River Dinos, also called Prairie Devils, River Lizards, Oklahoma Raptors or Mini Rexes, are small, bipedal, lizard-like creatures from the U.S. Their range is typically from southern Colorado till Texas. The 4 names above are used more popularly in different areas. The name "River Dinos" comes from the numerous sightings near bodies of water.
Appearance & DescriptionEdit
River Dinos look like 3-foot tall dromaeosaurs (dinosaurs like Velociraptor or Deinonychus), but more people than not say they look more like small, two-legged lizards. They are typically green or brown, and sometimes have feathers
While River Dinos are most often thought to be living dromaeosaurs, some say they are simply a new species of bipedal lizard. Bipedal lizards do exist, such as the basilisk lizard, but they don't live in the right area, and can only run bipedally for short bursts.