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#1
Mar 29, 2009
 
Lots of other dinosaurs have challenged/been challenged by Rex in this forum. Spinosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Giganotosaurus (especially!) Allosaurus, and other big theropods are examples. Since some/many/few people have said T.Rex would win/lose, is it still King of all carnivorous dinosaurs? Or is its reign forgotten as numerous discoveries larger dinosaurs and Jurassic Park 3 have been made?

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Mar 30, 2009
 
The T-rex had was his huge and destructive jaws. The jaws are the primary weapon of any theropod dinosaur. Their legs couldn't kick, they couldn't tail whip, nor could their arms grasp and twist like in Jurassic Park. so what's left is the jaws. T-rex was one of the most formidable predators seen on earth, after millions of years of evolution, it grew to be 13m, 6-7 tons, with binocular vision and a skull with power that could crush an ankylosaur's armor. T-rex as a predator had the most challenging prey among other large predators, although Giganotosaurus did have Argentinosaurus on it's list. But I still think T-rex is the king.
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#3
Mar 30, 2009
 
Well, I've read that Allosaurus used its tail to whip rivals (other Allosauri) in contests over leadership.

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#4
Mar 30, 2009
 
Where on earth did you get that from?

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#5
Mar 30, 2009
 
Maybe he's thinking of Sauropods.
Besides which, after something like a century of having its image boosted, I don't think T. Rex is ever going to stop being the king in my lifetime, even if they find something 1.5 times bigger or whatever.

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#6
Mar 31, 2009
 
I'm betting that the largest T-rex found still wasn't full size.

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Mar 31, 2009
 
EORAPTOR
this is what you should reseach you guys are soo in for it. lol

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#8
Apr 1, 2009
 
Hussam wrote:
I'm betting that the largest T-rex found still wasn't full size.
I'll 'counterbet' that.

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Apr 1, 2009
 
Filare wrote:
EORAPTOR
this is what you should reseach you guys are soo in for it. lol
Eoraptor? What's so shocking about it?

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#10
Apr 2, 2009
 
mate, it's one of those small, supposedly insignificant creatures but in actual fact have lots of advantages and little disadvantages

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#11
Apr 3, 2009
 
I know that, but you said that we were in for it, which unless I am mistaken, is used to imply something shocking. So, what's so shocking?
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#12
Apr 4, 2009
 
Are we guys soo in for it? Then why is it that I can't see any threads regarding this big lizard (bigger than a gecko but smaller than a dino)?
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#13
Apr 4, 2009
 
Yes, I think the Tyrannosaurus Rex is the king of dinosaurs, and its most famous dino ever, but not really strongest, largest and smartest. If comes Spinosaurus vs. Trex, I think the spino takes win.
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#14
Apr 9, 2009
 
Tyrannosaurus will always be considered "da King". And, in relation to its tough environment, it was "da King" (I love saying that, lol).:()

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Apr 10, 2009
 
paleontologist wrote:
Tyrannosaurus will always be considered "da King". And, in relation to its tough environment, it was "da King" (I love saying that, lol).:()
Tough environment? Please elaborate. PLEASE!!!!!!!
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Apr 11, 2009
 
Probably talking about the (temperate or tropical?) forests of North America.
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Apr 11, 2009
 
Sakib wrote:
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Tough environment? Please elaborate. PLEASE!!!!!!!
Tough environment as in it had to hunt Lambeosaurus, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Anatotitan, Pachycephalosaurus, etc., etc. It lived in a time when volcanoes were very active. Other rexes were very territorial, so space was a problem. That's why Tyrannosaurus evolved into a pack hunter with such destructive weapons.
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#18
Apr 11, 2009
 
Yeah, a whole lot o' the world's most famous dino stars, probably that's why they put up Spino to defeat Rex once and for all.
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#19
Apr 11, 2009
 
They're dino satrs because they're the toughest that ever lived.

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Apr 12, 2009
 
paleontologist wrote:
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Tough environment as in it had to hunt Lambeosaurus, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Anatotitan, Pachycephalosaurus, etc., etc. It lived in a time when volcanoes were very active. Other rexes were very territorial, so space was a problem. That's why Tyrannosaurus evolved into a pack hunter with such destructive weapons.
T. rex wasn't so stupid as to even think about hunting ankylosaurus. The hadrosaurs would have been much more heavily hunted, seeing as T. rex was built to hunt them.

Give me proof that T. rex was a pck hunter. It wasn't.

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