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Dinosaur Safari

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Dinosaur Safari FAQ 1.0
by vintage_mhaze
C 2010

V. 1.0 - 8/10: Made FAQ


Contents:

FAQ Stuff

Technical Stuff
	Running the Game
	Emulation
	Files

Basics of the Game
	What to Do
	The Rooms
	The Tools
		Data Crystals
		Chronosphere
		Photography
		Videography
		Other Tools
	The Eras
	Game Loss
	Collection Tips

Short List of Dinos by Era

The Clanogram Room Maps
	1.1 General Map
	1.2 Availability Map
	1.3 Dino Map

The BIG In-Depth Dinosaur List


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FAQ Stuff

Dinosaur Safari FAQ created 8/2010 by vintage_mhaze.
For use on GameFaqs only.  
Dinosaur Safari was created by Creative Multimedia Corporation
and Mindscape, Inc.

Technical Stuff - Dinosaur Safari is occasionally available
	on internet sites as "abandonware."  There may also be some
	original CDs floating around.

	Running the Game - The game was originally available on CD for PC 
		and Macintosh.  The data needs to be run from a CD.  If you 
		obtain an"abandonware" version, you can burn the contents 
		to a CD and run it from there.  You may be able to create a 
		disc image and mount it, although I have not done this 
		myself.  Dinosaur Safari will need to be run in 
		"Compatibility Mode" and use 256 Colors on Windows.  
		Although I originally owned the Macintosh Version in 1996, 
		I no longer have the disc, and so I cannot tell you if it 
		will run in newer versions of Classic OS.  Run the program 
		file (DS.exe).

	Emulation - As far as I know, you cannot run Dinosaur Safari on a 
		Dos emulator - you need Windows.  You may be able to run 
		the game on a Macintosh with a Windows emulator, although I 
		have not gotten this to work due to the 256 Colors 
		restriction.

	Files - The game uses Quicktime files for video, in conjunction 
		with program files.  There is also a license.  For the PC 
		version, there are also some save-game files (.dss files) 
		for a variety of levels.  There are Rookie (1), Junior (2), 
		Senior (3), and Ace (4).  Each starts out with 5 Data 
		Crystals and 200 Energy, with the exception of the files 
		that end with "_X".  These files have extra Energy.  The 
		Macintosh version had a similar way to skip to a higher 
		level, although I don't remember much about it (I can only 
		remember using it to start out with more Energy and tools).

Basics of the Game - Run "DS.exe" to start the game.  If you don't click 
	through the intro, an alien (maybe "the Trold") will introduce the 
	building and give you a tour.  He will introduce you to the 
	Clanogram room and the basement.  He will also give you a mini-
	tutorial about how to photograph the dinosaurs.  I won't repeat it 
	here, but basically you travel via a time machine (Chronosphere) 
	and travel to various locations to film the dinos.

	What to Do - In Dinosaur Safari, you collect photographs (and video 
		footage) of an assortment of extinct reptiles.  This 
		includes dinosaurs and some creatures the game makes very 
		clear are NOT dinosaurs.  You get paid for your photos, and 
		even more for your videos.  The Dinosaurs tend to command a 
		higher price.  First, select a silver Data Crystal.  It 
		will give you some basic info on a particular dino.  Then
 		go try to find the dino by clicking on the doorway to the 
		right (the left stairs take you to the basement).

	The Rooms - There are two rooms (three if you count the 
		Chronosphere).

		The Clanogram Room - Pick a dino by selecting a silver Data 
			Crystal.  The blank Crystals are arranged by 
			"Clad".  Complete a Clad to get a number of 
			personal Data Crystals equivalent to the number of 
			dinos in the Clad, plus one.

		The Basement - The basement is down the stairs on the left 
			side of the Clanogram room.  Go here to save and 
			load a game.  You can also open higher level games 
			that come already in the Dinosaur Safari folder.  
			There is also a globe you use to see what the world 
			looks like at various stages, in addition to some 
			books, a picture, and a plaque.  When you beat the 
			game, a blue Data Crystal will appear on the shelf.  
			Here you can view your dino images and videos, as 
			well as read about them.

	The Tools - You have a variety of tools to help you collect
		your images.

		Data Crystals - These hold information about a dino/
			reptile.  They are silver when blank and blue 
			when full.

			Clanogram Data Crystals - The ones in the Clanogram 
				room are different from the ones you use.  
				They each have some base data about a dino.  
				Pick one of these and head out.  Pressing 
				"Auto" in the Chronosphere will take you to 
				the time period of the Clanogram room 
				Crystal you selected.  When you get an 
				image or video of that dino, the crystal 
				will turn blue, and you will not get paid 
				as much for future images/video of that 
				dino.  

			Your Data Crystals - The Data Crystals you carry 
				store images or video.  Each Crystal is 
				silver when blank and blue when it carries 
				an image or video (it can only store one).  
				You can carry up to five, and you need at 
				least one to continue to game.  The Trold 
				will sell you more for 20 Energy each if 
				you are out.  He will sell them to you 
				until you get below a certain amount of 
				money (about 50 Energy) or until you have 
				all five slots full.  You can carry five at 
				a time, but there is no limit to how many 
				you can collect.  Once you have blue 
				Crystals and head home, the Trold will take 
				them and pay you for the data.  He won't 
				give them back.  Try to get data that is 
				worth as much as possible, including "Money 
				Shots" (I know, I know...) and nice long 
				videos.

		Chronosphere - This is your time machine.  It's a silver 
			ball with a few simple controls the Trold will 
			explain to you at the beginning.  Press "Auto" to 
			go to the time period of the Data Crystal you 
			selected in the Clanogram room.  You can also 
			manually adjust the time.  One you have made it to 
			the dino's time, move around via the arrow buttons 
			(on the screen or on your keyboard).  [On some 
			machines, pressing the ones on the screen will move 
			you two clicks; if this happens use the keyboard.]  
			Once you have filled up your Data Crystals (or any 
			time, really), you can go home.  Press "Auto" while 
			in the dinos' age to go home.  Dinos can hit the 
			Chronosphere, which will activate your Repeller 
			Shield and cost you Energy.  Try not to let them do 
			this by leaving before they hit you.  Sometimes you 
			can't help it if you want to get a payable shot.  
			See the Dino Guide to learn which ones will do 
			this.  You need a certain amount of Energy to 
			travel.  If you run out while in Dinos' time, the 
			Trold will bring you back.  Hope that you make 
			enough off of your images/photos to be able to head 
			out again!

		Photography - Your default tool.  When a dino/reptile runs 
			out, snap a photo.  Each photo uses up a Data 
			Crystal.  Try to get a good one in the middle of a 
			dino doing something interesting, like roaring or 
			eating.  A good initial photo is worth about half 
			to one third of the Max Payment.  Following photos 
			will be paid about half that amount again, but only 
			if they are better than the first.  To shoot a 
			photo, click the photo button on the Chronosphere 
			control panel exactly when you want the shot taken.

		Videography - Videos command a much higher price.  The 
			Trold won't buy bad videos from you.  For the best 
			video, start when the dino is about 2/3 in the shot 
			and record until it is about 2/3 out of the shot.  
			Some dinos will stay in the shot indefinitely once 
			they come out.  See the Dino Guide section of this 
			FAQ to learn which ones stay (repeat) and which 
			ones go.  (If it stays, just wait until it starts 
			repeating to end your shot.)

		Other Tools - The Sonar Device/Dino Radar will tell you 
			where Dinos are located.  It costs about 25 Energy 
			to use.  The Dino Call will call out a Dino if you 
			are in an area where a Dino is found.  It costs 50 
			Energy and, while effective, is never really cost 
			efficient.

	The Eras - There are 5 major time periods in the game.  The appear 
		in the following order: Late Triassic, Early Jurassic, Late 
		Jurassic, Early Cretaceous, Late Cretaceous.  Once you 
		travel to one, the dinos in the next one will appear as 
		silver Data Crystals in the Clanogram Room.  You do not 
		need to photograph one; merely traveling to and from that 
		period will add dinos from the next.

	Game Loss - When you do not have any remaining blank Data Crystals, 
		and you do not have enough Energy to pay for new ones, you 
		lose the game and cannot travel anymore.  When you do not 
		have enough Energy to travel, you also lose the game.  The 
		Trold will tell you when this happens, and lead you to the 
		basement (as a prompt to start a new game).

	Collection Tips - Dinos will always come out within about 5 
		seconds, so there is no point in waiting around.  Sometimes 
		the scenery or sounds will change slightly when a Dino 
		enters.  Try to get good videos and photos to be paid well.  
		Do NOT take photos of dinos half off of the screen, and do 
		not take photos of empty scenes.  You do not want the cost 
		of collection to exceed the cost you will get paid, but 
		sometimes you can't help it for some of the aquatic 
		reptiles, as they don't pay well.  Once you fill up a Clad, 
		you will get some free Data Crystals, so factor that in to 
		your cost-benefit analysis.  If you are low on Energy, pick 
		a Dino in a big Clad for more pay.  If you are low on Data 
		Crystals, pick one from a small Clad so you can fill it up 
		and get some free Data Crystals.  Save you game every few 
		Dinos you collect or every couple of trips, because the 
		game can go south very quickly!


Short List of Dinos by Era

	Late Triassic
		Dinosaurs: Heterodontosaurus, Plateosaurus, Riojasaurus, 
			Saltopus, Staurikosaurus
		Other Archosaurs: Eudimorphodon, Ornithosuchus
		Other Reptiles: Cynognathus, Nothosaurus, Shonisaurus, 
			Tanystropheus

	Early Jurassic
		Dinosaurs: Anchisaurus, Cetiosaurus, Megalosaurus, 
			Scelidosaurus, Scutellosaurus, Sinosaurus
		Other Archosaurs: Dimorphidon
		Other Reptiles: Ichthyosaurus, Plesiosaurus

	Late Jurassic
		Dinosaurs: Allosaurus, Archaeopteryx, Brachisaurus, 
			Camarasaurus, Ceratosaurus, Coelurus, 
			Compsognathus, Diplodocus, Dryosaurus, Stegosaurus
		Other Archosaurs: Pterodactylus, Pterodaustro, 
			Rhamphorhynchus
		Other Reptiles: Opthalmosaurus

	Early Cretaceous
		Dinosaurs: Archaeornithomimus, Baryonyx, Camptosaurus
			Carnotaurus, Hypsilophodon, Iguanodon, 
			Psittacosaurus, Sauropelta
		Other Archosaurs: Pteranodon, Quetzalcoatlus
		Other Reptiles: Kronosaurus

	Late Cretaceous
		Dinosaurs: Ankylosaurus, Garudimimus, Maisaura, Oviraptor, 
			Pachycephalosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Protoceratops, 
			Saltasaurus, Segnosaurus, Spinoasaurus, 
			Thescelosaurus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus, 
			Velociraptor
		Other Reptiles: Elasmosaurus

Maps

     1.1 General Map of the Clanogram Room

     X   X X X         X X X X X X X
     X   X X X X X X X X     X X X X
     X   X X ------------------- X X
     X   X   ------/NCS \-------   X
     X   X   ------\LOGO/-------   X
     X   X X -------------------   X
     X       X                 X X X
             X   X   X     X X X X X
     =================================
     _________ X   X   X X X   X X X ||
     _________                       ||
     _________                       ||
     <--- Stairs    To Chronosphere --->
      To Basement

     X = a dino/reptile data crystal



     1.2 Availability Map of the Clanogram Room

     4   4 5 5         5 5 4 4 3 3 2
     4   1 3 4 4 4 5 5 5     3 3 3 1
     3   4 5 ------------------- 5 4
     3   3   ------/    \-------   5
     3   5   ------\    /-------   5
     2   2 2 -------------------   5
     1       2                 1 1 1
             1   1   1     5 3 3 3 2
     =================================
     _________ 1   1   3 2 1   5 4 2 ||

     1 = first available time period (Late Triassic)
     5 = last available time period (Late Cretaceous)
     Traveling to one period will activate the next one,
     regardless of if you photograph a dino.


     1.3 Dino Map of the Clanogram Room

     40  45 59 60             46 47 35 36 22 21 12

     39  11 34 42 43 44 56 57 58       25 24 23 01

     32  41 55  ---------------------------  48 37

     31  33     ---------/        \--------     49

     30  54     ---------\        /--------     50

     20  18 19  ---------------------------     51

     10        17                         13 03 02

               09   07   05         52 28 27 26 14

     =============================================
     __________  08   06   29 16 04       53 38 15 ||

     Each number corresponds with its dino in the dino list
     part of this FAQ.
     Slightly stretched to account for double digits.



The BIG In-Depth Dinosaur List

Key:
Number: Number I gave the dino for the purpose of this guide
Dino Name - What it Means
Brief description of the dino that the game gives.
Max Payment: The amount of energy you get for a good video of the dino. 
	(Payment for photos will be lower, depending on the exact shot.)
Clad: The group where the dino is situated on the home screen.
Availability: When the dino is available for photography as a mission (ie, 
	when it has a white crystal on the home screen, and not a blank 
	box).  This corresponds with the Epoch and Period.

Location: Where on the continents the dino is found in the game.
Description of Blank Shot: The name the game gives the scene when the dino 
	is not in it.
Era: The Era
Epoch: The Epoch
Period: The Period
Years ago: Pretty obvious

Profile: A short description of the black and white profile image for the
 	mission (in the top right corner of the Cronosphere).
Ease of shot: Probability the dino will come out to be photographed.  The 
	number is how many times the dino came out during 10 random 
	attempts (it may differ for you).
Description: What the dino looks like and the direction it moves.
Hits Cronosphere: Will it hit you (costing energy) if you stay long 
	enough.

Description of Location: What the location looks like, and what's always 
	in the scene.
Plants/Critters: The names of plants or other animals present in 
	the scene.

Real World: Trivia about the dinosaur genus in the real world.


Available at Start of Game (Late Triassic)

Number: 1
Saltopus - Leaping Foot
This nimble Dinosaur has five-fingered hands with tiny fourth and fifth 
	fingers.  Saltopus often hunts from ambush.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Coelurosauria
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Northwestern tip of Africa (default location)
Description of Blank Shot: Savanna
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000
Profile: A small biped facing left.
Ease of shot: One of the easiest to find; a good starting dinosaur. (7)
Description: Small biped that runs from behind some ferns and catches a 
	lizard.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Some trees and pineapple-looking ferns.
Plants/Critters: Bjuvia, Cycadeoidea, Williamsonia

Real World: Based on a broken skeleton found in Scotland.


Number: 2
Plateosaurus - Flat Lizard
Plateosaurus is one of the first Dinosaurs able to feed upon the tops of 
	trees.  It migrates in herds during the dry season.
Max Payment: 160
Clad: Prosauropoda
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Central Australia
Description of Blank Shot: Coulee
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A quadruped with a small head facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: A group walks from behind some rocks and exits to the right.  
	One nibbles at a tree.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A reddish-brown path with some rocks in the left 
	and some small trees.
Plants/Critters: Walchia

Real World: Found in Europe in such a way to suggest it lived in herds.


Number: 3
Riojasaurus - Rioja Lizard
This Dinosaur is one of the first large four-footed plant eaters.  Its 
	heavy gut prevents it from rearing up to feed.
Max Payment: 160
Clad: Prosauropoda
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Center of South America
Description of Blank Shot: Cycad Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A quadruped with a small head and big hips facing left.
Ease of shot: Easy (7)
Description: One walks from right to left and looks over its shoulder.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A reddish-brown plain with some scraggly trees.
Plants/Critters: Bennettitalean, Leptocyas, Nilssonia, Weilandiella

Real World: Based on about 20 skeletons from the La Rioja area in
Argentina.


Number: 4
Shonisaurus - Shoni Lizard
Shonisaurus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is an Ichthyosaur ("Fish Lizard").  
	Shonisaurus is the largest Ichthyosaur ever known!
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Ichthyosaur
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Pacific Ocean (Multiple Locations)
Description of Blank Shot: N/A
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A ball with some points that faces toward you, slightly to the 
	right.
Ease of shot: Easy (7)
Description: A fat, fish-looking thing that swims rear left to 
	front right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Blue water.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Found in US and Canada in large numbers.  It's named after the 
	Shoshone Mountains.


Number: 5
Tanystropheus - Long Necked One
This reptile is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is an Protorosaur.  Its neck is longer 
	than its body and tail combined.
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Protorosauria
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Southwestern edge of Europe
Description of Blank Shot: Rocky Inlet
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A small quadruped with a very long neck, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: A cute black critter that makes funny noises and walks right 
	to left across a pebble beach.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: An blue-water inlet with a pebble beach.
Plants/Critters: Equisetites

Real World: The long neck was possibly used for fishing from the shore.  
	Found in Europe.


Number: 6
Nothosaurus - False Lizard
This reptile is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is an Nothosaur.  Nothosaurs are long 
	necked, air-breathing, aquatic reptiles.
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Nothosauria
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Pacific Ocean (Multiple Locations)
Description of Blank Shot: N/A
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: Faces right.  Looks like a generic dino with no legs. 
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: Swims like a sea turtle in from the left with a school of 
	fish.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Blue water.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Probably ate fish and squid.  Found around Europe and Asia.  
	There are many species in the genus Nothosaurus.


Number: 7
Ornithosuchus - Bird Crocodile
This fierce predator is a Thecodont!  Thecodonts are the ancestors of both 
	Pterosaurs and Dinosaurs.
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Thecodontia
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Europe
Description of Blank Shot: Conifer Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: Left facing biped with an open mouth.
Ease of shot: Easy (7)
Description: Walks in from the right and makes a noise before walking off 
	the left pane.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A dirt clearing surrounded by trees.
Plants/Critters: Araucarioxylon, Cycadophyte, Dicytophyllum, Phlebopteris, 
	Todites

Real World: Fossils found in Scotland.  Probably went around on all fours, 
	but was capable of bipedal locomotion.


Number: 8
Cynognathus - Dog Jaw
This fierce predator is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Theraspid reptile.  
	Theraspids are the ancestors of modern mammals.
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Theraspida
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Bottom tip of Africa
Description of Blank Shot: Rain Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: Squat, left facing critter with a big head.
Ease of shot: Easy (7)
Description: Walks out from a log and chases a flying lizard to the left.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A forest with a fallen log.
Plants/Critters: Araucarioxylon, Cycadeoidea, Equisetites, Itopsidema

Real World: Found globally, including South Africa.  Probably had 
	whiskers.


Number: 9
Staurikosaurus - (Southern) Cross Lizard
This ancient flesh-eating Dinosaur is one of the earliest and most 
	primitive of all Dinosaurs.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Herrerasauria
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Western North America
Description of Blank Shot: Conifer Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A thin biped facing right with its mouth open.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: Two walk left to right.  Once stops to hiss.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: In front of a forest.
Plants/Critters: Araucarioxylon, Cycadeoidea, Itopsidema

Real World: Found in Brazil.  Slightly shorter than an average human.


Number: 10
Eudimorphodon - Good Two Kinds of Teeth
Eudimorphidon is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur ("Winged Lizard").  
	Pterosaurs and Dinosaurs are cousins.
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Right above the top part of Africa.
Description of Blank Shot: Tethys Sea
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A bird-like creature in mid-swoop.
Ease of shot: Easy (8)
Description: One cries and flies in from the left.  It swoops to the water 
	and disappears on the horizon.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: On a ocean horizon.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Found in several locations.  Name more likely refers to its 
	genuinely dimorphic teeth.


Number: 11
Heterodontosaurus - Different Teeth Lizard
This ancient Dinosaur has three different kinds of teeth.  It usually 
	walks on all fours, but it can also sprint on its hind legs.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopoda
Availability: Available when the game starts

Location: Inland Eurasia.
Description of Blank Shot: Mixed Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Triassic
Years ago: 218,000,000

Profile: A biped with a somewhat square head.
Ease of shot: Easy (7)
Description: Several walk by from right to left, calling.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A plain with some sparse trees, including a big 
	one in the foreground.
Plants/Critters: Dicytophyllum, Phlebopteris, Thinnfeldia, Todites, 
	Walchia

Real World: Found in South Africa.  Much smaller than an average human.


Next Available Set (Early Jurassic)

Number: 12
Megalosaurus - Great Lizard
This large flesh-eating Dinosaur has a huge head, very strong jaws, and 
	sharp, saw-edged teeth.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Early

Location: Middle East
Description of Blank Shot: Forest Clearing
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: Bipedal fellow with a big head, facing right.
Ease of shot: Easy (9), but hits you
Description: A big one runs in from the left, roaring, and hits you before 
	running away to the right.
Hits Cronosphere: Yes!

Description of Location: A green, roughly V-shaped area with some trees.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Bennettitalean, Itopsidema, 
	Macrotaeniopteris, Pseudofrenelopsis

Real World: Very large dino found almost 200 years ago in England.


Number: 13
Anchisaurus - Near Lizard
This Dinosaur is similar to Plateosaurus, but smaller.  Like other 
	Prosauropods, its thumbs end in large, curved claws.
Max Payment: 160
Clad: Prosauropoda
Availability: Early

Location: Eastern Canada
Description of Blank Shot: Floodplain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: A quadruped with a stout body.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: Comes in from the left, nibbles a tree, and runs off to the 
	right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A green area with lots of small plants.  There 
	are mountains and some water in the distance.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Dicroidium, Equisetites, Neocalamites, 
	Pseudofrenelopsis

Real World: Found in the US.  Shorter than an average person, but long.


Number: 14
Cetiosaurus - Whale Lizard
This enormous Dinosaur is one of the earliest Sauropods.  Like Other 
	Sauropods, its inner toes bear long, pointed claws.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Sauropoda
Availability: Early

Location: Western edge of Australia
Description of Blank Shot: Beach
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: A quadruped with a big body and tiny head.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: Comes in from the right and walks off the left.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A beach with prominent tracks.
Plants/Critters: Cycadeoidea, Dicroidium, Nilssonia, Otozamites

Real World: Positively huge dino found in England.


Number: 15
Plesiosaurus - Ribbon Lizard
Plesiosaurus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Plesiosaur.  Plesiosaurs are air-
	breathing marine reptiles, with flippers for legs.
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Plesiosauria
Availability: Early

Location: Pacific Ocean (Multiple Locations)
Description of Blank Shot: N/A
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: A body with long flippers and a big, square-shaped head.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: Swims in toward you and hits you before swerving to the left.
Hits Cronosphere: Yes!

Description of Location: Blue water.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Long creature whose name more likely means "near lizard".  It 
	is sort of ribbony, though the game makes it look more stout.  
	Found in Europe.


Number: 16
Ichthyosaurus - Fish Lizard
Ichthyosaurus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is an Ichthyosaur.  Ichthyosaurs are 
	born at sea, like modern day dolphins!
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Ichthyosauria
Availability: Early

Location: Pacific Ocean (Multiple Locations)
Description of Blank Shot: N/A
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: A body with long flippers and a big, square-shaped head.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: Swims from right to left in a school of colorful fish.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Blue water.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Found in Europe.  Believed to be viviparous (live-bearing).


Number: 17
Sinosaurus - Chinese Lizard
This ancient flesh-eating Dinosaur is one of the earliest and most 
	primitive of all Dinosaurs.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Herrerasauria
Availability: Early

Location: Northeastern Asia
Description of Blank Shot: Trackway
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: Generic biped facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Comes in from the left, eats some critter out of a bush, and 
	exits to the right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Trees along a dirt path, with a yellow-leaved 
	plant in the foreground.
Plants/Critters: Baiera, Ginkgo, Itopsidema, Sagenopteris

Real World: Not much is known about this dino because bits of the jaw and 
	teeth are all that was found in China.

Number: 18
Scutellosaurus - Small Shield Lizard
This early armored Dinosaur is covered with small plates of bone called 
	"scutes".  It may be the ancestor of Stegosaurus.
Max Payment: 128
Clad: Scelidosauria
Availability: Early

Location: Central America
Description of Blank Shot: Riverbank
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: Small dino with a long tail and ridges.  Faces left.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: Hops in from the right and poses on a log before exiting to
	the left.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Riverbank with a fallen tree along a path.
Plants/Critters: Dicroidium, Laccopteris, Macrotaeniopteris, Otozamites, 
	Williamsonia

Real World: Smallish dino found in the southwestern US.


Number: 19
Scelidosaurus - Limb Lizard
This ancient reptile is one of the first armored Dinosaur.  It may be 
	related to later Stegosaurs and Ankylosaurs.
Max Payment: 128
Clad: Scelidosauria
Availability: Early

Location: Eurasia
Description of Blank Shot: Plain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: Quadruped with a long tail covered in ridges.  Faces right.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: Groans in, chews, taps its foot, and exits to the right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Plain with a few trees.
Plants/Critters: Gingko, Ginkgophyte, Williamsonia

Real World: Its back is roughly average human height.  Found in England.


Number: 20
Dimorphodon - Two Kinds of Teeth
Dimorphodon is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur.  Dimorphidon has an 
	over-sized head and a long tail.
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Early

Location: Western Africa
Description of Blank Shot: Jungle Cliff
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 198,000,000

Profile: A bat-looking Pterosaur with a huge head, facing right.
Ease of shot: Easy (8)
Description: Runs in from the left and jumps off a cliff before flying off 
	to the right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A cliff face with some trees.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Gingkophyte, Itopsidema, Laccopteris, 
	Nilssonia

Real World: Smallish bird-type creature found in the UK and Mexico.


Next Set Available (Late Jurassic)

Number: 21
Allosaurus - Different Lizard
This enormous flesh-eating Dinosaur is the "lion" of the Late Jurassic.  
	Allosaurus often hunts in large packs.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Northern South America
Description of Blank Shot: Woods
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A biped with its large mouth open, facing left.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: Two run across the screen right to left, one roaring.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A greenish-yellow path with some trees.
Plants/Critters: Brachyphyllum, Cycae, Macrotaeniopteris, Otozomites, 
	Pinites

Real World: Primarily comes from North America in a variety of 
	large sizes.


Number: 22
Ceratosaurus - Horned Lizard
This large flesh-eating Dinosaur has a flat horn above its nose and eyes 
	and large, curved, flat teeth.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Northwestern Asia
Description of Blank Shot: Valley
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A long biped with a big head, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: Nasty fellow comes in from the left and catches some poor 
	little biped.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A greenish-yellow field with a few trees and 
	shrubs.
Plants/Critters: Cycadeoidea, Dicytozamites, Gingkophyte, Nilssonia, 
	Williamsonia

Real World:  A dinosaur with huge, sharp teeth and horns on its head, 
	found primarily in the Americas.


Number: 23
Archaeopteryx - Ancient Wing
This tiny Dinosaur has a long bony tail, clawed fingers and toes, and 
	sharp teeth. Archaeopteryx is the first known bird!
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Coelurosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: The coast off of the Middle East
Description of Blank Shot: Delta
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A bird in mid-flight, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: Flies in from the left to catch a bug.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A log with a lake in the background.
Plants/Critters: Coniopteris, Dicytophyllum, Macrotaeniopteris, 
	Sagenopteris, Taxodites

Real World: A small bird dinosaur found in Germany.  It is famous for its 
	controversial feathers.  I'd like to think it as colorful as the 
	game portrays.


Number: 24
Compsognathus - Pretty Jaw
This tiny, swift Dinosaur has short arms with clawed, two-fingered hands
	and long legs with clawed, three-toed feet.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Coelurosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Northern Europe
Description of Blank Shot: Sand Dune
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: Another small biped with a long tail, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Two run in from the right, chasing a lizard.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A desert with a few trees.
Plants/Critters: Brachyphyllum, Dicytozamites, Nilssonia, Podozamites, 
	Williamsonia

Real World: Poultry-sized specimens were found in Europe with lizard 
	skeletons in their guts.


Number: 25
Coelurus - Hollow Tail
This small, lightweight Dinosaur had three-toed feet and three-fingered 
	hands.  Its long fingers end in hooked claws.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Coelurosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Australia
Description of Blank Shot: Field
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: An erect biped with a longish neck, facing front-left.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Three cheetah-colored bipeds come in and eat a dead bluish 
	dino (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Some trees on some dirt, but the most central 
	feature is a dead dino with bones showing.
Plants/Critters: Dicytozamites, Macrotaeniopteris, Otozamites, Pinites, 
	Williamsoniella

Real World: Known from one partial skeleton from North America.  About 
	half average human height.  Thought to be fast and eat small prey, 
	like bugs.


Number: 26
Diplodocus - Double Beam
Like other Sauropods, Diplodocus swallows rocks!  The rocks are used to 
	grind up plants in its bird-like gizzard.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Sauropoda
Availability: Middle

Location: Greenland
Description of Blank Shot: Upland Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A quadruped with a long neck and a tiny head, facing right. 
Ease of shot: Hard (1)
Description: A big one and two little ones come in from the left and call 
	while shaking their heads (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A field with trees in the distance and some 
	shrubs, with a fallen log in the foreground.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Marattiopsis, Pinites, Todites

Real World: Huge animal with a very long neck.  It would probably have 
	maintained its neck and tail horizontal while at rest.  It would 
	probably need a very large heart (or two) to provide blood to its 
	head.  May not have actually swallowed stones for digestion.


Number: 27
Camarasaurus - Chambered Lizard
This enormous Dinosaur has hollow chambers in its spine.  Like other 
	Sauropods, it has a long neck and tail.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Sauropoda
Availability: Middle

Location: Middle of Asia
Description of Blank Shot: Upland Plain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A thick-bodied dino with a long neck and small, humped head, 
	facing left.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: Three walk from left to right, calling.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A yellow-green field with a worn path and some 
	trees.
Plants/Critters: Brachyphyllum, Cyathea, Cycadeoidea, Cycae, Pinites

Real World: Big North American dino.


Number: 28
Brachiosaurus - Arm Lizard
This enormous Dinosaur is built like a huge Giraffe!  Like other 
	Sauropods, it has a deep body and elephant-like limbs.
Max Payment:192
Clad: Sauropoda
Availability: Middle

Location: Alaska (Tip of North America)
Description of Blank Shot: Conifer Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A very tall quadraped, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: One walks by, calling.  It comes in from the right and is as 
	tall as the trees.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A field with a back row of trees and a shorter 
	row in the middle.  There is an opening in the middle.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Cyathea, Marattiopsis, Pinites, Taxites

Real World: Positively huge dino whose bones were found in the US.


Number: 29
vOpthalmosaurus - Eye Lizard
Opthalmosaurus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is an Ichthyosaur.  Opthalmosaurus 
	uses its four inch wide eyes to hunt at night!
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Ichthyosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Ocean (Multiple Locations)
Description of Blank Shot: N/A
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: Looks like a dolphin, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Two come in from the left, chasing some squid.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Blue water.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Believed to breath air and give birth to live pups tail first 
	(so they didn't drown).


Number: 30
Rhamphorhynchus - Curving Snout
Rhamphorhynchus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur.  Rhamphorhynchus has 
	a crooked snout and a long tail.
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Eastern South America/Southwestern Africa
Description of Blank Shot: Sea
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A flying creature with an open mouth and a ball on its tail, 
	facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Quickly flied in the from the left and nabs a fish.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Above some blue water, with some mountains on the 
	horizon.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: The spindly remains of this winged creature are found in 
	various continents, most notably Europe.


Number: 31
Pterodactylus - Winged Fingers
Pterodactylus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur.  Pterodactylus has a 
	short tail and very long, tweezer-like jaws.
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Tip of South America/Edge of Australia
Description of Blank Shot: Beach
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A winged critter with a long beak.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: Crawls in from the left, sticking its beak in the sand 
	(repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A grayish beach with trees.
Plants/Critters: Coniopteris, Laccopteris, Marattiopsis, Matonidium

Real World:  About the size of a large hawk.  First thought to be aquatic!


Number: 32
Pterodaustro - Winged Southern
Pterodaustro is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur.  Pterodaustro feed by 
	squeezing water through its sieve-like mouth!
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: Western coast of South America
Description of Blank Shot: Sea
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: Wings, tiny feet, and a huge, open mouth.  Faces left.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6) - bottom of screen changes slightly when it 
	will enter
Description: One flies in from the right and sticks its beak in the water 
	before exiting to the left.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Above open sea, with a few wispy clouds.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: May have been pink like a flamingo from eating small, aquatic 
	crustaceans.


Number: 33
Stegosaurus - Roof Lizard
This very large Dinosaur has two rows of bony plates on its back and long 
	spikes sticking out if its tail and shoulders.
Max Payment: 160
Clad: Stegosauria
Availability: Middle

Location: South-eastern Africa
Description of Blank Shot: Gingko Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: A plate-covered quadruped with a spiky tail, facing left.
Ease of shot: Hard (1)
Description: It comes in from the right and gets up on two legs to nibble 
	at a tree.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A dirt clearing viewed from between some trees.
Plants/Critters: Cycae, Gingko, Marattiopsis

Real World: Famous, large dino who has long been the subject of debate 
	(about plates, spike, etc).


Number: 34
Dryosaurus - Oak Lizard
This Dinosaur resembles Hypsilophodon bit is larger and has three-toed 
	feet.  Like other Ornithopods, it has a long, still tail.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopoda
Availability: Middle

Location: Central North America
Description of Blank Shot: Floodplain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Jurassic
Years ago: 154,000,000

Profile: Standard biped, facing left, with lots of fingers.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: Three run in from both sides and munch some green plants 
	(repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A brownish clearing with some small green plants.
Plants/Critters: Equisetites, Marattiopsis, Sagenopteris, Todites, 
	Williamsoniella

Real World: Only juveniles in North America have been found.  So named for 
	its teeth.


Next Set Available (Early Cretaceous)

Number: 35
Carnotaurus - Meat-Eating Bull
This large flesh-eating Dinosaur has flat horns above its eyes and a crest 
	on the back of its head.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Northern South America
Description of Blank Shot: Marsh
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: Biped with a very large head, facing front-left.
Ease of shot: Easy (8), but hits you
Description: Runs in from the rear right toward you.  Hits you, shakes its 
	head, and roars (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: Yes!

Description of Location: The edge of a bog with a few trees and 
	some water.
Plants/Critters: Cycadeoidea, Onychiopsis, Pinites, Taxodites

Real World: Not as large as some meat-eating dinos, with puzzling "horns" 
	on its head.  Probably would not have head-butted you.  Found in 
	South America.


Number: 36
Baryonyx - Heavy Claw
This Dinosaur has foot-long claws on its front feet and a long, crocodile-
	like head with twice the usual number of teeth.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Northern Europe
Description of Blank Shot: Riverbank
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A quadruped with a long head, facing left.
Ease of shot: Hard (1)
Description: Trots in from the right and catches fish (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A small waterfall with some rocks and trees.
Plants/Critters: Brachyphyllum, Laccopteris, Platanus, Podozamites

Real World: Found worldwide, with some specimens having fish scales in 
	their guts.


Number: 37
Archaeornithomimus - Ancient Bird Mimic
This small Ostrich-like Dinosaur has a toothless beak, and long arms.  
	Like other Ornithomimids, it can run 40 mph.
Max Payment: 128
Clad: Ornithomimosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: A bit east of the middle of Eurasia
Description of Blank Shot: Semi-arid Plain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: An ostrich-looking dino, facing right
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Two walk left to right, one stops to look for food.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A scrubby field with some trees in the foreground 
	and background, with mountains in the distance.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Cycadeoidea, Otozamites, Pseudocycas

Real World: Found in China.  Believed to be omnivorous.


Number: 38
Kronosaurus - Time Lizard
Kronosaurus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Plesiosaur.  Kronosaurus has the 
	largest skull of any flesh-eating Dinosaur!
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Plesiosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Multiple (best above around Australia)
Description of Blank Shot: N/A
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A body with paddle-fins and an open mouth, facing right.
Ease of shot: Hard (1)
Description: Swims in from the right and nabs some poor creature.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Blue water.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Big sea monster whose name refers to the Greek Titan, Kronos.


Number: 39
Pteranodon - Winged Toothless
Pteranodon is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur.  Pteranodon has long 
	wings and a large crest on the back of its head.
Max Payment: 64 (Really, usually 32)
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Northwestern Canada/Alaska
Description of Blank Shot: Sea
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A winged, crowned creature facing rear-right.
Ease of shot: Hard (2)
Description: Several fly in from both sides and exit to the left.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A blue horizon with some very faint mountains.
Plants/Critters: N/A

Real World: Males had larger crests on their heads.  Many have been found 
	in the US, some of which had fossilized fish bits in their guts. 


Number: 40
Quetzalcoatlus - Feathered Serpent
Quetzalcoatlus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Pterosaur.  Quetzalcoatlus is 
	the largest Pterosaur ever known!
Max Payment: 64
Clad: Pterosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Center of where Mexico meets the US
Description of Blank Shot: Seashore
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A bird-like thing resting on its wings, facing left with its head 
	elevated.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: Flies in from the left and swoops to eat whatever carrion that 
	is supposed to be (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Beach inlet with some trees and a dead... walrus?
Plants/Critters: Laccopteris, Matonnidium, Protopteris, Taxites, Tempskya

Real World: Huge winged creature whose diet and flight ability are under 
	controversy.  Not believed to have lived near the sea.


Number: 41
Sauropelta - Lizard Shield
This large, heavily armored Dinosaur has bands of bony plates on its back 
	and hips, and bony spines on its sides.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Ankylosauria
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Northern Canada
Description of Blank Shot: Trackway
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A bit like a tall turtle with spikes, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Walks in, right to left, and stops to crouch and shake its 
	spines.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A field with a worn path and some trees.  Lots of 
	vegetation.
Plants/Critters: Cycadeoidea, Laccopteris, Quercus, Sequoites, 
	Williamsoniella

Real World: Was a medium size, a bit shorter on all fours than an average 
	human.  Found in America and believed to eat plants.


Number: 42
Hypsilophodon - High Ridged Tooth
This Dinosaur has a small head with large eyes.  Like other Ornithopods, 
	it can sprint rapidly to avoid danger.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopoda
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Northern Antartica
Description of Blank Shot: Conifer Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A running biped with an open mouth, heading left.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: A small pack run right to left, calling.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Snow!
Plants/Critters: Gleichenites, Pinites, Podozamites, Sagenopteris, Taxites

Real World: A small biped found in Europe.  Lived in herds.


Number: 43
Iguanodon - Iguana Tooth
The large, bulky Dinosaur has spikes on each thumb.  Like other 
	Ornithopods, it has sharp teeth and large cheek pouches.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopoda
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Eastern North America
Description of Blank Shot: Conifer Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A stout quadruped, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Enters from the left and eats from tree leaves (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: The sandy edge of a forest.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Brachyphyllum, Sequoites, Tempskya

Real World: Possibly prehensile.  Found worldwide.


Number: 44
Camptosaurus - Bent Lizard
This medium-sized Dinosaur resembles Hypsilophodon, but is heavier and has 
	spiky thumb claws like Iguanadon.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopoda
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Eastern Australia
Description of Blank Shot: Valley
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: Generic quadruped with a rounded back, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Comes from behind a rock, trumpets, and exits left.  Very 
	colorful.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A field with a rock in the foreground and a river 
	to the back.
Plants/Critters: Brachyphyllum, Cycadeoidea, Onychiopsis, Pinites, 
	Protopteris

Real World: Had to be renamed because of a bug.  Medium-sized and found in 
	the US and UK.


Number: 45
Psittacosaurus - Parrot Lizard
This small Dinosaur is one of the earliest Ceratopsia.  It has a long, 
	deep, parrot-like beak and bony cheek hornlets.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Ceratopsia
Availability: Late Middle

Location: Southeastern China
Description of Blank Shot: Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Early
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 120,000,000

Profile: A biped with a big head, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium (5)
Description: Enters from the right and eats some small tree-things 
	(repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A field with some trees and a nest of
	broken eggs.
Plants/Critters: Ginkgo, Otozamites, Protopteris, Pseudocycas, William

Real World: Small fellow from Eurasia.  Its head looked a bit like that of 
	a turtle.


Net set available (Late Cretaceous)

Number: 46
Tyrannosaurus - Tyrant Lizard
This enormous, fast moving Dinosaur has jaws large enough to swallow a 
	human being in a single gulp!
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Western Asia/Eastern Europe
Description of Blank Shot: Cattail Marsh
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: Big head, tiny claws, facing left.
Ease of shot: Hard (1)
Description: Enters from the right and faces you, roaring.  Scary, but 
	won't hit you.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: The edge of a field with some coral eggs in the 
	middle and a tree to the left.  Frogs calling.
Plants/Critters: Ilex, Typha

Real World: This huge character may have been a scavenger or a hunter.  
	Much debate surrounds it, involving soft tissue and feathers.


Number: 47
Spinosaurus - Thorn Lizard
This enormous flesh-eating Dinosaur has a large skin-sail on its back and 
	a crocodile-like lower jaw and teeth.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Carnosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Southwestern African Coast
Description of Blank Shot: Delta
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: Dino with a huge back, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Enter from the left, roars, and then completely ruins its 
	coolness by jumping off the right screen like a frog!
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A desert oasis, with sand and a river surrounded 
	by trees.
Plants/Critters: Equisetites, Pandanus, Sabal, Sabalites, Salix

Real World: The sail of this huge dino is controversial.  Probably 
	a biped.


Number: 48
Garudimimus - Garuda (Bird) Mimic
This small, speedy Ostrich-like Dinosaur has a brow hornlet, and shorter 
	toes that other Ornithomimids.
Max Payment: 128
Clad: Ornithomimosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Northeastern Asia
Description of Blank Shot: Lakeshore
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: An ostrich-looking bird, facing left, with a hump on its head.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: A green and white striped pair move from the right and exit 
	behind some rocks.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: Near a river with some trees and a big rock on 
	the left.
Plants/Critters: Araucarites, Betula, Populus, Rosa, Sequoites, 

Real World: Known from one specimen found in Asia.


Number: 49
Velociraptor - Quick Thief
This Dinosaur is one of the fastest, most savage predators of all time!  
	Each foot bears a huge, deadly, sickle-shaped claw!
Max Payment: 160
Clad: Deinonychosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Northeastern central Eurasia
Description of Blank Shot: Arid Plain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A biped running right, with an open mouth.
Ease of shot: Hard (2)
Description: A pair run left to right and attack something offscreen.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A rocky, dry riverbed with some scraggly trees.
Plants/Critters: Pandanus, Sabal, Sabalites, Salix

Real World: It was turkey-sized and covered in feathers, probably to the 
	disappointment of school kids and moviegoers everywhere.  Quite a 
	few have been found in Asia.


Number: 50
Oviraptor - Egg Thief
This small, bird-like Dinosaur has a strong, toothless beak and two small, 
	pointed teeth in the roof of its mouth.
Max Payment: 128
Clad: Oviraptorosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Oceanic Island (actually India, between Australia and Africa)
Description of Blank Shot: Floodplain Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A leggy biped with a hump head, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4) - sound changes slightly when it will enter
Description: Enters from the left, eats an egg, exits right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A plain with some eggs in the foreground and a 
	volcano in the background.
Plants/Critters: Ginkgo, Protopteris

Real World: Discovered on eggs, and assumed to be an egg-eater.  Later, 
	the eggs were found to be Oviraptor eggs, and it was brooding its 
	own nest.  Sad story.  Also, it had feathers.


Number: 51
Segnosaurus - Slow Lizard
This strange, flesh-eating Dinosaur has a light body and a narrow, 
	toothless beak.  Its four-toed feet end in long claws.
Max Payment: 160
Clad: Segnosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Western Canadian coast
Description of Blank Shot: Tidal Flats
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A generic biped with a pretty long neck, facing left.
Ease of shot: Hard (1) - sound changes slightly when it will enter
Description: Enters from the right and drinks (repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: The edge of some water with a volcano in the 
	background.
Plants/Critters: Abies, Gleichenites, Passiflora, Pinites, Rosa

Real World: May have eaten plants.  Asian dino that probably was usually a 
	quadruped.


Number: 52
Saltasaurus - Salta Lizard
This large Dinosaur has bony plates protecting its back.  Like other 
	Sauropods, it has five-toed, spreading feet.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Sauropoda
Availability: Last

Location: Western Africa (default location)
Description of Blank Shot: Coastal Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A long-necked quadruped, facing right.
Ease of shot: Hard (1)
Description: Three enter left, exit right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A green field with trees, flowers, and nest 
	remnants.
Plants/Critters: Ficus, Passiflora, Protopteris, Saxifraga, Taxodites

Real World: Lived in South America.  Had plated skin.


Number: 53
Elasmosaurus - Plate Lizard
Elasmosaurus is NOT a Dinosaur.  It is a Plesiosaur.  Plesiosaurs "fly" 
	through the water like modern day penguins.
Max Payment: 32
Clad: Plesiosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Gulf of Mexico
Description of Blank Shot: Sea
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: Long-necked Nessie, facing right.
Ease of shot: Hard (2)
Description: Enters from the left and eats some weeds before leaving.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A split-level view with some seaweed
Plants/Critters: Kelp

Real World: Some figure it could not have raised its neck above water 
	without resting its body on the ground.  Some believe it cared for 
	its young.  Some think it ate pebbles for digestion.  Who knows, 
	really.  We do know it's big.


Number: 54
Pachycephalosaurus - Thick Headed Lizard
This large Dinosaur has bony bumps behind each eye and a thick, bony skill 
	used in contests against rival males.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Pachycephalosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Southwestern Asian Coast
Description of Blank Shot: Redwood Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A hump-headed biped, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium-easy (6)
Description: The one that enters from the right headbutts the one entering 
	from the left right off the screen!
Hits Cronosphere: No
Description of Location: A weedy forest edge with some flowers and huge 
	tree trunks.
Plants/Critters: Abies, Calluna, Rosa, Vitis, Sequoites

Real World: Roughly as tall as a human, but much longer.  Possibly butted
	each others sides with their heads, but did not butt heads.


Number: 55
Ankylosaurus - Fused Lizard
This large, heavily armored Dinosaur is sometimes called a "living tank".  
	Its tail ends in a huge bony club.
Max Payment: 192
Clad: Ankylosauria
Availability: Last

Location: Central Australis
Description of Blank Shot: Riverbank
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: Looks like a snapping turtle with a ball-tail, facing left.
Ease of shot: Easy (9), but hits you!
Description: Enters from the left and hits you with its tail before exiting 
	to the right.
Hits Cronosphere: Yes!

Description of Location: A riverside with some pretty reflected trees.
Plants/Critters: Abies, Betula, Osmundites, Populus, Vitis


Real World: Found mainly in North America.  Relatively large.


Number: 56
Thescelosaurus - Wonderful Lizard
This medium-sized Dinosaur has rows of bony studs down its back.  Like all 
	early Ornithopods, it has five-fingered hands.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopodia
Availability: Last

Location: Greenland, above North America
Description of Blank Shot: Hardwood Forest
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A biped with an open mouth, headed left.
Ease of shot: 
Description: Three run left to right.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A green forest edge with some flowers.
Plants/Critters: Calluna, Cornus, Platanus, Quercus, Saxifraga

Real World: Roughly as tall as an average human, but much longer.  One of 
	the last dinos.  Found in the US.


Number: 57
Parasaurolophus - Next To Ridged Lizard
This very large Dinosaur is similar to a Maisaura but has a shorter snout 
	and a long hollow, bony head crest.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopda
Availability: Last

Location: Central South America
Description of Blank Shot: Upland Plain
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A round-backed, crested dino, facing right.
Ease of shot: Medium-hard (4)
Description: Enters from the left, trumpets, and exits.
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A field with some trees, and very distant lake 
	and mountains.
Plants/Critters: Osmundites, Protopteris, Pseudocycas, Williamsonia, 
	Williamsoniella

Real World: Was very large, and had a lot of teeth.  Found in 
	the Americas.


Number: 58
Maisaura - Good Mother Lizard (Note - this is a typo, it is actually 
	"Maiasaura")
This very large "duck-billed" Dinosaur has a broad, flat, toothless beak 
	similar to that of a modern duck.
Max Payment: 96
Clad: Ornithopoda
Availability: Last

Location: Northern South America
Description of Blank Shot: Nesting Grounds
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: A stout quadruped facing right.
Ease of shot: Easy (8) - you can hear it before you can see it
Description: Two climb up an embankment and greet their babies - awwww! 
	(repeats).
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A nest with babies and some yellow grass.
Plants/Critters: Araliopsoides, Calluna, Osmundites, Protopteris

Real World: Parents took good care of their babies.  Babies were cute, in 
	theory to cause adults to want to care for them.  Evidence suggests 
	parents fed their young, who stayed in the nest for at least a 
	year.


Number: 59
Protoceratops - First Horned Face
This Dinosaur resembled Triceratops, but is much smaller and has bumps 
	instead of long horns.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Cerotopsia
Availability: Last

Location: Central Eurasia
Description of Blank Shot: Desert Oasis
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: Looks like a blob with legs and a beak, facing right.
Ease of shot: Hard (3)
Description: Two parents enter from the right and meet up with some babies.  
	Too cute! (repeats)
Hits Cronosphere: No

Description of Location: A desert with a distant oasis.
Plants/Critters: Ficus, Pandanus, Sabalites

Real World: This small dino has been the subject of confusion.  Found in 
	Asia alongside Velociraptor.


Number: 60
Triceratops - Three Horned Face
This very large Dinosaur has a bony neck frill, a short nose horn and two 
	long, sharp brow horns.
Max Payment: 224
Clad: Ceratopsia
Availability: Last

Location: North-central Canada
Description of Blank Shot: Cypress Swamp
Era: Mesozoic
Epoch: Late
Period: Cretaceous
Years ago: 80,000,000

Profile: Classic three-horned dino with a frilled neck, facing left.
Ease of shot: Medium (5), but hits you!
Description: Two run past in the distance, than a third runs on the screen 
	from the right and hits you before heading off.
Hits Cronosphere: Yes!

Description of Location: A forest clearing with dark substrate.
Plants/Critters: Ginkgo, Rosa, Taxodites, Vitis

Real World: Controversial North American dino.  It's famous, despite there 
	never having been a complete skeleton found.  Perhaps was the a
	young Torosaurus.

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