Dromaeosaurus was a raptor that lived in Late Cretaceous North America during the last days of the dinosaurs.

In Walking with DinosaursEdit

Death of a DynastyEdit

In the first half of the episode, it is seen hunting a small flock of ornithopods It failed in its attempt, however, and screeched in fury in their direction. Later, another Dromaeosaurus seen trying to raid the mother Tyrannosaurus' nest. However, the mother saw the little opportunist, and roared it away, once again screeching in anger at his failed

A Dromaeosaurus trying to get to a Tyrannosaurus nest. (Death of a Dynasty)


Then, at night, a pack of Dromaeosaurus try to get at a Torosaurus calf. While the first two distract the other members of the herd, two more attack the calf, and persistently attack the Torosaurus herd. Morning reveals that the Dromaeosaurus had finally had a victory: they had successfully killed the calf.

Dromaeosaurus made its final appearance towards the end of the program as one runs away right before the comet that supposedly pushed the dinosaurs off the edge strikes Earth.


Two Dromaeosaurus at night. (Death of a Dynasty)

Behind the scenesEdit

Like many theropods in Generation 1, Dromaeosaurus lacks feathers and has pronated hands. Dromaeosaurus didn't live in the Hell Creek formation and was extinct before 66,000,000 years ago unlike its' depiction in Death of a Dynasty. However, the feathered Acheroraptor and the much larger Dakotaraptor lived in the Hell Creek Formation 66,000,000 years ago but both where discovered after the release, Acheroraptor in 2013 and Dakotaraptor in 2015.

It also reuses the model of Utahraptor.


The Large Claw on its foot could not disembowel prey.

List of appearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

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