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Information

The Deinocheirus (Dine-oh-kire/cheer-us) “Terrible-claw” is a very large species of ornithomimid theropod which lived during the Late Cretaceous 71-69 MYA in the Nemegt Formation of what is now Mongolia, in a swampy environment.

It was much bigger than Gallimimus and Ornithomimus. It also has a very different body structure, and is slightly slower. It is currently the only amphibious Omnivore in-game, albeit with a measly 30 oxygen.

Design

In game it has brown feathers, large feathered hands and legs used for swimming. It also has a yellow boomerang shaped beak and a long neck with a small red and black feathered throat pouch. It's neck and ankles are partly white, with orange eyes along with yellow legs and arms. Upon the start of its beak it has a small blue section and blue patched eyes.

Trivia

  • Did you know that Deinocheirus was once thought to be a fully Carnivorous and fully scally carnosaur instead of an ornithomimosaur, using it's large hands to kill and eat prey?
    • Also, the Deinocherius was known to eat fish, and now scientists think this humpbacked dinosaur it was a omnivore, but its still known to be primarily a herbivore.

Design

A very blocky version of the animal with a long neck, a long orange beak with a small crest on the top of its head. It also has a big blue hump or sail on its back and it is colored pale peach. It has pale yellow long claws and talons. It doesn't seem to have feathers at all.

Trivia

  • Like all blocky and old models, the Classic Deinocheirus cannot move properly.

Information

Swan Deinocheirus is an Easter skin for Deinocheirus, available in Easter eggs on the Gallus Map 2017. It's a very reasonable dinosaur/omnivore, next to the Gigantoraptor's stats/gameplay.

Design

The skin is a white swan, and allows Deinocheirus to swim with no major speed issues. It has a orange beak with orange feet. Its beak is tipped black along with its claws and around its eyes. When it runs it flaps it wings, as if trying to fly.

Trivia

  • This skin is part of the Easter Event 2017.