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JP-Expanded Fruitadens by Teratophoneus JP-Expanded Fruitadens by Teratophoneus
NAme: Fruitadens haagarorum
Codename: "Rattleback"
Period late jurassic
Length: 0,75 metres
Agressiveness: Females 5%-harmless, males up to 20% - harmless,but will bite if provoked.
DAngerousness: 15% (males)

Fruitadens is a small dinosaur that was bred by inGen almost by accident, as the dna of fruitadens was extracted with the dna of another dinosaur. These critters which belong to theheterodontids are among the smallest dinosaur in Jurassic park. Keepers love these dinosaurs as they are small, harmless and adorable. They will be part of the petting zoo in the 2013 park where a big enclosure is built for them that visitors can go in. The manager described is as a little bit like a farm, the area is filled with rocks and holes as well as plants and waterholes. This is because fruitadens loves it to sleep in small caves to escape the heat. Fruitadnes live in groups that are led by a male and so there will be 10 individuals in the zoo. Additional to these ten individuals, mre fruitadens will walk semi free in the park. Fruitadens are normally harmless but the males shw a bigger rate of agressiveness during mating time when fight among males arent uncommon. They have big sharp teeth that can hurt a human as 2 kepers had found out...
But before an attack fruitadens shows a behaviour that brought him in its strange codename: LArge hollow quills are set on the back on the animal, if provoked the quills stand uo and the animals shakes its back, resulting in a rattling noise. Additionally, the animal hisses loudly. If visitors should encounter this behaviour they should keep their distance. Fruitadens seasonally sheds its quills and new ones grow on its back to replace damaged or old ones. The shed quills are sold in our parks giftshop. Fruitadens are mainly plant eater but from time to time they snatch after insect as well. In the wild, Fruitadens are present in on all islands filled with dinosaurs. They prefer either dry areas with caves or forest areas with big hollow tree trunks where they can hide as well. Young fruitadens will be protected by the mother and the father, mostly the youngsters stay in the nest that is built up in a cave.Fruitadens´colour is brown with dark brown spots on it, the hands and feet are grey.
Jurassic park(C)Universal Pictures
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GreenMacawStudios Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
sieht wie immer toll aus, nur der zaun im hintergrund sieht nicht sehr stabil aus :D
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012
für so ein kleines und harmloses tier ist das wohl auch nicht grade nötig :)
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GreenMacawStudios Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
stimmt ;)
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herofan135 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Looks amazing! Love the attention to detail on its skin. I like how you have alot of dinosaurs in the park that isn't well know to the general puplic, instead of having the famous ones like t-rex or stegosaurus.
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012
T rex is also in the park(a park without the king of the dinosaurs?! impossible :D)
I think I will also make stegosaurus, together with hesperosaurus and kentrosaurus.
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herofan135 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yeah, you just gotta have the king. ;) I'm going to have tyrannosaurus aswell in my fictional park.
I love your artwork, keep up the great job! :thumbsup:
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012
thanks a lot :D
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DinoKing22 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012
grest job. looks great
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012
thank you :)
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TheComicCreator Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012
They're just like the peacocks at the Detroit Zoo! They roam freely, the males become boisterous during matig season, visitors are told to keep their distance, and the shed feathers are collected and sold! :D
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