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Big Al

Milan, Italy

#1 Aug 11, 2009
I LOVE Titanoboa!
I try 2 do this arcade, as just others did others arcade with other animals
Titanoboa is da largest known snake, it's 15 m long and weights 1,5 t
It ate crocs 4 breakfast XD, and it lived in a very WARM place, at least 90 °F (30 °C).
Given dat it lived in a warm place, its reflexes and moviments were pretty fast. U know reptiles r much more active and fast in warm places, right?
Da first match is
Titanoboa cerrejonensis VS Allosaurus fragilis
PS
Remember, in this battle i mean a FULLY GROWN A. fragilis (12 m long)

“C'mon bro, I got TIGER BLOOD”

Since: Apr 09

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#2 Aug 11, 2009
This is a toughie, but I'd have to go with the Carnosaur. To many claws, the snake would be eviscerated.

And didn't A. Fragilis only grow to be 11 m, A. Maximus 12 m.? Unless your sinking A. Amplexus into A. Fragilis...

I f*<king hate nomenclature/taxonomy.
spino vs rex XL

Liverpool, UK

#3 Aug 12, 2009
close but i go for allo.
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#4 Aug 12, 2009
Accordin 2 me Saurophaganax maximus (i think it's a subadult Allosaurus fragilis) is 10,9 m
Epanterias amplexus is 12,1 m long (and almost certainly it's an adult Allosaurus fragilis)
Ha ha, taxonomy is quite difficult, u can say it :)
However, i like both of them
I guess they would fight in a tropical rainforest, with rivers and swamps
In water deep at least 2 m deep Titanoboa would certainly win, dont u think so?
spino vs rex XL

Liverpool, UK

#5 Aug 12, 2009
Big Al wrote:
Accordin 2 me Saurophaganax maximus (i think it's a subadult Allosaurus fragilis) is 10,9 m
Epanterias amplexus is 12,1 m long (and almost certainly it's an adult Allosaurus fragilis)
Ha ha, taxonomy is quite difficult, u can say it :)
However, i like both of them
I guess they would fight in a tropical rainforest, with rivers and swamps
In water deep at least 2 m deep Titanoboa would certainly win, dont u think so?
yeah.in swamp or water the snake would win.
Predator X

Winschoten, Netherlands

#6 Aug 12, 2009
That 12 m long A.fragilis, wasnt that more and exeption? Normally and adult would be like 9 m long right? Anyways, on dry land, Allo. In water, Titanoboa.
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#7 Aug 12, 2009
Well, i think it's an adult
After all, we have only a skeleton of Tyrannosaurus 12,8 m long (but we say 13 m), only a skeleton of Mapusaurus 12,2 m long (but we say it was 13), and da largest Giganotosaurus was 13,2 m long (but we say its adult size was 14 m long)
And how many Spinosaurus have we? Just one. And its 17 m long

“C'mon bro, I got TIGER BLOOD”

Since: Apr 09

IN UPENDI!

#8 Aug 12, 2009
Big Al wrote:
Accordin 2 me Saurophaganax maximus (i think it's a subadult Allosaurus fragilis) is 10,9 m
Epanterias amplexus is 12,1 m long (and almost certainly it's an adult Allosaurus fragilis)
Ha ha, taxonomy is quite difficult, u can say it :)
However, i like both of them
I guess they would fight in a tropical rainforest, with rivers and swamps
In water deep at least 2 m deep Titanoboa would certainly win, dont u think so?
In water, most definitely.

And yes, taxonomy is very difficult.:)
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#9 Aug 12, 2009
Ok, next match
TITANOBOA CERREJONENSIS VS THERIZINOSAURUS CHELONIFORMIS
PLACE: Swamp
TEMPERATURE: 90 °F (30 °C)
Predator X

Winschoten, Netherlands

#10 Aug 12, 2009
Big Al wrote:
Well, i think it's an adult
After all, we have only a skeleton of Tyrannosaurus 12,8 m long (but we say 13 m), only a skeleton of Mapusaurus 12,2 m long (but we say it was 13), and da largest Giganotosaurus was 13,2 m long (but we say its adult size was 14 m long)
And how many Spinosaurus have we? Just one. And its 17 m long
True, its very plausible that all theropods very max lenght is quite higher then we think. We only find an EXTREMELY small percentage of all specimens of one species. I dont think we will ever find near 1% of all specimens of for example T.rex. So its very likely that the max size of T.rex is a bit bigger then Sue. And the very largests exeptional huge specimens that existed could have been over 15 meters long. Same for Giga etc. Or is 1% to few. I dont think it is, cause the population spread over the entire area they lived was probably a few 1000 over Norht America. And they lives for a couple of million years.
spino vs rex XL

Liverpool, UK

#11 Aug 12, 2009
Big Al wrote:
Ok, next match
TITANOBOA CERREJONENSIS VS THERIZINOSAURUS CHELONIFORMIS
PLACE: Swamp
TEMPERATURE: 90 °F (30 °C)
id say titanoboa.
Predator X

Winschoten, Netherlands

#12 Aug 12, 2009
How deep is the swamp. If its deep enough that the dinosaurs only head and neck stay above water the Titanoboa wins. Otherwise the dinosaur will just bite and slash. Titanoboa was strong and huge, but a dinosaur whos head is high above the ground cannot be attacked without the rist of gettingk killed by craws and jaws.
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#13 Aug 18, 2009
It's 2 m deep

3th match
TITANOBOA VS UTAHRAPTOR

Place: Savanna with a big river
spino vs rex XL

Hemel Hempstead, UK

#14 Aug 18, 2009
Big Al wrote:
It's 2 m deep
3th match
TITANOBOA VS UTAHRAPTOR
Place: Savanna with a big river
titanoboa wins.
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#15 Aug 28, 2009
match 4
Titanoboa vs Sarcosuchus
Place: swamp
Who would win? A 15 m snake or a 12 m "croc"?
Marcus

Göteborg, Sweden

#16 Aug 28, 2009
Sarcosuchus would be too large for the snake even if the snake feed on croc´s.

“Titan Predator Of Africa”

Since: Aug 09

Basildon, UK

#17 Aug 29, 2009
Marcus wrote:
Sarcosuchus would be too large for the snake even if the snake feed on croc´s.
i agree.
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#18 Aug 29, 2009
Ok, titanoboa is too much "small"... I always tought titanoboa was able 2 kill a 12 m "gharial-like" croc
It's like a 5 m eunectes murinus (anaconda) vs a 4 m tomistoma schlegelii (false gharial)
2 me sarcosuchus skull looks much more weaker than deinosuchus skull
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
http://www.oceansofkansas.com/Deinosuchus/dei...
Big Al

Milan, Italy

#19 Aug 29, 2009
By da way... round 5
Titanoboa vs 5 gastornis (2 m tall)
Place: rainforest

“Titan Predator Of Africa”

Since: Aug 09

Basildon, UK

#20 Aug 29, 2009
Big Al wrote:
Ok, titanoboa is too much "small"... I always tought titanoboa was able 2 kill a 12 m "gharial-like" croc
It's like a 5 m eunectes murinus (anaconda) vs a 4 m tomistoma schlegelii (false gharial)
2 me sarcosuchus skull looks much more weaker than deinosuchus skull
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
http://www.oceansofkansas.com/Deinosuchus/dei...
yeah it does.

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