Which was the deadliest dinosaur poun...

Which was the deadliest dinosaur pound for pound? Meaning the same size

Created by dinotrek27 on Nov 8, 2011

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Velociraptor

Ankylosaurus

Triceratops

Therizinosaurus

Allosaurus

Spinosaurus

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“God is good, All the time”

Since: Nov 11

Singapore

#1 Nov 8, 2011
What I meant if that if you could shrink or expand all dinosaurus to the same size, lets say, 6 metres, which dinosaur would be the deadliest?

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#2 Nov 8, 2011
Deadliest to what?human?
Crazy Fish

Cockermouth, UK

#3 Nov 8, 2011
genius poll, now tyrannoaurus fanboys are complete screwed
im serious
the experts are mistaken

Blacklick, OH

#4 Nov 9, 2011
Fartasaurus Rex. Small but deadly.
Crazy Fish

Cockermouth, UK

#5 Nov 10, 2011

“God is good, All the time”

Since: Nov 11

Singapore

#6 Nov 10, 2011
Balaur wrote:
Deadliest to what?human?
To each other. My apologies to T-Rex fans, cuz I was sorta thinking about its puny arms...

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#7 Nov 10, 2011
The Velociraptor especially in a pack

“Taste my purging steel”

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#8 Nov 10, 2011
Any raptor kind, as big theropods only advantage is their size, raptors have brains, claws, ect.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#9 Nov 10, 2011
Giganotosaurus wrote:
Any raptor kind, as big theropods only advantage is their size, raptors have brains, claws, ect.
That's right if a T-Rex and a Velociraptor was the same size it would be 60/40 for the raptor

Since: Feb 11

The Pas, Canada

#10 Nov 10, 2011
Balaur wrote:
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That's right if a T-Rex and a Velociraptor was the same size it would be 60/40 for the raptor
Thats debatable. larger animals are usually more robust and stronger if increased or decreased to the size of a smaller animal. In all reality though, you couldn't super size a velociraptor to the size of a t.rex tohough (due to square cub law). Thus you would have to down size the t.rex which thus significantly increases its strength in relation to size. The t.rex would be stronger but I think that raptors use of claws and ability to jump would give it the advantage.

Since: Nov 10

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#11 Nov 10, 2011
Mattking rex wrote:
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Thats debatable. larger animals are usually more robust and stronger if increased or decreased to the size of a smaller animal. In all reality though, you couldn't super size a velociraptor to the size of a t.rex tohough (due to square cub law). Thus you would have to down size the t.rex which thus significantly increases its strength in relation to size. The t.rex would be stronger but I think that raptors use of claws and ability to jump would give it the advantage.
idk... rex's jaws would obviously still crush the raptor in one bite and not to mention a scaled down t rex is also going to be much faster and is going to be able to jump higher, probably much faster than the raptor who probably could barely even run as fast as a regular rex(once again, because of your square cube law)

“God is good, All the time”

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Singapore

#12 Nov 10, 2011
ninjasaurus rex wrote:
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idk... rex's jaws would obviously still crush the raptor in one bite and not to mention a scaled down t rex is also going to be much faster and is going to be able to jump higher, probably much faster than the raptor who probably could barely even run as fast as a regular rex(once again, because of your square cube law)
Ah but you see, T-Rex was never really built for fast running in the first place. It was heavy and unmanoeverable compared to the raptor which was built for speed and ninja-agility. Its arms are also a severe handicap now as they are utterly useless towards a creature of similar size. The raptor was like a walking Swiss army knife. It had all the skills necessary to take down a creature larger or a similar size as itself. While all T-Rex once needed was a bite, now it needed at least 3 to wound the raptor. Remember, raptors are built to take on big prey and thus are surprisingly robust creatures. The T-Rex on the other hand, has probably never faced a creature its own size with such a deadly toolkit. the raptor has the advantage in this match.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#13 Nov 11, 2011
ninjasaurus rex wrote:
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idk... rex's jaws would obviously still crush the raptor in one bite and not to mention a scaled down t rex is also going to be much faster and is going to be able to jump higher, probably much faster than the raptor who probably could barely even run as fast as a regular rex(once again, because of your square cube law)
Look at the legs of both,now look at the body of both what you will see is:they Rex have large legs but must support a gigantic body while the raptor is VERY slender with long legs therefore Raptors would be faster more agile and manuverable,and have MUCH MUCH more weaponry than a T-Rex does,scaling down T-Rex means the bites ore is decreased so it would need about 2 bites to kill a raptor and the agile raptor scaled up is like a laser gun turned into an Ion cannon,now with size,weaponry,speed,brain power on it's side it would have an advantage over T-Rex

“God is good, All the time”

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Singapore

#14 Nov 11, 2011
Face it ninjasaur rex T-Rex is screwed in this match.

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#15 Nov 11, 2011
Dino trek, you are officially my best friend here.
dinotrek27

Blacklick, OH

#16 Nov 11, 2011
Crotalus Cerastes wrote:
Dino trek, you are officially my best friend here.
Our condolences to dinotrek27.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#17 Nov 11, 2011
Crotalus Cerastes wrote:
Dino trek, you are officially my best friend here.
Should be my best friend too but that doesn't stop us from fair debating Right?

Since: Feb 11

The Pas, Canada

#18 Nov 11, 2011
Balaur wrote:
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Should be my best friend too but that doesn't stop us from fair debating Right?
YES

:P

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#19 Nov 11, 2011
dinotrek27 wrote:
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Our condolences to dinotrek27.
Dinotrek, meat TEAM. TEAM stands for "the experts are mistaken". He is the forum's troll, if you hadn't figured that out already. Basically, he doesn't do anything but annoy you. Just make sure you don't feed him, our he'll come back to your house begging for food. I'm not even joking. It's happened to me three times.

Since: Feb 11

The Pas, Canada

#21 Nov 12, 2011
Nitrox wrote:
<quoted text>Dinotrek, meat TEAM. TEAM stands for "the experts are mistaken". He is the forum's troll, if you hadn't figured that out already. Basically, he doesn't do anything but annoy you. Just make sure you don't feed him, our he'll come back to your house begging for food. I'm not even joking. It's happened to me three times.
He's come to your house and begged for food?

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