Species Brontosaurus
Class Secret
Zone Jurassic
Unlocked Jurassic 5
Tier Tier 5
Distance Found > 1000m
XP Given 12
Breeding Time 12hrs

The Deeplodocus is the sixth brontosaurus. It is a secret animal.

Appearance Edit

The Deeplodocus appears similar to the Brontosaurus, with the same base shape. Aside from this, it is coloured deep blue and a square, light blue band covering its eyes mimicking that of a periscope of a submarine. There are also grey metal bands, on its neck and limbs, with darker protrusions, invoking hammered-in bolts. Three black cylindrical objects, with the flat side light blue, can be seen on each side of its body.

Description Edit

Stands at the deep-end of the pool, with its head still in the clouds.

Requirements Edit

  • Space Zoo upgraded to Jurassic 5 (under normal circumstances; currently bugged and appears randomly from Jurassic 3) or greater.
  • Ride eight different animal species uninterrupted in a row in Jurassic.
    • The player can start on an animal from a different zone, or an epic animal to do so, although this is not necessary. A tip is to first jump onto a rarer animal (e.g. a brontosaurus) and stay on it until a rarer animal which cannot be ridden infinitely is found (e.g. an ankylosaurus), before jumping on the remaining animal species.

Note: Due to it being a secret animal, it will appear every time the player completes the above requirements.

Baby Deeplodocus Edit

  • Lasso shrinks 10% slower
  • Ridden animals are 3% slower
  • Animals are 10% faster in water

Notes Edit

  • The name "Deeplodocus" is a portmanteau of the word "deep" and "brontosaurus". However, this name is closer in nature to that of the diplodocus, a similarly long-necked dinosaur that is of the same family as the brontosaurus.
  • The description references the Deeplodocus' massive height, enough to still stretch high in the air when submerged a relatively depth in "deep" pool water.
  • The Baby Deeplodocus references the Deeplodocus' supposed aquatic affinity in its ability relating to water.
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