Kronosaurus VS Liopleurodon

Kronosaurus VS Liopleurodon

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Since: Sep 08

Legnano, Italy

#1 Sep 14, 2008

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Since: Aug 08

Australia

#2 Sep 15, 2008
Well, i don't really know about this one. If lipluerodon fossils are confirmed to be 15 metres long, like the MExican specimen, than I'd say lipluerodon, but at the moment kronosaurus is bigger, so it gets my vote.

Since: Sep 08

Legnano, Italy

#3 Sep 15, 2008

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Since: Aug 08

Australia

#4 Sep 15, 2008
No, your wikipedia link says that lipluerodon was scaled down to around 8-9 metres. I've read that elsewhere too.
martin

Valladolid, Spain

#5 Feb 17, 2010
actually liopleurodon could be longer than 20 meters
Spinosaur King

Liverpool, UK

#6 Feb 17, 2010
martin wrote:
actually liopleurodon could be longer than 20 meters
Hello and Welcome to the Dinosaur Forum.
Unfortunatly, you are incorrect.
The "Walking with Dinosaurs" liipleurodon was oversized.
In reality, liopleurodon did not grown over 20 meters.
It ranged from 7-10 meters (23-33 feet) long.
Prehistory96

Englewood, CO

#7 Feb 17, 2010
Based upon information that are against the possible sizes and media like sites that disapprove of sizes of species. Liopleurodon was of a species to grow up to 82 ft. This statement is disagreed with many internet sources, like Wikipedia and Dinodata. Liopleurodon was to be 80 ft or more because of the fossilzed evidence provided by the BBC Documentary. Liopleurodon is unexplainably agreed to only be the size of T.rex or less.
Spinosaur King

London, UK

#8 Feb 17, 2010
Prehistory96 wrote:
Based upon information that are against the possible sizes and media like sites that disapprove of sizes of species. Liopleurodon was of a species to grow up to 82 ft. This statement is disagreed with many internet sources, like Wikipedia and Dinodata. Liopleurodon was to be 80 ft or more because of the fossilzed evidence provided by the BBC Documentary. Liopleurodon is unexplainably agreed to only be the size of T.rex or less.
Possibly, yes.
Lord of the Allosaurs

Burlington, Canada

#9 Feb 17, 2010
Spinosaur King wrote:
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Hello and Welcome to the Dinosaur Forum.
Unfortunatly, you are incorrect.
The "Walking with Dinosaurs" liipleurodon was oversized.
In reality, liopleurodon did not grown over 20 meters.
It ranged from 7-10 meters (23-33 feet) long.
Yes WWD said the liopleurodon was "big even for his kind".
Ohyeah spinosaurus

Shepherdsville, KY

#10 Feb 17, 2010
Spinosaur King wrote:
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Possibly, yes.
whats the deal with the petsea UK instead of basilidon youre not the real s.king are you? im sorry if im wrong it just seems strange

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Since: Aug 09

Basildon, UK

#11 Feb 18, 2010
Ohyeah spinosaurus wrote:
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whats the deal with the petsea UK instead of basilidon youre not the real s.king are you? im sorry if im wrong it just seems strange
? i didn't post that. I don't live in pitsea, i live in basildon
Pitsea is a suburb about a mile away.
Nitram

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 May 24, 2010
No matter what you say like any of you Liopleurodon was 100 tons and over 17 metres while kronosaurus was 9 metres

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Since: May 10

Bromyard,UK

#13 May 24, 2010
krono was 9m lio was 7-15 max
Spinodontosaurus

Cockermouth, UK

#14 May 25, 2010
You are both wrong. From what i know Kronosaurus has a larger skull.

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Since: Jan 10

Niagara Falls, Ontario

#15 May 25, 2010
Nitram wrote:
No matter what you say like any of you Liopleurodon was 100 tons and over 17 metres while kronosaurus was 9 metres

The largest species of Liopleurodon is L. ferox, which averages about 10 metres in length and could possibly reach 15 metres, based on the fragmentary fossils. Also, it is physically impossible for an animal that size to weigh 100 tons. IMO liopleurodon weighed about 20-30 tons at most. Kronosaurus, while longer, is slimmer than Liopleurodon, but could be more agile. 55/45 Kronosaurus IMO.
Spinodontosaurus

Cockermouth, UK

#16 May 25, 2010
Ive seen a rnage of body:skull length ratios for Pliosaurs, from 1:5 to 1:7. The largest Lio skull known is 1.5m long, meaning Lio is 7.5-10.5m long.
Medusaceratops

Milan, Italy

#17 Jun 2, 2010
I dont think liopleurodon have a 1:7 body skull lenght ratio...

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Since: Mar 10

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#18 Jun 2, 2010
Do you think the ratio is smaller or larger? Either way, i dont now were all these 15m Liopleurodons are comming from.
Medusaceratops

Milan, Italy

#19 Jun 2, 2010
Spinodontosaurus wrote:
Do you think the ratio is smaller or larger? Either way, i dont now were all these 15m Liopleurodons are comming from.
I think its smalla, but dont know HOW SMALLA

And HOW DA HELL u dont know where da 15 m liopleurodon is from??? U dont realize its a liopleurodon infant bein born from da REAL GIGANTIC BADASS wwd liopleurodon growin 2 ova 150 ft and 100 t! U r really ignorant, arent u XD?

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Since: Mar 10

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#20 Jun 2, 2010
Oh of course, how could i forget that?

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