Hello there, all you magnificent people, and welcome to the third part of the guided tour of the creatures on The Island map of Ark: Survival Evolved! In today's episode, we start with a weird-as-fudge ancient rhino relative, the Paraceratherium! We also talk a bit about why the griffinflies (dragonfly-relatives) of the Carboniferous were so big, and what Titanoboa was probably like. We also have a look at Kaprosuchus (and have a close shave in the swamp), and get to fly with the largest pterosaur - Quetzalcoatlus, the feathered serpent itself!
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