|Lifespan||35 - 70|
|Medical Dart Resistance||44|
|Dinosaur Send / Summon||Yes|
|Comfort||40% , 70% , 90%|
|Open Space (m2)||2000||63%|
Unlocked by retrieving the fossil from one of the following dig sites:
|Dig Sites||Locations||Fossils||Requirements (Logistics)||Duration||Cost|
|Cedar Mountain Formation||North AmericaUSAEastern Utah||6||04:00||$380,000|
|Eggs||3 - 6|
Genome Trait Chances
|Genetic Mods (Max)||5|
The tyrannosauroid Moros intrepidus is a theropod from the late Cretaceous period. A full-size Moros intrepidus grows to a little under 1m tall, making it one of the smallest dinosaurs in the tyrannosauroid family, only a fraction of the size of its more famous – and far more fearsome – relative, Tyrannosaurus rex.
Moros intrepidus is one of the most recent new dinosaur discoveries, with the first remains – a series of limb bones - found in Emery County, Utah in 2013. The genus was formally described in 2019 and takes its name – a combination of the words ‘doom’ and ‘intrepid’ – from its imposing appearance and propensity for travelling long distances.
This dinosaur lived in North America around 96 million years ago, roaming around the forests and swamps of Utah and the surrounding areas. It survived on a carnivorous diet of small dinosaurs, mammals and lizards, although experts believe it may also have been a scavenger.