Diplodocus vs T-Rex

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“God is good, All the time”

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Mar 11, 2012
 
I dont think Rex has seen prey this big before. And no, sauropods are not defenceless they can rear up and crush carnivores and use their tails.
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Mar 11, 2012
 
This depends, T. rex has had prey of Alamosaurus which can grow up to 30 meters, Diploducus is around the same size,

If T. rex ambushed the Diploducus he might win.

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Mar 11, 2012
 
This be a joke. Diplodocus stomps Tyrannosaurus into a mudhole, and then does it again 9000 times.
@Fusionsaurus Rex: Tyrannosaurus surely didn't hunt fully grown Alamosaurus alone. That would be suicide, pure and simple.
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Mar 11, 2012
 
anomonyous wrote:
This be a joke. Diplodocus stomps Tyrannosaurus into a mudhole, and then does it again 9000 times.
@Fusionsaurus Rex: Tyrannosaurus surely didn't hunt fully grown Alamosaurus alone. That would be suicide, pure and simple.
Ok. I guess your right.
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Mar 11, 2012
 
Diploducus is genus, which one are you talking about
Diploducus carnigie and longus will be meat but Diploducus.H is too big for T-rex

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Mar 11, 2012
 
You know,a Sauropod's front limbs and tail isn't much use if it's attacked from the side so I guess T.rex is smart enough to do that.

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Mar 11, 2012
 
Im talking about the bigger species
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Mar 12, 2012
 
Anyways, I think it's 55/45 for Diplodocus. Or 60/40.
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Mar 14, 2012
 
Diplodocus wins 99% of the time. Diplodocus is 5 times larger than t rex

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Mar 14, 2012
 
T.rex would crush a Diplodocus ribs but not sure about D.hallorum(Seismosaurus)
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Mar 14, 2012
 
Balaur wrote:
T.rex would crush a Diplodocus ribs but not sure about D.hallorum(Seismosaurus)
Yes that is true
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Mar 15, 2012
 
Runny runny runny babbit wrote:
Diplodocus wins 99% of the time. Diplodocus is 5 times larger than t rex
More like 60/40, if T. rex lands a bite, it could be over.
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Mar 15, 2012
 
T-rex kill Diplodocus carnige (27 meter 16000kg) and Diplodocus longus (30 meter 22000kg) easily, 90/10 in favor of T-rex and 99/1 against UCMP 137538, Diplodocus carnige is smaller than UCMP 137538 and D.longus weight is most dead meat with use.

D.Hallorum is 40 meter and 50000kg, 75/25 in favor of D.Hallorum against average size 9000kg T-rex, and 60/40 against UCMP 137538
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Mar 15, 2012
 
Celestial emperor Fang wrote:
T-rex kill Diplodocus carnige (27 meter 16000kg) and Diplodocus longus (30 meter 22000kg) easily, 90/10 in favor of T-rex and 99/1 against UCMP 137538, Diplodocus carnige is smaller than UCMP 137538 and D.longus weight is most dead meat with use.
D.Hallorum is 40 meter and 50000kg, 75/25 in favor of D.Hallorum against average size 9000kg T-rex, and 60/40 against UCMP 137538
I guess T. rex would win if it's UCMP 137538, but not THAT much.
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Mar 15, 2012
 
Fusionsaurus Rex wrote:
<quoted text>I guess T. rex would win if it's UCMP 137538, but not THAT much.
off course that much, its a 1600kg like Ocean sunfish (mola mola) vs 800kg shark, who is going to win?
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Mar 15, 2012
 
the only one that stand a chance is D.Hallorum, and in nature only, in death match I can't see how t-rex have a big odds to loss, you make a scale and you realize large T-rex can easily reach lower neck of D.Hallorum, and kill it with one bite.

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Mar 16, 2012
 
a t-rex attacks a diploducus the sauropod stands up on two legs to scare the attacker off but the t-rex didn't scares off it attacks the diploducus. the sauropod tries to stomps on the theropod but it dodges the attack and bites the leg of the diploducus and fractures the bones. the diploducus hits the t-rex with its tail, the t-rex backs off, the diploducus walks away from there but the bite infects the sauropods body, the t-rex stalks the diploducus, after some times the diploducus is becoming weak for the infectiousness bite, the t-rex moves towards the diploducus, t-rex bites the neck of the diploducus and crushes it then the t-rex began to eat the sauropod.
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Mar 16, 2012
 
Celestial emperor Fang wrote:
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off course that much, its a 1600kg like Ocean sunfish (mola mola) vs 800kg shark, who is going to win?
True true....
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Mar 16, 2012
 
Celestial emperor Fang wrote:
the only one that stand a chance is D.Hallorum, and in nature only, in death match I can't see how t-rex have a big odds to loss, you make a scale and you realize large T-rex can easily reach lower neck of D.Hallorum, and kill it with one bite.
Ok agreed.
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Mar 16, 2012
 
Omega T-Rex wrote:
a t-rex attacks a diploducus the sauropod stands up on two legs to scare the attacker off but the t-rex didn't scares off it attacks the diploducus. the sauropod tries to stomps on the theropod but it dodges the attack and bites the leg of the diploducus and fractures the bones. the diploducus hits the t-rex with its tail, the t-rex backs off, the diploducus walks away from there but the bite infects the sauropods body, the t-rex stalks the diploducus, after some times the diploducus is becoming weak for the infectiousness bite, the t-rex moves towards the diploducus, t-rex bites the neck of the diploducus and crushes it then the t-rex began to eat the sauropod.


Thats possible though unlikely cuz diplodocus live in large herds

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