New Species

HammerHead Titanothere

HammerHead Titanothere

April 16 while hiking through rain forest in Australia. My team of scientist and I were taking a hike when we heard a loud noise. From out of the tree came a large animal charging toward us. One of science couldn't get out of the way fast enough and got ran over. We named is after scientist Titanothere. Also we called it hammerhead because it had the head almost like a hammerhead shark.

Description

The species has blue with gray tint skin and light brown legs . They breathe from there hammers. It is bipedal they has 6 legs to move fast if it detects a threat from side or rear. The animal has over lapping body plate that protects only the front part of there body during battle. But the back side is unprotected. They are heterotrphic they eat plants from the rain forest.