3 Late Cretaceous Asian Dinosaurs

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1. Protoceratops
Ground Feeder, Positive (Horsetails, Palms, Rotten Wood), Negative (Cycads, Moss, and Pawpaws)
Like the pachycephalosaurs, this small herbivore can fight small carnivores like the Troodon but is easily killed by larger ones with a surprise attack, and like other ceratopsians, it likes to socialize.
2. Therizinosaurus
Though a theropod, it has evolved a herbivorous diet like the Panda Bear and uses its long claws as defensive weapons against its carnivorous kin like the Stegosaurus’s spikes. Should it feed tall or on the ground? And which greenhouse plants are good and bad for it? Maybe like the Gallimimus?
3. Oviraptor
Found with eggs under its bones, it was believed to have been an egg eater killed red handed by a protective Protoceratops. Though discoveries of its own eggs have casted doubt over this scenario (the original fossil may have been a parent, not a thief at all), I still think it should be a small carnivore. There’s a certain indignity of it being killed all the time. It’s just better for it to have a chance against other small carnivores, be tolerated by larger ones, and have the pleasure of going after unarmored herbivores, and no amount of “accuracy” can overturn that. In any case, if just one of them makes it, it should be Protoceratops.
 
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