American Killer Dylanus

This American killer dylanus is in an abandoned slaughterhouse, where it is about to feed on dead pigs and cows.

Killer Dylanus, also known as the WolfDylanus or WereDylanus, this species of dylanus is different from its neighbors (American common dylanus, Florida running dylanus, etc.), resembling a fictional werewolf character, Wolfman (2010 version), in size, ears, teeth, claws, hairy body, wide Neanderthal-like nose to help warm up the air they breathe, leg posture and locomotion, how fast it can run, and its almost-carnivorous diet. It is also the most primitive of modern dylanuses, similar to its ancestors of 5 million years ago (other than it is cannibalistic and is slightly larger). Unlike other dylanus species, it is a cannibalistic omnivore, occasionally killing other dylanus species and sometimes its own species (whereas most other dylanus species are gentle and peaceful to their own kind and other animals). It feeds on fish, lizards, small mammals, deer, goat, wild boars, dylanus species (including its own kind), and sometimes humans, but the only non-meat food item it eats are fruit (but 95% of its diet is meat and only 5% of its diet are plants). It is indigenous to forests and grasslands of North America. Its scientific name is Dylanus Edwienus.
American Killer Dylanus
  • Conservation Status: Near Threatened
  • Domain: Eukarya
  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Chordata
  • Subphylum: Vertebrata
  • Class: Mammalia
  • Order: Carnivora
  • Family: Felidae
  • Superfamily: Dylanusids
  • Genus: Dylanus
  • Species: Edwienus
  • Scientific Name: Dylanus Edwienus
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