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The Lost Files- Gallimimus by HodariNundu The Lost Files- Gallimimus by HodariNundu
JURASSIC PARK Los Archivos Perdidos
Gallimimus
Epoca: Cretaceo tardio, hace unos 70 millones de años
Distribucion: Asia
Longitud: Hasta 6 metros
Peso: 500 kgs
Dieta: Omnivoro
El Gallimimus fue uno de los primeros dinosaurios clonados en Jurassic Park. Aunque asustadizo y dispuesto a salir corriendo a la primera señal de peligro, el Gallimimus causó muchos problemas a los cuidadores de Jurassic Park, especialmente porque no permitian que se les acercaran para administrarles medicamentos o para hacerles examenes de salud, y debido a su increible velocidad (hasta 87 kilometros por hora), era muy dificil dispararles tranquilizantes incluso desde el aire.
El Gallimimus es omnivoro y puede comer tanto animales pequeños como plantas; los insectos grandes como los saltamontes parecen ser su manjar favorito.
Viven en bandadas dominadas por machos reproductores que se reparten las hembras de acuerdo con su rango; a veces, si hay pocas hembras reproductoras, los machos pueden pelear arañandose con las garras y mordiendose. El Gallimimus tiene una agudeza visual 10 veces mayor que la del hombre, por lo que a menudo detecta a sus depredadores antes que otros dinosaurios, alertando de su presencia con su llamado caracteristico (un grito corto y agudo). Por ello, muchos herbivoros se asocian con las bandadas de Gallimimus por razones de seguridad.
TRIVIA: Si bien sus poderosas patas podrian facilmente matar a un hombre, nunca se reportaron ataques no provocados de Gallimimus a ningun cuidador de Jurassic Park.
INOFENSIVO SI NO SE LE PROVOCA


JURASSIC PARK The Lost Files
Gallimimus
Age: Late Cretaceous, about 70 mya
Range: Asia
Length: Up to 6 meters
Weight: 500 kgs
Diet: Omnivore
Gallimimus was among the first cloned dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. Although it is easily scared and always willing to run away as soon as danger is sensed, Gallimimus did cause a lot of trouble to the Jurassic Park keepers, specially because they wouldn´t allow them to get anywhere close to them to medicate them or performing health exams on them, and due to their incredible speed (up to 87 kms p/h) it was very difficult to shoot tranquilizer darts to them even from a helicopter. Gallimimus is omnivore, and can eat both small animals and plants; big insects such as grasshoppers seem to be their favorite meal.
They live in flocks dominated by reproductive males, each one with a certain number of females according to its hierarchical position. Sometimes, if there are few reproductive females, the males can fight scratching at each other with their claws, and biting. Gallimimus has a visual acuteness ten times superior to that of humans, thus it often sees predators before other dinosaurs, and alerting of their presence with its unique call (a brief, high pitched scream). Because of this, many plant eaters form alliances with Gallimimus flocks.
TRIVIA: Although their powerful legs can easily kill a man, no unprovoqued attack on Jurassic Park keepers were ever reported.
HARMLESS UNLESS PROVOKED

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DemonDogMarine1960 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2013
Omnivore!
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Aloodonguy67 Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2013  Student Artist
Scaly ostriches!!!!
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masonday Featured By Owner May 10, 2011
That was so awesome!
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stevenrf69 Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
couldnt u imajin 1 lying down?
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survivor-127 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Great work on the gallimimus but like the guy above me said the eys are kinda "meh". :+fav: though

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xXHONORguardXx Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
i love all your jurassic files except this. the eyes that you put , i have to say really took away from the detail of the drawing


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trexmaster Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Also love these files, but we gringos spell it "provoked", not "provoqued".
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Koolasuchus Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008
Gran estilazo a la horta de darles color.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008   General Artist
Gracias :)
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