Dunkleosteus (meaning “Dunkle’s Bone”) in real life had the fastest bite of ANY animal in history, able open AND close its mouth in 1/50 OF A SECOND!! This causes water to be pulled in so quickly, it’s mouth then acted as a split-second vacuum, instantly pulling its prey into its mouth.
Oh, and it ate sharks during its time (late Devonian Period) since sharks weren’t as apex or as developed (looking more like eels, ie. the Cladasolache).
I’ve made the comment on this having the fastest bite of all time, and I thank you for correcting me with this information. I actually never heard about this ant, so major thanks for this break in the case. And sorry about what I said before with this creature.
They may seem calm, and won't be dangerous most of the time, but don't be fooled: They boast descent damage and godlike resistance, think of them as Rock Elementals of the sea, exchanging HP for numbers.
Just like elementals, they have a small aggro range, very slow movement speed and not the highest of the DPS. But if you get cornered, be ready to suffer a slow death by their stone-crushing jaws.
These guys have some pretty tough armor. Also a good source of deep sea chitin if you want to avoid the torpor creatures(araneo, scorpions(land and sea)) and other poison insects. Just be aware of this during an encounter.
Hi, I had a sword that does like 300-400 damage to some Dino’s, but when I used it it only did about 100 damage to this guy. And mine was I think a journeyman sword. If you wanna kill this thing. Get a GOOD sword.
Alright so if you know where the green pillar is go to the right side right into the water keep going deeper until you find a lot of rocks (there’s a lot of rocks there so if you can’t find rocks there meaning you’re in the wrong spot or something) it’s a little hard to search that spot because of the rock but there are a lot of didn’t things like eels and dunkleosteus and those water things that you can build a base well I found some anyway be on a ichthy