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Phorusrhacos
Phorusrhacos card
Phorusrhacos card in Jurassic World: The Game

Name meaning

"Wrinkle Bearer"

Diet

Carnivore

Height

2.5 metres (8.2 ft)

Weight

130 kilograms (290 lb)

Range

South America

Birth type

Egg

Game appearances

Jurassic Park: Builder
Jurassic World: The Game

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Phorusrhacos (pronounced "FOR-rus-RAH-kos") is an extinct, giant flightless predatory bird that lived in Miocene Patagonia. P. longissimus' closest living relatives are the much smaller seriemas. P. longissimus is thought to have lived in woodlands and grasslands.

Phorusrhacos grew up to 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) tall and weighed approximately 130 kilograms (290 lb). They had enormous skulls up to sixty centimeters long, armed with powerful, hook-tipped beaks. The structure of the beak and the large claws on the toes show that they were carnivorous.

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Jurassic Park Inspired GamesEdit

Jurassic Park: BuilderEdit

Phorusrhacos can be created in the Glacial Park of Jurassic Park: Builder as a limited edition creature.

Jurassic World: The GameEdit

see Phorusrhacos/JW: TG

Phorusrhacos is a Cenozoic super rare Savannah in Jurassic World: The Game.

TriviaEdit

A base form Phorusrhacos in Jurassic World: The Game looks similar to the Walking with Beasts Phorusrhacos. It also has the same sounds as the Pteranodon from the game ARK: Survival Evolved.

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