Skull Island theropod
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These theropods are very large predatory dinosaurs, towering over humans, covered with small orange scales and a row of spines going down their back and tail. They possess big heads with long mandibles and small eyes, as well as slender arms with three clawed fingers. These predators also sport long muscular legs and a serpentine tail.
After a marine reptile tipped the Tagu's boat, some of the passengers made it to shore. They thought they were safe from the monsters in the water, only to be attacked by a pack of theropods. However, a Kong called Tul arrived and fought the dinosaurs off.
A pair of theropods preyed on some of the Tagu that managed to arrive on Skull Island.
A pack of theropods attacked some humans during the seige of Skull Island. An Atu Kong trainer named Gret sent two of his Kongs to attack them head on. After a fierce battle, a badly injured female Kong tacked the remaining individuals off of an ocean cliff and into the mouth of a marine reptile. Some time later, another pack of theropods attacked the Tagu's fortress, but where quickly dispatched by various Atu Kongs.
As some Kongs returned from hunting in the jungle, they brought many theropod carcasses. Later, a smaller theropod attacks a pair of Atu, but was quickly killed by human warriors.
A pack of theropods stalked an Atu caravan, but at the last moment Valla arrived and defeats them.
Various theropods were seen battling against other dinosaurs inside the Citadel after the scent Aguul and his army had been putting out sent these creatures into a murderous rampage.
These dinosaurs are relatively powerful, being able to stand their own against other bulkier dinosaurs such as a Triceratops.
Because of their relatively lanky build, these theropods are extremely fast and agile, able to outrun and outmaneuver most creatures they fight against.
Despite their intense aggression, these predators are fragile compared to stronger and more muscular creatures like the Kongs.
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