Size: 8 Feet
Weight: 70 – 90 Kilograms
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A smaller cousin of the Utahraptor, Deinonychus was a savage hunter in its own right. Growing to about 8 feet in length and weighing between 70 – 90 kilograms, it lived in the early Cretaceous

In Game

They hunt in small packs but they are very rarely found in Pangaea. They can easily kill any juvenile and they can sprint very fast as well, making escape quite difficult.

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