Other Prehistoric Creatures

Carnivores ~~~ Herbivores

Opening blurb goes here. So you want more words, eh? Well I'm going to have to come up with them first. If you'd like more information about the adoption process, please go here.

Riley (Rhamphorhynchus)

Riley came to us with several broken bones, but they healed faster than any pterosaur we've treated before. This energetic girl has a strong mind and plenty of zest for life; keep this in mind, as she will require plenty of open flying space.

  • Gender: Female
  • Age: Adult
  • Vaccines: Up-to-date
  • House-trained?: Yes
  • Good with: Dogs, kids, fish
  • Not good with: Enclosed spaces, being used as a kite
Dunno (Dunkleosteus)
Status (available, foster, etc.)

Despite his carnivorous nature and his 8000-lb-per-square-inch bite, Dunno is quite calm- even gentle (when his stomach is full).
At 29 feet long, he's a bit small for his species- but any true fish enthusiast will appreciate all 3.8 tons of him just the same.

  • Gender: Male
  • Age: Young adult
  • Vaccines: Yes
  • House-trained?: N/A (water-dweller)
  • Good with: Anything as long as he's not hungry

Lord Helix (Ammonite)
Status (available, foster, etc.)

...He doesn't have much of a personality at the moment.
(If you're looking for something a bit more active than a pet rock, Helix will need to be revived by a special machine. Please make sure you have access to one of these machines if you are interested in adopting a living, breathing Omany- I mean ammonite.)

  • Gender: Probably male
  • Age: Possibly an adult
  • Vaccines: None (have you tried giving an injection to a rock?)
  • House-trained?: N/A
  • Good with: Nothing makes him upset, really

Image credit: Pterosaur image by omg-stock. Dunkleosteus photograph by Katelyn Lindsay; taken at the American Museum of Natural History. Ammonite image by rgbstock.