Height: 75 meters
Weight: 20,000 tons
Although Birth Island homes many mutations with varying level of changes, one saurian creature appears to show the least of the changes. During 1933, a film crew visited Birth Island to shoot a documentary about it. Along the process, an aspiring actress, Ann Darrow, was attacked by a theropod and saved by the future “8th wonder of the world”, King Kong. They came for a film yet they found a beast to capture and a story to tell to their generation towards the next, about monsters with striking resemblances to a tyrannosaurus which gave other crew members a tale about living dinosaurs on an island somewhere in Eastern Asia by the time they have escaped. The once known as a “Tyrannosaurus Rex” was never much mentioned as the years passed by, but the face of a gigantic saurian was uttered instead for the next few decades.
The next record of the best was made in 1967, when the best attacked one Susan Watson, one of the UN submarine members who was sent to investigate the island, only she wasn't expecting to be attacked by not one, but two reptilian monsters. As Gorosaurus gave chase, he unknowingly attracted a larger, and fiercer predator known as Titanosaurus. As the fight wages between the two mutated dinosaurs, it looked as though Gorosaurus was having the upperhand, as he was able to knock Titanosaurus over several times with his kangaroo kick. It was a devastating attack where the athletic animal would lean back on his tail and kick at his foe. But the luck he had would soon gave way to his opponent, Titanosaurus' mighty jaws bit hard on Gorosaurus' kicking leg, thrashing him over and over thanks to the immense neck muscles of the amphibious reptile. Susan Watson wanted to see no more of this, so she hobbles away to safety only to see the larger monster win over the fight.
Apparently, this didn't kill the Tyrannosaur either, but mainly wounded him, either this or another of his species had made it, as more of these saurians were seen momentarily by onlookers who decides to venture into the island...
Powers and abilities:
~ powerful jaws
~ strong tail that can support the creature’s weight as he stands on it to inflict a double kick. (dubbed “Kangaroo kick)
~ a slight burrowing ability, but only on hillsides and mountain feet.
(note: The Hiroshima Bomb wasn’t dropped until 1945 so the inhabitants of Birth Island were more likely to be in their normal stature. In addition to this, Gorosaurus isn’t properly studied until 2009.
Despite the creature’s weaker state among the rest of the island’s inhabitants, Gorosaurus is surprisingly adaptable to other aggressive creatures. Godzilla appears to be amused of the creature as he even welcomes him in dog-fights. Although, Godzilla still shows aggression to Gorosaurus when the allosaurus-like monster does something unforgivable. (like perhaps, hunting Junior down))
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