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The leader of a pack of Jagras. Renowned for their voracious appetite, they will mercilessly assault even monsters higher up in the food chain. The sight of it devouring its prey whole is one to behold.
A bird wyvern adept at grasping objects with its well-developed forelegs. There have been sightings of it plundering eggs from other monsters, but it will often drop them in surprise if attacked. When engaged in battle, it has a propensity to unearth sturdy rocks which it then uses as a weapon or shield.
A bird wyvern whose body contains a poisonous fluid. It ensnares its prey by brandishing its whip-like tongue, which can be expanded and contracted at will. By mixing the berries and plants it consumes with the venom in its body, it can release a devastating poison breath attack.
Perhaps in order to shield itself from hot temperatures, this monster is most often seen lurking beneath pools of mud. It has also been known to use the mud it cloaks itself in as a means of attacking, so exercise caution. Somewhat fastidious about its swamp, should the marsh be disturbed in any way, it will rush with reckless abandon towards the perpetrator.
This carnivorous monster prowls its territory, seeking out prey. It takes down its target using the paralytic toxins secreted from its large fangs.
A fanged wyvern that darts around the thickets of its forested nest. It generates static electricity by brushing its fur across the ground and nearby trees. When a sufficient amount of friction has been built up, it enters into an “electrified” state where its body hairs begin to emit light and stand on end. Be especially wary of its head and tail when it takes on this appearance.
A piscine wyvern that makes its habitat in muddy swamps. It has a tendency to use mud as a means by which to both camouflage itself and hunt with. It is believed that they coat themselves with mud in order to restore moisture to their scales, which grow brittle and inhibit cutaneous respiration when dehydrated. Exercise caution should you come across the mud which Jyuratodus spits out, as its high viscosity can easily restrict body movement.
A flying wyvern capable of storing large quantities of air within its body. By powerfully exhaling this air, it can travel afloat across the skies, delivering crushing blows with its hardy tail.
Infamous for its belligerence, this brute wyvern indiscriminately attacks all without hesitation. The large membrane extending from its waist to the base of its tail fans out when it becomes agitated. This fan-like membrane is thought to be used not only for intimidation, but also as a mode of body temperature control. This is attributed to the fact that when Anjanath expels flames from its mouth, the membrane has been spotted expanding in tandem, releasing excess heat.
Known by the alternative name of “Queen of the Land.” With its outstanding leg strength, it hurtles across the land, subduing prey with its venom-laden tail. It has occasionally been spotted hunting together with its male counterpart, Rathalos.
This monster has been witnessed in swamp regions, tracking down the herds of Raphinos it preys upon. It hunts by emitting freezing-cold air, which allows it to slow down its target.
A fearsome flying wyvern who has earned the moniker “King of the Skies.” Together with its female counterpart, it forms its territory around their nest, keeping close watch from above. With its powerful wings, it swiftly descends to intercept any trespassers, assailing them with its mighty, poisonous claws. In addition, it is well known for its ability to breathe fire.
A desert-dwelling monster feared for its ferocity. Two distinctive, twisted horns protrude from its skull. Fiercely territorial, it uses its remarkable hearing to sense overhead intruders while burrowed underground, attacking them without discrimination. In spite of this, it is a strict herbivore, primarily feeding on desert cacti.
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