|First||Legendary VIP Dinosaur|
|Fifth||Found in Stygimoloch VIP pack|
About the Dinosaur:
Stygimoloch (meaning "Styx devil" in Latin) is a genus of pachycephalosaurid dinosaur from the end of the Cretaceous period, roughly 66 million years ago. It is controversial as only juvenile specimens have been discovered, and thus the possibility has been raised that it represents a juvenile Pachycephalosaurus. This hypothesis has been supported by numerous studies since, the most recent of which agreeing with its synonymy with Pachycephalosaurus. It is currently known from the Hell Creek Formation, Ferris Formation, and Lance Formation of the Western Interior (United States), where it lived alongside other Hell Creek taxa such as Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, and Edmontosaurus. 
Stygimoloch is a VIP herbivore creature. It has the same stats as Eudimorphodon
- Stygimoloch communicates primarily through snorts and grunts, like today's antelope.
- While their dome heads offer them a defensive weapon, these dinosaurs are usually wary. Most of their aggressive interactions are with each other.
- Stygimoloch has a beak as well as teeth, allowing it to efficiently bite-sized parts of the plants it eats.
- The spikes on the back of this dinosaur change as they grow, being more prominent in younger Stygimoloch and shorter in the adults.
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