allosaurus vs spinosaurus

allosaurus vs spinosaurus

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Evan

Cleveland, TN

#1 Apr 25, 2009
allright this thread is for me alone Wilferrel stay away from here
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#2 Apr 25, 2009
i think the spinosaurus would win becuse it killed the t - rex in jurassic park 3
Gianmario92

Bari, Italy

#3 Apr 25, 2009
Allosaurus would own!!!!!

“All hail Koromo Amae”

Since: Mar 09

Anywhere Out Of This World

#4 Apr 25, 2009
JP3 was innacurate. allo would definetely win.

P.S. evan, read my last post on the thread "prehistoric dragon vs. spinosaurus who would win". please check that post. I know I was kinda mean in the beggining but it gets more civil during the final paragraph. please read it.

P.S.S. when you say you want the thread to be to yourself do you mean that you want it to be to yourself COMPLETELY or just without me? No offense, Im just asking.
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#5 Apr 25, 2009
Gianmario 92 wrote Allosaurus would own
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#6 Apr 25, 2009
well than i will read your last post on the thread and is it something nice
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#7 Apr 25, 2009
and maybe the allosaurus would win if it was the new dinosaur villain in jurassic park 4
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#8 Apr 25, 2009
and you can be on it just dont act bossy or offensive

“All hail Koromo Amae”

Since: Mar 09

Anywhere Out Of This World

#9 Apr 25, 2009
right. I wont.
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#10 Apr 25, 2009
and if there is a Jurassic Park 4 would the Allosaurus be the new dino villian

“All hail Koromo Amae”

Since: Mar 09

Anywhere Out Of This World

#11 Apr 25, 2009
that would be more accurate. :p
spio

Lavallette, NJ

#12 May 24, 2009
yo fricking spinosaurus would pown.spiny grows up to 60 ft long and 12000 pounds.
aaa

Tomball, TX

#14 May 24, 2009
Hmm this is kind of a 50/50 to me..

Imagine this as an analogy. A large grey wolf vs. a black bear. Basically if the wolf is able to hound (pun intended) the bear until it is exhausted the wolf will win. But as soon as the bear grabs the wolf, it is basically done for due to the overpowering size/strength of the bear.

Allo/Spino fight would be VERY similar to that imo. Spinosaurus though not heavy, was just too big for Allo to take down effectively. Mass was probably going to be a huge problem.

Keep in mind that Spino though light at maybe 4-5 tons was still ~50 ft long. It was an overinflated baryonyx. Allosaurus, while being also light at maybe 2-3 tons and 30-35 ft. Was a little more robust. It was built more for taking down animals.
http://www.gavinrymill.com/dinosaurs/carnivor...

Observing its neck shape, one can easily guess that allo was rather powerful in the neck region, able to pull back with great force. However if you compare the S shaped neck of allo to the rather flattened spino neck, you can see that spino looks as if it dosent generate much power.

Constant harassing and biting from allo to the sides/legs of spino would probably be enough to tire out a large fish eater.

However like i said earlier, in the case that spino makes a lucky strike or allo makes a bad decision, it is game over for allo.

50/50 fight imho.

Whoever thought of this topic though, kudos kudos, it was very inventive.

Compared to the ppl who thought up of "ironman vs t-rex:.....
wilferrel

Bronx, NY

#15 May 24, 2009
Hey, I was just being creative! Have you even seen the threads 8 Allosaurus' vs temerance" or "prehistoric dragon vs. spinosaurus who would win"? Those were SUPPOSED to be creative! anyway allosaurus would win al the time.

“"SPINO IS DA KING DUH!"”

Since: Apr 09

Columbus, OH

#16 May 24, 2009
spio wrote:
yo fricking spinosaurus would pown.spiny grows up to 60 ft long and 12000 pounds.
WRONG!! Spinosaurus DEFINATELY grows averagely 73 feet long, 38 feet high, 25 tonnes, and has 20 inch teeth. It has a head 10 feet long.

That's why it wAS ABLE to destroy T.Rex.
wilferrel

Bronx, NY

#17 May 25, 2009
Hmph. As usual you are an idiot without a life.
Tyrannosaurus had a bite force of several tonnes, While your god, on the other hand, didn't even have a ton of power in those jaws. Tyrannosaurus hunted down or possibly even scavanged large dinosaurs, while spinosaurus ate puny little fish 3 foot herbivourous dinosaurs. Thats why it wAS ABLE to destroy a spinosaurus. I suggest you leave this forum for awhile, grab some real info, and comeback knowing the truth.

“Prepare to Die!!!!!”

Since: May 09

Bari, Italy

#18 May 25, 2009
Spino X00 wrote:
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WRONG!! Spinosaurus DEFINATELY grows averagely 73 feet long, 38 feet high, 25 tonnes, and has 20 inch teeth. It has a head 10 feet long.
That's why it wAS ABLE to destroy T.Rex.
what a retard, spino grows to an average 59 ft long, and 9.9 tonnes, allosaurus would broke its ***** neck.
spino vs rex XL

London, UK

#19 May 27, 2009
Spino X00 wrote:
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WRONG!! Spinosaurus DEFINATELY grows averagely 73 feet long, 38 feet high, 25 tonnes, and has 20 inch teeth. It has a head 10 feet long.
That's why it wAS ABLE to destroy T.Rex.
spino may have been big but it was NOT that big.and of course it would own t rex.
wilferrel

Bronx, NY

#20 May 28, 2009
No it wouldn't. It couldn't. :/
Evan

Cleveland, TN

#21 May 28, 2009
no it could not

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