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Indonesian Sea Monitor

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Indonesian Sea Monitor

Common Name: Indonesian Sea Monitor. Scientific Name: Varanus salvator indonesia. Ancestor: The Asian water monitor (Varanus salvator). Diet: The Indonesian Sea Monitor is an oblicate carnivore feeding on fish and squid. Habbitat: the Indonesian Sea Monitor lives in the shallow tropical waters of Indonesia. Adaptations: The Indonesian Sea Monitor has evolved a lacrimal gland to expell excess salt from the body.

Giant Sea Monitor

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Giant Sea Monitor

Common Name: Giant Sea Monitor. Scientific Name: Varanus salvadorii giganteus. Ancestor: Crocodile monitor (Varanus salvadorii). Diet: The Giant Sea Monitor is an oligate carnivore feeding on fish (including sharks), Pinnipeds (seals and sea lions) & Cetaceans (specifically whales and dolphins). Habbitat: The Giant Sea Monitor is a Pelagic predator (ranging from the tropics to the sub-polar rejions). Adaptations: The Giant Sea Monitor has evolved a thick layer of fat, the evolution of a lacrimal gland to expell excess salt from the body.

Episode 2: The Largest Snake

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Episode 2: The Largest Snake

I have been getting everything in Primal World ready for the next extinct creatures. I decide on the primary target creatures for my first mission. I hold up two photos of fossils. Turning to the camera I explain what the photos are and how they are related to my mission “These are photos of the next creatures that I want to rescue, Titanoboa crrejonensis, a giant member of the boid family of constrictor snakes that (according to fossil estimates) could grow up to 14 meters in length & Carbonemys cofrinii a giant turtle that had a shell up to 1.72 meters in diameter, both species come from Columbia’s Cerrejón formation 60-58 million years ago, I plan on rescuing these two species for Primal World.” “Since I’m going after Titanoboa first, I decided to invite Dr. Steven Emmett, an expert on boid snakes.” I go to meet up with Primal World’s head keeper Alyssa Matterson to inform her that I need her team to build a reptile house large enough to hold several massive reptiles, Alyssa then

Marsupial Bear

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Marsupial Bear

Common Name: Marsupial Bear Scientific Name: Sarcophilus harrisii ursus. Ancestor: Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). Diet: Omnivorous. Habbitat: Forests. Adaptations: Larger size, stronger limbs and a lack of a tail.

Australian Leopard

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Australian Leopard

Common Name: Australian leopard. Scientific Name: Felis catus gigantius. Ancestor: Domestic Cat (Felis catus). Diet: Carnivourous. Habbitat: Sclerophyll forests. Adaptations: Larger size.

Australian Southern Hippopotamus

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Australian Southern Hippopotamus

Common Name: Australian southern hippopotamus. Scientific Name: Hippopotamus amphibius australis Ancestor: Common hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius). Diet: Grass & Seagrass. Habbitat: Southern coasts of Australia. Adaptations: Thicker layer of fat, the evolution of a lacrimal gland to expell excess salt from the body.

Austalian Desert Elephant

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Austalian Desert Elephant

Common Name: Austalian desert elephant. Scientific Name: Loxodonta australis. Ancestor: African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana). Diet: The Australian desert elephant feeds on grass and leaves (including those of eucalypts). Habbitat: The Australian desert elephant lives in Australias desert regions. Adaptations: The biggest evolutionary adaptation of the Australian desert elephant is its fatty hump, as well as its more rounded ears.

Australian Mammoth

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Australian Mammoth

Common Name: Australian mammoth. Scientific Name: Elephas maximus australis. Ancestor: Sri Lankan elephant (Elephas maximus maximus). Diet: The Australian mammoth feeds on grass and leaves (including those of eucalypts). Habbitat: Grassland & Sclerophyll forests. Adaptations: The Australian mammoth evolved to reach a larger size than their ancestor, they also evolved a layer of fat to make them more sutied to Australias cooler temperatures. Australian mammoths also evolved larger tusks.

Primal World - Episode 1: The First Bird

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Primal World - Episode 1: The First Bird

I have been getting everything in Primal World ready for the first extinct creatures. I decide on the primary target creatures for my first mission. I hold up two photos of fossils. Turning to the camera I explain what the photos are and how they are related to my mission “These are photos of the first two dinosaurs that I want to rescue, Archaeopteryx lithographica & Compsognathus longipes, both species come from Germany’s Solnhofen formation 148 million years ago, I plan on rescuing these two species for Primal World, so to catch them I will be taking these Net Guns this should allow us to capture them with out hurting them.R

JURASSIC AFTERMATH - DILOS IN THE SEWER

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JURASSIC AFTERMATH - DILOS IN THE SEWER

09:00 pm: Two siblings are exploring a sewer on a dare. 10:00 pm: The younger one of them hears a splash “What was that”. “Probably just a rat or somth-” he doesn't get to finish his sentence as he is cut of by a strange hooting sound. Scared the two of them turn around and see 3 Dilophosaurus. One of the dinosaurs does a mock lunge at the brothers, causing them to quickly move back. One of the dinosaurs dashes forwards and bites the younger brother causing the 2 siblings to run off, with the dinosaurs in pursuit. 11:00 pm: The brothers have momentarily lost the dinos, but the younger one Is having trouble seeing and
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Indonesian Sea Monitor

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Indonesian Sea Monitor

Common Name: Indonesian Sea Monitor. Scientific Name: Varanus salvator indonesia. Ancestor: The Asian water monitor (Varanus salvator). Diet: The Indonesian Sea Monitor is an oblicate carnivore feeding on fish and squid. Habbitat: the Indonesian Sea Monitor lives in the shallow tropical waters of Indonesia. Adaptations: The Indonesian Sea Monitor has evolved a lacrimal gland to expell excess salt from the body.

Giant Sea Monitor

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Giant Sea Monitor

Common Name: Giant Sea Monitor. Scientific Name: Varanus salvadorii giganteus. Ancestor: Crocodile monitor (Varanus salvadorii). Diet: The Giant Sea Monitor is an oligate carnivore feeding on fish (including sharks), Pinnipeds (seals and sea lions) & Cetaceans (specifically whales and dolphins). Habbitat: The Giant Sea Monitor is a Pelagic predator (ranging from the tropics to the sub-polar rejions). Adaptations: The Giant Sea Monitor has evolved a thick layer of fat, the evolution of a lacrimal gland to expell excess salt from the body.

Episode 2: The Largest Snake

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Episode 2: The Largest Snake

I have been getting everything in Primal World ready for the next extinct creatures. I decide on the primary target creatures for my first mission. I hold up two photos of fossils. Turning to the camera I explain what the photos are and how they are related to my mission “These are photos of the next creatures that I want to rescue, Titanoboa crrejonensis, a giant member of the boid family of constrictor snakes that (according to fossil estimates) could grow up to 14 meters in length & Carbonemys cofrinii a giant turtle that had a shell up to 1.72 meters in diameter, both species come from Columbia’s Cerrejón formation 60-58 million years ago, I plan on rescuing these two species for Primal World.” “Since I’m going after Titanoboa first, I decided to invite Dr. Steven Emmett, an expert on boid snakes.” I go to meet up with Primal World’s head keeper Alyssa Matterson to inform her that I need her team to build a reptile house large enough to hold several massive reptiles, Alyssa then

Marsupial Bear

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Marsupial Bear

Common Name: Marsupial Bear Scientific Name: Sarcophilus harrisii ursus. Ancestor: Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). Diet: Omnivorous. Habbitat: Forests. Adaptations: Larger size, stronger limbs and a lack of a tail.

Australian Leopard

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Australian Leopard

Common Name: Australian leopard. Scientific Name: Felis catus gigantius. Ancestor: Domestic Cat (Felis catus). Diet: Carnivourous. Habbitat: Sclerophyll forests. Adaptations: Larger size.

Australian Southern Hippopotamus

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Australian Southern Hippopotamus

Common Name: Australian southern hippopotamus. Scientific Name: Hippopotamus amphibius australis Ancestor: Common hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius). Diet: Grass & Seagrass. Habbitat: Southern coasts of Australia. Adaptations: Thicker layer of fat, the evolution of a lacrimal gland to expell excess salt from the body.

Austalian Desert Elephant

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Austalian Desert Elephant

Common Name: Austalian desert elephant. Scientific Name: Loxodonta australis. Ancestor: African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana). Diet: The Australian desert elephant feeds on grass and leaves (including those of eucalypts). Habbitat: The Australian desert elephant lives in Australias desert regions. Adaptations: The biggest evolutionary adaptation of the Australian desert elephant is its fatty hump, as well as its more rounded ears.

Primal World - Episode 1: The First Bird

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Primal World - Episode 1: The First Bird

I have been getting everything in Primal World ready for the first extinct creatures. I decide on the primary target creatures for my first mission. I hold up two photos of fossils. Turning to the camera I explain what the photos are and how they are related to my mission “These are photos of the first two dinosaurs that I want to rescue, Archaeopteryx lithographica & Compsognathus longipes, both species come from Germany’s Solnhofen formation 148 million years ago, I plan on rescuing these two species for Primal World, so to catch them I will be taking these Net Guns this should allow us to capture them with out hurting them.R

JURASSIC AFTERMATH - DILOS IN THE SEWER

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JURASSIC AFTERMATH - DILOS IN THE SEWER

09:00 pm: Two siblings are exploring a sewer on a dare. 10:00 pm: The younger one of them hears a splash “What was that”. “Probably just a rat or somth-” he doesn't get to finish his sentence as he is cut of by a strange hooting sound. Scared the two of them turn around and see 3 Dilophosaurus. One of the dinosaurs does a mock lunge at the brothers, causing them to quickly move back. One of the dinosaurs dashes forwards and bites the younger brother causing the 2 siblings to run off, with the dinosaurs in pursuit. 11:00 pm: The brothers have momentarily lost the dinos, but the younger one Is having trouble seeing and

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