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 Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus "Robustus"

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PostSubject: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus "Robustus"   Sat Dec 15, 2012 12:52 am

Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus "Robustus"

Height: 18.5 feet (top of head) - 28 feet (top of sail)
Weight: 9.5 tons
Length: 65 feet
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Coloration:
Male: Dark grayish white mottled body, with a area in the middle of the sides of both ribs is brighter white than the rest. Running down the back and at the bottom and top of both sides of the sail is a dull red, rugged stripe. The red stripe forms at the tip of the snout, and ends at the tip of the tail. Gigantic sail on the back has dark and light blue, red, and yellow patterns on both sides of the sail. Underbelly is dark gray, and the eye's are emerald green with slitted black pupils, and the claws are jet black. During the breeding season, the patterns on the sail become more vibrant, and the red stripe becomes more colorful.
Young Male: Dull grayish white mottling with an area in the belly where it is brigher than the rest of the body. Eye's are light emerald green with black, slitted pupils. Running down from the skull to the tail-tip is a maroonish red stripe. Sail is poorly formed, but what has formed is colored pale gray with maroon, blue and yellow markings. Underbelly is pale grayish white.
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Female: Pure grayish white mottled body, with an area in the middle of the sides of both ribs is brighter white than the rest, like the adult male. Running down the back and at the bottom and top of both sides of the sail is a maroonish orange, rugged stripe. The red stripe forms at the tip of the snout, and ends at the tip of the tail. Six-foot tall sail on the back has ocean blue, maroon, brown and Crayola yellow patterns on both sides of the sail. Underbelly is dark gray, and the eye's are a lighter emerald green than the adult male, but still with the slitted black pupils, and the claws are charcoal black.
Young Female: Pale gray mottling with an area on both sides of the body where it is brighter then the other portion's of the body. Yellowish orange stripe running down from the skull to the tip of the tail. Sail is poorly formed, but what has formed is colored pale gray with faint yellow and blue markings on both sides. Eye's are light green with slitted black pupils. Underbelly is pale white.


Preferred Habitat: Spinosaurus, like Baryonyx Walkeri, prefer to live in area's like the Shallow Lagoon, the Main River, the Beach; area's where the water is stocked with fish and marine reptiles to hunt.
Diet: The diet of a Spinosaurus consists mainly of aquatic animals; fish, marine reptiles and such. Almost 80% of the diet of an average Spinosaurus consists of fish and marine reptiles, with the other 20% made up of dinosaurs like Thescelosaurus and Tenotosaurus. Will scavenge kills of other super-predators.
Family: Spinosauridae
Social Structure: Solitary or in breeding pairs.
Description: Large, bipedal carnosaur, the largest of the Spinosauride family on Isla Sorna. Long, crocodile-like jaws filled with hundreds of small, curved teeth used for holding onto slippery fish and marine reptiles like Itchyosaurus and Opthalmosaurus. Has long, powerful forearms with an enlarged thumb claw. It's back has a large, 2 meter high sail, used for heating up and cooling down the animal, as well as attracting mates during the breeding season. Long, thick tail used for balance and aides the animal when swimming.
Behavior: Taking the title of the largest carnosaur on Isla Sorna, the massive Spinosaurus can top out at a massive sixty-five feet long, be almost twenty-eight feet tall at the gigantic sail, and tipping the scales at nearly ten tons, Spinosaurus is truly a behemoth of the island. The uses for the gigantic, six-foot tall sail on the back has been speculated and thought over for years since it's discovery. On the island of Isla Sorna, the sail serves three purposes; A) Thermal regulation, for when the animal needs to cool off in a hot enviroment, or the animal needs to warm up in a cold enviroment. B)Display purposes for males during the breeding season. The patterns on the male Spinosaurus's sail becomes much more colorful and vibrant, which females find very attractive. Finally, there's C) Intimidation during fights. When a Spinosaurus is fighting another Spinosaurus, the first specimen may try to rear up on it's legs, and raise that sail very high, trying to appear larger than it's rival. Despite these positive purposes, they all have one negative possibility; if a Spinosaurus were to topple over during a fight or simply trip on a log and fall on it's sail, the fragile sail would break, paralyzing the animal as the sail bones are attached to the spine ligaments. Spinosaurus produce very loud, high-pitched screeches and bellows which can shatter windows and break vases if high enough in pitch. These screeches are designed to intimidate rivals and remind intruders whose the king of this area. Territorial Spinosaurs mark their territory boundaries by using dung, urine vomit and sometimes creamy white paste to be put on trees, which have a horrible odor and can stain items easily. They often act agreesive to animals and unmoving objects in their domain which pose no threat. During the breeding season, male Spinosaurus become extremely aggresive towards other males, and even adult females. What happens in a breeding duel is two Spinosaurus males face each other, and attempt to make the loudest screeches and bellows. After this, the two will often fight each other, lashing out with the large claw on the hand and kicking out with their hindlegs. The victor male chooses a female, and then the two set out to find a suitable place to build a nest. When resting, Spinosaurus tend to lay down in shallow waters with only it's tall sail and skull sticking out of the water. It can even take naps in the water, as long as it's head stays above water to breathe oxygen. When resting in other areas, like pigs, Spinosaurus will sometimes wallow around in gloopy mud. Spinosaurus, because of their fish-can normally be found near water sources that are stocked with game and smallish marine reptiles like Itchyosaurus and Opthalmosaurus.
Additional Information: Surprisingly, despite it's menacing size and aggresive-looking teeth, Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus is primarilly a fishavore; hunting near waterbeds stocked with fish and marine reptiles like Opthalmosaurus and Itchyosaurus. Aside from it's fishy diet, Spinosaurus will often hunt for dinosaur flesh, going after mainly ornithopods like Thescelosaurus and Gallimimus, occasionally attempting to hunt hadrosaurs like Tenotosaurus. Unlike what Jurassic Park /// suggests, Spinosaurus tends to try and avoid large super-predators like Tyrannosaurus Rex, Acrocanthosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus. Aside from Mako, the Spinosaurus seen in Jurassic Park ///, Narrow, who is the largest Spinosaurus on record for Isla Sorna, and the exceptions of other Spinosaurus specimens, no other Spinosaurus are known to take down adult or adolescent Tyrannosaurus. The only reason a Spinosaurus would be able to take down a Tyrannosaurus Rex is if A) The specimen was an adolescent or smaller, B) The specimen was sick, weak or injured, and/or C) The specimen hasnt developed the bone-crushing bite force of adult T-Rexes.
Maximum Age: The oldest an adult Spinosaurus has reached is 28.6 years.
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