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- Order: Sharp Claw
- Suborder: Hard Teeth
- Superfamily: Sharp Teeth
- Family: Blango
Like their mountain-dwelling relatives Copper Blangonga are powerful predators high in the food chain. Due to these Blangonga being rare, it is hard to say what it feeds on. In their Desert environments these large primates compete with equally fierce predators such as Tigrex, Cephadrome, Rathian, Akura Vashimu, Kuarusepusu, and rare Elder Dragons consisting of Teostra, Lunastra, and Kushala Daora.
Copper Blangonga's main difference between normal Blangongas is its short, brown pelt, which would normally be a snow white coloration. Possibly helps the creature to retain heat in the cold night and to release it in the hot day, and can also serve as camouflage in the rocky parts of the desert. The fur is also remarkably compact, probably to fend off surprise attacks from Genpreys and other predators. Its facial features change, sporting longer tusks able to cut trough the hard shell of Apceros. Instead of spewing snow, the Copper Blangonga spews sand. Incredibly powerful, they can carry large boulders and throw them at enemies or prey, dealing massive damage. They also manage to dig through earth and sand, perfect for ambushing prey. Its hindlegs are notably hard and developed, as it needs to jump great distances to travel around the vast desert. Due to the lack of smaller game in the desert and competition with other monsters, the Copper Blangonga appears to have evolved into a solitary creature, having no pack of Blango followers.
Uses its speed to great use in the desert, outrunning most of its prey. However there are many predatory creatures that are fast in the desert, meaning that Copper Blangonga have to either fight for their food or kill it from large distances with a thrown boulder. Due to the large numbers of stronger predators, it has much greater senses than normal Blangongas, and as such is more aware of how long it can keep fighting. Oddly there is a report of a Copper Blangonga attacking a town in the desert.