JP3 Spinosaurus vs. JWD Giganotosaurus: Which Dinosaur Wins?10,465 Views14 RepliesAdd A Reply
Having seen the prologue sequence for Jurassic World Dominion, we witnessed our T-Rex fall prey to a larger Carnivore, the Giganotosaurus in a very similar fashion to how the Bull Rex from Jurassic Park 3 met his demise at the jaws and claws of Spinosaurus.
This topic will debate Giganotosaurus and Spinosaurus within the realm of Jurassic Park / World canon and lore.
Both Spinosaurus and Giganotosaurus were massive predatory Dinosaurs. But if the JP3 Spinosaurus and the Jurassic World Dominiom Prologue Giganotosaurus ever crossed paths and decided to fight to the death, who do you think would win? Let's compare stats:
Length: ~40 feet. Bite Force: 4,200 lbs.
Length: 43 feet. Bite Force: 8,000 lbs.
Given that the Giganotosaurus has nearly double the Bite Force as Spinosaurus and is physically larger, it would stand to reason that Spinosaurus wouldn't stand much of a chance against this Cretaceous Titan. However, Spinosaurus was seen to use its long arms and claws more effectively in Jurassic Park 3 than we saw Giganotosaurus use in the JWD Prologue footage. Could Spinosaurus have been more intelligent?
Let us know who you think would win and why, below!
I say spinosaurus, because it’s a hybrid.
I feel like the Giga would have an advantage. It did kill the Rex faster than the Spino did...
I have faith in Blind Bias
We'll have to wait for Frontier to add the Dominion Giga to Jurassic World: Evolution 2, then we'll be able to see who wins. :)
I distrust JWE cause they made T. rex beat Spinosaurus even when Spino beat a strong T. rex in JP3 lol
I thought the Rex in JP-III was a sub-adult
I haven’t found anything on that..
spinosaurus: the longest land carnivore of all time
jp3 spinosaurus: is shorter than giganotasaurus.
ad that to the list of things i hate about the jp3 spino.
also, ironicly, the giganotasaurus looks more like a hybrid dino the the spino, wich is one.
wait a minute, I made a topic 80% exactly like this one. I didn't know about this topic! And yea Giganotosaurus hands down, Spinosaurus's more fragile jaw wouldn't be able to penetrate Giganotosaurus's robust flesh that much.
Someone needs to break the tie!
Welp, tie broken for now.
WE HAVE A WINNER!!!!!