Size: 33 feet
Weight: 5 tons
Habitat: Grand River, Grasslands, Ancient Woods, Hushed Forests
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Therizinosaurus

Therizinosaurus was one of the most unique looking dinosaurs with a long neck and forearms with large claws. One of the largest therapods ever discovered, it lived in the late Cretaceous and was a herbivore that belonged to the family Therizinosauridae.

Paleo Chronicles

Therizinosaurus was 33 feet long and it was almost 5 tons in weight. It had a long neck and a small beaked mouth. It had well developed forearms that were almost 8 feet long with 3.3-foot long claws. The claws were likely used in feeding and combat. Not much is known about this species as it was identified only from a few partial bones and forearm claws.

In Game Attributes

Therizinosaurus is very unique in that it is one of the few herbivores that can inflict the Infection status effect. Their long claws can leave wide gashes which can make opponents susceptible to the Infection. They have respectable speed and health as well.

Preferred Biomes

  • Grand River
  • Grasslands
  • Ancient Woods
  • Hushed Forests
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