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Ornithodynastes
Epoca: Cretaceo tardio, hace 85 millones de años
Distribucion: Asia
Longitud: Hasta 12 metros
Peso: Hasta 2.5 toneladas
Dieta: Carnivoro
Ornithodynastes es uno de los varios dinosaurios descubiertos por primera vez por los cientificos de Jurassic Park.
Este animal esta emparentado de cerca con Oviraptor, pero es del tamaño de un T-Rex. Es un depredador extremadamente voraz que suele patrullar las zonas de selva mas inaccesibles; aunque no tiene dientes, sus mandibulas son enormemente poderosas y capaces de triturar huesos, por lo que es tan peligroso como cualquier otro superpredador.
Tambien es mas ligero y rapido, y puede alcanzar los 77 kilometros por hora cuando persigue a una presa. Este animal suele cazar en parejas, pero a veces se le encuentra solo o en pequeños grupos. Los machos son algo mas vistosos que las hembras, pero ambos son del mismo tamaño. Como el Oviraptor, son padres dedicados y protegen sus nidos celosamente.
Los Ornithodynastes se distinguen por ser extremadamente ruidosos; sus gritos son muy potentes, y se cree que los usan no solo para comunicarse, sino para asustar a sus presas de tal forma que se paralicen por unos segundos, suficientes para atraparlas y triturarlas con su poderoso pico.
TRIVIA: Ornithodynastes tambien es llamado Saurodynastes, que era su nombre original. No obstante, debido a su aspecto semejante al de un pájaro, el jefe de guardabosques preferia referirse a el como Ornithodynastes ferox (feroz príncipe de los pajaros). Este dinosaurio siempre vio a los humanos como alimento y se le debe considerar potencialmente antropofago.
EXTREMADAMENTE PELIGROSO!


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Ornithodynastes
Age: Late Cretaceous, 85 mya
Range: Asia
Length: Up to 12 meters
Weight: Up to 2.5 tons
Diet: Carnivore
Ornithodynastes is one of several dinosaurs discovered for the first time by Jurassic Park scientists.
This animal is closely related to Oviraptor, but it's the size of a T-Rex. It is a very voracious predator that roams the deepest parts of the jungle; although it lacks teeth, its jaws are enormously powerful and ablke to crush bones, so the animal is as dangerous as any other superpredator.
It is also lighter and faster and can run at speeds of 77 kms p/h when chasing prey. This animal usually hunts in pairs, but sometimes it can be seen alone or in small groups. Males are somewhat more colorful than females but they are the same size.
Like Oviraptor, they are dedicated parents and protect their nests jealously.
Ornithodynastes are very loud; their screams are very potent and used not only to communicate, but also to frighten prey so that they paralize for a few moments, enough to allow Ornithodynastes to catch them and crush them with their powerful beak.
TRIVIA: Ornithodynastes is also named Saurodynastes, the latter being its original name. However, due to its bird like appearance, the park ranger chief would rather call it Ornithodynastes ferox (fierce prince of birds).
This dinosaur always saw humans as food and must be considered as potentially man eating.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!

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:iconkaijukid23:
Kaijukid23 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2015
Being a fast runner, arent they suppose to be a plain dweller instead a deep jungle roamer?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2015   General Artist
Well, ask a cassowary :B

You do realize of course that the dino is not in its natural habitat, tho. It has to adapt to what it has.
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Kaijukid23 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015
But it seems that they have more Ostrich-like physical trait, which is more suitable for open plains. But i do agree that they are not living in their natural habitat (spino is actually a beach comber, for example). 
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Primalk Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Is this supposed to be Gigantoraptor?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015   General Artist
yes
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:iconprimalk:
Primalk Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Cool!
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Trendorman Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
...i didnt know you a d hell raptor were friends...to of my fav deviants...are friends
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AzrielMoha Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014
do a lost file for pleicocene mammals, that will be awesome
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Hellraptor Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I really like this, since many years back and i would like to do it as part of my JP art. i credit you for sure :) If its okay.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014   General Artist
Sure, no probs :>
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Hellraptor Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks :)
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frapt Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014
I assume this is Gigantoraptor?
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:iconacepredator:
acepredator Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014
correct
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Aloodonguy67 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013  Student Artist
Toothless velociraptor!!!!
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Pyroraptor42 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
Gigantoraptor con nombre diferente :P?
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:iconacepredator:
acepredator Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014
correcto
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SpelKille Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2009
Great picture, the colouring are fantastic!

But didn't Gigantoraptor have a crest? Maybe they didn't find the head? I don't know...
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2009   General Artist
I think they did find the head, but I dont think they ever mentioned a crest...
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blizzardguy Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2009
I've got some pretty good books on my book shelf, but I look through them, even the latest editiosn to my collection, and I can't find the name Giganotoraptor in these books at all, I was wondering if you knew why?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2009   General Artist
Well, because it is a very recent discovery, or because ur looking for Giganotoraptor and not Gigantoraptor, the correct spelling. But I bet it's the first one.
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SoldierofFortune Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2009
Ooh, I got an old Dinosaur book with a pic of one of these in it. It's looks super creepy and it's in the dark, which makes it even cooler IMO. Your's kinda reminds me of that pic! Nice work!!
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2009   General Artist
Thanks! :) But it is highly unlikely that the dino in your old book is one of these. It was discovered like, two or three years ago!
Maybe an Oviraptor...
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SoldierofFortune Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2009
Ah. Probly was then. I have no clue where exactly the book is in my room so I can't go dig it out to check. :p

Where'd you get the info on it, might I ask? When I search the name, the only thing that comes up is basically links to this pic!
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2009   General Artist
That's because I made up the name! :D The animal is real, though. Its real name is Gigantoraptor.
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SoldierofFortune Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2009
lol! That's what I get for not reading the artwork descriptions properly. I didn't know you made it up for the JP fanart. :p

Gigantoraptor! Now that comes up. Cool!
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Michelle56 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gigantoraptor was discovered during my vacation! Cool pic!
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2008   General Artist
Thanks! :)
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Phaedrolous Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Student General Artist
A Rex-size Oviraptor, eh? Kinda like the Megaraptor from Warpath: Jurassic Park. Nifty.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
The difference is that this one was real :D
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Koolasuchus Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008
LOL!!!!!
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encune Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008  Student General Artist
WoOZ! This thing is spectacular! All the proportions are just perfect and the colour..... don't even get me started on the colour because otherwise you'll be here all day!




*instafav* pleased it is.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008   General Artist
Asante
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:iconencune:
encune Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008  Student General Artist
meaning?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008   General Artist
Meaning "thanks" XD I just didn´t wanted to sound repetitive
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:iconencune:
encune Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2008  Student General Artist
Interesting.
I like languages.
Danke!
(thankyou)
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:iconmaleiva:
Maleiva Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Esta muy bueno y mortal el trabajo ;)
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Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So, what do you suppose this theropod's height is? And "Up to 12 meters", that must about 40', am I correct? And 77 kms, how many miles per hour is do ya think it is?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008   General Artist
Man, I don´t know! :O I guess it is over five meters tall.

I think that if you type miles to kms in google you can find any conversion. ;)
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Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Five meters, huh? I'm guessin' about what, 15'? I mean, a meter's equal to 3', right?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008   General Artist
Yes... I think so. :blush:
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Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And since ya set the length of your giant prongbeak (As I now call it) to 12 meters, that means the Jurassic Park giant prongbeak reaches up to 36' in length, yes?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008   General Artist
Hum... yes? :O
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Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There ya have it.
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Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So if this Gigantoraptor, then why the name Ornithodynastes? I never hearda this name before.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008   General Artist
Because Gigantoraptor hadn´t been discovered and named by the time the JP scientists cloned it.
So, this would make Ornithodynastes the original name :D
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Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I see. So, let me get this straight: Gigantoraptor & Ornithodynastes are the same theropod?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008   General Artist
Yes.
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:iconpaleo-beast-emperor:
Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's all I want to know.
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Bran-Artworks Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2008  Student General Artist
Oye,me preguntaba si me podrias dejar hacer una version de este jp dino tomando como base la tuya,es que con este si te la rifaste como dicen,es que se ve bien pegajoso(para estar lo viendo) y es de mis favoritos de tus Lost files.
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