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Thylacovovia: Australidelphia
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Thylacovovia: Sparassodonta
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Sylvannus: Thylacovovia
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Pterosuchia: Ranacephalidae
Perhaps the most successful group of Pterosuchia in terms of diversity, the Ranacephalidae are an extremely widespread family, covering a wide range of habitats and lifestyles. Most have a wingspan of around between 12 and 20 inches and weigh only a few ounces, though there are exceptions. All are covered with a thick, soft layer of integument, neither fur nor feathers. The vanes of the wing are generally rather long, and the group are universally excellent fliers. For the most part they are nocturnal or crepuscular insect eaters, hawking moths and flies out of the air with their excellent vision and the sensitive bristles around their wide,
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Sylvannus: Rynchoprionidae
Sawbills The true giants of the Carnornithes, these are all massive creatures, the smallest species weighing nearly a ton. Long skulled with heavily toothed bills, members of this family are omnivorous, but predisposed to feeding on meat when available. Most are rather long tailed, to counterbalance the heavy anterior. The arms and shoulders are large and heavily built, with the claws of the hands being extremely prominent. They are generally present in forested regions and mountains, though a few species range a short distance into grasslands and other, more open habitat types. They have a nearly cosmopolitan range, with species found found
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Sylvannus: Dolichodactylae
Sickle-Wings A family of rather short legged, heavy bodied browsers present across much of the northern hemisphere. They are found in a wide variety of habitats, from cold, high alpine regions to warm subtropical marshes. Size ranges from 50 lb. denizens of deep woodland to 8 ton giants. Features present across the family include the extremely large, slightly curved claws on all three wing digits that give them their name. Their necks are long with fairly small, equine heads and short, nipping beaks, though there are a few exceptions to this. They have, unusually, four toes on each foot, though the fourth toe is reduced in most and at a slig
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Sylvannus: Neopterygii
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Sylvannus: Chondrostei
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Sylvannus: Chondrichthyes
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Sylvannus: Sarcopterygii
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Thylacovovia: Australidelphia
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Thylacovovia: Sparassodonta
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Sylvannus: Thylacovovia
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Pterosuchia: Ranacephalidae
Perhaps the most successful group of Pterosuchia in terms of diversity, the Ranacephalidae are an extremely widespread family, covering a wide range of habitats and lifestyles. Most have a wingspan of around between 12 and 20 inches and weigh only a few ounces, though there are exceptions. All are covered with a thick, soft layer of integument, neither fur nor feathers. The vanes of the wing are generally rather long, and the group are universally excellent fliers. For the most part they are nocturnal or crepuscular insect eaters, hawking moths and flies out of the air with their excellent vision and the sensitive bristles around their wide,
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Sylvannus: Rynchoprionidae
Sawbills The true giants of the Carnornithes, these are all massive creatures, the smallest species weighing nearly a ton. Long skulled with heavily toothed bills, members of this family are omnivorous, but predisposed to feeding on meat when available. Most are rather long tailed, to counterbalance the heavy anterior. The arms and shoulders are large and heavily built, with the claws of the hands being extremely prominent. They are generally present in forested regions and mountains, though a few species range a short distance into grasslands and other, more open habitat types. They have a nearly cosmopolitan range, with species found found
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Sylvannus: Dolichodactylae
Sickle-Wings A family of rather short legged, heavy bodied browsers present across much of the northern hemisphere. They are found in a wide variety of habitats, from cold, high alpine regions to warm subtropical marshes. Size ranges from 50 lb. denizens of deep woodland to 8 ton giants. Features present across the family include the extremely large, slightly curved claws on all three wing digits that give them their name. Their necks are long with fairly small, equine heads and short, nipping beaks, though there are a few exceptions to this. They have, unusually, four toes on each foot, though the fourth toe is reduced in most and at a slig
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Sylvannus: Neopterygii
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Sylvannus: Chondrostei
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Sylvannus: Chondrichthyes
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Sylvannus: Sarcopterygii
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Godzilla, a version that I would like
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Sorry for the recent absence. Working on some edits right now and will update most of the current charts over the coming weeks, as well as adding new stuff.
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Still working guys, more updates in the next week.
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I'm starting up a little story, or a big one, if I think it'll work. Regardless, just giving a little info about it. It is a superhero/supervillain type story. Hopefully it breaks the typical mold for that sort of thing. I was inspired to write it by ...
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Thanks for the fave!
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Thank you kindly for the faves.
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Between you and me, do you believe in chaos theory?