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Godzilla: King of the Monsters
This unidentified dinosaur-like Titan is a giant daikaiju created by Legendary Pictures that appears in Legendary's 2019 film Godzilla: King of the Monsters as a skeleton next to an entrance to Hollow Earth.
It's actually unknown if this Titan is actually Anguirus, as the original English name given to Anguirus by Toho was "Angilas", given the pronunciation of the name in Japan, which was changed to Anguirus in the 1959 American release of Godzilla Raids Again, with the film's title being changed to Gigantis, the Fire Monster. In the mid-1990s, Toho copyrighted the revised name "Anguirus," making it official. This name has been kept the same for the MonsterVerse.
AppearanceThis Titan appears to be a four-legged dinosaur-like creature that combines the features of an Ankylosaurus, a Sinoceratops, and a crocodile. It has several horns at the top of its head and a single rhino-like horn above its nose. In death, all that remains of this Titan is its skeleton.
At some point in the past, this Titan died near an entrance to the Hollow Earth cavern constructed by ancient humans for Godzilla. Monarch would later briefly pass Anguirus' skeleton as they followed Godzilla into the cavern, millennia later.
It is possible that there are surviving members of this Titan's species that may be known or unknown to Monarch.
- This is possibly the second incarnation of Anguirus to be featured only as a skeleton, after Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters showed Anguirus and Rodan's skeletons on the Great Wall of China.
List of appearances
- Godzilla: King of the Monsters (First appearance) (as a skeleton)