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Abiorugu are high in the food chain. Abiorugu can easily prey on Aptonoth, Mosswine, Bulldrome, Congalala, Emerald Congalala, Popo, and potentially smaller predators such as Velocidrome, Giadrome, and Iodrome. However, Abiorugu will attack and eat just about anything they can. This could include other formidable predators such as Tigrex, Rathian, Nargacuga, Rajang, Khezu, Akura Jebia, Midogaron, Doragyurosu, Zinogre, Deviljho, and some Elder Dragons.
Abiorugu are rather nomadic creatures than territorial, moving from one place to another in search for food, their nomadic routine might be supported by the plates on their back that function to control their body temperature. Their tail, aside from being simple balancers for their massive body, are also shown to be deadly weapons, blade-like crimson colored bones grew on the edge of their tail which they use to slice prey from close range. They could also fire deadly projectiles from their tail to harm their targets from a distance, much like Nargacuga. As if these creatures weren't deadly enough, Abiorugu can scorch enemies to death with their fire breath attacks. This monster has a flame-sac located in its body to breath fire. An Abiorugu will constantly produce digestive juices with extremely high acidity like that of a Deviljho. On top of their heads these theropods have two bony plates with jutting horns that are used for display rather than weapons.
Abiorugu are known to be notoriously aggressive. Once provoked into battle, Abiorugu will relentlessly attack foes for food. Though Abiorugu could be compared to Deviljho from their hunger, Abiorugu haven't been reported cannibalizing each other. Rather Abiorugu have been reported together during certain seasons, working together as a team.