Yutyrannus Species in The Divided States | World Anvil
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Basic Information


The Yutyrannus is often called the Feathered Rex though it has significant differences from the T-Rex. It has four limbs but stands only on its back legs. Its feet and hands are webbed, making them better than expected swimmers. Their entire body is covered in feathers except for the feet, hands, and face.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Yutyrannuses are carnivores though they can sometimes be seen eating fruits though their teeth are not adapted for it. They prefer to hunt in packs and target larger animals such as elephants, wooly mammoths, and other larger herbivores. They have been known to eat rival Yutyrannuses as well.

Additional Information

Social Structure

Yutyrannuses typically live in solitary or in family units.


There was one attempt at the domestication of the Yutyrannus when they were first brought back from extinction. However, the attempt ended in grand failure and a major loss of life.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Yutyrannuses were originally from what is now considered Russia. After their extinction, they were brought back in the United States and escaped to Yellowstone National Park.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

The Yutyrannus has particularly bad hearing and cannot distinguish sounds bundled together. They are easily overwhelmed by loud and high pitched sounds. They can also be easily distracted by creating sounds elsewhere.   Sight
To make up for its terrible hearing the Yutyrannus has an incredible sight, able to spot the slightest of movements from yards away. It has a high color perception and can distinguish prey from its surroundings despite camouflage methods. One set back to its amazing sight is that it is easily distracted by movements and can lose focus on its target.   Smell
Yutyrannus has a bad sense of smell.   Taste
Nothing is known about the tasting abilities of the Yutyrannus.   Touch
Nothing is known about the touch or feeling abilities of the Yutyrannus.
30 years
Conservation Status
This species was once extinct but was brought back into the new world as an experiment. There are no conservation efforts for this species as they are highly invasive, hard to kill, and are apex predators.
Average Height
12ft to 16ft
Average Weight
1,000lbs to 4,000lbs
Average Length
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Yutyrannuses typically have a very bright and broad colored stripe that runs from the top of the head to the tip of the tail. The rest of their feathers are typically brown, grey, or black in color. Their feet and hands are usually orangish, light brown, pinkish, white, or grey in color.
Geographic Distribution


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