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Borealosaurus californii (name meaning "California North-Wind lizard") is a species of large titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur that was originally extinct and once existed from the Late Cretaceous of northern China, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in the Cretaceous Safari tour in Cretaceous Park located at Sacramento California. Borealosaurus californii normally reaches the lengths around 11-12 metres long and weighing around 10 tons. Borealosaurus californii is a social herd animal that can live in herds around 9-31 at a time, and is a herbivorous gentle giant like all (original and natural species of) sauropods, feeding mainly on fruits, leaves, and nuts, however, its need to swallow small stones to grind up vegetation in its stomach. During the mating season, male Borealosaurus californii fight other males to win a right to mate, and females lay around 50-70 eggs at a time, just 2-3 months after mating season, and the eggs hatch around 3-4 months after being laid, with hatchlings being cared for by their mothers until they are big enough to fend themselves in their herds.

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