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The Lost Files- Furcasaurus by HodariNundu The Lost Files- Furcasaurus by HodariNundu
JURASSIC PARK Los Archivos Perdidos
Furcasaurus
Epoca: Cretaceo tardio, hace 70 millones de años
Distribucion: America del sur
Longitud: 2.5 metros
Peso: 30 kilos
Dieta: Omnivoro
El Furcasaurus es un extraño dinosaurio descubierto originalmente por los cientificos de InGen.
Es un animal particularmente activo que se mueve usualmente en pequeños grupos. Principalmente nocturno, como atestiguan sus extrañas pupilas hendidas, este dinosaurio es un corredor rapido y ruidoso que nunca se queda mucho tiempo en el mismo lugar. Se alimenta principalmente de insectos; hormigas y termitas conforman gran parte de su dieta. Las cortas pero fuertes garras delanteras (solo una en cda mano) le ayudan a arrancar las paredes de los termiteros, la corteza de los arboles etc, y su larguisima lengua pegajosa atrapa a los insectos incluso si permanecen en el fondo de sus nidos.
Los Furcasaurus estan tambien activos durante el dia, pero usualmente se alimentan solo durante las horas de oscuridad. Machos y hembras son muy similares; la diferencia es que los machos cuentan con una papada de color anaranjado muy vistosa que pueden extender para atraer a una pareja.
Cuando son atacados por un depredador, los Furcasaurus huyen en todas direcciones haciendo mucho ruido, y se dirigen hacia la vegetación espesa; pueden correr a cerca de 80 kilometros por hora lo que usualmente les sirve para escapar de cualquier dinosaurio carnivoro. No obstante si son atrapados pueden causar serias heridas a sus enemigos con sus afiladas garras.
TRIVIA: Un documento de Jurassic Park sobre los Furcasaurus reporta que “Estos dinosaurios siguen jugando incluso después de alcanzada la edad adulta, al parecer por pura diversión. Su juego favorito es el de perseguirse unos a otros, aunque tambien parecen disfrutar el fastidiar a sus cuidadores, o incluso, arrojarlos a los abrevaderos”.
Este reporte coincide con el comportamiento del Furcasaurus en estado salvaje, que a menudo se reune en grupos para fastidiar a dinosaurios mas grandes. Aun asi, son mas bien huidizos en presencia de seres humanos.
INOFENSIVO SI NO SE LE PROVOCA

JURASSIC PARK The Lost Files
Furcasaurus
Age: Late Cretaceous, 70 mya
Range: South America
Length: 2.5 meters
Weight: 30 kgs
Diet: Omnivore
Furcasaurus is a strange dinosaur discovered by InGen scientists.
It is a specially active animal that moves in small groups. Mainly nocturnal, as evidenced by its strange slit-like pupils, this dinosaur is a fast and noisy runner that never stays in one place for a long time. It feeds mainly on insects, ants and termites being a major part of its diet. Its strong, short claws (only one per hand) help it strip off tree bark or the walls of termite mounts, and its extremely long and sticky tongue captures the insects even if they remain deep inside their nests.
Furcasaurs are also active during day, but usually feed only at night. Males and females look alike but males have a bright orange dewlap they can extend to attract a mate.
When attacked, each Furcasaur runs away in a different direction, making a lot of noise and head for thick vegetation; they can reach speeds of almost 80 kms P/h, enough to escape most predators. However, if caught, they can cause serious injury with their sharp claws. TRIVIA: A document on Furcasaurs from Jurassic Park reports that "These dinosaurs keep playing even after they reach adulthood, simply because it's fun. Their favorite game is to chase each other, but they also seem to enjoy mobbing their keepers and even, throw them to the watering holes".
This report is consistent with Furcasaurus' behavior in the wild; they often gather to mob larger animals, just for fun. Even so, they are rather shy in the presence of humans.
HARMLESS UNLESS PROVOKED
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:iconbirdskull31:
Birdskull31 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014
I want one.:)
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:icont0misaurus:
T0misaurus Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011
You invented it right?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011   General Artist
Yes but it is based on real alvarezsaurs
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:icondarkmate3:
Darkmate3 Featured By Owner Edited Jun 26, 2014
What year was it discovered in 
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014   General Artist
None, its fictional
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:icondarkmate3:
Darkmate3 Featured By Owner Edited Jun 27, 2014
Darn you it better be a real dinosaur 
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:iconasuma17:
Asuma17 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Is this dinosaur real?
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:icondarkmate3:
Darkmate3 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014
It better be 
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:iconsurvivor-127:
survivor-127 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
He likes to have fun! I'd rather have one of these than my puppy. Nah i'd rather have both :D

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HA HA HA I'M ALIVE!
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DOTB18 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2008
I know Furcasaurus is totally fictional, but I did a little research and found three canidates of what it could actually be; Achillesaurus, Alvarezsaurus, or Patagonykus.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2008   General Artist
Perfectly plausible.
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:iconshadowrebirth37:
ShadowRebirth37 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Omg, I can just picture a group of them throwing a poor keeper into the water moats. :rofl:

Mischevious little suckers, aren't they? XP

I like it!!
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:iconeriorguez:
Eriorguez Featured By Owner May 21, 2008
Se me hace raro ver un Alvarezsaurido sin plumas. No sé, el que sean el único grupo que siempre he visto con plumas hace esta imagen algo rara...

Pero es JP, donde los Pteranodones tienen dientes, los Spinosaurus son máquinas de matar que tiran vallas antidinosaurio abajo pero no atraviesan una puerta de aluminio, y los "Velocinychus" tienen inteligencia humana con cerebros del tamaño de una nuez...

Ah, la ciencia-ficción...
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:iconmaleiva:
Maleiva Featured By Owner May 16, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Un molestoso dinosaurio.
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:iconbran-artworks:
Bran-Artworks Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Student General Artist
La coloracion me recuerda a....un gecko =D.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
Precisamente, fue mi inspiracion :D
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:iconbran-artworks:
Bran-Artworks Featured By Owner May 17, 2008  Student General Artist
Pues le keda muy bien =D.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 17, 2008   General Artist
Grax! :D
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:icontroodonkid2007:
TroodonKid2007 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
Una shuvuia quizás?

Me acuerdo que Nigel Marven capturó uno y agitaba esas garritas, pero más daño le hizo con sus dientes :O
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
Ah, si, pero el de Marven era un Mononykus, mas grande que el Shuvuuia. Lo curioso es que en algunas reconstrucciones no les ponen dientes para nada :O
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:iconguilmon182:
guilmon182 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
What's was this dino's real name?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
I'm afraid its remains are yet to be found. :D
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:iconguilmon182:
guilmon182 Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I see...
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:iconphaedrolous:
Phaedrolous Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Student General Artist
Oh, now this is cool. A dinosaur specially evolved by InGen. The movies could use ones like him, fictional dinosaurs that broaden the scale moreso than their venom-spitting Dilophosaurs and oversized Velociraptors.
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:icondotb18:
DOTB18 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2008
Actually, the Velociraptors are not oversized, they're re-classified Deinonychus;

They're the same size
Their heads are the same shape
and Their fossils are shown to be found in North America, not Asia.
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:iconphaedrolous:
Phaedrolous Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2008  Student General Artist
In the movie, or reality-wise?
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:iconguilmon182:
guilmon182 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No, this one is real. InGen discovered it before todays paleontologists, and named it Furcasaurus instead of what it's actually called. Though, your idea is cool.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
Both of you are half right. :D
It is an alvarezsaur, and these were very real creatures, but Furcasaurus is completely fictional, I didn´t change any names here.
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:iconguilmon182:
guilmon182 Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh....whoops.....
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:iconbrancamty:
brancamty Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
cute
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:iconrickraptor77:
Rickraptor77 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Student Digital Artist
wait is it an Alvarezsaurid?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 13, 2008   General Artist
Exactly :D
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:iconbaragon2001:
baragon2001 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
wasnet there a dino that started with a m that looked like this
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 13, 2008   General Artist
Yes, Mononykus ;)
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:iconbaragon2001:
baragon2001 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
okay thanks
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:iconpaleo-beast-emperor:
Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Would this non-avian dinosaur be also called Mononychus or Shuvuuia?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 13, 2008   General Artist
Nope, but it is a close relative :D
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:icondarkmate3:
Darkmate3 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014
A close relative
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:iconpaleo-beast-emperor:
Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Then what's the real-life name for this alvarezsaur?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
I'm afraid its fossil remains haven´t been found.
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:iconpaleo-beast-emperor:
Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So this is a fictional dinosaur?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   General Artist
Yes, pretty much.
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:iconpaleo-beast-emperor:
Paleo-Beast-Emperor Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thought so.
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:iconmiyess:
Miyess Featured By Owner May 29, 2008   Digital Artist
same here...damn u, I thought they found another alvarezsaur! looks good though very JP...
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
:D lindo!
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:icontk272:
tk272 Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
Never heard about that one :P
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Bloodycomics Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
I love Jurassic park. All I know is that if they dont make a forth one then Ill make it when I grow up and becaume a film director! Because JP is the BEST!
Good work.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 13, 2008   General Artist
Thanks!
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:iconbloodycomics:
Bloodycomics Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
welcome. I wonder why its not been favoited more because its amazing work!
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Waughkizashi Featured By Owner May 13, 2008
what the furca!? just kidding...looks cool
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