The Pelagornis is a medium-sized (fishy) bird that has been found in the Ark near beaches.
Pelagornis Miocaenus is the much bigger ancestor of waterbirds such as Stork or Pelican with its current brothers. It seems however that he spends much more time on the open deep-sea searching for fish.
- Name: Pelagornis
- Group: Birds
- Species: Pelagornis miocaenus
- Time: Early Miocene
- Diet: Piscivore
- Temperament: Skittish
- Egg: Pelagornis Egg
What is the wild Pelagornis?
Currently, I have seldom seen a wild Pelagornis near the coast of the mainland, as it tends to paddle on the ocean’s surroundings instead of waddling along the beaches on the island. Maybe the survival instincts of this behaviour. After all, the early Miocene was a post-dino period, with Pelagornis no longer familiar with these predators. Given how far they run from human beings, his precaution cannot be blamed.
What are domesticated?
The tamed ones’ are the most flexible mountains on the island because of their ability to run, walk and surface swim. The same web-based feet that allow Pelagornis to snap the prey from the ground and to navigate serenely along the surface of the sea, which can restrict its appeal to some survivors.
They are readily identifiable by its size as relative of the modern seagulls, by the more frequent icthyornis. It also has a beach packed with projections of teeth like snacking fish and webbed foot paddling on the ocean floor when it wants its wings to rest.
If a tamed Pelagornis is flying into the sea, it will land and swim around before you take off again.
On 30 May 2016, the dossier was disclosed. It’s not going to eat crude meat. Fish only. If a person is flying over lava, Pelagornis’ will knock the person off its back. Be vigilant! During riding, you can position rafts