Giganotosaurus vs others

Giganotosaurus vs others

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PredatorX

United States

#1 Feb 2, 2013
Plan a carnivore to fight with Giganotosaurus!
Graham

South Africa

#2 Feb 2, 2013
PredatorX wrote:
Plan a carnivore to fight with Giganotosaurus!
Mapusaurus
PredatorX

United States

#3 Feb 2, 2013
Mapusaurus could win.
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#4 Feb 2, 2013
Mapusaurus was too knight and small. Giganotosaurus beats it.

“In God we trust”

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#5 Feb 3, 2013
No mapusaurus was slightly smaller than rex, there's not much of a difference in size
PredatorX

United States

#6 Feb 3, 2013
There is a clear difference in bite force though!
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#7 Feb 3, 2013
Cacharodontosaurus was heavier, bigger, longer, bite stronger, claws longer, taller, and it can use its feet claws, knock mapusaurus down and take large bites and kill it.
PredatorX

Pasco, WA

#8 Feb 3, 2013
Okay,round 2.Giganotosaurus vs Chacarodontosaurus:
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#9 Feb 3, 2013
If that cacharodontosaurus will beat it due to its weight, bite, size and strength!!! Cacharodontosaurus beats giganotosaurus!!!

“In God we trust”

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#10 Feb 4, 2013
Charcharodontosaurus is more heavily built, slightly bigger, and had a strong bite, but giga had also a strong bite and was more agile. Charcharodontosaurus would win 52/48.
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#11 Feb 4, 2013
Ekrixinatosaurus novasi is the only species that could have rivaled giganotosaurus carolinii, since it's the only other large theropod from candeleros formation

“In God we trust”

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#12 Feb 4, 2013
Big Al wrote:
Ekrixinatosaurus novasi is the only species that could have rivaled giganotosaurus carolinii, since it's the only other large theropod from candeleros formation
T. Rex could also kill giga, in a 50/50 fight
rexby

Honolulu, HI

#13 Feb 4, 2013
spiosaurus too, its claws were razors
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#14 Feb 5, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
<quoted text>
T. Rex could also kill giga, in a 50/50 fight
No because they are separated by time and space
PredatorX

Pasco, WA

#15 Feb 5, 2013
Big Al wrote:
<quoted text>No because they are separated by time and space
But that does not mean they could still fight in a debate.
Tyrannosaurus rex

Chennai, India

#16 Feb 5, 2013
Yup.
Big Al

Garbagnate Milanese, Italy

#17 Feb 5, 2013
PredatorX wrote:
<quoted text>But that does not mean they could still fight in a debate.
They could fight only in your mind :)
PredatorX

United States

#18 Feb 5, 2013
Big Al wrote:
<quoted text>They could fight only in your mind :)
So like a fantasy?

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#19 Feb 5, 2013
PredatorX wrote:
<quoted text>So like a fantasy?
Not quite, it's essential that the facts of each animal (as far as we know them) are used in the calculation of their ability to confront each other.
The best Vs fight is a depiction, where the emphasis is on the scenario.

Example depiction.

With respect to the thirty odd million years and thousands of land miles between them Tyrannosaurus Rex and Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus have to meet, for the ultimate apex battle, if only in fiction...

It had been a long dry summer and a Tyrannosaurus drank at the waters edge of a receded lake. He was young, but in his prime, weighing 6.5 tons and at least twelve meters long, was a near fully grown male. He was alone, the few animals that had attracted him here had scattered at his approach, into the surrounding undergrowth.
As he slaked his thirst a movement in the lake caught his attention. He watched with curiosity as a huge arc shape slipped through the sparkling water toward him.
Suddenly a great surge and splash startled the Tyrannosaurus and raising himself to his full four meter height he stepped back. As he looked on a colossal beast rose up from the shallows.
The mighty Spinosaurus towered seven meters into the deep blue sky, glistening wet in the sunlight. the massive jaws, more than a meter higher than Tyrannosaurus, held a huge squirming fish.
The Tyrannosaurus backed away even further under cover of the trees and was about to leave when the awesome creature released the fish.
As it lay in the dusty sand still floundering, from nowhere appeared two Spinosaurus infants, who attacked the fish with relish.
The Tyrannosaurus was hungry, and instinct brought him back into the open.
Instantly the massive Spinosaurus bellowed out a warning, and stepped forward between the feeding infants and the on coming predator.
Tyrannosaurus Rex now stood face to face with Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus in the hot baking sun.

The two predators squared off each other, jaws angled viciously as they sidestepped the parched earth. With a growl, the Spino sent off her two youngsters, which made for the shallow end of the lake, half a fish each strapped in their spiny mouths. The T-Rex growled back in frustration. The only way to get to the youngsters is through the mom. And that was not exactly an easy option. At 17m long and 13 tons, the behemoth towered over his 12m 9 ton frame. However, a more compact and hardy creature than the longer sinuous female, the Rex was confident of taking her on. With a bellow, he charged head open, teeth ready to snuff out life.
But Spino had anticipated the move. She was not a survivor for nothing. That was the classic carnosaur charge that she had dealt with tens of times before. And she was not gonna be fooled. She calculated the enemies approach. Who needs teeth when you have claws.
As Rex charged, his golden lids had kept a watch on what appears to be Spino's main attack force, its maw, and was ready to spring back on provocation. Little did he know, this was no carnosaur. Little did he know, Spino did not have puny little stubs for arms. A screech rent the air as triple blades of destruction arced towards Rex. Missing the eyes by a mere inch. A horrible sound of keratin on flesh. And Rex screamed, recoiling from the fire-burn touch of the claws. Hot blood steamed from a tear on his cheek, tickling his eyelids. Shocked, Rex retreated examining his enemy with new respect. Nothing, not even the great 3-horned behemoths, not even the agile pack hunters of the forests, not even the river-dwelling giant crocs had given him such an injury. He observed the larger predator, its claws stained with his blood. He will have to rethink this.

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#20 Feb 5, 2013
Part 2

The Rex bided his time as the Spino advanced, massive jaws agape, teeth sparkling in the glaring sun, blooded claws flexing menacingly. He was not going to make the same mistake again. At the last moment he side stepped, and lunged forward sinking his jaws into the upper left arm of his enemy. The bite was decisive as his huge teeth sunk into the Spino's flesh, and crunched through the bone.
The Spino bellowed in agony as the left arm was ripped from her body, in a splash of blood and clinging sinew. But as the Rex flung the useless limb to one side, the Spino snapped her massive jaws around his head.
The pain seared through his body as the Rex fought to free himself, only the massive injury the Spino had sustained enabled his escape.
Both beast were now inflamed with pain and fury. The Rex turned, smashing his tail into his adversaries chest. The Spino felt the blow against the already agonizing opening in her shoulder and stepping back, lowered her head, and lunged forward.
7tons of infuriated muscle and flesh smashed into the Rex, knocking him sideways off his feet, amid the gathering dust clouds, onto the ground.
Blinded by pain the Spino backed off, as the Rex staggered to his feet.
A short respite followed as the two mighty predators gathered their wits.
Once again they faced each other, blood pouring from the Spinos gaping wound, and Rex, winded, his head now covered in red stained sand.
There would be no quarter, driving instincts overcoming their pain, they began to circle each other vying for an advantage.

Hearts pounded. Blood spilling. Ground steaming as life seeped into its consuming maw. Two predators circling, their feet moving in unison. Shadows rippling across the sunset, the forest set aflame by the orb's ruddy glow. Intertwining in the dance of death. One, ripped from a vital limb. The other, half blind and with brain trauma. The fight is different now. its not about who wins. Its about who survives the longest. And the winner takes all.
The smaller predator lunged first, compact car-crushing jaws stretched open. A consuming void of death for all who stared into the mighty black hole of its throat. He charged. At the same time, the bigger predator swung its remaining arm, 15 over inches of bone-white blades rushing at a fraction of a second, powered by a massive limb, timing honed to perfection by a million years in the evolution crafting table. Timed just right.
The golden light sank below a cloud, momentarily shrouding the battlefield from the carnage. Then, peeping out from the dense layer of fog, it once again revealed the aftermath. Both were down. The smaller predator had its powerful jaws wrapped around the bigger one's neck, splintering it like a dry twig. But the bigger one's claws had hit home, impaling straight through the eyes, right through the brain. And there they lay, forever intertwined in a million year old war. Waiting in their subterranean grave. Watching and waiting to spill blood once more.

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