Size: 20 – 26 feet
Weight: 6 – 7 tons
Habitat: Ancient Woods, Carnian Swamps, Hushed Forests
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Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus was the largest member of the Ankylosauridae family. It was a heavily armored herbivore with a large and thick club like tail that was used in defense. A very tough and dangerous creature, Ankylosaurus should be confronted with caution.

Paleo Chronicles

Ankylosaurus lived in the late Cretaceous and was 20 – 26 feet in length and 6 – 7 tons in weight. It was heavily armored with osteoderms covering its back. These plates were likely thin walled and extremely hardy. It would have been quite difficult for predators to break through its hide. The Ankylosaurus’ tail was specially designed for combat with its tendons ossified which allowed for greater force to be transmitted while delivering blows.

In Game Attributes

Ankylosaurus is the slowest in its class but it more than makes up for it with its high damage and the ability to crush the bones of even the largest predators. Their armor grants them extra protection and they take reduced damage from assailants.

Preferred Biomes

  • Ancient Woods
  • Carnian Swamps
  • Hushed Forests
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