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Carnotaur

Carnotaurus Dossier

Wild

Carnotaurus Pressor is an interesting creature that falls between medium and large predator. It lives primarily on flat, clear ground, where it can capitalize on its speed. Additionally, it seems to have no qualms about running from larger predators instead of fighting.

The horns of the Carnotaurus seem to be used more for fighting rival Carnotauri (Carnotauruses?) than actual hunting. This doesn't mean the horns aren't dangerous, though; They can still eviscerate larger prey.

Carnotaurus is one of the smaller and more compact of the large predators. If Tyrannosaurus is the "lion" of The Island, Carnotaurus would certainly be the "cheetah". The real threat of a Carnotaurus is not being able to escape it once it sees you.

Domesticated

Carnotaurus fills a very specific role. Larger and almost as fast as a Raptor, smaller but much faster than a Rex. Were it not for the creature's extremely long down-time after sprinting, it might be among the most capably balanced mounts.

 
— The Dossier

The Carnotaurus or Carno is a very aggressive, medium sized carnivorous dinosaur found on the Ark. Stay far away from the creature unless you plan to tame or kill.

Domestication

Carnotaurus fills a very specific role. Larger and almost as fast as a Raptor, smaller but much faster than a Rex. Were it not for the creature’s extremely long down-time after sprinting, it might be among the most capably balanced mounts.

Locations

In or near areas of flat lands. Such as beaches, area around the lake, or grasslands. Because it needs its full potential speed to catch its prey.

Gameplay Images

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