T-Rex VS Paraceratherium

“Clash of the titans!”

Since: May 13

Isla Sorna,JP

#170 May 3, 2013
yup.
PMAC

Antioch, CA

#172 May 6, 2013
Paleoworld-101 wrote:
FTFY = Fixed That For You
Paraceratherium does not win...
T.rex aint tall enough to bite the throat you say? http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2013/050/7/...
Doesn't look out of reach to me, quite a nice height to tear out it's jugular veins :D
This picture is wrong. Paraceratherium was larger than that.
Oasegenggam

Jakarta, Indonesia

#174 May 7, 2013
PMAC wrote:
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This picture is wrong. Paraceratherium was larger than that.
Yo, shut up. Paleo is smarter than you, and you always say everything that isn't from you is wrong, LOL, Ihope Paleo would ignore you, you're soo dumb.
PMAC

Antioch, CA

#175 May 7, 2013
You have the lamest comebacks ever! And you get out of here no one invited you in this conversation. Your just mad that im the right one. Go pick some rice in your rice feilds and shut up!
Oasegenggam

Jakarta, Indonesia

#176 May 7, 2013
PMAC wrote:
You have the lamest comebacks ever! And you get out of here no one invited you in this conversation. Your just mad that im the right one. Go pick some rice in your rice feilds and shut up!
I don't have any Ricefields, and I don't care if anyone invites me or not, troll.
Paleo will still ignore you, dumbass.
You're not right, paleo is right, that pocture is right, Paraceratherium is only 7 meters tall and 5 meters tall at the shoulder.
Learn more before you worship a mammal.
imarhino

UK

#177 May 8, 2013
The picture is right, but you are not.
Paraceratherium is a lot shorter than 5m, that is an old innacurate figure. And T. rex isn't 6m tall
http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2013/081/f/...
T. rex is 3.4m at the hips, and 3.6m at the highest point on the neck. This makes the Para' 4.4m tall at the shoulder in the image, which is about right.
PMAC

Antioch, CA

#180 May 8, 2013
And T-Rex was 15-20ft tall 40ft long and Paraceratherium was 26ft tall and 18ft tall at the shoulder 30ft long.
imacheliceratan

UK

#181 May 9, 2013
No.
Largest known T. rex was 3.4m tall at the hips, or ~11.2ft, 12.3m long, or 40.4ft.
Paraceratherium was 4.4m (14.4ft) or 4.8m (15.7ft) tall at shoulder depending on if you use the old 1930's reconstruction or Greg Paul from 1997.
Oasegenggamkomod o

Jakarta, Indonesia

#182 May 9, 2013
imacheliceratan wrote:
No.
Largest known T. rex was 3.4m tall at the hips, or ~11.2ft, 12.3m long, or 40.4ft.
Paraceratherium was 4.4m (14.4ft) or 4.8m (15.7ft) tall at shoulder depending on if you use the old 1930's reconstruction or Greg Paul from 1997.
Epic fail, T-rexs reach 6 meters tall Maximum, Paraceratherium is 8 meters tall maximum.
PMAC

Antioch, CA

#183 May 9, 2013
I cant beleive im saying this but Oasegenggamkomodo is right.
Tyrannosauridae

Castro Valley, CA

#184 May 9, 2013
yup but guys I am acually Tyrannosauridae but I wont be able to post frequently because I am at my relatives place

“Australia's #1 Paleontologist”

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#185 May 9, 2013
PMAC wrote:
I cant beleive im saying this but Oasegenggamkomodo is right.
Right about what exactly? T.rex was certainly NOT 6m tall. That is just ridiculous.

And Paraceratherium was by no means 8m tall either.
Oasegenggamkomod o

Jakarta, Indonesia

#186 May 10, 2013
Paleoworld-101 wrote:
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Right about what exactly? T.rex was certainly NOT 6m tall. That is just ridiculous.
And Paraceratherium was by no means 8m tall either.
No Paleo, I'm right, your wrong, T-rex is 6 meters tall and Paraceratherium is 8 meters tall, there is 3 person that believes it
1. Oasegenggamkomodo
2. Tyrannosauridae
3. PMAC.
Now shut your jealous aussie mouth up.

“Australia's #1 Paleontologist”

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#187 May 10, 2013
Oasegenggamkomodo wrote:
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No Paleo, I'm right, your wrong, T-rex is 6 meters tall and Paraceratherium is 8 meters tall, there is 3 person that believes it
1. Oasegenggamkomodo
2. Tyrannosauridae
3. PMAC.
Now shut your jealous aussie mouth up.
Look man, just cause all of you believe it doesn't make it true. I can tell you with 100% certainty that T.rex was not 6m tall.

The largest T.rex found, Sue, was about 3.4m tall at the hips and the head was no more than 3.6m above the ground.

You still haven't given me a clear answer- why do you think T.rex was 6m tall? What evidence or proof do you have to back up what you are saying? Give me a source that says 6m please. You will not find one. And if you do, it is probably some dodgy book or website that is just plain wrong.

If you still don't believe me i can post numerous sources that back this up and will also ask others to come on here and confirm this as well.

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#188 May 10, 2013
Oasegenggamkomodo wrote:
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No Paleo, I'm right, your wrong, The cow did jump over the moon, there is 3 person that believes it
1. Oasegenggamkomodo
2. Tyrannosauridae
3. PMAC.
Now shut your jealous aussie mouth up.
FIFY....

Makes just as much sense!
Oasegenggamkomod o

Jakarta, Indonesia

#189 May 10, 2013
Paleoworld-101 wrote:
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Look man, just cause all of you believe it doesn't make it true. I can tell you with 100% certainty that T.rex was not 6m tall.
The largest T.rex found, Sue, was about 3.4m tall at the hips and the head was no more than 3.6m above the ground.
You still haven't given me a clear answer- why do you think T.rex was 6m tall? What evidence or proof do you have to back up what you are saying? Give me a source that says 6m please. You will not find one. And if you do, it is probably some dodgy book or website that is just plain wrong.
If you still don't believe me i can post numerous sources that back this up and will also ask others to come on here and confirm this as well.
Dude, Tyrannosauride and PMAC beleives me, are you jealous or what?
I'm right and sue is smaller than other T-rexs, cause some reach 5 meters or 6 meters, if anybody beleives me, you just make them ignore me.
Seriously man, I'm sick of that, just appreciate other people, and the source is from find the data and my books.
Oasegenggamkomod o

Jakarta, Indonesia

#190 May 10, 2013
Coprolite1 wrote:
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FIFY....
Correct, T-rex is 6 meters tall a d that makes sense!
:D, troll.
And shut up, the T-rex is 6 meters tall.
imatyrannosaurus

Bournemouth, UK

#191 May 10, 2013
So what if a couple of internet kids 'believe' your nonsense, because it is just that. Nonsense.

The largest known Tyrannosaurus would be <4m tall with perfectly straight legs, or 3.4m in a natural pose. Therefore, it is a fact that no known Tyrannosaurus reached 6m tall, and an almost certainty that no individual ever did.

I'm not even going to address your ludicrous claim of an 8m tall Paraceratherium.

“Australia's #1 Paleontologist”

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#192 May 10, 2013
I am literally talking to a brick wall here.
Oasegenggamkomod o

Jakarta, Indonesia

#193 May 10, 2013
imatyrannosaurus wrote:
So what if a couple of internet kids 'believe' your nonsense, because it is just that. Nonsense.
The largest known Tyrannosaurus would be <4m tall with perfectly straight legs, or 3.4m in a natural pose. Therefore, it is a fact that no known Tyrannosaurus reached 6m tall, and an almost certainty that no individual ever did.
I'm not even going to address your ludicrous claim of an 8m tall Paraceratherium.
They're not kids, they're teenagers or adults. Bones don't tell you all, I believe books more than bones, T-rex at it's highest point is 6 meters. No known Individual never did reach that, cause it's bones are destroyed.
Seriously, Para is 8 meters. Taller than a girrafe.
If you don't believe me it's fine, and go talk to your mirror or something else.

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