Size: 33 feet
Weight: 2.5 tons
Habitat: Grasslands, Ancient Woods, Grand River
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Parasaurolophus is species of hadrosaur that lived in the late Cretaceous period. It is easily recognizable due to its large cranial crest that formed a larger tubular structure that extended to the back of the skull.

Paleo Chronicles

Parasaurolophus was very large, growing to 33 feet long and weighing up to 2.5 tons. The large crest would have probably been used in visual recognition, acoustic resonance and thermoregulation. Parasaurolophus was both bipedal and quadrupedal in nature. It would have used its quadrupedal stance whilst feeding and bipedal stance while running.

In Game Attributes

Parasaurolophus is very fast and has the highest stamina among all creatures. It has respectable health but low damage. It has no herd limit and can roam around Pangaea as it pleases. With Parasaurolophus’ strength comes in numbers and it should always stick within a herd to increase their chances of survival.

Preferred Biomes

  • Grasslands
  • Ancient Woods
  • Grand River
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