Also known as “hell-pigs”, though they were related more closely to hippos and whales than to pigs, Entelodonts were huge pig-like animals that lived during the Eocene-Miocene and appeared to have been one of the largest and most formidable land predators and/or scavengers alive at the time. They were omnivores, mostly, but judging by the massive design of their jaws it’s fairly obvious that they would have tackled large prey as well as plant matter. It is thought that they would have preyed on animals as large as Eporeodon, which grew to the size of a cow. And apparently some Entelodonts, such as Archaeotherium, have been discovered to have hoarded or cached their food- with the discovery of a cache of several early camels. They were so successful that they existed on this planet for approximately 21 million years.

The largest was horse-sized Daeodon, which could have weighed up to 930lbs and stood at around 6.9 feet tall.

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Playable Animal(s): Acrocanthosaurus, Alamosaurus, Allosaurus, Ampleosaurus, Carcharadontosaurus, Carnotaurus, Ceratosaurus, Cryophosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Gallimimus, Gigantosaurus, Hylaeosaurus, Megalosaurus, Iguanodon, Pachycephalosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Spinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Suchomimus, Therizinosaurus, Triceratops, T-Rex, Tyrannotitan, Utahraptor, Velociraptor, Megalodon, Mosasaurus, Temnodontosaurus, Sarcosuchus, Kelenken, Pteranodon, Entelodont
Features: Customization, park building, different perspectives, etc
Platform: PC

At the core, Mesozoica is shaping up to be a prehistoric theme park simulator in which players can restore and care for a variety of extinct species. However, it will also implement multiple perspectives, including the option for users to play as their park creatures.

Do you think dinosaurs existed in the dragon age universe? like real dinosaurs, not just ancient dragons and sometimes they would find the fossilized remains and THINK it was a dragon? Like when they were first discovered in China and the Farmer believed he had found the spine of a dragon?

I’m not even just sleep deprived talking, I’m legit.

Do you suppose they never truly figure out that these rocks that look like bones are not dragons but the remains of a time long gone? And they display them AS dragons but it’s not a dragon because that’s a fucking Tyrannosaurus skull?

I mean there had to be a time before the blights, before people. They can’t just appear out of the blue, so it’s not even just dinosaurs, they find remains of the large mammals that took over after, like Entelodont or even primitive hominids.

but they don’t know what they are yet they seem strangely familiar, so the Chantry keeps them secret till more are found