It looks like our brave amphibian has found that the safety of the burrow is relative to the mood of its inhabitants.
In the actual story (spoilers) it’s likely that the broomistega was able to hide in the thrinaxodon’s den unnoticed due to the latter’s state of aestivation, a period of dormancy similar to hibernation. Evidence of this energy-saving behavior on the part of the cynodont comes from other burrow casts found with entombed occupants—all lying in a curled up position. It’s likely that thrinaxodon would wait out the dry, harsh weather and emerge when conditions became more favorable for hunting.
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