|Time zone: 100 million years|
Size as Sparrow
Sea birds or petrels – shearwater, fulmar, albatross
In the Antarctic forest
About the size of a human-era sparrow the roachcutter is an excellent flier. Its short, wide wings are perfect for making tight turns in the thick forest as well as enabling it to hover.
Its eyes are mounted on turrets giving it all round vision.
Roachcutter feed on small insect.
Roachcutter lays eggs in their nest.
one of only was a Falconfly, this wasp can kill Roachcutter to feed their young.
Male Roachcutter Communicate female by make sound of their voice to Tracking female. then do Mating Dance.