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    Introducing the Woolly Rhino!

    Dino Dossier

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    Common Name: Woolly Rhino
    Species: Coelodonta Utiliserro
    Time: Late Pliocene - Late Pleistocene
    Diet: Herbivore
    Temperament: Friendly


    Wild

    Coelodonta Utiliserro is a friendly herbivore, common to the tundra and grassland regions of the island. It is a large and dangerous creature, though it seems fairly trusting of the fauna around it. Once attacked, Coelodonta charges towards its foe. It builds up momentum as it charges, and depending on its ultimate impact speed, the results can be terrifying. With enough room to charge, it can even skewer the largest creatures in just one single gore!

    Despite how powerful Coelodonta are, many tribes still hunt them extensively due to their unique resources. Its horns can be ground into a highly arousing powder, and its thick fur can support many insulating outfits, making the Coelodonta much in demand. Even less advanced tribes use packs to hunt them down, though at significant peril. 

    Domesticated

    When not being hunted for its horns, Coelodonta makes an excellent beast of burden. Its ability to take on far larger opponents provided sufficient sizeable load capacity, make it a solid addition to any trader party or gathering expedition.
     



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    This things awesome but I'm not sure if I'm crazy about the "fairly trusting of the fauna around it" part, if you live on an Island where Mammoth's are constantly hunted down by various wildlife you should probably be a little more cautious, but other than that the tundra needs this thing to have more diversity in the mammals of the game

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