Other bowertyrants, such as the "Greater Bowertyrant", or Tyrannosaurus rex, create their bowers from strategically gnawed trees, adorned with the decapitated heads of triceratops or other prey animals. All species are able to cannibalize the more edible parts of their bowers in times of drought or famine, deriving an extra shot of calcium from the bones therein. Indeed, it is the very reason the male offers the choicest bits to his would-be mate - the extra calcium in the offered bones allows for better egg production and a healthier brood.
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Maybe something wholly, hairy with lots of protofeathers...
So, that it has some kind of musk-ox-style... This would be plausible! I'm shure, they looked like hairy mammals and not like scaled reptiles! A great example of convergent evolution! Birds are the best example, for fluffy dinosaurs!
Well, ok I would freak out abit for seeing dinosaurs. And that they are big and predatory. But other than that, I would see animals. I also love that you gave em a common name. Great job!
And the concept behind it is even more awesome
(except the watermark)
Awesome work Raven!