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    Top 10 Most Powerful Theropods

    Top 10 Most Powerful Theropods

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    James Inkton

    Jun-17-2019 10:27 AM

    10. Allosaurus

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    this dinosaur goes ion numbeer 10 because it was a very fast and agile dinosaur


    9. Acrocanthosaurus


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    Acro goes on number 9 because it was a very aggresive carnivore and had strong bones compared to other carcharodontosaurids


    8. Saurophaganax

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    Sauro goes on number 8 because it was basically allo's upgraded brother and was bigger and stronger than it was.


    7. Mapusaurus


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    Mapu gets number 7 becuase it had very sharp teeth that could sink into prey like knives 


    6. Spinosaurus


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    I know you fanboys might be PO at me but although its the biggest theropod it had huge claws to keep their attacks at bay, and it eats fish.


    5. Tyrannotitan

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    Tyrannotitan goes on number 5 because it was one of the last evolved creatures of its family group and was very evolved


    4. Giganotosaurus

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    this dino was a very big carnivore and hunted in packs like wolves, its sharp teeth were great for slicing into prey


    3. Carcharodontosaurus

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    Carchar was the biggest of its entire family and had very sharp teeth that could drive its prey into the ground


    2. Tarbosaurus

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    This dino was a force to be recon with it had the second most powerful bite force of all Land Carnivores and had tough bones to ram its attackers


    1. Tyrannosaurus Rex

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    The King had a 6 ton bite force that was unrivaled and it was the last theropod dinosaur ever to walk the earth before the paleogene extinction event, and it had forward facing eyes to see in 3D and had sensitive hearing, although it wasnt fast it was incredibly Durable, and was the smartest out of all the large theropods.







    17 Responses to Top 10 Most Powerful Theropods


    Jun-18-2019 6:07 AM

    Tyrannosaurus is the winner by default. Long live the King!


    Jun-19-2019 4:43 PM

    I don't exactly agree with Allosaurus being on the list, there were many creatures stronger than it, like Albertosaurus, Zhuchengtyrannus, Daspletosaurus, Sauroniops, etc. 

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.


    Jun-19-2019 4:46 PM

    Also, nice to see you back again James

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.

    The true shark boy

    Jun-19-2019 8:45 PM

    Great list and I agree that Trex is the undisputed king of all theropods. Although I would’ve put Giga above Carchar (that’s just me)


    Jun-19-2019 9:20 PM

    I think giga and carc should be above rex, since its bite force wouldn't really be a factor against creatures with necks as thick as those two, so it's more slasher v.s. stabber (based on tooth types), and my money is on the slashers, especially when their power isn't exactly dependent on the gape of their jaws, but also their neck muscles and hatchet bite.

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.


    Jun-24-2019 8:08 AM

    The Rex's bite would do a hell alot more damage than the Carchardontosaurids slashing teeth, especially if the Rex gets the jump on them via ambush.


    Jun-24-2019 9:34 PM

    Not really, it would be like trying to break through a peach seed with the front of your mouth instead of the back while your mouth is pried open. Low bite force as a result. I think slasher is better because better chance of severing arteries and veins, but my opinion tbh.

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.

    Kamoebas V.6

    Jul-31-2019 7:04 AM

    I HATE T-REX,AND ALSO ALLOSAURUS WAS SUPPOSED TO KILL DINOSAURS TWICE THE SIZE OF HIM,ALSO THE T-REX AINT THE KING,sorry but my favorite theropod is Allosaurus and also there is no best theropod!


    Aug-03-2019 3:17 PM

    Tyrannosaurus is the smartest of all the giant theropods, his brain is rather large compared to the rest of its body and large by comparison to other theropods of similiar size. 

    Tyrannosaurus is still the KING


    Aug-07-2019 2:08 PM

    Well, a very large portion of that brain was used for it's senses of sight and smell, so it wouldn't actually have been that smart. Hell, even Velociraptor would have only been about as smart as a Turkey (the irony), and since it had a larger brain proportionate to Tyrannosaurus... by your logic, a T-rex wouldn't have been as smart as a Turkey... and we all know how smart those things are...

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.


    Aug-13-2019 10:10 PM

    But Tyrannosaurus would still be smarter than other large theropods


    Aug-14-2019 10:01 AM

    Not by much, and such a small difference doesn't really make much of a difference in a fight. Like say a Tiger is a tiny bit smarter than a lion, it doesn't really make much of a difference because it's not like it's "ima use this rock as a sword" kind of intelligence, it's just a slightly better reaction time, maybe being more social. It doesn't make it a winning quality in a fight unless there's a large enough difference that the other creature can be lured into something or can be easily tricked by the smarter creature. There isn't enough of a difference for that here.

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.


    Aug-17-2019 2:45 PM

    Okay beyond using Brains, T. rex has bite force, forward facing eyes giving him/her binocular vision, and are pack hunters.


    Aug-17-2019 3:26 PM

    Well, there is a theory that Giganotosaurus was a pack hunter, though I'm uncertain whether or not that would be true. Also, this is based on overall individual power, not on pack hunting or stuff like that. The eye sight of Tyrannosaurus is an incredible advantage, I give you that, but of course a Carcharodontosaurids can get by just fine, or else they never would have been so successful. However, here's the thing about T-rex's bite force-it can only access it's full bite force by putting whatever its biting closer to the base of its mouth. Also, the large jaw muscles would keep a T-rex from opening its jaws anywhere close to as far as, say, an Allosaurus, or an Acrocanthosaurus. Now, I don't think a T-rex would be able to put the neck of something around its size that far into its mouth. It probably would be able to get the neck partially into its mouth, but not far enough that it could really use its bone crushing bite force. At this point, the main thing the T-rex would be using would be its teeth, meant for stabbing. For maximum damage, the rex would have to bite from above or below the Carcharodontosaurus' neck, where the neck is thin enough that it can get the neck further into its mouth and use its full bite force. It would have to get past the Carcharodontosaurus' defenses first though. Now with, say, a Carcharodontosaurus, it doesn't actually need to rely on bite force alone. It's teeth are for slicing, it would need to get its teeth just deep enough into the rex's neck to hit something vital. Also, it would have a bigger gape and more likely to be able to bite the T-rex from more angles. Also, if it uses the hatchet-bite method, it could do some extreme damage if it were to hit from above, or even from below. It would be an incredibly high power attack that relies more on the impact itself. A T-rex's bite force would take more time to access (it has to push the neck deeper into its mouth and it probably would take at least a second or two to access its full bite force), and it depends more on what angle the T-rex bites from than a hatchet-bite. That's just my opinion, though.

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.


    Aug-18-2019 5:26 PM

    Okay so the Tyrannosaurids and Carcharodontosaurids are roughly evenly matched. However if the K-Pg extinction were never to occur I think the power and intelligence of the tyrannosurids would have evolved to greater than the carcharodontosaurids. 


    Aug-19-2019 9:16 AM

    Well yeah, but at that point they probably wouldn't be Tyrannosaurids. Tyrannosaurids would probably be replaced just like Carcharodontosaurids.

    "If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.


    Aug-19-2019 5:48 PM

    Yes, that's how evolution works. Either it would be the Tyrannosaurid's decendents or they would be replaced but something else. Also Tyrannosaurids are not not related to the Carcharodontosaurids. Since Carcharodontosaurids are allosauroids and not Tyrannosauroids.

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