The fupasaurus, more scientifically known as the fupasaurus rex is common to South America and now South Florida (Little South America). The fupasaurus rex is most likely evolved from the fupapotamus, which was once the most feared species in the fupa family. The fupasaurus was discovered by Mitin Patel one night in Ft Lauderdale. Mitin thought he had captured by elusive fupapotamus, but to his surprise(the next morning when it was too late), he discovered, named, and branded this new species.
Fupasauruses are believed to frequent taco bells, winn dixies, piggly wigglys, and laundromats.