Dryosaurus olympius (name meaning "Tree lizard of Olympia") is a species of social medium-sized bipedal iguanodontid dinosaur that originally lived in what is now North America during the Late Jurassic and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in Cretaceous Park located in Sacramento, California. Despite its appearance, it is not a primitive non-Iguanodont non-Hadrosaurid ornithopod, which were once called Hypsilophodonts, but is just of primitive member of the Iguanodont family. It can grow to be around 9.8 feet long and weigh about as much as a sheep, and is a herbivore that mainly feeds on fruits, leaves, nuts, seeds, ferns, horsetails, and even some mushrooms. It normally lives in small-to-medium-sized flocks or herds that can contain about 9-21 individuals in a single group, but in areas with enough food and space, Dryosaurus olympius herds/flocks can reach around 35-50 individuals at a time. Due to the tameness, readiness in captivity, and feeding on a wide range of plants, SciiFii is considering selling some of their Dryosaurus olympius to people who want pet non-avian dinosaurs.
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