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Question 1

QuizApatosaurus
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D Apatosaurus means Deceptive Lizard

Question 2

QuizNodosaurus
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False Nodosaurus does NOT have a club at the end of its tail

Question 3

QuizLegendary
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C Indominus Rex is Legendary. (Tyrannosaurus rex is Epic and Velociraptor is Common)

Question 4

QuizBaryonyxRarity
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B Baryonyx is an Epic Creature

Question 5

DimetrodonEraQuiz
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A Dimetrodon lived during the Permian period.

Question 6

IrritatorNameTFQuiz
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True! While it's a bit of a tricky question, the elongated snout is indirectly the reason for the name. Irritator was named because of how irritating it was for the team to clean up and restore the fossil after carefully removing the artificially elongated areas.

Question 7

PyrritatorRarityQuiz
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C Pyrritator is a Legendary creature.

Question 8

WhichIsAnkylosaurusQuiz
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C This is Ankylosaurus GEN 2

Question 9

WhereArgentinosaurusQuiz
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B Argentinosaurus was discovered in Argentina, as the name implies.

Question 10

QuizGigapikasaurIngredients
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Amargasaurus Amargasaurus fuses with Nodopatosaurus (which is Apatosaurus + Nodosaurus) to create Gigaspikasaur.

Question 11

DracorexQuiz
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A Dracorex was found in North America

Question 12

QuizOrnithomimusNameMeaning
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C Ornithomimus means "Bird Mimic"

Question 13

QuizWhichGEN2isRarerThanItsCounterpart
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A Diplocaulus GEN 2 is the answer as it is Rare while its counterpart Diplocaulus is Common. (Koolasuchus GEN 2 is also rare, but its counterpart Koolasuchus is Epic which makes the GEN 2 less rare.)

Question 14

QuizKentroKoolaAbilities
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B Koolasuchus is the creature that possesses this moveset.

Question 15

QuizWhichCarnivoreWasBigger
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B It may seem like a trick question, but Tyrannosaurus rex is indeed the bigger of the three. However, on closer inspection, we seem to be looking at the GEN 2 variant of T.rex. Is it also bigger? Hmm... Without further information, we can't say for sure.