amine

Blackpool, UK

#21 Jul 24, 2012
babys do
T-rex

Bronx, NY

#22 Jan 17, 2013
Look t-rex would win I will give you seven reasons why 1: it had the strongest bite force of any land animal and teeth that were the size of a banana ang were designed to crush bone which was unique to tyranosaurids 2 : it was 15 to 20 feet tall and 40 feet long 3 : don't underestimate it arms they can lift 400 to 450 pounds wow 4 : there senses were superb t-rex smelled better than 100 blood hounds tape together and it's eyes could see three to four miles away and it had excellent hearing it was also smart for a dinosaur 5: t-rex was the king studies have shown it would kill a Spinosauras easily it could also kill giganotosauras and allosauras with ease 5 : t- rex handled the most heavily armored animals in natural history aka ankylosaurs and triceratops 6 : it wasn't just an apex preadoter it literally terrorized the late cratacous period lastly 7 : it was not called the king for nothing paraceratherium only had weight and hieght advantage but this still would have been a epic fight I give props to both animals
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#23 Jan 19, 2013
amine wrote:
baby trex have a mouth full of bacteria.Brisio
I know
PMAC

Brentwood, CA

#24 Mar 19, 2013
cbbWI wrote:
T-Rex, without a question. Paraceratherium did not have any predators even half as large as T-Rex, so it would have no natural defenses against it.
Indricotheriums had there massive bodys and massive heads. They could either 1)body bump the T-Rex to back off, or 2)swing their head to knock the T-Rex senseless. Thats how they used to fight amongst eachother for mating rights or territory.
PMAC

Brentwood, CA

#25 Mar 19, 2013
Indricotherium would win. Why? Because just the enormous size alone just shows that it will maul Tyrannosaurs to the ground or swing its massive head to knock the Tyrannosaurs senseless and crush some bones. Its just too large and mighty for Tyrannousaures too handle.
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#27 Mar 19, 2013
T.Rex would beat Paraca.
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#28 Mar 20, 2013
An Indricotherium would bulldoze a T-Rex down.
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#29 Mar 20, 2013
T.Rex wins, hands down.
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#30 Mar 20, 2013
Theres no way a T-Rex can take down such a behemoth.
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#31 Mar 20, 2013
18ft/8 tons vs. 26ft/20 tons. Do the math.
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#32 Mar 21, 2013
T.Rex may be shorter and lighter, but it is very agile and fast. And it has a strong bite.
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#33 Mar 21, 2013
lol
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#34 Mar 21, 2013
Paracatherium: smarter, heavier, bigger, longer

T.Rex: Faster, agiler, stronger, bigger bite force

Anyways they didn't live in the same era, but here is the clash story:

T.Rex is looking for a mammal to eat. He found a Paracatherium, and bit it's body. The Paracatherium toots in pain, and T.Rex smashed with blood-smashing crunch effort . The Paracatherium was mad by the ambush attack, so Paracatherium slowly, slowly, slowly walking toward T.Rex. He tried to stomp on T.Rex, but failed. T.Rex ran before he did it. T.Rex heads over Paracatherium again, biting it's body. T.Rex used giant feet claws to scrap and poke Paracatherium. Then T.Rex bit his neck. Paracatherium's body and neck was on the ground, and he died.

WINNER: T.REX
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#35 Mar 22, 2013
You act like Paracatherium moves one mile an hour. Even thogh it was probably a slower animal it didnt move as slow as you think.
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#36 Mar 22, 2013
In fact, scientist say that T-Rex wasnt as fast as people think. They say that a fit human could even out run it.
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#37 Mar 22, 2013
I can see a T-Rex looking around for a meal and spots an Indricotherium. The Indricotherium is eating peacefully. The T-Rex is starving and cant pass up this opportunity. He charges in from behind and bites the animals rear. The Indricotherium is startled and mad. It turns and they are now facing eachother. The T-Rex is circleing the Indricotherium in ciriousity and the Indricotherium does what it instinctively does towards a predator. It stomps repedetly on the ground and charges a little at the Tyranno. The Tyrannosaures runs in for a bite on the side but as soon as he does the Indricotherium shoves it back with its massive body. The T-Rex falls back a little but tries to bite again this time the Indricotherium swings its enormous head knocking into the side of the Tyrannosaures. The impact was enouph to knock over the T-Rex, but before it could get back on its feet the Inricotherium charges at the fallin body and pounces repetetly on its victim crushing bones and eternal organs then leaving it for dead.
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#39 Mar 22, 2013
The T.Rex was playing dead. After the indricotherium left, T.Rex charges and jumps on the indricotherium's body, leaving it's body on the ground. The indricotherium's neck is stretching, then T.Rex bites the neck, preparing his meal. He is now enjoying the meal, and he ate it. Yay!
Oasegenggam

Jakarta, Indonesia

#40 Mar 23, 2013
T rex would bite the neck and if that didn't kill the paraceratherium the infectios bite would kill it.
Also t rex has a strong tail slash like Komodos.
Brisio some animals with poison could be strong like King cobras and Komodo dragons that could kill people without poison.
Paraceratherium is only less than 15 tons not 20 and the T rex is around 7 tons.
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#41 Mar 23, 2013
Lord Vader Garfield wrote:
The T.Rex was playing dead. After the indricotherium left, T.Rex charges and jumps on the indricotherium's body, leaving it's body on the ground. The indricotherium's neck is stretching, then T.Rex bites the neck, preparing his meal. He is now enjoying the meal, and he ate it. Yay!
Yes he sooo played dead and got back up even thogh he had a broken rib cage and crushed organs right?
PMAC

Discovery Bay, CA

#42 Mar 23, 2013
Oasegenggam wrote:
T rex would bite the neck and if that didn't kill the paraceratherium the infectios bite would kill it.
Also t rex has a strong tail slash like Komodos.
Brisio some animals with poison could be strong like King cobras and Komodo dragons that could kill people without poison.
Paraceratherium is only less than 15 tons not 20 and the T rex is around 7 tons.
First of all scientist arent 100% posotive that T-Rex had an infectios bite. Its just a theory. Plus if T-Rex tried to bite its neck that would give Paraceratherium a perfect chance to trample on little Tyranno.

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