Australovenator

Australovenator
Release Version: Late Cretaceous Pack

Classification

DietCarnivore
HabitatTerrestrial
EraLate Cretaceous
FamilyMegaraptoridae
GenusAustralovenator
Bio GroupSmall Carnivore

Size

Height (m)1.8
Length (m)6
Weight (kg)500

Rating

Base Appeal142
Appeal (Per $1MM)300.5
Appeal (Per Hectare)342.9
Base Dominance76
Base AppealAppeal (Per $1MM)Appeal (Per Hectare)Base Dominance
Australovenator
Median

Stats

Lifespan32 - 64
Resilience130
Attack58
Defence18
Medical Dart Resistance60
Sedative Resistance60
Poison Resistance155

Security

Security Rating5
Threat
Gyrosphere
Human
Ranger Team
Tour Truck
Dinosaur Send / SummonNo

Environmental Needs

Comfort50% , 70% , 90%
Open Space (m2)675059%
Forest (m2)410036%
Water (m2)6506%
Prey (m2)4

Cohabitation Preferences

Social Group3 - 7
Ideal Population0 - 20
Area Need Growth+20%
Likes
Liked By
Dislikes
Disliked By
Neutral
None
Fight
Hunt
Pack Hunt
Socialize

Behaviors are scripted in game files but are not guaranteed to happen. Dominance, territory, and traits determine whether they would actually fight.

Unlock requirements

Unlocked by retrieving the fossil from one of the following dig sites:

Dig SitesLocationsFossilsRequirements (Logistics)DurationCost
Winton Formation
Australia
Australia
Queensland
fossil_thoropoda_common
x4
fossil_thoropoda_uncommon
x3
fossil_thoropoda_rare
x3
807:00$840,000

Synthesis

Eggs3 - 5
Requirements (Genetics)6
Scientists (Max)3
Duration00:40
Cost$210,000

Incubation

Requirements (Welfare)6
Scientists (Max)3
Duration03:00
Cost$420,000

Genome Trait Chances

Genetic Mods (Max)5
Habituation6%
Docile
Nocturnal16%
Nocturnal
Skittish25%
Skittish
Offence25%
Strong
Defence25%
Vulnerable
Intelligence75%

Disease

ImmuneBracken Poisoning
SusceptibleNone

Description

Australovenator is a bipedal theropod from the late Cretaceous period. Its name translates to ‘southern hunter’, in reference to its Australian habitat and carnivorous diet – Australovenator’s lightweight frame and serrated teeth are perfectly designed for stalking prey quickly and effectively. In fact, the paleontologist who discovered the genus described it as ‘the cheetah of its time’ due to its speed, agility and predatory instincts.

Discovery

This genus is one of the most recent dinosaur discoveries – Australovenator was first described as recently as 2009. The first specimen was found in the Winton Formation in Queensland, Australia by paleontologist Scott Hocknull. The remains were buried alongside fossils of another dinosaur called Diamantinasaurus, an occurrence that had never been seen in Australia before.

Paleoecology

Australovenator lived in Australia around 95 million years ago and shared its environment with a wide array of dinosaurs as well as various crocodilians, fish and reptiles. Its diet consisted of small and medium-sized animals, although some experts believe it may have hunted larger dinosaurs by working in packs.

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