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Fallow Earth: Dwarf Asian River serpent  by Dinoal188 Fallow Earth: Dwarf Asian River serpent  by Dinoal188
Archaeonectrus Flumine P., or more commonly known as the Dwarf Asian River serpent, is a six foot long plesiosaur, which has taken over and filled the niche that a crocodillian would have on environment.
Present in the small rivers, streams, and swamps of south Asia. Altough ferocious, the Archaeonectrus Flumine P., is puny to its much more larger, and cumber some, Archaeonectrus Lacus, or the Asian pond serpent. Along with that, unlike most plesiosaurs, Archaeonectrus Flumine P., has an extremely powerful bite force of up to 3,000 psi, the reason for this is from the help of a strong sturdy jaw, and short, stuby, bonecrushing teeth.

Their diet consists of small to medium sized mammals, large birds, fish, and medium sized reptiles. Their mannerisms are that they are an ambush preditor, leing in wait for their next meal, weither it be a crane, wild boar, or you.
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yoshiedude Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2016
hey whens the next podcast going   to be
Dinoal188 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If you just want to have one were It's private and we can just talk I'm free this weekend.
Dinoal188 Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Markiplier's Epic Dance! 50x50 Gif  I don't know..
BrunoCreator Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2016  Hobbyist
I like the idea, but the fins are too close to each other. And also, a powerfull bite seems more like a pliosaur than a plesiosaur (Pliosaurs are the stronger and bulkier cousins of plesiosaurs)
Dinoal188 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 9, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I see were you are coming at, but for the most part, I kind of just took the skeleton of a elasmosaurus, bulked up the jaw, lengthened the tail and shortened the body, so that's why it may seem a little compressed. And yeah, the strong jaw is defiantly an attribute of a pliosaur, but since I wanted it to fill the niche of a crocodilian, I just threw it in there.
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