A strange mutation has caused the small orange blotches on the naturally occurring blue pachycephalosaurus dinos to spread and cover most of their bodies. Prehistoric naturalists, with little imagination, have simply called these strange mutants - the Orange Pachyceplalosaurus

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Adult Orange Pachycephalosaurus

Below, we see a beautiful Dino-Diorama featuring a family of these mutant Orange Pachyceplalosaurus dinos with their natural forest habitat showing in the background. All these dino-dioramas will eventually be housed in the Museum of Dinosaurs, Beasts and Chimera once the renovations there are complete. 


Dino-Diorama featuring a family of Orange Pachycephalosaurus dinos.

Life Stats for the Orange Pachycephalosaurus:

Species Name: OrangePachycephalosaurus

Common Name: O Pachycephalosaurus

BiomeID: Primordia;       Tier: 3

Rarity Group: Rare

Probability: 1, yes he can be HH'd.

Hatch Time: 10 hours, Hurry Hatch: 10 crystals

Cost: 399 Crystals


 1. Adament in his ways

 2. Loves helping at the Rock Quarry

 3. Uses his head to solve problems

Those Orange Pachycephalosaurus

pups are sure cute.


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Here are some additional snapshots in various life stages, from egg, to baby, then toddler and teen. 

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Orangepachycephalosaurus baby@2x
Orangepachycephalosaurus toddler@2x
Orangepachycephalosaurus teen@2x

Dinosuar Field Guide Notes Orange Blue

It is easy to distinguish the two varierties in the field - based simply on their coloration. Although both dinos feature orange horns, stripes and blotches, the common pachycephalosaurus's back, legs and arms are predominately bright blue, whereas in the orange variety these portions are a vivid burnt orange. 


The beak and dome of the orange pachy are lighter in color than they appear on the blue variety. However, both dinos feature the same cream yellow underbellies.  

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Egg Comparison Oddly, it is the blue egg that will hatch into an orange pachy, whilst the purple egg hatches into the common blue pachy. Mother nature sure is a trickster!

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Building dinoden pachycephalosaurus egg@2x

Trivia: Adamant is misspelled in the first description:  Adament in his ways