Zero Percent Wrong

Doha, Qatar

#21 Feb 9, 2013
Spinosaurusking wrote:
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More reasons spinosaurus would win:
1. It is possible that it could smash through steel, so it must be very strong, and Are you stupid?! Spino has huge arms! It would definitely be able to snap a trex's neck.
2. It had more teeth than t-Rex, so when it bit it there would be a lot more damage than if a trex bit the spinosaurus
You guys are all wrong and look stupid!
What use is force if you can't reach the target body (there aren't any studies to prove the steel-smashing thing either)? Any decent scale would show that T.rex's neck was taller than the Spino's wrists. Also, do read my point once more. Theropod arms weren't meant for gripping heavy objects.

2. Pelecanimimus had 220 teeth, so it obviously had a stronger bite than any of the other theropods (sarcasm intended).

3. You know who's stupid? http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/tv_shows/regula...
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#22 Feb 9, 2013
Spinosaurus wins, it's arms were stronger you stupid T-Rex fanboys. You watched YouTube. And Jurassic Park is real.
PredatorX

Pasco, WA

#23 Feb 9, 2013
Zero Percent Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>What use is force if you can't reach the target body (there aren't any studies to prove the steel-smashing thing either)? Any decent scale would show that T.rex's neck was taller than the Spino's wrists. Also, do read my point once more. Theropod arms weren't meant for gripping heavy objects.
2. Pelecanimimus had 220 teeth, so it obviously had a stronger bite than any of the other theropods (sarcasm intended).
3. You know who's stupid? http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/tv_shows/regula...
Stamina?That is not certain with Spinosaurus.Be more specific with strength.Spinosaurus had more power.Yet does not have serrated teeth.Could crush the neck with only 0.2 tons!Your not the idiot.They are.

Tyrannosaurus would have too get to the sail.And the teeth.If T.Rex gets bitten in the throat it could die.

The massive blood loss would be devastating.Also Spino could crush T.Rex with it's size.And bulldoze it.

Truly Spinosaurus would win. 55/45 Spinosaurus.
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#24 Feb 9, 2013
RIGHT!!! the others are just stupid T-Rex fanboys!!! spino wins
Zero Percent Wrong

Doha, Qatar

#25 Feb 10, 2013
PredatorX wrote:
<quoted text>Stamina?That is not certain with Spinosaurus.Be more specific with strength.Spinosaurus had more power.Yet does not have serrated teeth.Could crush the neck with only 0.2 tons!Your not the idiot.They are.
Tyrannosaurus would have too get to the sail.And the teeth.If T.Rex gets bitten in the throat it could die.
The massive blood loss would be devastating.Also Spino could crush T.Rex with it's size.And bulldoze it.
Truly Spinosaurus would win. 55/45 Spinosaurus.
1. You might want to elaborate on stamina,'cause I don't recall mentioning it.(Though it won't be easy to walk around with a gigantic hump/sail on your back, that I can say.)

2. Not necessarily, a bite to the neck by the Tyranno is more than enough, you know why.

3. Crush with size? Elaborate please, I wouldn't imagine Spinosaurus charging with its narrow head (or risk falling down, which is also a threat for Tyranno but the Tyranno can hit with larger force from a shorter distance).

4. I'm still favouring the Tyrannosaurus, by a short margin. The Tyrannosaurus has all the useful weaponry (and on a less important note intelligence, speed that is unnecessary for a head-on battle), probable agility, senses) while the Spinosaurus has size, not even by a ginormicous margin.

5. Please do read both my posts on arms. And definitely the tooth one, haha.
Zero Percent Wrong

Doha, Qatar

#26 Feb 10, 2013
DinoRex wrote:
Spinosaurus wins, it's arms were stronger you stupid T-Rex fanboys. You watched YouTube. And Jurassic Park is real.
Jurassic Park is a science-fiction movie directed by Steven Spielberg, popular for using special effects in his movies.

So it's totally legit that a movie made for commercial profit is 100% genuine, right?
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#27 Feb 10, 2013
go go spiny!!!!
Allosaurus Rex

United States

#28 Feb 10, 2013
Zero Percent Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>1. You might want to elaborate on stamina,'cause I don't recall mentioning it.(Though it won't be easy to walk around with a gigantic hump/sail on your back, that I can say.)
2. Not necessarily, a bite to the neck by the Tyranno is more than enough, you know why.
3. Crush with size? Elaborate please, I wouldn't imagine Spinosaurus charging with its narrow head (or risk falling down, which is also a threat for Tyranno but the Tyranno can hit with larger force from a shorter distance).
4. I'm still favouring the Tyrannosaurus, by a short margin. The Tyrannosaurus has all the useful weaponry (and on a less important note intelligence, speed that is unnecessary for a head-on battle), probable agility, senses) while the Spinosaurus has size, not even by a ginormicous margin.
5. Please do read both my posts on arms. And definitely the tooth one, haha.
Spinosaurus.

Intelligence won't help.And Spinosaurus could hang on because a specimen shows that it could be robust than thought.Although it's teeth show only 18.7-19.0.Which means Tyrannosaurus does not have the teeth design advantage which concludes the LTM.So Spinosaurus.Tyrannosaurus's underbelly was the least stabilized.Because if weight.Spinosaurus could know this.So it could damage the digestive system.And puncture blood loss.

Tyrannosaurus's LTM was designed to crush heavy bone and fat.But Spinosaurus's was for another reason.Too interrogate it's long crocodile like mouth.

this means Spinosaurus could as well do heavy duty work.While being outmatched.Spino' could could snap a bone.(At least try.If it fails too,than it could cause massive blood loss).Which could kill T.Rex.

ZPW.You might be 1PW.Because in my opinion.Spinosaurus wins 51/49.

I like too debate.
PredatorX

United States

#29 Feb 10, 2013
PredatorX wrote:
<quoted text>Spinosaurus.
Intelligence won't help.And Spinosaurus could hang on because a specimen shows that it could be robust than thought.Although it's teeth show only 18.7-19.0.Which means Tyrannosaurus does not have the teeth design advantage which concludes the LTM.So Spinosaurus.Tyrannosaurus's underbelly was the least stabilized.Because if weight.Spinosaurus could know this.So it could damage the digestive system.And puncture blood loss.
Tyrannosaurus's LTM was designed to crush heavy bone and fat.But Spinosaurus's was for another reason.Too interrogate it's long crocodile like mouth.
this means Spinosaurus could as well do heavy duty work.While being outmatched.Spino' could could snap a bone.(At least try.If it fails too,than it could cause massive blood loss).Which could kill T.Rex.
ZPW.You might be 1PW.Because in my opinion.Spinosaurus wins 51/49.
I like too debate.
Name got cut off.
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#30 Feb 10, 2013
Oh, yeah spinosaurus wins BIG GAME
Zero Percent Wrong

Doha, Qatar

#31 Feb 11, 2013
Allosaurus Rex wrote:
<quoted text>And Spinosaurus could hang on because a specimen shows that it could be robust than thought.
Although it's teeth show only 18.7-19.0.Which means Tyrannosaurus does not have the teeth design advantage which concludes the LTM.So Spinosaurus.
1. AFAIK we have only 6 partial Spino specimens at the moment, so it would probably be as robust as it was always thought to be, as of the recent times.
Also, it would be kind of you to explain the next sentence, which I haven't comprehended well. So sorry for that. >_<
Allosaurus Rex wrote:
<quoted text>Tyrannosaurus's underbelly was the least stabilized.Because if weight.Spinosaurus could know this.So it could damage the digestive system.And puncture blood loss.
2. I wouldn't say that Tyranno had bad belly protection. Tyrannosaurus is suggested to have well-developed GASTRALIA (belly-ribs), probably to minimize strain while lying down or minimizing injuries. Besides, won't you think it's highly unlikely for theropods of similar heights for having to crouch down (ultimately exposing their own weak spots) in a vain attempt to lunge at the belly?
Allosaurus Rex wrote:
<quoted text>Tyrannosaurus's LTM was designed to crush heavy bone and fat.But Spinosaurus's was for another reason.Too interrogate it's long crocodile like mouth.
3. Although you have given an interesting point that the long Spino jaws could prolly interrogate attack, but I honestly don't see if it can take blows to the jaw for a more than a few half-minutes. It would be better off in offense than defense, IMO.
Allosaurus Rex wrote:
<quoted text>I like too debate.
So do I, and I definitely like healthy debates. And on a side note, ZPW is a misnomer (misleading term about me in reality). ;)
PredatorX

Pasco, WA

#32 Feb 11, 2013
Zero Percent Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>1. AFAIK we have only 6 partial Spino specimens at the moment, so it would probably be as robust as it was always thought to be, as of the recent times.
Also, it would be kind of you to explain the next sentence, which I haven't comprehended well. So sorry for that. >_<
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2. I wouldn't say that Tyranno had bad belly protection. Tyrannosaurus is suggested to have well-developed GASTRALIA (belly-ribs), probably to minimize strain while lying down or minimizing injuries. Besides, won't you think it's highly unlikely for theropods of similar heights for having to crouch down (ultimately exposing their own weak spots) in a vain attempt to lunge at the belly?
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3. Although you have given an interesting point that the long Spino jaws could prolly interrogate attack, but I honestly don't see if it can take blows to the jaw for a more than a few half-minutes. It would be better off in offense than defense, IMO.
<quoted text>So do I, and I definitely like healthy debates. And on a side note, ZPW is a misnomer (misleading term about me in reality). ;)
Awesome.
PredatorX

Pasco, WA

#33 Feb 11, 2013
Now,you give facts and i'll question.After school i'll be doing some research :)
DinoRex

United States

#34 Feb 11, 2013
To elementary school?
PredatorX

Pasco, WA

#35 Feb 11, 2013
No. Now please go away.
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#36 Feb 11, 2013
Im contributing. LOL.
PredatorX

United States

#37 Feb 12, 2013
Okay Rexby, you give some facts.
DinoRex

Honolulu, HI

#38 Feb 12, 2013
OK. spinosaurus would win because before T.Rex bites, spinosaurus would stab it down, and after T.Rex is almost down, spinosaurus would use its legs and beat T.Rex up. GO GO SPINY!!!
Tyrannosaurus rex

Chennai, India

#39 Feb 13, 2013
trex wins
Zero Percent Wrong

Doha, Qatar

#40 Feb 13, 2013
DinoRex wrote:
OK. spinosaurus would win because before T.Rex bites, spinosaurus would "STAB IT DOWN", and after T.Rex is "ALMOST DOWN", spinosaurus would "USE ITS LEGS" and "BEAT T.Rex UP". GO GO SPINY!!!
Bro, do you even read?

It is riddled with errors:
1. You said "OK" and disagreed with above posts.
2. No multi-ton theropod can "stab down" anything of similar size.
3. Almost down? WTF?
4. Use its legs? What's it gonna do? Fly in the sky with jetpack boots or something?
5. This sounds more like some raep sequence rather than a scenic battle between two theropods.

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