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Pteranodon - Pteranodon album download Performer: Pteranodon
Album: Pteranodon
Released: 2001
Style: Drone, Ambient
Size MP3: 1323 mb.
Size FLAC: 1573 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 958
Other Formats: MIDI AHX DTS MOD MP4 MP1 RA



Knocking a pteranodon out doesn't take much, but can still be a challenge since it will immediately flee after being attacked. Once knocked out, taming is quite easy in comparison to other creatures, and with its low saddle requirements, this makes it an especially popular creature for newer survivors while still being versatile enough for more experienced survivors. What does a Pteranodon eat? In Ark: Survival Evolved, the Pteranodon eats Regular Kibble, Dodo Kibble, Raw Mutton, Cooked Lamb Chop, Raw Prime Meat, Cooked Prime Meat, Raw Prime Fish Meat, Raw Meat, Cooked Meat, Raw Fish Meat, Cooked Prime Fish Meat, and Cooked Fish Meat.

Note: Non-magical Sleepy Arrows fired from a bow or crossbow deliver extra torpor over time for 5 seconds after impact. Only two instances of this effect can be in effect at once - a third arrow hit before the effect has fully resolved will result in potential torpor being wasted. For maximum efficiency, time your shots so that they land 5 seconds apart. The numbers given here are assuming you do so. For passive tames, there is a long wait between the first and second feedings as the creature eats, after which it follows the feeding intervals listed.

Pteranodon is a large flying reptile. When it spread its wings, it could reach from the front to the back of a school bus. It did not have feathers, but rather had a basal type of integument along the same lineage from which feathers evolved, called pycnofibers. Pycnofibers were very hair-like in appearance and, like hair, were made of keratin.

Pteranodon (/tɪˈrænədɒn/; from Greek πτερόν ( pteron, "wing") and ἀνόδων (anodon, "toothless") is a genus of pterosaur that included some of the largest known flying reptiles, with wingspans over 7 meters (23 feet). They lived during the late Cretaceous geological period of North America in present-day Kansas, Alabama, Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota.

Pteranodon pictures and facts. Pteranodon was a pterosaur, a type of flying reptile. It was not a dinosaur, though it lived during the same period. Pteranodon lived during the Late Cretaceous and resided in North America. The first Pteranodon fossil was discovered in 1876. The Pteranodon dwelt along the Western Interior Seaway, an ocean channel that would eventually become dry land in western North America. It had a wingspan of up to 20 feet, and its flight pattern probably resembled that of a large sea-bird. Its diet included fish, which may have resulted in the distinct formation of it’s spear-like skull and beak, adapted for diving from a great height to catch a meal.

Tracklist

1 The Sunless Sea 7:38
2 Forms 5:23
3 Distances 4:09
4 Velocity Of Water 3:44
5 Solar View 4:18
6 Adrift 6:03
7 Periodic Rise And Fall 6:31

Credits

  • Guitar – Jeff*
  • Organ – Shannon*
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Producer – Pteranodon


I've owned tons of ambient albums, but this one is like a religious experience for me. Something about the driftiness, timelessness and deep melancholy of the drones – created mainly by guitar (presumably the Fender Jazzmaster that Jeff used in his other bands) – just hits all of the right buttons in the core of my being. Perhaps knowing that the band members were in one of the finest shoegaze / dream pop acts of the '90s (Volplane) and one of the finest noise rock / indie rock / post-punk bands of the '00s (Bright Channel) gives their ambient excursions a tinge of extra menace in my mind. It's like when you hear Sonic Youth do some ambient instrumental forays, and you have their other songs clanging around in the back of your head, enriching said ambient instro forays. And the fact that I've been a dinosaur geek since the early '80s means the name of this project earned extra points from me. "The Sunless Sea," "Distances," and "Adrift" are the two standout tracks every ambient devotee should immediately buy or hear, the latter featuring a high, choral type keyboard part in the background. All the tracks are drenched in endless reverb. Packaged in a beautifully minimalistic, silvery gatefold cardsleeve with images of thistle flowers. I bought this from Jeff & Shannon's label, Flight Approved, probably right after or right before interviewing them (while they were doing their Bright Channel Project) in 2003.