Torvosaurus hunt Barapasaurus.

Torvosaurus hunt Barapasaurus.

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“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#1 Feb 6, 2013
Slowly, emerging from the lake a small mixed group of Barapasaurus made their way across a narrow beach, disturbing a group of Pteradactyls who took flight, heralding the arrival of these mighty creatures.The largest being six meters tall, eighteen meters long, and they trembled the earth with their fifty ton weight. Once a numerious species but now their collossal size bespoke their doom.
As the Barapasaurus commenced to feed on the lush forest growth, dainty Lacewing fluttered in profusion. And a flock of white plumed Archaeopteryx skimmed the air above them, alighting upon their backs, to take advantage of the wet gnat infested lichen, patching their huge bodies.

But from the forest a group of five Torvosaurus watched and waited, kean eyes selecting one of the infant Baraposaurus.

The infant they chose was moving further into the forest. Its huge feet tearing up the undergrowth scattering tiny mammals and lizards. It matched the Torvosaurus in size, but three times their weight, would prove enough meat for the whole group.
This was no easy kill, the infant must be surprised at a stationary position, on the move its sheer weight would present a danger.
The five predators closed in, but one of the younger Torvosaurus made a premature attack, running head on, jaws agape, for the base of the victims long neck.

Abruptly one of the huge adults hooted out a warning, turning the serene sittuation into chaos.
Roosting Pterodactyls took flight in a loud flurry of wings and screeching, as answering calls from other Barapasaurus blasted into the air.
The infant turned and began to make its way back, and the inexperienced predator only managed to rip a chunk from its flesh.
The baby made no sound, but bleeding profusely, crashed through the bracken into the open.
The adults were ponderous and slow to effect any help as the infant was flanked by its predators.
The leading Torvosaurus lunged, again for the neck, but the infant now gathering speed inclined towards its assailant. The predator was caught and trampled under foot, and ten tons crushed its crumpled body into the now dusty soil.
In the next moment another predator clasped its jaws about his neck as yet another grabbed at the tail.
The huge infant stumbled and crashed to the ground amid the crack of cycad trees and flying sand.
The predator who made the fatal attack, was crushed beneath the falling beast, both legs snapping like twigs.

Instantly the remaining three Torvosaurus, in clouds of billowing dust, roared out a victory call.
And oblivious to the whimperings of their agonised fallen comrade, commenced to tear the flesh of their prey.
Evan

Springfield, NJ

#2 Feb 6, 2013
These are really good! You should make a deviant art and post these stories on there

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#3 Feb 6, 2013
Evan wrote:
These are really good! You should make a deviant art and post these stories on there
Thanks, I was expecting you guys to point out the faults!
rexby

Honolulu, HI

#4 Feb 6, 2013
You should make more threads and more stories like this!!!
Evan

West Hartford, CT

#5 Feb 6, 2013
Coprolite1 wrote:
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Thanks, I was expecting you guys to point out the faults!

Do you mean faults as in typos? "Serene sittuation" you put two "t"s
The only thing I see weird about the story is that after the torvosaurus died, the others would have aten it. But now that I think about it I don't think that would be enough for all of them to eat.

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#6 Feb 6, 2013
Evan wrote:
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Do you mean faults as in typos? "Serene sittuation" you put two "t"s
The only thing I see weird about the story is that after the torvosaurus died, the others would have aten it. But now that I think about it I don't think that would be enough for all of them to eat.
In any of my depictions I expected disagreement to some of the facts or abilities of the animals.?
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#7 Feb 6, 2013
Oh man. This sucks.
PredatorX

Kent, WA

#8 Feb 6, 2013
DinoRex wrote:
Oh man. This sucks.
If you want too be a contributor.Just accept good threads.
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#9 Feb 6, 2013
torvosaurus-a theropod that looks like T.Rex. It lived in the cretaceous period. It ate mostly therizinosaurus, although other herbivores. this giant carnosaur was the apex predator of its time.
Emperor Edaphosaurus

Belvedere, UK

#10 Feb 6, 2013
DinoRex wrote:
torvosaurus-a theropod that looks like T.Rex. It lived in the cretaceous period. It ate mostly therizinosaurus, although other herbivores. this giant carnosaur was the apex predator of its time.
That's Tarbosaurus, bright spark!!!

The only error I spotted was the inclusion of Baraposaurus, being from early Jurassic India, rather than late Jurassic Europe. However, because Coprolite is such a good writer I don't care that much :)

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#11 Feb 7, 2013
Emperor Edaphosaurus wrote:
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That's Tarbosaurus, bright spark!!!
The only error I spotted was the inclusion of Baraposaurus, being from early Jurassic India, rather than late Jurassic Europe. However, because Coprolite is such a good writer I don't care that much :)
Thanks, and well spotted, my bad.
PredatorX

Kent, WA

#12 Feb 7, 2013
Coprolite1 wrote:
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Thanks, and well spotted, my bad.
No need too be spotted.
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#13 Feb 10, 2013
arent you guys xeying up and pissing off???!!!

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