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Nest Raider by TheTerritorialTrike Nest Raider by TheTerritorialTrike
67 Million Years Ago, in the young Alaska Range
                            The air is crisp, cool. The howling wind echoes in the air. Few live in the desolate alpine ranges. Many prefer to live in the warmer valleys below. At ten thousand feet, there is less life, and those who live there are generalists, unable to afford to specialize. The wind suddenly changes. A rustle in the thicket. The crackling of leaves. The brushing of snow. Seemingly out of nowhere, a paravian emerges. It is a cunning troodontid. Intelligent predators, they outwit their prey. A radar dish surrounds its face, channeling sounds into its ears, its asymmetrical hearing only benefiting. This time, its prey is not moving. Seemingly an easy meal, the troodontid is cautious. He knows the nest belongs to a giant. The troodontid quickly rushes to the nest. As the troodontid digs up the eggs, a loud call rangs out behind it. An azhdarchid never strays far from the nest.

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