Gastonia adohomo (name meaning "from Rob Gaston created by man") is an armoured dinosaur, part of the nodosaur family that originally came from the Early Cretaceous of North America, around 125 million years ago, and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in the Cretaceous Safari tour in Cretaceous Park located at Sacramento, California.

Gastonia adohomo is a bulky, broad and tank-like solitary herbivore that mainly feeds on fruits, leaves, shrubs, nuts, cycads, ferns, and horsetails, but can occasionally feed on insects to supplement its diet or when plant food is scarce. It can grow to be about 5-6 metres (16-20 feet) in length and weigh about 1.9-2.1 tons. The spikes of Gastonia adohomo are used between males in contests of strength to defend territory or gain mates, they are also used for intimidating predators and for active self-defense against predators. The female Gastonia adohomo lays around 9-14 eggs about 3-4 months after mating, the eggs hatch around 2-3 months after being laid, and the mothers care for their hatchlings until they're sub-adults, when they are old enough to fend for themselves.

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