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Jurassic World species profile: Microceratus by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic World species profile: Microceratus :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 1 0 Jurassic World species profile: IBRIS Raptors by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic World species profile: IBRIS Raptors :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 1 0 Jurassic world species profile: V. a. sornaensis by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic world species profile: V. a. sornaensis :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 1 0 Jurassic world species profile: Velociraptor v. 1 by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic world species profile: Velociraptor v. 1 :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 1 0 S. tenerensis by FieryCarnotaurus S. tenerensis :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 3 0 Jurassic world species profile: Metriacanthosaurus by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic world species profile: Metriacanthosaurus :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 1 3 Jurassic world species profile: Gallimimus falcari by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic world species profile: Gallimimus falcari :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 2 0 Jurassic world species profile: Deinonychus by FieryCarnotaurus Jurassic world species profile: Deinonychus :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 2 0 Anomalovaranus aquaticus by FieryCarnotaurus Anomalovaranus aquaticus :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 0 1 Varanus priscus(megalania) by FieryCarnotaurus Varanus priscus(megalania) :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 2 0 Database entry 0001: Defection 001 - Tyrannosaurus by FieryCarnotaurus Database entry 0001: Defection 001 - Tyrannosaurus :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 1 0 Random dragon by FieryCarnotaurus Random dragon :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 2 0 Population report 8 and 9: Sarcosuchus and Spino by FieryCarnotaurus Population report 8 and 9: Sarcosuchus and Spino :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 2 1 MYT 000: Demonic Hellspawn Creature (DHC) by FieryCarnotaurus MYT 000: Demonic Hellspawn Creature (DHC) :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 2 0 Varanus priscus by FieryCarnotaurus Varanus priscus :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 0 0 Tyrannosaurus rex Male (Adult) by FieryCarnotaurus Tyrannosaurus rex Male (Adult) :iconfierycarnotaurus:FieryCarnotaurus 0 0

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15: Jaekelopterus - This Devonian age euryptyrid is still one of my favorite animals, and is in fact one of my favorite arthropods.

14: Tiktaalik - As a lungfish type creature, it was likely cute. Also, it was the first fish to crawl on land.

13: Arthropleura - The largest land arthropod. A beauty. The animal really should be in a JP movie, but I don’t know how it would realistically be implemented considering its need for high oxygen levels.

12: Hyneria - I like this fish. It is a rather interesting example of lobe finned fish as it was an active predator. 

11: Woolly mammoth - It will likely become a modern animal in less than a decade. It was a staple diet for early H. sapiens and is an interesting example of a pachyderm.

10: Megalania - This animal used to have its own genus but was since moved to the genus Varanus. I find this animal as interesting as the American alligators. I drew as many of these as I drew cryolophosaurus. 

9: Smilodon - This animal had 3 species, but fatalis was my favorite. I love their appearance. I have been to an area they have likely used to live in. I personally wished that they wouldn’t die after the ice age. 

8: Meganeura - As I love dragonflies, this was inevitable. It is actually one of the few Carboniferous arthropods I can realistically see in the holocene. 

7: Edaphosaurus - Edaphosaurus was a genus of animals distantly related to mammals. Some mistake the animal for dimetrodon, which is often mistaken for a dinosaur. 

6: Thrinaxodon - This was a direct ancestor to mammals and was in multiple documentaries. 

5: Atractosteus africanus - It’s a prehistoric alligator gar. What’s not to like?

4: Arctodus - I have seen bears in person yesterday and now I love em’.

3: Lycaenops - I like gorgonopsids, and this one is my favorite. I think it was in a few shows and documentaries.

2: Dimetrodon - I like this unique genus and its diversity. It varied in size. I like its appearance in walking with monsters. 

1 Diplocaulus - My favorite extinct animal, Diplocaulus is my favorite as it is a salamander thing, and I love salamanders. 
Jurassic World species profile: Microceratus
Microceratus were planned to be in the first park. 22 microceratus were bred on Sorna and housed with the hypsilophodonts. As it turned out, microceratus were already breeding by the time Hurricane Clarissa struck the island. This was discovered when a nest with baby Microceratus was discovered. This nest was destroyed with the babies taken into the nursery to be raised. Then came the hurricane. All Microceratus were able to escape through a hole in the fence. They continued breeding on the island until masrani sent people to capture sorna’s dinosaurs to be attractions at Jurassic world. After the 2015 incident, microceratus continued breeding. Since the 2018 incident, no Microceratus have been sighted, though a group in Kentucky is said to have begun breeding them.
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Jurassic World species profile: IBRIS Raptors
Only four were created, and of those, only one managed to survive after 2015. This subspecies of raptor has been bred so that each individual is unique. They were each given names. The individual blue could be identified by her blue streaks on either side of her body. Echo could be identified by her scar on her face, given to her by blue. Delta can be identified by her birdlike behavior and more prominent ridges on her face. Charlie can be identified by her smaller size, as she is the youngest raptor. There was a fifth individual, but it was put down. See V-2’s profile for more information.
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Should I release the artwork I have done for the raptor squad or V-2?
Jurassic world species profile: V. a. sornaensis
The sornaraptor is an extinct descendant of the nublaraptor. The last time they were seen was when Masrani captured most of Sorna’s dinosaurs. The sornaraptor has evolved quills, but this only occurs on males, so it is likely for display. Females seem to be the dominant members of the pack, like hyenas, though this observation could be due to a lack of study, as most of the time, one or two raptors were seen at a time, with a large pack only being seen a few times. During the capture, sornaraptor was captured near the end of the operation. The final decision was to put down the individuals captured but that maybe later, they could become an attraction at Jurassic world. However, this plan could never become true due to the fact that the Indominus Rex had broken free. However Wu had managed to save the existing samples before leaving. He still hasn’t managed to clone them. A sornaraptor has been sighted on mainland Costa Rica in 2004. The quills on indominus likely come from sornaraptor. 
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15: Jaekelopterus - This Devonian age euryptyrid is still one of my favorite animals, and is in fact one of my favorite arthropods.

14: Tiktaalik - As a lungfish type creature, it was likely cute. Also, it was the first fish to crawl on land.

13: Arthropleura - The largest land arthropod. A beauty. The animal really should be in a JP movie, but I don’t know how it would realistically be implemented considering its need for high oxygen levels.

12: Hyneria - I like this fish. It is a rather interesting example of lobe finned fish as it was an active predator. 

11: Woolly mammoth - It will likely become a modern animal in less than a decade. It was a staple diet for early H. sapiens and is an interesting example of a pachyderm.

10: Megalania - This animal used to have its own genus but was since moved to the genus Varanus. I find this animal as interesting as the American alligators. I drew as many of these as I drew cryolophosaurus. 

9: Smilodon - This animal had 3 species, but fatalis was my favorite. I love their appearance. I have been to an area they have likely used to live in. I personally wished that they wouldn’t die after the ice age. 

8: Meganeura - As I love dragonflies, this was inevitable. It is actually one of the few Carboniferous arthropods I can realistically see in the holocene. 

7: Edaphosaurus - Edaphosaurus was a genus of animals distantly related to mammals. Some mistake the animal for dimetrodon, which is often mistaken for a dinosaur. 

6: Thrinaxodon - This was a direct ancestor to mammals and was in multiple documentaries. 

5: Atractosteus africanus - It’s a prehistoric alligator gar. What’s not to like?

4: Arctodus - I have seen bears in person yesterday and now I love em’.

3: Lycaenops - I like gorgonopsids, and this one is my favorite. I think it was in a few shows and documentaries.

2: Dimetrodon - I like this unique genus and its diversity. It varied in size. I like its appearance in walking with monsters. 

1 Diplocaulus - My favorite extinct animal, Diplocaulus is my favorite as it is a salamander thing, and I love salamanders. 

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I like dinosaurs and other extinct animals. I like making up creatures due to the fact that since I made them, they are accurate.
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