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A Pair of Velociraptor

Paleo Stats

Species: V. mongoliensis
Time Period: Cretaceous
Length: 2.07 meters (6.8 feet)
Weight: 19.7 kilograms (43 pounds)

Basic Information

Category: Carnivore
Diet: Meat

In-game Stats (Adult, Growth 1.0)

Health: 100
Stamina: 150
Ability: 100
Comfort: 100
Base Food Capacity: 100
Overweight Food Capacity: 130
Water Capacity: 100
Oxygen Capacity: 100
Growth Rate: Very fast
Weather Resistance: Extremely Low
Can be picked up by a tornado: Yes


The Velociraptor is the smallest creature that can be selected for play in Beasts of Bermuda. It is a carnivore and must eat meat in order to survive. Though it does not have the piscivorous trait, some players have been able to sustain themselves eating fish as the Velociraptor due to its relatively high swimming speed.

It has a very low weight, and grants very little food to large predators. It also, however, consumes very little of a carcass when eating, and works very well as a scavenger. It has a high metabolism and must eat regularly in order to survive.

The Velociraptor has the highest stamina pool of any creature, possessing 150. This allows it to run and jump a significant amount before tiring. It is also highly adept at jumping, allowing it to climb and reach high ledges and rocks.


  • Primary Attack: An ordinary bite. It deals light damage, so must be used a significant amount of times in order to bring down larger prey.

Unique Abilities: The Velociraptor is also the only creature in Beasts of Bermuda capable of climbing onto ledges, cliffs, walls, and some trees. In order to successfully grab a ledge, a player must be holding down the use keybind while approaching a grabbable surface and while in the air. A Velociraptor can jump from surface to surface. Once on a surface, a Velociraptor can jump off and safely glide to the ground.

Additional Notes

  • The Velociraptor was the first dinosaur to be added to Beasts of Bermuda. It is the main predator of Oryctodromeus. Being able to enter its burrows, there is almost no escape for these little herbivores. A pack of Velociraptors is a deadly force of nature, and even a skilled, lone Velociraptor can take out large quarry.