isla Tacano


Description

Along with it's cousin Megalosaurus, Torvosaurus truly lives up to it's name as a bloodthirsty killer carnivore. Torvosaurus will attack just about any dinosaur that they see. Ornithopods, sauropods, ceratopsians, even stegosaurs are targets of this deadly predator's appetite. The North American type species, Torvosaurus tanneri, lives on Isla Sorna, while the Europe based Torvosaurus gurneyi thrives on Isla Tacano.


Habitat

On Sorna, Torvosaurus tanneri lives around the riversides and canopy forests of the island's North region, along with occasionally visiting watering holes, lakes and floodplains to hunt for potential prey. They'll even scout along beaches to search for carrion, next to stalking herds of herbivores on the open plains.

On Tacano, Torvosaurus gurneyi lives in the upland forests of the island and sometimes ventures down to the grasslands, plains and savannas to hunt.


Behavior

Like the closely related Megalosaurus, Torvosaurus is extremely aggressive and strictly solitary outside the mating season. They are also short tempered carnivores and refuse to allow other predators to cross into their territory. They are known to be ferocious fighters and will immediately drive away or kill other predators if they have the upper hand.

Surprisingly, unlike Megalosaurus, Torvosaurus will pair up for life with the mates of their choice, with both parents taking responsibility in raising the young. Even after their offspring have left the nest, they will still remain together in monogamy.

Despite willingly attacking humans, they are not man-eaters since they do not eat the humans that they kill, but instead leave their corpses behind to serve as a warning to anyone who dares to venture into their domain, especially hunters.


Hunting

Torvosaurus are voracious predators, hunting down prey in the large size range. Though it is not quite as agile as most predators, it is still a good runner and can keep up with most of it's prey. When catching prey, it employs the use of it's powerful arms to latch onto it's target and bite into the neck or throat with it's jaws.

Ornithopods are the preferred prey items due to their abundance. While still preying on Camptosaurus like before, Torvosaurus also hunts dinosaurs like Ouranosaurus, Maiasaura, Corythosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Brachylophosaurus, Gryposaurus, Iguanodon, Tenontosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Hypacrosaurus and Lambeosaurus, along with even attacking the large Shantungosaurus without fear.

Juvenile and  medium Sauropods make up 50% of the Torvosaurus diet, with the main targets being Camarasaurus, Dicraeosaurus, Mamenchisaurus, Omeisaurus, Diplodocus, Saltasaurus, Barosaurus, Apatosaurus, Brontosaurus, Nigersaurus, Rhoetosaurus and Argentinosaurus.

Torvosaurus will also not hesitate to hunt Stegosaurus, along with Kentrosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Tuojiangosaurus and Lexoviosaurus. Ceratopsians including Triceratops, Torosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Pentaceratops, Centrosaurus and Diceratops are taken from time to time as well.


Interspecific Competition

Torvosaurus tanneri faces a variety of predatory competitors throughout the North region of Isla Sorna. Such enemies include it's natural rivals Allosaurus and Saurophaganax, along with other large predators such as Giganotosaurus, Fasolasuchus, Carcharodontosaurus, Albertosaurus, Mapusaurus, Daspletosaurus, Acrocanthosaurus, Tyrannosaurus and even Megalosaurus.

Like most large carnivores, T.tanneri is known to dominate and steal the kills of carnivores smaller than itself. Raptors, Deltadromeus and Ceratosaurus nasicornis will immediately surrender their kills without putting up resistance against the large theropod, while Ceratosaurus dentisulcatus, Metriacanthosaurus and Afrovenator will sometimes fight to protect their food.

In the wilds of Isla Tacano, Torvosaurus gurneyi mostly meets competition from the smaller but equally aggressive tyrannosaurid Teratophoneus that it shares the uplands with. For this reason, Torvosaurus sometimes displays kleptoparasitism, during which it waits for Teratophoneus to make a kill and then moves in to steal it, though it is not always successful as Teratophoneus is capable of fending it off.

 The two Allosaur species, A.lucasi and A.europaeus, the latter being T.gurneyi's natural enemy, are also seen as stiff competition when encountered on the savannas and plains where they hunt. A.lucasi is usually successful in keeping it's kills from Torvosaurus while A.europaeus will usually submit unless it is in a coalition. Daspletosaurus will similarly hold it's own against T.gurneyi while Tarbosaurus and Tyrannotitan will sometimes kill and prey on Torvosaurs who challenge them.

However, there is no indication of Torvosaurus competing with Tyrannosaurus "Canyon" Rex due to their ranges being far apart. 
InGen Carnivore Profile: Torvosaurus
It took me sometime to think about what to write, but I managed to do it. This is one of the theropods that Allosaurus had to deal with during it's time in the Jurassic, in both North America and Europe.

I wanted to be unique by including both species of Torvosaurus and putting them on separate islands.

Now then, the next dinosaur to get a profile will be the giant cousin of Allosaurus, Saurophaganax.

Feel free to check out these three profiles:  InGen Carnivore Profile: YangchuanosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Yangchuanosaurus

Name Meaning: Yangchuan Lizard
Nickname: Yang
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (168.3-163.5 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Avetheropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Metriacanthosauridae
Length: 35 feet long
Height: 10 feet tall
Weight: 3.4 tons
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
Cousin of the ever famous Allosaurus, Yangchuanosaurus had dominated as top predator of China long before Allosaurus had took over North America much later. On Isla Sorna, this theropod can be found thriving as one of the island's successful hunters. Living primarily in the East region of the island, Yangchuanosaurus coexists alongside Allosaurus lucasi and Utahraptor. 
Habitat
Up in the East, Yangchuanosaurus thrives mostly within the deciduous forests and savannas located there. 
Behavior
Yangchuanosaurus are extremely aggressive and very territorial theropods. Males will fight eac
 

InGen Carnivore Profile: GiganotosaurusInGen Carnivore Profile:
Giganotosaurus

Name Meaning: Giant Southern Lizard
Nickname: Giga
Timeline: Late Cretaceous (97 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Avetheropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Allosauria, Carcharodontosauria, Carcharodontosauridae, Carcharodontosaurinae, Giganotosaurini
Length: 43 feet long
Height: 12 feet tall
Weight: 8 tons
Range: Isla Sorna
Description
Giganotosaurus, one of the largest theropods ever bred by InGen. Powerful and vicious with a huge mouth that wields flesh cutting teeth, Giganotosaurus is highly feared by dinosaurs small, medium and large. Anytime this theropod is on the hunt, all small to medium carnivores would know to stay out of it's way. It's roars are so loud that they can be heard from almost anywhere in the island's North region.
Habitat
Giganotosaurus can normally be spotted in the daytime wandering through plains when in search of prey, thou
 

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Metriacanthosaurus

Name Meaning: Moderately Spined Lizard
Nickname: Metri
Timeline: Middle Jurassic (160 mya)
Diet: Carnivore
Family: Orionides, Avetheropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Metriacanthosauridae, Metriacanthosaurinae
Length: 26 feet long
Height:  9 feet tall
Weight: 2 tons
Range: Isla Nublar, Isla Sorna, Isla Pena
Description
Indeed the exact potential of this astonishing theropod has been all but amazing due to very little observation, based on the lack of active sightings as of the last two years. While they are still seldom seen on Nublar and only make minor appearances on  Sorna, they appear more frequently on Pena.
Habitat
On Sorna, they live in both the South and North regions of the island. They more commonly prowl through the forests and jungles of both regions and emerge ou
 

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I rarely make journals asking for requests anymore, but I chose to do this just once.

I have only one request, just one and that's all.

For the past few days, I've been doing some updates on my fan made Yoshi by
changing his form a little bit.Yoshi (my version) in a Santa suit by MegaSpinosaur

This picture here is what he used to look like before. The santa suit is just part of the drawing. I'm only using this as an example of how he looked previously.

While he is still a Yoshi, he's gone through a recent physical change.

I don't have a ref sheet of his new look, so here's a quick description of what he looks like now:

Compared to others of his kind, he now stands out from normal Yoshis due to his taller humanoid build, his longer and prehensile tail, and, due to a recent and rather painful evolution, his overall head shape and structure. His head now more closely resembles that of a docile looking raptor with forward facing, ocean blue eyes. He wears a red short sleeved shirt with a T-Rex on the front, a dark blue jacket, brown jean pants with a hole in the back for his long tail to fit through, and a pair of purple sneakers with white on the bottom and yellow at the tip, followed by red stars on the sides.

By the way, when I say his head more closely resembles a raptor head, I mean something like this: Untitled by MegaSpinosaur

The only difference would be that his face would look more docile and friendly, and his eyes would be facing forward, just like human eyes.

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