In the southwestern Indian Ocean, there is an island called Madagascar, which is the fourth largest island in the world. The entire island is composed of volcanic rocks. The rivers in the territory are vertical and horizontal. They are injected into the Indian Ocean and the southeast of the Mozambique Strait. The coast is warm all year round, and its middle is mild and cool. There are four distinct seasons in the west, so the island’s wildlife resources are very rich, and many strange animals.
Xunjun Skull Dragon was discovered in this beautiful island nation. It is a large predator belonging to the class of Abelidosaurus. It can reach 9 meters in length. Its skull is very thick, and it has a hollow structure to facilitate strenuous exercise. Shock and pressure on the brain are relieved from time to time. There are short, thick horns on the forehead, and sharp teeth in the upper and lower jaw, which makes people shudder.
The neck muscles are very developed due to the connection head. After biting the prey, the Junjun Skull Dragon will not be disjointed even if it is severely torn. It has a thick chest and a strong torso. The entire body is very majestic and strong. Its forelimbs are very short and only serve as a basic fixed prey. Its hind legs are very strong and support its huge body. In the Cretaceous period, Madagascar was located north of the island, covered by desert, and had a harsh environment.
Xuanjun craniosaurus feeds on sauropod phytophagous dinosaurs. Although its strength is great, but its running speed is not fast, and males may be slower. Then it is not difficult for them to have unique predation. In fact, it is not true for life. For the prey in the desert, they don’t need to be too fast, because there are not many places to avoid, and it is difficult for the prey to escape its pursuit.
Female pheasant skull dragons are slightly less powerful than males, which is rare in theropod dinosaurs. In addition, male pheasant skull dragons have a chicken-crest-like structure and are likely to show off to females. At the same time, because The environment is harsh, and food is often inadequate. Facing this situation, Junjun Skull Dragon even preyed on the same kind, and scientists also made similar bite marks on its fossils. Xunjun craniosaurus not only eats similar dinosaurs, the same tooth marks are also found on the pelvis of sauropod dinosaurs. For the sake of rigor, paleontologists have carefully checked the groove caused by carnivorous beetles on the bones of dinosaurs. Dead beetles dig into bones to form pupae under dry conditions, but no results are found. It is worth mentioning that the determination of male and female dinosaurs in the scientific community has always been a difficult point. We can only analyze and judge based on the characteristics of different fossils of the same dinosaur. For example, some monarch skull fossils have the structure of a chicken crown. We speculate it male.