Was there a bigger predator than the T Rex?
One predator there was even bigger than T. rex, and scientists now say it’s apparently the only aquatic dinosaur ever found. The swimming monster is called Spinosaurus aegyptiacus. It was 50 feet long — longer than a school bus, and 9 feet longer than the biggest T.
What Dino can beat the T Rex?
A Tyrannosaurus Rex might be known for its ferocious bite, but now scientists say a caiman that lived eight million years ago, had a bite TWICE as powerful. Known as Purussaurus brasiliensis, the reptilian predator lived in the Amazon region in South America.
Was Spinosaurus bigger than T Rex?
There is a new king of the dinosaurs in town. As long as a school bus and as heavy as an elephant, the Spinosaurus was the largest predatory (animal-eating) dinosaur to have existed — even bigger than Tyrannosaurus rex.
What is stronger than T Rex?
In the movie Jurassic Park III, the Spinosaurus is the biggest and baddest dinosaur yet, a worse villain even than Tyrannosaurus rex. But Spinosaurus lived 10-30 million years before T.
Is T-Rex the strongest dinosaur?
The survival will be the ruler of the jungle and the rest of the world.T-Rex is known as the strongest dino in the world. T-Rex have super sharp teeth and a very big body. T-Rex strength is the strongest between dinosaurs and dino dare to challenge T-Rex to a deadly battle.
Which dinosaur was similar to the T Rex?
A short-armed raptor dinosaur that resembles a Tyrannosaurus rex has been found in Argentina. Researchers named the new species Austroraptor cabazai and said the creature would have weighed 368kg (800lbs) and been nearly 15ft long when it hunted in what is now Patagonia 100million to 65million years ago.
Is a mammoth bigger than a T-Rex?
While in the image, the T. Rex looks much larger than the mammoth, this is only partially true. Mammoths were much more heavily built and while in height and length they were smaller, they were wider and heavier than T. Rex.
Was Allosaurus bigger than T-Rex?
In spite of allosaurus predating tyrannosaurus by millions of years, significantly more allosaurus specimens have been found. Both were bipedal dinosaurs but the T. Rex was larger and significantly heavier. T. Rex had very short forelimbs (arms) while the allosaurus had longer arms.