Epidexipteryx (SciiFii)
Epidexipteryx sciifii (name meaning "SciiFii's display feather") is a species of small paravian dinosaur that originally lived from the Middle Jurassic or Upper Jurassic age Daohugou Beds of Inner Mongolia, China (about 160 or 168 mya) and was once extinct, but has been brought back from extinct by SciiFii and now lives in the Asian Forest walkthrough exhibit in Cretaceous Park located in Sacramento, California. The Epidexipteryx sciifii is an insectivore and mainly feeds on grubs, worms, moths, beetles, mantises, dragonflies, cockroaches, and cicadas. Its long clawed fingers are used for drilling through wood in order to reach the insects underneath, in a manner similar to aye-ayes. It is normally a solitary animal unless it is mating seasons, when the males try to find females to mate with. The lifestyle and lifecycle of the Epidexipteryx sciifii is very similar to aye-ayes, except with a woodpecker-like breeding habits, including laying eggs.
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