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Hello, and welcome to Monster Appreciation Week!
This week we look at the enraged hormonal female Diablos, Black Diablos!
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Interesting Facts About The Diablos
- Order: Saurischia
- Suborder: Wyvern Feet
- Infraorder: Heavy Shell Wyvern
- Superfamily: Horn Wyvern
- Family: Blos
- Diablos numbers are much higher than Monoblos numbers. Its even comparable to most other Flying Wyvern species.
- Female Diablos grow larger than male Diablos.
- Diablos are extremely territorial and can cause a lot damage. They have even been reported to attack whole groups of hunters and destroy barriers that were made. This aggression can even go to their own species, including with their own mate or young but this is most commonly seen by males protecting their turf.
- One swipe of their tail is much stronger than a Steel Hammer.
- Diablos have better adapted hearing but their vision is poor.
- The black smoke that comes out of their mouth seems to be a gas from one of their organs.
- Their are rumors of Crimson Diablos in the Desert that are mutations as soon as they are born. They are larger than a normal Diablos and they have been said to have be faster and stronger than a normal Diablos. It is said that this mutation could be a Diablos that has gone mad and has turned red due to blood from enemies.
- The Black Diablos' color is a warning color to other species yet a signal to male Diablos.
- They aren't very caring, like Nono Orugaron and the Rathian, towards their mates.
- They stick to territory more often than usual as they wait for the males to come looking for them.
- Diablos Hearts are in high demand like Monoblos Hearts for food.
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