Mei long (name meaning "Sleeping Dragons") is a genus of Chinese troodontid that originated during the Early Cretaceous period in what is now Asia. Measuring nearly 3 meters long, these scaly predatory dinosaurs are distantly related to Troodon.

In the episode "Dinobirds", a pack of Mei long were brought back to the park from Early Cretaceous China, 125 million years ago.


Era & DiscoveryEdit

Mei long lived in China during the Early Cretaceous period, over 125 million years ago. Distant relatives of Troodon, Mei long were first unearthed by paleontologists in Liaoning, China in 2004.

Physical AttributesEdit

Mei long was the size of an Oviraptor - about 3.3-5 feet tall and 7-14 feet long. They also possessed razor-sharp teeth and claws.

Behavior & TraitsEdit

Like many predatory dinosaurs and all dromaeosaurs as well as troodonts, Mei long hunted in packs. They were vicious little predators.


  • The sound effects of Mei long are that of coyote, fox, lizard, raven, snake, and vulture sound effects.
  • While the Mei long do have a feather coating, they are missing wings and a tail fan.
  • Mei long shouldn't have pronated hands as how entertainment usually shows them (Jurassic Park, etc), since their arms/wings were very bird-like, other than having clawed fingers.
  • Mei long in the series were the size of a small child, about the size of Troodon. It is not out of the question that they even used the same CGI Model. In real life, Mei long were actually the size of a chicken.
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