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Spinosaurs vs Tyrannosaurs

posted by bloodkiller630 on - last edited - Viewed by 742 users

ok people need to stop complaining, the spino on JP3 wasn't even the correct size as the original , he/she gets bigger than that, plus spino is bigger in comparison, much stronger arms bigger jaws, and more powerful body, so people stop complaing that the t-Rex should of won!

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  • @CaMa85 said: To me the T-Rex in JP/// looks adolescent.
    Maybe the Rex wasn't strong enough yet?


    Yep, it is.

  • @bloodkiller630 said: there is a new one stronger than the t-rex Zhuchengtyrannus magnus, newest dino discovered related to the t-rex, jaws a lot stronger

    heres the site: http://www.history.com/news/2011/04/04/t-rex-cousin-discovered-in-china/

    Correct, however the greatest jaw strength of any animal that ever lived belongs to "Predator X" however T. Rex and Z. Magnus are very close in comparison if I remember correctly.

  • Well Spinosaurus shared its homeland with Carcharodontosaurus, which was larger than T Rex.

    But both are Dwarfed by the Spinosaurus 17 meter long and weighing in at 8-20 tonnes.
    T Rex is small in comparison 12.8 meters and weighing at 6.8 tonnes.

    But I have to agree in JP 3 the fact that T Rex got hold of Spinosaurus by the neck like he did should of meant big trouble for him. Also the Spinosaurus is likely to fight the Rex by slashing out with his powerful arms than by landing a crushing bite.

    Also Mainly a fish eater =/= only eats fish, it would eat anything it can kill it just prefers fish if it can get them.

    As for Predator X its unknown how much bite force it could really produce as parts of it is missing but it beleaved to be around 4x T. Rex and 10x more than any living animal.

  • @CaMa85 said: To me the T-Rex in JP/// looks adolescent.

    There are theories that it's the baby rex from the second film grown up, though I'm not sure if anyone who worked on the film has gone on record about that one way or the other.

  • @Woodsyblue said: There are theories that it's the baby rex from the second film grown up, though I'm not sure if anyone who worked on the film has gone on record about that one way or the other.

    its a pretty solid probability.. sadly it also means that it was likely the last rex on the island.

  • @Irishmile said: its a pretty solid probability.. sadly it also means that it was likely the last rex on the island.

    well they released several t-rex's on the island if you havent played trespasser, so there are probably a couple more

  • Well... I do not really consider Trespasser canon.

  • I own a Spinosaurus Aegyptigus tooth and on its way over to Australia the tip unfortunately broke. So, I think if I Spino tried to kill a Rex it would have less teeth then a old person!

  • @nanotyrano said: I own a Spinosaurus Aegyptigus tooth and on its way over to Australia the tip unfortunately broke. So, I think if I Spino tried to kill a Rex it would have less teeth then a old person!

    I wouldn't call that conclusive. I would presume that theropod predators were capable of replacing teeth.

  • I admit that battle did bug me but it could just be that T-Rex is my favorite. However we don't know the full details,so we can only assume. We don't know wither the T-Rex was full grown or not (i'd like to think that it wasn't) or that the Spino was the right size. We cant really know the outcome, personally i think killing off the "mascot" wasn't the best idea. However the fight could have gone either way BUT the way they showed it in the movie the Rex had the Spinos neck in its jaws at least twice, so it should have been over after that considering the bite force of the animal.

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