- Order: Artiodactyla
- Family: Bullfango
- Species: Bulldrome
A large and relatively common species of Fanged Beast. Bulldrome are the large dominant males of the Bullfango. Bulldromes look much bulkier than their younger forms and their relatives, the Mosswine.
Bulldrome are large omnivores. They spend their days grazing on a numerous kinds of vegetation, but favor mushrooms. Bulldrome have fewer predators than most large herbivores, thanks to their stubborn and aggressive nature. However, they can still easily become prey for large wyverns or even Carapaceons, namely Shogun Ceanataur.
Bulldrome possess thick, course fur that insulate the creatures from cold environments. This fur also acts as a way to show their old age. Bulldrome are extremely strong creatures, able to easily outrun hunters. This aids the creature greatly during its blind, charging attacks. A bulldrome's most recognized feature is its two large tusks. The tusks are initially of identical size, but they commonly grow asymmetrical over time. These are the result of a long healthy life. Bulldrome tusks will grow constantly, and will be likewise worn down by the creature as it ruts and grazes.
Though not common some Bulldrome grow there tusks very long and large, it is possible these Bulldromes are very old for there species as they are intelligent enough to sneak up on targets from underground, throw rocks and body slam there targets instead of pure blind charging. These Bulldrome are considered more or as fierce as even Rathalos.
Bulldrome are not the most intelligent creatures, but they are some of the most aggressive. They will often attack anything that moves, even, on occasion, Bullfango. Small Bullfango herds are often lead by a single large male Bulldrome. This rough and tough leader is charged with defending the group from attacks. On rare occasions, Bulldrome have been seen staring down large wyverns such as Rathalos. Lone Bulldrome can sometimes be found who were formerly a herd leader, who lost his title to a younger male and was consequently banished from the herd.