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 Troodon Pectinodon "InGen"

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PostSubject: Troodon Pectinodon "InGen"   Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:24 pm

Troodon Pectinodon "InGen"

Height: 4.7 feet
Weight: 120 pounds
Length: 11 feet
Male: Upper part of the body is grayish light brown, mixed and mottled with a variety of darker browns. Throat region has a dull red splotch, and during the breeding season, the redness becomes brighter and more vibrant. Eye's are colored milky white, and the eye's can actually reflect light, causing them to glow in the darkness. Adult males have black with white striped quills behind the head which are capable of free movement. Quills are located on the top of the neck, behind the skull. Has a pale white underbelly.
Young Male: Upper body portion is dull grayish brown, and is alsoo mixed and mottled with different types of mildly dark browns. Eye's are dull milky white, and they also reflect and glow in darkness, although not as well as the adults. Throat region has a dull maroon splotch, and stays dull during the breeding season. Black and white striped quills behind the skull, and are capable only of instinctual movement. White underbelly.
Female: Upper body region is grayish light brown, and also mixed and mottled with types of darker browns. Like the male, the throat region has a dull maroonish orange splotch, and on some individuals, the splotch is almost as bright as the males during the breeding season. Eye's are colored silky white, and like the adult males, they reflect in darkness, and glow while in darkness. Smaller, immobile quills on the top of the neck.
Young Female: Upper region of the boody is dull grayish faint brown, and like the adult female, is mixed and mottled with a set of types of mildly dark brown. Small, black and white stubs where the quills will form. Eye's are dull milky white, and can also reflect and glow in darkness. Throat region has a dull maroonish orange splotch. Underbelly is pale beigish white.

Preferred Habitat: Because most Troodons prefer to live in shadows, not being able to be seen by unknowing animals and victims, Troodon's tend to live in shaded, dark areas like the Dense Jungle and area's around the Workers Village and Delta Compound, where itself and it's pack can hide in the shadows and stalk prey. Groups of nesting Troodon will often create interconnecting burrows and dens for the young to play and live in.
Diet: Carrion, will also hunt small dinosaurs like Hypsilophodon and Leallynasaura. When in packs, Troodons prefer and tend to take down hadrosaurs like Maiasaura and Parasaurolophus with ease.
Family: Troodonitae
Social Structure: Breeding pairs, family packs or hunting groups.
Description: Small, bipedal carnivore related to the Velociraptor subspecies. Jaws start to narrow down when reaching the nostrils, and are filled with small, curving teeth roughly the size of a modern-day quarter or a nickel. Long, three-fingered forearms tipped with smallish claws designed for grasping rather than slashing. Long, thin tail held high in the air and used like a rudder when swimming. Quills on the back of the head are more visible on adult males, and like Velociraptor Sornaensis, males use the quills to display to females during the breeding season, and on instinct to display emotion; raised quills mean suprised or agitated, lowered quills mean calm or submissive. Like the Velociraptor subspecies, Troodons have a sickle-claw on both feet. These are smaller than the Velociraptors, and are not used as much as them, as Troodons mainly use their venom-filled teeth more than their foot claws, using them when the prey has become weakened.
Behavior: These teeth are filled with narcotic venom simular to the narcotics the teeth of Compsognathus posess. When first bitten, the venom doesnt take effect immediately, and the victim only feels the pain of being bitten. After several more bites and injections of the narcotics, the venom spreads through the bloodstream, rapidly spreading all over the body. The venom eases the brain, slowing down movements and making the victim want to just fall asleep. The victim then starts to have massive headaches, extreme drowsiness, confusion and hallucinations. When the victim finally gives up, it just lies still, and the Troodons go in for the kill with their small sickle-claws on the foot. Nesting female Troodons order their male counterpart to bring in a near-dead animal. After the male brings back the animal, usually the size of a Thescelosaurus, the female will make a nice hole in the belly of the animal which is still alive, but paralyzed, and lay her eggs inside the hole. After the young hatch, the hatchlings will eat the rotting meat and flesh of the animal their eggs were laid inside. The eggs often resemble tropical bird eggs, and are often mistaken on glance for a tropical bird egg. Young Troodon's are very energetic, and about four hours out of a twenty-four hour day are used for sleep or a catnap. Often the adults in a nesting colony take turns watching eggs and monitoring young while the other adults get some time to rest. By the time the young reach twice the size of an adult Compsognathus, the adults of the group have migrated to a new area, as the old one will be too small for the young to scamper around in. Groups of Troodon are often followed by flocks of Compsognathus. The little scavengers will often trail behind the group, and when they are not in motion, they will try to get bits of meat and parasites to eat between their teeth. Along with this, the Compsognathus stay near the Troodons for they serve as bodyguards for the small dinosaurs. If the Compys are under attack near the Troodons, the Troodons will defend themselves thinking their being attacked and not the Compys. Packs of hunting Troodons will use their pack size and body size to drive fear into their prey. They will try to put as much fear into their victim as possible; females bare their venomous teeth and males flash their frills and screech loudly. They also do this after infecting the victim with the narcotic venom becaused fear in the body increases the blood pressure and speedens up the bloodstream, and spreads the venom throught the body faster. After the victim has recieved the damage of the venom, the Troodon pack will attack with all their strength, biting at flesh, slashing with their forearms and searing through skin with their sickle-claws. Troodon's have an intelligence so high it rivals Velociraptor Sornaensis in intelligence. Like the Sornaensis raptors', Troodons are capable of forming and going through with mildly complex hunting strategies like luring their prey into an area the Troodons know very well and the victim doesnt.
Additional Information: Originally thought to have been a third subspecies of Velociraptor Antirrophus, and dubbed untill it's re-identification Velociraptor Antirrophus "InGen", Troodon and Velociraptor show a lot of simularities. Like Velociraptor, Troodon has both long, three fingered forearms and a set of sickle-claws on both feet. Also like Velociraptor, Troodon has a narrow skull filled with teeth no bigger than a quarter or a nickel. But unlike Velociraptor, Troodons dont rely much on their sickle-claws, using mainly their narcotic-filled teeth and sharp forearms to take down prey. Also unlike Velociraptor, their skulls are smaller and have less teeth than Velociraptor, Troodons also use their eye's to detect prey, whereas the Raptors' use their sense of smell to track their next prey. Plus, the Troodons, unlike the Raptors', have a narcotic venom in their teeth simular in structure to Compsognathus, which they use in complete force to try and get the sleepy narcotic into their victim's bloodstream, which Velociraptor does not have.
Maximum Age: The oldest a Troodon adult has reached is 27.5 years.
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