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Gogeyet765

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  1. Filo:    Chordata
    Clase:    Mammalia
    Subclase:    Marsupialia
    Orden:    Dasyuromorphia
    Familia:    Thylacinidae
    Género:    Thylacinus
    Especie:    T. cynocephalus

    Notice: These are your characteristics of the animal in particular, if you want to read habilities and characteristics in the game it is later.

    The marsupial wolf or thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), also known as the Tasmanian wolf, Tasmanian tiger or thylacine, was a carnivorous marsupial originating in the Holocene. It was native to Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea and is believed to have become extinct in the 20th century.

    Like the placental wolves, the marsupial wolf was a super predator. But being a marsupial, the species has no phylogenetic relationship with canids, and yet, due to evolutionary convergence, it had a similar appearance and adaptations. Its genetically closest living relative is the marsupial anthill or numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus). The marsupial wolf likely preferred the dry eucalyptus forests, wetlands and grasslands of the Australian continent.24 Australian aboriginal petroglyphs indicate that the marsupial wolf it was spread over mainland Australia and New Guinea; In 1990, a mummified corpse was discovered in a cave on the Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia, confirming its distribution in mainland Australia.In Tasmania, it preferred central forests and coastal heaths, which eventually became in the main objective of the British colonists who looked for suitable pasture land for their flocks.

    It was a night and twilight hunter, and during the day it stayed in small caves or empty tree trunks. He used to retreat to the hills and forests for shelter during the day and hunted in the heaths at night. The first observers observed that the animal was shy.

    The marsupial wolf was exclusively carnivorous. His stomach had a thick muscular layer and could be distended to allow the intake of large amounts of food. It was probably an adaptation to compensate for the long periods of unsuccessful hunting in which food was scarce. Their prey included kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, birds, and small marsupials such as kangaroo rats and phalangeriforms. Their preferred prey may have been the once abundant Tasmanian emu 

     

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    Its characteristics would be in being a carnivore, having an opportunistic temperament, being faster than the direwolf, being in a herd of 5 to 10 members, they are more nocturnal and hunt small animals and animals a little larger than him,
    It would be almost the same as the hyaenodon in size but a little related to the direwolf.

    Skills:
    It has two attacks, one of a bite that leaves bleeding and another as a type of scratch.

    That he has a pack buff, in which all 4 have a mini resistance buff and the alpha is the one who has the resistance and attack buff.

    At night they are stronger, something similar to the megalosaurus.

    Leave small animals like the raptor and Thylacoleo lying down, leaving it immobile.

    Have a bufo like the megaterium, but in mammalian animals

    Live in:

    * Big or small caves
    * Large lakes with many trees
    * areas with rivers and grasslands
    * Mountains and plateaus

    This animal will serve to face large mammals with a herd of 5 or more, but the difficulty of this is that it cannot be mounted, domestication would be giving it caresses like the hyaenodon, and that it can wear a type of cheap armor that gives it a little more resistance.

    Thanks for your attention 
     

     

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