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  • Since Tyrannopede's species live on the same planet as Astrodactyl's species; is it possible that Tyrannopede is also Astrodactyl's natural predator?

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    • It's definitely a possibility. However, if that's the case, it really begs the question of why Tyrannopede didn't stop Astrodactyl from escaping in A Fistful of Brains.

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    • That's a good thought. Here is another, is Terroranchula also a predator to Atrocians? Since both they and Ball Weevil's Species live on the same planet. My guess is no because all of Terroranchula's abilities seem to counteract Ball Weevil's. Such as fitting into tight spaces, having an enhanced agility and of course the electric webs.

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    • Tyler.brooke wrote:
      That's a good thought. Here is another, is Terroranchula also a predator to Atrocians? Since both they and Ball Weevil's Species live on the same planet. My guess is no because all of Terroranchula's abilities seem to counteract Ball Weevil's. Such as fitting into tight spaces, having an enhanced agility and of course the electric webs.

      Atrocians are not vulnerable to terroranchula. It says so on the Atrocian or The Worst's page

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    • Another thing to consider is that being from the same planet doesn't mean they have the same predator. A bird is predator to a snake but not predator to a coconut crab.

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    • Alanomaly wrote:
      Another thing to consider is that being from the same planet doesn't mean they have the same predator. A bird is predator to a snake but not predator to a coconut crab.

      A very good point. Look at Armodrillo. He held his own against Slamworm

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    • i dont think so

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    • I have to say no, if astrodactyl had a predator it would've been something that could fly and counteract his powers.

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