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JP-Expanded Monolophosaurus by Teratophoneus JP-Expanded Monolophosaurus by Teratophoneus
Name: Monolophosaurus jiangi
Codename: "Crest"
Lenth: 5-6 metres
weight: 700-800kg
Period: Jurassic
Meaning: Single crested lizard
Agressiveness: 100%-EXTREMELY AGRESSIVE!!!
Dangerousness: 100%-EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!!!

Monolophosaurus is a jurassic theropod. It is a megalosauroid and this says it all!: All megalosaurids are extremely agressive and dangerous, megalosaurus itself has the unmatched rate od 100%+. Although monolophosaurus isntas big as other megalosaurids, its just as dangerous. The animals is a fast runner and as you can see, a perfect leaper. Monolophosaurus has a big head and powerful jaws filled with razorsharp teeth. Its most distinctive feature is a cret on its snout that is coloured blue with a yellow stripe running along it. Monolophosaurus is a fierce hunter, it even hunts prey that is bigger than itself. Monolophosaurus is a solitary hunter and only in mating time they come together. Females usually choose the male with the bigger crest. The females are bigger but less agressive than males. If 2 males have equally big crests, they fight for the female which can lead to terrible injuries. They bite and scratch each other. Monolophosaurus is one of the better known megalosauroids and inGen He animals are coloured in light greenwith darkgreen stripes. Males have a bigger and more colourful crest. They have a powerful tail and it was reported that they can use this tail as a third leg , standing on their tail and use their feet which carry 3 big claws as a weapon against other monolophosaurus during mating time or against other adversarys. Unlike other megalosaurids, Monolophosaurus is seen quite often on isla sorna where it lived on the riversides and in the jungles where it is difficult to see it due to their colouration. InGen scientists found out that they use their crest not only for display but also for pushing plants to the side when the walk through the dense jungle like cassowarys do. Monolophosaurus is highly agressive, 5 keepers have been mauled to death by this predator. They mostly attack their prey by ambushing them in the sense jungle and then jump out of their hiding place onto the prey. They semm to have evolved 2 ways of hunting prey: one is the one that is decribed above and the other is to actually hunt the prey. This is most used in areas which arent filled with big plants like the river sides on the open areas on isla sorna adn site e where they also live. They were cloned just before the hurrikane destroyed the labs on site b and it was thought hat they wont survive because they were only a few months old as the labs were destroyed. But the made well and are among the top predators on isla sorna. There are reports that they even hunt and kill raptors from time to time. A paddockfor them has ben made on the second island of the 2013 park and some individuals are already captured for the park. So far 4 individuals but the manager stated that there wont be more than 4 a t a time becasue they live normally solitary. Females lay 3 eggs usually. They hatch after 1-2 months as found out by the scientists. Like all megalosaurids this animal was long kept as a secret until 2009 when documents about it and other megalosaur s finally showed up. And like other megalosaurs,this animal was feared by the keepers on isla sorna. Even as small juveniles they are highly agressive. The majority of the killed humans were killed in the wild by adult monolophosaurus. The animals have a very good eyesight and a good sense of hearing as well.Jurassic park(C)Universal Pictures
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Baryonyx62 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ist der näher verwandt mit dem Dilo? Immerhin ist ja sogar der Name fast gleich. =P
JonaGold2000 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
How do u get ur Drawings into ur computer??
mutantapk Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
They should put this one in a movie.
MegaSpinosaur Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013   Writer
I assume that at first glance people would mistake this creature for a giant Dilophosaurus.

Just being honest, that's all.
TarbosaurusBatar Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It's actually around the same size.
masonday Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
Daikaiju-fanboy Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012
Looks very good.
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
Tödlicher Wildwechsel...
Mir gefällt der Kamm =)
Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2012
danke :D
alpharaptor6 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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