Common Zinogre
Class: Wyvern
Order: Fanged Wyvern
Family: Thunder Fanged Wyvern
Genus: Denticulupis
Species: Tonitruum
Subspecies: Tonitruum
Scientific Name: Denticulupis Tonitruum Tonitruum
Appearance: Bulky wyverns with blue scales on its body and sharp yellow ones in the back. Their tails are long and powerful, and they have white hair covering their backs and limbs, that are very strong and have blade-like claws. The face is very vulpine and has two pointy horns.
Measures: 1867.00-1329.30
Distribution: Mostly seen in Mountain Peaks, but it has also been sighted in the Deserted islands of Moga.
Habitat: Mountain Peaks, and Deserted Island.
Diet: Carnivore, main prey are Aptonoth, Gargwa, Kelbi, Bullfango/Bulldrome, and Arzuros
Social Structure: Solitary, when a mate is found the "pup" is raised by both parents, when old enough to go on its own the parents also go their separate ways. Zinogre sometimes form pairs, to hunt prey, to stop monsters that are much larger then themselves.
Sexual Maturity: Females at 8. males at 10
Mating Season: Spring.
Gestation: 7 months.
Number of Offspring per Birth: 2 or 3
Hatching Time: Viviparous
Size at birth: 1.6 - 2.4 m
Lifespan: Mountain Peaks: 33-48 Deserted Island: 26-38
Abilities: Charge up with electricity using thunderbugs.
Other Subspecies Stygian Zinogre

 Zinogre is a Fanged Wyvern, being the only one in this class aside from its subspecies. Zinogre lives only in the Mountain Peaks and in certain areas of the Moga Region, a subspecies of Zinogre exists that lives in the Tundra and the Volcano.


Zinogre and its subspecies belong the family known as Fanged wyverns, and are the only members of this family known so far.



Zinogres are found in forest areas, from the Mountain Peaks to the Moga Woods.

Biology and behaviorEdit

It is widely speculated that Zinogre gains it's electrical capabilities from thunderbugs, this is a symbiotic relationship: Gagua prey on Thunderbugs, so because Zinogre preys on Gagua, thunderbugs simply fly around in close proximity to the Zinogre, gaining protection. Zinogre can then harness this electricity for its' own attacks.

Relation to humansEdit

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