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Battle Class: Gold

Diet: Crustaceavore

Elasmosaurus (/ɪˌlæzməˈsɔːrəs, -moʊ-/;) is a genus of plesiosaur that lived in North America during the Campanian stage of the Late Cretaceous period, about 80.5 million years ago. The first specimen was discovered in 1867 near Fort Wallace, Kansas, and was sent to the American paleontologist Edward Drinker Cope, who named it E. platyurus in 1868. The generic name means "thin-plate reptile", and the specific name means "flat-tailed". Cope originally reconstructed the skeleton of Elasmosaurus with the skull at the end of the tail, an error which was made light of by the paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh, and became part of their "Bone Wars" rivalry. Only one incomplete Elasmosaurus skeleton is definitely known, consisting of a fragmentary skull, the spine, and the pectoral and pelvic girdles, and a single species is recognized today; other species are now considered invalid or have been moved to other genera.

Measuring 10.3 meters (34 ft) long, Elasmosaurus would have had a streamlined body with paddle-like limbs, a short tail, a small head, and an extremely long neck. The neck alone was around 7.1 meters (23 ft) long. Along with its relative Albertonectes, it was one of the longest-necked animals to have lived, with the largest number of neck vertebrae known, 72. The skull would have been slender and triangular, with large, fang-like teeth at the front, and smaller teeth towards the back. It had six teeth in each premaxilla of the upper jaw, and may have had 14 teeth in the maxilla and 19 in the dentary of the lower jaw. Most of the neck vertebrae were compressed sideways, and bore a longitudinal crest or keel along the sides.

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The family Elasmosauridae was based on the genus Elasmosaurus, the first recognized member of this group of long-necked plesiosaurs. Elasmosaurids were well adapted for aquatic life, and used their flippers for swimming. Contrary to earlier depictions, their necks were not very flexible, and could not be held high above the water surface. It is unknown what their long necks were used for, but they may have had a function in feeding. Elasmosaurids probably ate small fish and marine invertebrates, seizing them with their long teeth, and may have used gastroliths (stomach stones) to help digest their food. Elasmosaurus is known from the Pierre Shale formation, which represents marine deposits from the Western Interior Seaway.

It is also one of the last of the aquatic reptiles to ever exist.

Some people speculate that the cryptid "Nessie" or "The Loch Ness Monster" is actually a surving species of Plesiosaur.


Information

Cost and Time to Hatch
Availability Limited
DNA Research 15,000 x10
Placement Cost 196,850 Coins
Incubation Time 6:02:59
XP 1,968 + 4 x 1,452
Dimensions 9x9

Initial Message: More than 70 cervical vertebrae composed the Elasmosaurus' neck, which is 10 times more than a giraffe.

First Evolution Message: The neck of the Elasmosaurus was half the size of the creature total length.

Second Evolution Message: The Elasmosaurus seemed to catch its prey by surprise and form below, because of its eyes on the top of its head.

Third Evolution Message: Elasmosaurus means ' Ribbon Lizard ' in greek.

Level-Based Stats

Level Unmodified Earning Rates (6 Hrs) Feeding Costs (Crustaceans) Ferocity Life Attack
1 4,500 (750 / Hour) Coins 450 (x5 = 2,250) Crustacean N/A N/A Life N/A - N/A Attack
2 4,962 (827 / Hour) Coins 746 (x5 = 3,730) Crustacean N/A N/A Life N/A - N/A Attack
3 5,424 (904 / Hour) Coins 1,042 (x5 = 5,210) Crustacean N/A N/A Life N/A - N/A Attack
4 5,886 (981 / Hour) Coins 1,388 (x5 = 6,940) Crustacean N/A N/A Life N/A - N/A Attack
5 6,348 (1,058 / Hour) Coins 1,634 (x5 = 8,170) Crustacean 150 1,069 Life 57 - 345 Attack
6 6,810 (1,135 / Hour) Coins 1,930 (x5 = 9,650) Crustacean 179 1,283 Life 69 - 417 Attack
7 7,272 (1,212 / Hour) Coins 2,226 (x5 = 11,130) Crustacean 209 1,497 Life 80 - 482 Attack
8 7,728 (1,288 / Hour) Coins 2,522 (x5 = 12,610) Crustacean 239 1,710 Life 92 - 554 Attack
9 8,190 (1,365 / Hour) Coins 2,818 (x5 = 14,090) Crustacean 269 1,924 Life 104 - 626 Attack
10 8,652 (1,442 / Hour) Coins Evolve: 25,000 Coins per attempt 299 2,138 Life 115 - 691 Attack
11 9,114 (1,519 / Hour) Coins 3,410 (x5 = 17,050) Crustacean 328 2,352 Life 127 - 763 Attack
12 9,576 (1,596 / Hour) Coins 3,706 (x5 = 18,530) Crustacean 358 2,565 Life 138 - 828 Attack
13 10,038 (1,673 / Hour) Coins 4,002 (x5 = 20,010) Crustacean 388 2,779 Life 150 - 900 Attack
14 10,500 (1,750 / Hour) Coins 4,299 (x5 = 21,495) Crustacean 418 2,993 Life 160 - 964 Attack
15 10,962 (1,827 / Hour) Coins 4,595 (x5 = 22,975) Crustacean 448 3,207 Life 172 - 1,036 Attack
16 11,424 (1,904 / Hour) Coins 4,891 (x5 = 24,455) Crustacean 477 3,420 Life 183 - 1,101 Attack
17 11,886 (1,981 / Hour) Coins 5,187 (x5 = 25,935) Crustacean 507 3,634 Life 195 - 1,173 Attack
18 12,348 (2,058 / Hour) Coins 5,483 (x5 = 27,415) Crustacean 537 3,848 Life 207 - 1,245 Attack
19 12,810 (2,135 / Hour) Coins 5,889 (x5 = 29,445) Crustacean 567 4,062 Life 218 - 1,310 Attack
20 13,272 (2,212 / Hour) Coins Evolve: 35,000 Coins per attempt 597 4,275 Life 230 - 1,382 Attack
21 13,728 (2,288 / Hour) Coins 6,371 (x5 = 31,855) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
22 14,190 (2,365 / Hour) Coins 6,667 (x5 = 33,335) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
23 14,652 (2,442 / Hour) Coins 6,963 (x5 = 34,815) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
24 15,114 (2,519 / Hour) Coins 7,259 (x5 = 36,295) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
25 15,576 (2,596 / Hour) Coins 7,555 (x5 = 37,775) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
26 16,038 (2,673 / Hour) Coins 7,851 (x5 = 39,255) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
27 16,500 (2,750 / Hour) Coins 8,148 (x5 = 40,740) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
28 16,962 (2,827 / Hour) Coins 8,444 (x5 = 42,220) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
29 17,424 (2,904 / Hour) Coins 8,740 (x5 = 43,700) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
30 17,886 (2,981 / Hour) Coins Evolve: 50,000 Coins per attempt  ? 6,413 Life 344 - 2,066 Attack
31 18,348 (3,058 / Hour) Coins 9,332 (x5 = 46,660) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
32 18,810 (3,135 / Hour) Coins 9,628 (x5 = 48,140) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
33 19,272 (3,212 / Hour) Coins 9,924 (x5 = 49,620) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
34 19,728 (3,288 / Hour) Coins 10,220 (x5 = 51,100) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
35 20,190 (3,365 / Hour) Coins 10,516 (x5 = 52,580) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
36 20,652 (3,442 / Hour) Coins 10,812 (x5 = 54,060) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
37 21,114 (3,519 / Hour) Coins 11,108 (x5 = 55,540) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
38 21,576 (3,596 / Hour) Coins 11,404 (x5 = 57,020) Crustacean  ?  ? Life  ? - ? Attack
39 22,038 (3,673 / Hour) Coins 11,700 (x5 = 58,500) Crustacean  ? 8,123 Life 400 - 2,620 Attack
40 22,500 (3,750 / Hour) Coins MAX 1,193 8,550 Life 459 - 2,757 Attack
  • Total Crustaceans to Max: 1,094,300



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