03 May, 2017

The Deadliest and Most Dangerous Dinosaurs

The Deadliest and Most Dangerous Dinosaurs

Taken from we thought reliable sources about dinosaurs..


Spinosaurus the undisputed king of larger terrestrial predators that have ever existed, we find this "lizard of thorn". This gigantic being lived on our planet 112-97 million years ago during the lower Albian to lower Cenomanian stages of the Cretaceous period. Discovered in Egypt, overthrew the T-rex as far as large carnivores are concerned. Its size is estimated between 15 and 18 meters in length, with a weight that is not yet very established, according to which expert mentioned, ranges from 9 tons to 20.

This dinosaur was famous for its famous dorsal sail, formed because the Vertebrae on his back had very long spines. It is believed that this ridge had a function of thermoregulation, being then a cold-blooded animal , like the present lizards. It is thought that the fossils of sea creatures that have appeared with remains of stomach acid Spinosaurus, that this great predator not only exploited the terrestrial environment, but also used its long nose to fish in fresh water. Spinosaurus has long arms with deadly claws on them and they have a snout filled with tons of sharp teeth. It  can kill withs it's arm and snout or mouth. Also, larger and stronger than T-Rex, but a Spinosaurus jaw is designed to kill things like fish, designed for grip rather than crushing bone like a Giganotosaurus jaw.

1. He lives in Africa.
2. His jaws are not very strong and his teeth are conical.
3. He mainly eats fish.
4. Lives near water or river.
5. Walks on four legs, and probably wasn't that fast.

2. Tyrannosaurus Rex
Tyrannosaurus, meaning "tyrant lizard",  from the Ancient Greek tyrannos, "tyrant", and sauros, "lizard" is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur.

Its always believed the greatest and most ferocious terrestrial predator, has been relegated to a fourth place in size. Much younger than his older brothers, his reign is set between 67.7 and 65 million years ago, the Upper Cretaceous range. Both its size, about 12.3 meters in length, 4 feet high and a weight of 6 to 18 tons, as its jaw, which thanks to its powerful muscles could exert a force of 3,000kg and pass through a steel drum made this dinosaur the most feared of his time. However, since although his legs are very strong, they do not allow him to run more than 20-25 km/h. It should also be noted that his brain could double in size to that of other carnivores of their size or even greater, giving him an intelligence that made him more dangerous when hunting and making strategy.

1. T-Rex has bone-crushing jaws that could crush a car.
2. He can run 25 miles per hour, faster than a person.
3. He lives in North America.
4. Length 12.8meter to 17.5meter

3. Giganotosaurus
Giganotosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now Argentina, during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 99.6 to 97 million years ago. Giganotosaurus is a giant carnivore in South America. This killer weighs 7 tonnes and lengths about 48 feet. Its length around 12.2meter to 14.5meter. With a range in the time scale resembling Spinosaurus, 100-97 million years old, it left skeletal remains in South America.

Known as the "Southern Wind Giant Reptile," it is the second largest biped and carnivorous animal the Earth has ever known with a size between 12.2 and 13 meters and an estimated weight of 6.5 to 13.8 tons. It is an animal of strong legs, but slow, reason why it is believed that it hunted in ambuscates or little fast prey . In addition, it is the theropod with the largest skull in reference to its body, with teeth flattened laterally and sawn, ideal to tear the meat.

4. Carcharodontosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus is a genus of carnivorous carcharodontosaurid dinosaurs that existed between 100 and 94 million years ago, during the Cenomanian stages of the mid-Cretaceous Period.

This "shark tooth reptile" lived with other of the largest terrestrial predators, in Africa, sharing territory with the Spinosaurus . Its 12-13 meters long, 3.5-5 meters high and between 6 and 15 tons of weight (the experts do not agree with the estimates) make it the third largest terrestrial carnivore in history. To this it was necessary to add that it was faster than the Tyranosaurio reaching to surpass the 30 km/h in race. His teeth, similar to those of sharks (hence his name), teared at their prey until they died bled, aiding their sharp claws to hold them as it occurred.

Had a slightly darker look compare to the T-Rex and other bigger carnivores. It also had smaller arms such as the T-Rex, although having bigger arms gave it the ability to move better and have slightly better balance. It existed in the mid-end Cretaceous period.
Similar in fact longer than the Tyrannosaurus. Was commonly found in the North Africa and South American region.

5. Tarbosaurus Bataar
Was inhabited on Earth 70 million years ago, in Asia region. Can be called the King of Asia Dinosaur. It is so similar to Tyrannosaurus that some authors consider it the Asian subspecies of the famous American dinosaur. Its size and weight were also similar to that of the Tyranosaurio (10-12 meters long, more than 4 meters high and between 6 and 7 tons).

Its body structure was similar to that of the great dinosaurs, with strong and large hind legs that served as a point of support between the body and the long and heavy tail that balanced it. His "hands" are the smallest proportionally to the rest of the body, with only two fingers.

1.      Can beat ceratosaurus and daspletosaurus
2.      The second biggest member of the tyrannosaur family
3.      Their teeth are razor sharp and can cut through 2 meters flesh

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