The exact origin of the “Beatrix” is uncertain, but they are likely the missing link between the synthesis of human and dinosaur hybridization characterizing the realm of Morphodonia. A bipedal dinosaur body with a human head, the Beatrix is thought to have adopted an agrarian lifestyle to ensure a steady supply of their herbivore diet. Straddling wild and domesticated traits and abilities, they use their strong hind legs and nimble, sharp claws for planting and harvesting. Their primary habitat is fertile grassland prairies with nearby caves for them to reside in. Proud and powerful, charismatic and gregarious, Beatrix’s are known for their elaborate flower headdresses and harvest-time dance parties.