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The Utahraptor, perched on a branch

Paleo Stats

Species: U. ostrommayosorum
Time Period: Cretaceous
Length: 5.7 meters (19 feet)
Weight: 500 kilograms (1100 pounds)

Basic Information

Category: Carnivore
Diet: Meat

In-game Stats (Adult, Growth 1.0)

Health: 300
Stamina: 120
Ability: 150
Base Food Capacity: 100
Overweight Food Capacity: 130
Water Capacity: 100
Oxygen Capacity: Average
Growth Rate: Fast
Weather Resistance: Very Low
Can be picked up by a tornado: Yes



The Utahraptor was a playable creature in Beasts of Bermuda, which has been removed in preparation for a new model. This nimble carnivore is able to easily traverse rough terrain and chase prey such as Parasaurolophus. Since the Utahraptor is a very active predator, it sports a larger amount of ability power and stamina compared to most other creatures. However, it has a small health pool and low weight. Forming a pack with other players is recommended, as a lone Utahraptor can easily fall prey to the faster Megalosaurus.

Utahraptors, similarly to Velociraptors, have a very low tolerance for weather-related stress. Anything more than a light storm has the potential to stress it to death. It is recommended to keep note of the locations of caves when playing this creature.


  • Primary Attack: A close ranged bite. It deals only a moderate amount of health damage, but it can be used in rapid succession, making it a dangerous attack when executed repeatedly. It also only drains the Utahraptor's ability power by a very small amount, allowing it to perform this attack multiple times for a lengthy duration before its ability power runs out.
  • Secondary Attack: An instantaneous pounce attack. It provides the Utahraptor with spectacular combat mobility, allowing it to leap into the fray or away from danger in a moment's notice. Furthermore, the Utahraptor can pounce while moving, though it consumes a hefty amount of stamina, so use it sparingly!

Special Secondary Attack Details: If the ability key is tapped while pouncing, it performs a Latching Pounce attack. The Utahraptor is capable of latching its claws onto Apatosaurus and beached Mosasaurs. As the Utahraptor is latched on, it inflicts constant health damage to its target. The Utahraptor can stop latching by pressing Right Click at anytime. Latching slowly depletes the Utahraptor's ability power, so if the Utahraptor stays latched on for the entire duration, it will eventually deplete all its ability power and fall to the ground. (This differs from the pounce of the Velociraptor, who is able to latch onto a much wider array of creatures but isn't as mobile)

Unique Attribute: The Utahraptor possesses a significantly enlarged amount of ability power, having been granted 150 rather than the typical 100, and a moderately enlarged amount of stamina; 120 instead of the standard 100.

Additional Notes