Massospondylus neo (name meaning "new longer vertebrae") is a species of mostly-herbivorous bipedal Massosponylidae sauropodomorph dinosaur that was originally extinct and once lived in South Africa during the Early Jurassic, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in the Jurassic Trails located at Cretaceous Park in Sacramento, California. Massospondylus neo is normally around 4–6 metres (13–20 ft) long when fully grown, it has a long neck and tail, with a small head and slender body. On each of its forefeet, it has a sharp thumb claw that is used in defense or feeding. Like most sauropodomorphs, Massospondylus neo grows steadily throughout its lifespan, possesses air sacs similar to those of birds, and cares for its young much like (most) birds. Massospondylus neo lays eggs around 4-5 months after mating seasons and the eggs hatch around 2-3 months after being laid, the hatchlings are cared for by their mothers for over 9-11 months until they're independent from their mothers, just around 5-6 months before they're fully grown.
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