Velocoraptor, Megaraptor and Utahrapt...

Velocoraptor, Megaraptor and Utahraptor vs Allosaurus.

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Greatclaws

Kapuskasing, Canada

#1 Apr 2, 2011
The Raptors vs this collosal beast.
Colossalsaurus Orientalis

Mount Dora, FL

#2 Apr 2, 2011
Oh lord, not another fanboy.
Allosaurus stands no chance whatsoever.
Megaraptor ALONE would take down Allosaurus.
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#3 Apr 2, 2011
^Megaraptor Fanboy
DinoFan

Moline, IL

#4 Apr 2, 2011
Well, Megaraptor reached lengths of 26 ft, comparable to Allosaurus, and Utahraptor was the same length as Mega just a little lighter.
These two beasts could have finished Allo with ease. They were also a lot more agile.
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#5 Apr 2, 2011
Um, allo grew up to 40 ft. it would easily defeat Mega or Utah one on one and would step on Velociraptor, but i'm not sure about both Mega and Utah at the same time.

I go 55/45 for Allosaurus.
JAM

Kapuskasing, Canada

#6 Apr 2, 2011
Just a few years after the Extinction-meateor struck, many animals where desprate for food, but nothing could spot a prey in the thick fog-like dust. But, a group of Utahraptors where luky to spot an Allosaurus. They are ready to charge, but then the Allo spots them and gives them its loudest roar. All of them retreat exept for one. Its roar also drawed a mega and velocoraptor, thinking they could take it as prey. The showdown begins.
Area: Picture a field with a few trees, but everything is covered in grey dust.
The Utah and Mega make the first charge. The allo picks up the Utah and throws it at the Mega. Utah is dead. In that time, the velocoraptor had jumped onto the Allo's back and started bitting its neck. then, while the Allo is distracted, mega jumps onto its tail and takes that off. Eventually, the Allo looses to much blood and drops dead.
WINNER: MEGA AND VELOCORAPTOR
Colossalsaurus Orientalis

Mount Dora, FL

#7 Apr 2, 2011
Quaking Aspen wrote:
^Megaraptor Fanboy
I'm not a fanboy, dumbass.
Megaraptor could've beaten Allosaurus by himself, that's all i said.
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#8 Apr 2, 2011
Which is fanboyish as Allo is similar to Mega and 4X bigger.
Colossalsaurus Orientalis

Mount Dora, FL

#9 Apr 2, 2011
More like you being an Allo fanboy.
DinoFan is correct.
The average length for Allosaurus is around 30ft.
So is Megaraptor.
This might as well be put in the T-rex vs Spinosaurus thread, because this is what it's starting to look like.
Actually, check out the allosaurus vs baryonyx thread.
That supports everything i know about Megaraptor.
Greatclaws

Kapuskasing, Canada

#10 Apr 2, 2011
Quaking Aspen wrote:
Which is fanboyish as Allo is similar to Mega and 4X bigger.
English Please
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#11 Apr 2, 2011
You are wrong. Allosaurus reached 40ft. Epanterias=Allosaurus[although i suppose you could call it Epanterias if it was a different species, but it's probably just an adult a.Fragillis] Megaraptor was 26ft. Utahraptor was 20-23ft.

Veociraptor was 6ft.......

Mah story:

An Allosaurus notices a Velociraptor. It accidentally steps on it, killing it. A Megaraptor subsequently charges and grabs hold of the neck. it slips out of the grip and wraps its teeth around Mega. It picks it up and throws it at an incoming Utahraptor.

WINNER: ALLOSAURUS
Mr Red

Sarasota, FL

#12 Apr 2, 2011
Allo would die.
DinoFan

Moline, IL

#13 Apr 2, 2011
Quaking Aspen wrote:
You are wrong. Allosaurus reached 40ft. Epanterias=Allosaurus[although i suppose you could call it Epanterias if it was a different species, but it's probably just an adult a.Fragillis]
That may be true, but only one forty foot specimen (=Epanterias amplexus) has ever been found (unless if you say Saurophaganax is an Allosaurus too).
And we're talking about what paleontologists call A. fragilis, not A. amplexus or A. maximus.
If you put that in with other Allosaurus specimens the average length for Allosaurus would still be around 25 ft in length.
Not everyone agrees that Epanterias is Allosaurus but it likely.
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#14 Apr 2, 2011
A.Fragillis IS ''epanterias''. Andyes, Saurophaganax is likely ANOTHER Allosaurus.
DinoFan

Moline, IL

#15 Apr 2, 2011
Quaking Aspen wrote:
A.Fragillis IS ''epanterias''. Andyes, Saurophaganax is likely ANOTHER Allosaurus.
There's a minor mistake with that: not everyone agrees that they are the same species.
If you mean Epanterias or Saurophaganax then it might be able to kick the raptors' asses.
Colossalsaurus Orientalis

Mount Dora, FL

#16 Apr 2, 2011
Mr Red wrote:
Allo would die.
Couldn't have said better my self.
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#17 Apr 2, 2011
no it wouldn't.

Velociraptor=10-15Kg.

Megaraptor=1T.

Utahraptor=500-700KG.

Allosaurus= 4T.
DinoFan

Moline, IL

#18 Apr 2, 2011
Quaking Aspen wrote:
no it wouldn't.
Velociraptor=10-15Kg.
Megaraptor=1T.
Utahraptor=500-700KG.
Allosaurus= 4T.
Let me correct that:
Velociraptor = correct, around 15 kilograms [1]
Megaraptor = 2000-4000 lbs [2]
Utahraptor = correct [3, 4]
Allosaurus = 2.5 short tons [5]
It looks like you grossly overestimated Allosaurus by 3,000 lbs. It doesn't surprise me because you've been supporting him this whole way through.
If you may have noticed, Megaraptor was smaller than Allosaurus by only half a ton.

References
1. Paul, Gregory S.(1988). Predatory Dinosaurs of the World. New York: Simon and Schuster. pp. 464pp. ISBN 978-0-6716-1946-6.
2. Megaraptor - Dinosaur Megaraptor Characteristics, Behavior and Habitat. About.com
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/carnivorousdino...
3. Kirkland, J.I.; Burge, D.; Gaston, R.(1993). "A large dromaeosaur [Theropoda] from the Lower Cretaceous of Utah". Hunteria 2 (10): 116.
4. Holtz, Thomas R. Jr.(2008) Dinosaurs: The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages.
http://www.geol.umd.edu/~tholtz/dinoappendix/...
5. Mortimer, Mickey (2003). "And the largest Theropod is...". The Dinosaur Mailing List.
http://dml.cmnh.org/2003Jul/msg00355.html
Mr Red

Sarasota, FL

#19 Apr 2, 2011
Colossalsaurus Orientalis wrote:
<quoted text>Couldn't have said better my self.
IKR?
Quaking Aspen

San Francisco, CA

#20 Apr 2, 2011
DinoFan wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me correct that:
Velociraptor = correct, around 15 kilograms [1]
Megaraptor = 2000-4000 lbs [2]
Utahraptor = correct [3, 4]
Allosaurus = 2.5 short tons [5]
It looks like you grossly overestimated Allosaurus by 3,000 lbs. It doesn't surprise me because you've been supporting him this whole way through.
If you may have noticed, Megaraptor was smaller than Allosaurus by only half a ton.
References
1. Paul, Gregory S.(1988). Predatory Dinosaurs of the World. New York: Simon and Schuster. pp. 464pp. ISBN 978-0-6716-1946-6.
2. Megaraptor - Dinosaur Megaraptor Characteristics, Behavior and Habitat. About.com
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/carnivorousdino...
3. Kirkland, J.I.; Burge, D.; Gaston, R.(1993). "A large dromaeosaur [Theropoda] from the Lower Cretaceous of Utah". Hunteria 2 (10): 116.
4. Holtz, Thomas R. Jr.(2008) Dinosaurs: The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages.
http://www.geol.umd.edu/~tholtz/dinoappendix/...
5. Mortimer, Mickey (2003). "And the largest Theropod is...". The Dinosaur Mailing List.
http://dml.cmnh.org/2003Jul/msg00355.html
You contradicted yourself. First you say that Megaraptor is 1-T then say it was 2T. Are you seriously trying to tell me that a 40ft behemoth is going to weigh less than a Rhino?

I think that Velociraptor was 2 milligrams, Megaraptor weighs as much as a galaxy, and that Allosaurus was really a sardine. Prove me wrong. You can't.

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