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#21 Sep 6, 2011
* 2% Others Of Its Own Kind.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#22 Sep 7, 2011
I Think 60% fish and reptiles(possibly amphibians)
15% Dinosaurs(like Ouranosaurus or smaller but definitely not paralatitan)
10% pterosaurs
10% scavenging
5% cannibal(maybe killing an injured,weak or sick Spinosaurus)

“SIDEWINDER”

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#23 Sep 7, 2011
Its diet is very similar to a bear. Teeth: Perfect for piercing flesh, catching fish, and bringing down prey. Jaws: Long, and very strong, perfect for crushing hard fish scales, and tearing apart with centrifugal force. Arms & Claws: Very large and strong arms, able to lift 2 tons each, capped with GIANT claws up to 15 inches long, perfect for spearing large fish and above average sized dinos. Size: Extremely large. Up to 60 feet long (MAX) and 14 tons (MAX). All combined to make a predator able to survive on fish, small dinos, medium dinos, and rarely large dinos.

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#24 Sep 7, 2011
Crotalus Cerastes wrote:
Its diet is very similar to a bear. Teeth: Perfect for piercing flesh, catching fish, and bringing down prey. Jaws: Long, and very strong, perfect for crushing hard fish scales, and tearing apart with centrifugal force. Arms & Claws: Very large and strong arms, able to lift 2 tons each, capped with GIANT claws up to 15 inches long, perfect for spearing large fish and above average sized dinos. Size: Extremely large. Up to 60 feet long (MAX) and 14 tons (MAX). All combined to make a predator able to survive on fish, small dinos, medium dinos, and rarely large dinos.
Strong, yes, but not compared to others, and teeth for snapping slippery fish, not big prey. So its arms are probably the main weapon.

Since: Feb 11

Winnipeg, Canada

#25 Sep 7, 2011
Balaur wrote:
I Think 60% fish and reptiles(possibly amphibians)
15% Dinosaurs(like Ouranosaurus or smaller but definitely not paralatitan)
10% pterosaurs
10% scavenging
5% cannibal(maybe killing an injured,weak or sick Spinosaurus)
I still don't see how it would be 10% pterosaurs? Maybe 1%, even then pterosaurs would probably only be due to scavenging, thus falls under the category scavened.

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#26 Sep 7, 2011
Crotalus Cerastes wrote:
Its diet is very similar to a bear. Teeth: Perfect for piercing flesh, catching fish, and bringing down prey. Jaws: Long, and very strong, perfect for crushing hard fish scales, and tearing apart with centrifugal force. Arms & Claws: Very large and strong arms, able to lift 2 tons each, capped with GIANT claws up to 15 inches long, perfect for spearing large fish and above average sized dinos. Size: Extremely large. Up to 60 feet long (MAX) and 14 tons (MAX). All combined to make a predator able to survive on fish, small dinos, medium dinos, and rarely large dinos.
Eer, that's a bit hyped up.

I say:

50% fishing
38% other dinosaurs
7& Carrion
5% anything else.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#27 Sep 9, 2011
Hey guys,Do you think Spino's diet could include snakes

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#28 Sep 9, 2011
Maybe.

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#29 Sep 9, 2011
Balaur wrote:
Hey guys,Do you think Spino's diet could include snakes
I guess. If it was avaiable sure i dont see why not.

Since: Feb 11

Winnipeg, Canada

#30 Sep 9, 2011
I doubt spino would take the time to even care about such a small bite to eat.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#31 Sep 9, 2011
Mattking rex wrote:
I doubt spino would take the time to even care about such a small bite to eat.
A snake could be a snack and also,it should be larger than some fishes

Since: Feb 11

Winnipeg, Canada

#32 Sep 9, 2011
Balaur wrote:
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A snake could be a snack and also,it should be larger than some fishes
Still doubt it. A snake would be quite small and likely spinosaurus wouldn't be able to find one.(camo)

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#33 Sep 9, 2011
Balaur wrote:
<quoted text>
it should be larger than some fishes
Only little tiny ones that themselves are prey for the prey of spinosaurus.

“DoubleTheClaw, DoubleThePain”

Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#34 Sep 9, 2011
anomonyous wrote:
<quoted text>Only little tiny ones that themselves are prey for the prey of spinosaurus.
And snakes could be prey for prey of Spinosaurus(big reptiles)
giganotospin

Rishon Le Zion, Israel

#35 Nov 22, 2011
60% large fish
10% small fish
20% dinosaurs
10% pteresor
Tyrannosauriodea

Waltham, MA

#36 Nov 22, 2011
giganotospin wrote:
60% large fish
10% small fish
20% dinosaurs
10% pteresor
Let me fix that,
45% large fish
50% small fish
5% dinosaurs
The spinosaurus did not eat pteresaurs, he rarly ate dino`s, and he ate more small fish than big fish. So get your facts right, you fanboy, I`v seen you on the other threads.

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Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#37 Nov 22, 2011
I would now think 41% large fishes,30% small fishes,15% scavenging or stealing kills from other theropods,6% hunted Dinosaurs,3% snakes if it can find 1 and 1% Pterosaurs one flies by,4% eggs if someone make a nest nearby

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Since: May 11

Munich, Germany

#38 Nov 22, 2011
Mmmm...

40% large fish
40% Small fish
10% Scavenges
5% Smaller food (Eggs, dead animals, etc)
3% pterosaurs
2% other medium-large sized dinosaurs.

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Since: Sep 11

Coventry, UK

#39 Nov 23, 2011
70% fish
10% scavenges (Dead Animals, smaller animals, etc)
10% pterosaurs
5% other dinosaurs
5% others

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Since: Sep 11

Coventry, UK

#40 Nov 23, 2011
5% others meaning anything they eat that im to lazy to mention.

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