The Llamasaurus Rex – King of the AwesomeSauridLlamas.
These giant fuzzy herbivores are found in a wide gamut of colours, ranging from white to apricot to black, though a sooty grey has been shown here because the artist is slack.
They are fond of water, and often go swimming, and look very much like oversized Afghan-saurs when emerging from the water. They tend to prefer warm tropical-ish waters, where it feeds on reeds, weeds, and other vegetation. They are capable of swimming totally submerged through the water.
The Llamasaur gives birth to live young, usually one, but can have up to six, especially in the first litter. The young are able to fend for themselves immediately, but will, in normal circumstances, stay with their mother for up to three years, though they will only eat new fern buds at this stage.
The Llamasaur’s fur is very short, and feels like down. So, it is obviously very desirable. As such, the Llamasaurus Rex is listed as critically endangered due to poaching in spiced vinegar.