Cecelia spent her first couple months as a hatchling in China before arriving in Evansville. Her favorite activities include taking long naps, eating palm plants, and romping with her dino kennelmates at Feller Express. She also loves to wear headbands with flowers and bows. Triceratops can be easily identified by their unique frill, three horns, and massive size. When Cecelia is fully grown, she will be up to 10 feet tall, 30 feet long, and weigh as much as 26,000 pounds. Although triceratops are a common snack for carnivores, our team of Rangers keeps a close watch over the herd to prevent any dangerous altercations.
Takoda was one of the few male pteranodons in his clutch. He spent his first couple months with his sibling hatchlings in China before moving to Evansville. Because of his age and small size, he cannot fly yet; however, he still tries to flap his wings to practice. Takoda's favorite foods include fish tacos and crabcakes. His crest serves several purposes: it counter-balances the weight of his beak; acts as a rudder during flight; and will attract a mate when he matures. Unlike the rest of the infants at Feller Express, Takoda is a flying reptile, not a dinosaur. As a full grown male pteranodon, Takoda's wingspan will stretch up to 20 feet, and he will be able to glide on the winds at speeds around 50 MPH.
Dolly's front limbs are slightly shorter than her back limbs, which is standard for diplodocus and opposite of the well-known brachiosaurus dinosaurs. Her long tail may have been used like a whip to fend off predators. When she is romping with her kennelmates, you can catch Dolly trying to bop them with her tail. Unfortunately, because of her small brain-size, Dolly will be unable to learn many tricks, but she can still enjoy the affection of back- and head-rubs from her fans. When Dolly matures, she may be as long as 175 feet from the tip of her nose to the end of her tail.
Dinosaurus is our semi-aquatic dinosaur, a spinosaurus. Though he is young, he is super feisty, and enjoys antagonizing his siblings and big brother Beaux. The Rangers at Feller Express have had a difficult time training this one. Dino will be one of the tallest dinosaurs at Feller Express, reaching heights up to 23' and weighing up to 22 tons. His straight, cone-like teeth indicate the type of diet he prefers: fresh fish pulled straight from the water. Spinosaurus dinosaurs were especially smart and considered "apex predators," which is why you may see Dino trying to challenge his big brother Beaux. We're all convinced Dino's teenage years will be fantastic.
Apollo arrived in Evansville after his initial breeding and creation in England. Feller Express didn't originally plan on adopting an apatosaurus, but Apollo needed a home and would be welcome in our herd. Although he's only a 12-week-old fledgling, Apollo will weigh up to 45 tons and will be close to 75 feet long as an adult. As for his diet, he has an unquenchable appetite and eats what he can reach, including our decorative leafy office plants. We're already trying to budget for his adult life when he will need up to 880 pounds of food each day. His gut microbes help him digest his diet of supergreens, and he is our little "tooter-polluter." He's already bonded with big sister Dolly as fellow Jurassic sauropods.
Stedman is our armored herbivore dinosaur, a stegosaurus. Recognizable by his tall plates on his back and spike-tipped tail, Stedman represents a living tank from the Late Jurassic period. Stedman is most excited by and motivated by food, and our rangers struggle to satisfy his unquenching hunger. As a full grown steggie, Stedman will be up to 30 feet long and up to 6800 pounds. Beware his tongue! If he really likes the snacks you're feeding him, he will lick you on the hand.
Dicy was specially bred in England for our herd, and she will be among the smallest in the herd as a full-grown adult. Dimorphodons are small flying reptiles from the early Jurassic Period. She will grow to be only 3 feet long with a 4.5 foot wingspan. Because of her young age, Dicy must be fed back at the paddock, a diet consisting of pureed insects and fish. Dicy looks to her big brother Takoda for guidance and generally stays perched on a Ranger's hand with a security leash. She is fast and small, making her a delicate asset. She loves climbing around the aviary and gliding from tree to tree.
Drake is our head-butting dracorex from Acapulco. Playful yet stubborn, Drake is closely related to pachycephalosaurus from the Cretaceous Period. Instead of the notable dome head of a pachy, Drake has frills and spikes, giving him a dragon-like appearance. Although he appears aggressive, Drake is in fact an herbivore, and loves salad even without dressing. As a full-grown dinosaur, Drake will be roughly 4 feet tall and 10 feet long.
Fera Mae is our lovable parasaurolophus from Mexico. Fera Mae alternates from walking on her hind legs and on all four legs, depending on her speed and the terrain. Recognizable by her curved crest, Fera uses this like a flute to call out to her fellow herdmates. Fera Mae loves a good spinach leaf but also has an affinity for nibbling at fluffy hair. She will be one of our larger bipedal dinosaurs with a length of up to 36 feet and mass of up to 8,000 pounds.
Penelope was specially bred in China for our herd, and she is our only prehistoric aquatic reptile, a plesiosaur. She is recognizable by her four paddle limbs and her nubby tail and an endearing underbite. She does breathe air, so this allows our Rangers to carry her outside of water for events. Even when she is in her tank, she does not dive deep into the water, and she grazes on plants, krill, and small fish. She loves to splash in baby pools or at water tables. She will grow up to 50 feet long and weigh nearly 100,000 pounds. We're gonna need a bigger tank.
Soleado is our first prehistoric mammal. From the Pleistocene Era around 800,000 years ago, smilodons (saber tooth cats) are carnivores recognizable by their elongated canine teeth. Although Sol is just a kitten, he will grow to be a sizable predator with a length around 70 inches and a muscular frame of up to 600 pounds. His new herd family has been working to get used to his meows at 3AM for late night feedings of formula and kitten chow. But with a name like "Sunny" it's hard to stay mad at this Ice Age baby.
Dennis is our spitting dilophosaurus from Mexico. As a theropod, Dennis walks on two legs and eats meat. He has a recognizable double crest on his head, and sometimes will display his colorful frill to ward off who he thinks are predators. Dennis loves typical plush toys but truly favors a good, fresh stick. Dennis will grow to be a little over 20 feet.
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