The Brontornis or Terror Bird was aptly named. At over nine feet tall and close to 800 pounds, this gigantic South American dino-bird could tackle even the largest prey. An ambush killer, the brontornis would disable its prey with a bone crushing snap of its awesome beak.
Adult Brontornis or Terror Bird
Below, we see a peaceful Dino-Diorama featuring a family of these gigantic Terror Birds.
Dino-Diorama featuring a Brontornis family.
Below, a second diorama shows the Brontornis family at the seashore for a picnic. That awesome beak is great for crunching giant snails out of their shells, and even the spine-covered sea urchins are greedily snapped up by the toddlers. The giant starfish are easily two feet across, so just one or two make a satisfying brunch.
Dino-Diorama: Brontornis family at the seashore.
All these dino-dioramas will eventually be housed in the Museum of Dinosaurs, Beasts and Chimera once the renovations there are complete.
Life Stats for the Brontornis Species Name: Brontornis Common Name: Brontornis BiomeID: Plateau or Air-1; Tier: 1 Rarity Group: Rare Probability: 1, Yes it can be gotten from Random Eggs! Hatch Time: 7 hours, Hurry Hatch: 13 crystals Cost: 109 Crystals Descriptions: 1. Likes playing Tag! 2. Likes to surprise friends 3. Favorite meal of the day: Breakfast
That bone-crushing beak is a truly formidable weapon!
Here are some additional snapshots in various life stages, from egg, to baby, then toddler and teen.