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Dilophosaurus vs Herrerasaurus

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DinoFights

May-20-2013 1:49 PM

Dilophosaurus vs Herrerasaurus We will be starting off with the small dinosaurs. For the sake of remaining cannon to Jurassic Park, the Dilophosaurus will still have a frill and will spit venom. However, the 6 foot tall Velociraptors will be replaced by Deinonychus, but there will still be small Velociraptors. The battles will take place on Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna. Now lets get the facts straight. (Well except for the Dilopho's venom) Dilophosausus [img]http://chiron.valdosta.edu/djudd/bw_2dilophosaurus.jpg[/img] Height: 6 feet Length: 20 feet Weight: 1,500 lbs Weapons: Spits venom, intimidating frill, claws Speed: 25 mph Diet: Primarily a scavenger, eats smaller dinosaurs Description: A wily scavenging dinosaur, this strange little dinosaur used its speed combined with spittable venom to subdue small prey. It had long teeth with small roots, suggesting a diet of deceased dinosaurs. It's strange almost crocodilian skull would have a small bite force, not built for killing. Herrerasaurus [img]http://planetdi.startlogic.com/dinosaur_list/images/herrerasaurus.jpg[/img] Height: 4.5-5 feet Length: 20 feet Weight: 1,000 lbs Weapons: Bite, speed, claws Speed: 28 mph Diet: Early dinosaurs and other smaller animals Description: One of the earliest known dinosaurs, this theropod would give rise to some of our favorite dinosaurs later on, like Allosaurus. Sleek and lightly built for speed, this early dinosaur would have chased down other smaller animals and caught them with its relatively powerful jaws. Fight! It's dawn on the shores of a steam on Isla Nublar, where a male Herrerasaurus chases a Plateosaurus. Finally, after a few minutes of running through the forest after the prosauropod, he subdues it with a bite to the neck. Watching from the brush on the opposite side of the water is an equally hungry Dilophosaurus. Stray from his pack, he hasn't eaten anything but old, rotting remains for days. Stepping out of the bushes into the shallow water, he hisses at the Herrerasaurus. The eating dinosaur looks up, not happy that his meal was interrupted. Letting a low growl out, he warns the Dilophosaurus to wait his turn. In response, the Dilophosaurus raises his frill and hisses more loudly than before. At first surprised, the Herrerasaurus now is angry at being challenged. Snarling at the Dilophosaurus, he challenged it to step forward. In the blink of an eye, he spits a stream of venom into the face of the Herrerasaurus. Partially blinded, he shakes his head. Taking advantage, the Dilophosaurus leaps over the carcass and sinks his claws into the Herrerasaurus' body, biting its shoulder. The Herrerasaurus turns and rams the Dilophosaurus to the ground, easily surviving the weak bite. The Dilophosaurus gets to its feet while the Herrerasaurus shakes its head in agony while the venom completely blinds one eye drips into the other. Capotolizing by charging at the Herrerasaurus, the slightly heavier Dilophosaurus slams his hip into Herrera, knocking it over. Digging its claws into the Herrerasaurus' neck, the Dilophosaurus bites into the blinded lizards' throat, causing it to bleed out. Roaring in victory, Dilopho chows down on his first fresh meal in days. He hears a familiar call a short distance away. It is his pack. He excitedly calls back, letting them know there is fresh food. WINNER: Dilophosaurus While Herrerasaurus had a stronger bite, Dilophosaurus had superior intelligence, a slight size advantage, and the venom spitting. While the venom was fictional, this series will be taking place in the Jurassic Park universe. Even without the venom, Dilophosaurus would likely reign supreme due to its slightly more advanced brain and greater size. Questions? Comments? Think this deserves a revision? Let me know.

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13 Responses to Dilophosaurus vs Herrerasaurus

Makaveli7

May-20-2013 2:18 PM

Nice. Like how he was reunited with his pack at the end.

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Philosiraptor

May-20-2013 2:20 PM

I like that too. Nice work DinoBattles!

DinoFights

May-20-2013 2:22 PM

Thanks guys! I just kind of had the idea at the end.

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Rex Fan 684

May-20-2013 3:04 PM

Not bad, I think that Herrerarosaurus would have injured the Dilo a little more, it could have used it's hearing and sense of smell in place of sight. Overall, I still think Dilo would have won in the end, but maybe with a few battle scars as well.

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DinoFights

May-20-2013 7:27 PM

After posting it, I thought so too :(

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x_paden_x

May-20-2013 7:34 PM

Well the herrasaurus were only truly about 4-7 feet tall at max, *JPTG* and a fully grown dilo is about 16-23 feet tall, so it would be quite hard to inflict such wounds of chaos... also congrats dino fights this was a really well put fight :D

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DinoFights

May-20-2013 9:03 PM

I think you might be confusing height and length. Dinosaurs were more horizontal than vertical, as displayed in this picture [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/robban75/comparison.jpg[/img] While this posture, compared to the original tripod stance [img]http://cdn.zmescience.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/trex.jpg[/img] Would have made dinos shorter, it would make them faster. Sorry if you got offended by my correction, as some people would. I hope you don't take it as an insult and keep reading my posts. [img]http://www.prehistoric-wildlife.com/images/species/d/dilophosaurus-size.jpg[/img]

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x_paden_x

May-20-2013 9:28 PM

Im taling about the biggest specimens found, give or take im off by maybe 5 feet but still im close to the biggest specimens found, also im going of the dna mutation that gives them an extra foot or two *same reason the dilos can spit*

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DinoFights

May-20-2013 10:29 PM

New post coming soon! Hint: Huge raptor vs Huge raptor

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DinoFights

May-20-2013 10:54 PM

Oh go rude of me I forgot to thank paden for his compliment on my fight! Thank you x_paden_x!

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x_paden_x

May-21-2013 8:07 AM

Its okay DinoFights, after having to deal with fans who wont believe there team lost... Im use to it... But your welcome...

Life cannot be contained, it breaks walls, crashes through barriers sometimes painfully, but uh... Life uh, finds a way

shambs

May-21-2013 3:09 PM

I prefer Cryolophosaurus vs Majungasaurus

x_paden_x

May-21-2013 8:44 PM

... sounds like Cryptid vs majhon... a not yet proven to exist creature vs a board game... could be interesting...

Life cannot be contained, it breaks walls, crashes through barriers sometimes painfully, but uh... Life uh, finds a way

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