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Ruberocursor by Hyrotrioskjan Ruberocursor by Hyrotrioskjan
South america is truely a hotspot of dargon activity. Here you find strange creatures like the Crestdragons or this: the smallest dragon of the world. The tropical rainforest, especial the mangroves at the coast are known for their big population. This animals hunt insects, fish, small mammels and so on...
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gdog00 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013
question, what are it's natural predators beside Jaguars, eagles and snakes?
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Professional General Artist
caimans =)
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mattsandwik Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013
Personally, I think Datoupterus is smaller. Nice job, though
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
Yes Datoupterus is smaller, I never change this error in the description.
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gdog00 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013
I have a hypothesis, The reason R.darwini severus is completely safe and inaccessible from native people is because it lives it's entire life up in the very highest part of the trees, and the only way scientists can examine this animals is by taking a safety harness up the tree.
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
I also thought about that, but all literature speaks about animals which live in the middle or the ground levels of the rainbforest, young specimens sometimes rest in the canopy but as Serpentipoda they are not build for longer climbing tours.
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gdog00 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013
so the canopy and not the emergments.
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gdog00 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
If their habitat is inaccessible, then i guess humans can't lay a finger on them, therefore their completely safe.
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Professional General Artist
Yes, safe enough, at least until now.
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gdog00 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
whats been threatening them?
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