Gigantosaurs (GY-GAN-TOE-SORES) are a species of lizards descended from Dinosaurs. But unlike Dinosaurs, Gigantosaurs are a lot smarter and can understand other species. Their eyes, noses, and ears are active from miles away. Gigantosaurs can stand on two-legs as well.
Food and Beverages
- Shepherds and herds
- Basically meat
Likes and Dislikes
- Rolling in mud
- Losing food
- Noisy roar
- Camouflage body pattern
- Venomous teeth poison
- Not being able to fly
90 years of age
- Oddlend Woods
A Gigantosaur mates by circling and rubbing each other. After two months the mother gets pregnant and has the eggs days later. The father has to secure the home and the mother guards the children.
Leader/Migrators of the Herd
Some Gigantosaurs travel in herds while others split up. The leader is chosen through combat. The strongest members challenge each other till one gives up. Who ever wins is leader until he or she is defeated.
The migrators' purpose is to find food anywhere they can and bring it back to feast.
Farmer of the Herd
The farmer Gigantosaurs stay in one place and secure the homeland from intruders. Some keep it and other Gigantosaurs healthy. Some watch the eggs like babysitters. Some catch little meals like bugs and rodents.
Are Gigantosaurs helpful to the environment?
Gigantosaurs are extremely helpful to their environment. Their poop gives the flora stronger growth medicine. Including trees, cactuses, flowers, and grass. When sharpening their claws on trees, the trees marks help it cover the wound to make it solid.
Although it's habit of eating can risk the extinction of other species in the environment. So the most important thing for a species who's neighbors are Gigantosuars to know is how to avoid and flee from them.