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Rathian by TheMacronian
The 'Rath' wyverns are one of the most prolific species of flying wyvern to exist, able to conquer almost all environments, save for the colder climes like the Tundra. Although considered 'flying wyverns' the Rath wyverns have many shared characteristics with the more maniraptorial wyverns, such as the Bird wyverns. The Rathian for example, has quill-like feathers gracing her wrists and shoulders, despite the fact they have given up feather powered flight for more sturdy and permanent membranes. Their second and third digits have elongated and conjoined to form the long, dual clawed digital that makes up a large length of their wings, with 'psuedo-digits' forming additional support, complete with claw like osteoderms both along the outside of the primary digit, and tipping the end of the 'psuedo-digits' within the membrane.

The female, known commonly as the Rathian, is mottled green and brown, a form of camouflage. Her features are more straight and slender than those of her counterpart, the Rathalos. Rathians, though capable of flight, prefer to hunt on land, running down and charging at prey.

They have 2 known subspecies, a bright to pastel pink variant, native to temperate zones where species of Prunus (Cherry blossom) bloom, as their coloration acts surprisingly well as camouflage. The second, a brilliantly iridescent and metallic gold variant, living in extremely remote locales, and considered incredibly rare.

The long spike at the end of her jaw is much larger than that of her male counterparts, and has been theorized to aid in feeding young.
I went through yet again and carefully nuked everything that made my gallery cancerous, I believe it's over now.
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  • Listening to: Monster Hunter OST
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  • Playing: Monster Hunter Tri Ultimate
  • Eating: Heaven Bread and Fatty Tomatoes
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Hello, I am amateur paleoartist living in a time of change. Come here for Monster Hunter,and Dinosaurs. Nothing else really.

Current Residence: A strange little world of my own, including you people.
Favourite genre of music: Pop. Culture
Favourite style of art: Comical, Realistic
Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium
MP3 player of choice: I-Pod Nano- iz Adorable
Shell of choice: Chell is a Shell, right?
Skin of choice: The one I'm wearing
Favourite cartoon character: Gurdy the Dinosaur
Personal Quote: That Cake's a SPAH!

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MatrixDragondavid Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Student Artist
You are awesome. I follow your Jho blog on Tumblr. You rock! Take a look at my stuff sometime?
alienattacker Featured By Owner May 11, 2014
D: I really hope you don't leave this account, you're my favorite artist on Deviantart!
Sinornithosaurus Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
happy birthday
TheArchosaurQueen Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday you.
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Krookodile0553 Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
Wait... Do you have the 3DS version or the WiiU version of MH3U?...
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