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Jurassic Park Lycaenops (Updated 2014) by Hellraptor Jurassic Park Lycaenops (Updated 2014) by Hellraptor
Lycaenops= Wolf face
Codename:Fang
Diet:carnivore
lenght:1 m
Height: 30-50 cm
Wheight: 5-8 Kilograms
Mid-permian to Late permian, 265-260 mya
Area:South-Africa

A mammal like reptile, small sized bred for having a diversity among the animals in the park. Lyceanops are socail predators that hunt in small groups and can be found on both Nublar and Sorna. They are agile and fast, chasing down smaller animals and even smaller dinosaurs. Lycaenops were not wery gentle against humans and gave at least one ranger a nasty bite from their strong jaws and saber like fangs. Their tiger like body patterns helps the animals t hide in tall vegitataion.

Dangerous,tricky.

First Apperance: Jurassic Park toyline series 2 (1994)

Jurassic Park (C) Universal pictures
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:iconshadowstyle143:
ever consider a Gorgonopsid?
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Hellraptor Apr 17, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Perhaps a reallife one, not jp
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:iconshadowstyle143:
thats what i mean
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Hellraptor Apr 17, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
sure :)
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:iconshadowstyle143:
sweet
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mexicanzilla Apr 15, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
nice new back, like a feline one
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Hellraptor Apr 16, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
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mexicanzilla 5 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
any new plans for your most famous serie of drawing?
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Hellraptor 5 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
For the moment i will let them rest and i will do more accurate dinosaurs like my oviraptor. but Jp will come in time
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DarthWill3 Apr 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is it possible that Lycaenops and a Gorgonopsid are in the same family?
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