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Nono Orugaron Ecology

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This is merely a plausible explanation for the monster(s) in this article, and may or may not be considered canon to the series.

In Game-Description

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Taxonomy

Nono Orugaron, along with her mates, Kamu Orugaron and Midogaron, is a part of the Fanged Beast class.

Habitat Range

Nono Orugaron live in many environments but are mostly seen inhabiting the Swamp and Tower along with Kamu Orugaron.

Ecological Niche

Nono Orugaron are top predators of their environments. Despite this they have to compete with fierce predators such as Abiorugu, Akura Jebia, Lucent Nargacuga, Rathalos, Silver Rathalos, Khezu, Rathian, Gold Rathian, Aruganosu, Goruganosu and predatory Elder Dragons. Mated pairs Nono and Kamu Orugaron hunt together, judging from the fact that they seem to stick together in any battle. This would allow them to possibly drive away bigger and stronger predators. A battle against the both is not easy, so make sure you are prepared.

Biological Adaptations

Unlike Kamu Orugaron, Nono Orugaron are all about speedy, swift attacks. On her mane is razor sharp spike-like quills used for attacking foes and protecting from aerial attacks. Nono Orugaron's lungs are very powerful, much like Tigrex, allowing her to produce her well-known howl. The howl is a tool used for communication between the Kamu Orugaron and Nono Orugaron, however, it can also be an effective weapon. At close range, this howl can easily effect shake the brain of a victim or send a foe flying backwards. Nono Orugaron can even fire a wind-like blast at foes, like Kushala Daora, from a distance. Though this isn't really known, Nono Orugaron have an underdeveloped ice sac. Some older individuals have shown that they could use ice to form frozen armor on their legs and fire icy spikes from their back. In its mouth are two large fangs strong enough to break the armor plating of some armor.

Behavior

Alongside her male counterpart the Kamu Orugaron, they are highly aggressive creatures and territorial they might tend of attack when provoked. They are very protective of their male counterparts and will become enraged if Kamu Orugaron are injured.

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