Any of a number of bird-like lizards, often found on โ€œlost worldโ€ planes (or dreaded jungle islands).


  • Allosaurus: Two-legged dinosaur, 15โ€™ tall, with large jaws and dagger-like teeth.
  • Ankylosaurus: Four-legged, herbivorous dinosaur, 15โ€™ long and 4โ€™ tall (at the shoulder), with thick, bony armor and a massive, spiked-club-like tail.
  • Brontosaurus: Massive, four-legged, herbivorous dinosaur, 70โ€™+ long and weighing 30+ tons, with a (relatively) small head, long neck, and powerful tapering tail.
  • Dimetrodon: Four-legged dinosaur, 10โ€™ long, with a โ€œsailโ€ of bony spines and skin webbing on its back.
  • Plesiosaurus: Lake-dwelling dinosaur, 40โ€™+ long, with a long neck, snake-like head, and 4 flippers.
  • Pterodactyl: Predatory, winged dinosaur with an 8-10โ€™ wingspan, and which typically preys on small or medium animals (unless very hungry).
  • Pteranodon: Aggressive, winged dinosaur with a wingspan of up to 50โ€™, and which often preys on humanoids.
  • Triceratops: Four-legged, herbivorous dinosaur, 40โ€™ long and 12โ€™ high (at the shoulder), with a protective bone crest and three long horns on its head.
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex: Two-legged dinosaur, 20โ€™+ tall, with enormous jaws and small arms that preys on animal of human size or bigger.