This creature evolved from the same stock as the Birrin [link]
The Pseudoraptor lives on open plains, hunting the grazing creatures that feed on the tough mats of lichen-like creeping plants that cover the surface. Able to tackle a wide range of prey, the Pseudoraptor can bring down much larger animals than itself by latching onto their hides with six re-curved claws at the tips of its four arms. The stalked eyes can retract or in the case of the upper eye fold back so as to avoid damage when fighting or hunting, while the hearing and scent antennae are much reduced and are kept in a protective pouch on each side of the neck.
This is because running on two legs is more efficient in the long run than running on four.
This might give me an idea about they hunting technique: they exhaust their prey by chasing them long enough.
And as always, great work Alex!
Love your designs and the stories you have developed!