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T rex might still claim the title back


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#121    Ght

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 12:10 AM

It was Hollywood, not really accurate ya know.

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 02:02 AM

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i really cant believe you people are having a heated debate about who would win in a 'fight' between your favourite dinosaurs. this has got to be one of the most childish things i have ever seen in my life, and why the references to the great steaming pile that is jurassic park 3? i hate to break it to you guys but the dinosaurs in that film werent real.

Thanks for that info,I had no clue they were fake!They were useing it at an example that spinosaurus was a powerfull beast but its Fossils tell another story,The story of a piscavore who used size to avoid fights.And its beyond that "Favorite Dinosaur? thing,Now its about the truth and correcting false facts.

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 03:59 AM

A Spinosaurus's head was longer and wider than a T-Rex's. In fact, it could almost fit an entire Tyrannosaurus skull in it. Now I'm getting this thread LOCKED, and maybe even you being banned.
Oh, and I don't really see the point of a Spinosaurus being a fish-eater. It was an active carnivore, like a crocidile.
And the JP3 Spinosaurus was TOO SMALL. Not too big.

Edited by sadistic jellyfish of doom, 13 August 2007 - 04:03 AM.

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 04:19 AM

the nasals [of T. rex] were fused, all of the bite force was transmitted to the food instead of some of the force being distorting the skull. The T. rex especially had a very strong skull and jaw muscles that would turn it into a zoological superweapon." Snively said.

It was calculated that a medium-sized T. rex had a more powerful bite than larger carnivorous dinosaurs, like Carcharadontosaurus saharicus, with a head about 1.5 times longer than that of T. rex and this results even from conservative estimates.And if the spinos jaw is larger as the carcharas is than it makes no difference because the size dosnt matter even if the rex was medium and it was in fact smaller it still had a stronger bite.

No matter what you say that dosnt make you correct,Bythe way you cant get a personbanned for no reason.

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 04:25 AM

It would appear that any serious, productive discussion concerning the topic has reached a conclusion, there's little reason to let it continue considering the barely concealed snarkyness of some of the comments. Some people need to learn to disagree in a much calmer, unaggresive manner in the future. Let's also try to avoid public declarations aimed at specific individuals, that tends to cause even more problems that are better dealt with privately.

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