The animatronic tidal dragon in the animatronic dinosaur belongs to the Titanosaur class. Little is known about tidal dragon animatronic, so it is difficult to estimate the correct size of tidal dragon. However, limited fossils show that the tidal dragon is one of the largest dinosaurs found. There are currently three tidal dragons, the largest one is 7 meters long and the smallest one is 3.5 meters long. The weight is estimated to be 60-80 metric tons. . The tide dragon is estimated to be about 26 meters long. The tidal dragon has a wide posture, and the body may have defensive skin-derived osteogenic tidal dragons that may be preyed by large predators, such as shark-toothed dragons. Tidal dragons were found in Egypt in North Africa. The Sahara was not a desert, but a seashore. Here the sea is at high tide and the land is at low tide.
The sea water is salty. Generally, land plants cannot grow here, but mangrove forests like this kind of place. Coupled with the hot climate at that time, the mangroves grew fast enough to feed the dinosaurs. There are larger carnivorous dinosaurs here, and naturally there are plant-eating dinosaurs that feed them. The geologist at the University of Munich, Stremmerer, first found several carnivorous dinosaur fossils here, including a giant shark tooth dragon.
Because few dinosaur fossils were found in Africa, and relatively few dinosaur fossils were found during the Cretaceous period. Now it seems that this environment is so conducive to the survival of dinosaurs. The dinosaur fossil of the tidal dragon is a juvenile dinosaur. With a long neck and tail, it looks a bit like a hidden dragon. These unearthed dinosaur fossils have only about 20% remaining. The Bahalian oasis where the tidal dragon skeleton fossils are found. The sedimentary rocks are finely textured and full of plant debris. The dry, hairless Bahalia used to be a tropical mangrove land similar to Florida, plus the fossils of ground fish, sharks, turtles, marine reptiles, and other dinosaurs were found at the same time. Dinosaurs show that this area must have been vibrant in the past.