Ferrucutus is a species of ceratopsian, possibly a centrosaurinae due to its similar appearance to Pachyrhinosaurus, dinosaur native to Skull Island.
Fairly numerous on Skull Island, Ferrucutus is a herd-dwelling herbivore, found in groups of around a dozen or so individuals. They eat shrubs and uproot cycads to get at the tender crowns. Ferrucutus herds tend to follow the Brontosaurus herds, exploiting any jungle cleared by the huge animals and quickly devouring the broken brush. Ferrucutus are strongly territorial, and will claim a small area as their own, using it to raise their young in relative safety. Young Ferrucutus are protected by the rest of the herd, who will form a circle, tails in, heads out, if a predator threatens. The dominant male will usually engage any threat himself, and is quite capable of tackling even a fullgrownVastatosaurus rex . All herds are led by a male, who will fight off any challenger to his rule. Young males gather in "bachelor herds," practicing their sparring and eventually challenging a reigning male of dominance of a herd. Fights between Ferrucutus males can be violent and bloody, with injuries and death not unheard of.