Craneosaurs are a species of Dinotrux that combine aspects of a construction crane with a Brachiosaurus.


Male Craneosaurs tend to have blocky, square-shaped heads, while female heads are more rounded. Both have conveyor belts running from the tops of their heads down their backs to the ends of the tails, which can run in either direction. Craneosaurs can also retract their necks into their bodies, though doing so for too long leads to cramps, or move their necks from standing straight up to sticking straight out in the direction they're traveling. Craneosaurs also have cable-like tongues with hooks on the end that they use for lifting various items.

Known Craneosaurus

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