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Saurophaganax maximus
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Tyrannosaurus rex
84.62%
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Saurophaganax maximus v Tyrannosaurus rex
#16
going from this comparison of the North American giant theropods https://www.deviantart.com/veterufreak/a...-691766198 Tyrannosaurus is much larger than Sauro this does seem like a mismatch
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#17
Ugh .. Mismatch . Size, bite force etc.. T-Rex slaughters ...
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#18
(01-17-2019, 07:24 AM)TheSpinoRex Wrote:
(08-20-2018, 01:18 AM)Mondus Wrote: T. rex 100% takes this, undoubtedly. The T. rex has strong jaws that can crush the opponent clean in half which it probably does and saurophanagax is like 6 times less heavy than the gigantic towering and superior weapons Tyrannosaurus Rex. Once again the T. rex can use its claws or jaws to bite the legs and tail off of the opponent and crush its head and have a nice theropod meal.

This is physically fucking impossible. Get out of this forum.

Its bait dont fall for it.
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#19
Is it necessary, to be so profane?
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#20
What if we would put a smaller t-rex specimen against saurophagonax? For example, Stan instead of Sue. Though, Stan would most likely defeat saurophagonax just as well.
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#21
(01-20-2019, 10:00 AM)Cryolophosaurus Wrote: What if we would put a smaller t-rex specimen against saurophagonax? For example, Stan instead of Sue. Though, Stan would most likely defeat saurophagonax just as well.
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Stan is smaller than Sue but even then Stan is around 11.7 meters long and is estimated to weigh around 7722 kgs https://www.deviantart.com/franoys/art/T...-718711449 while Saura is around 10.7 meters long https://www.deviantart.com/franoys/art/A...-778663428  Franoys has not done a GDI on Sauro yet but it has been estimated to be around 4.5 tons in the past. So even Stan is much larger than Sauro that wikipedia chart is quite out of date so much on wiki needs updating but when ever you try to up date it it always reverts back to how it was.
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#22
Despite Allosaurus Maximus being the king of north America in the Jurassic period... it doesn't stand a change against a mature Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Allosaurus Maximus is often estimated at 4100 kg. Tyrannosaurus Rex is estimated at 18 yo at 7500-7700 kg. Tyrannosaurus enjoys also an height advantage. It's clearly a missmatch. It would be more intersting (and fair) with a pair of A. Maximus vs a single Tyrannosaurus.
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