Veterupristisaurus vs Siamosaurus

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NoobMember0 XPSep-05-2013 10:44 PMWelcome, ladies and gentleman, to my daily DinoFight. I always appreciate my loyal readers, but for those of you who are new, every day I pit two of the most formidable dinosaurs to ever exist against one another in a fight to the death (most of the time). Medium division, round 2, fight 21: Veterupristisaurus vs Siamosaurus Name: Veterupristisaurus [img]http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2010/149/4/b/Giganotosaurus_by_Elperdido1965.jpg[/img] Height: 14 feet Length: 33 feet Weight: 3.75 tons Speed: 33 mph Diet: Carnivore Description: Veterupristisaurus is a late jurassic carcharodontosaurid that inhabits Africa. They are pack hunting nocturnal predators that are all black in color and, strangely, they are almost completely silent when they move despite their large size. Because of the lack of large nocturnal predators, Veterupristisaurus dominates the forests at night. Though primarily preying on small animals, they will and occasionally do hunt slumbering juvenile Giraffititan. On one occasion they were observed succesfully attacking a large allosaur that was sleeping. Though not killing him initially, they severely injured him and stalked him throughout the week until he finally fell of blood loss and severe infection, judging by his scraps. Rarely, although still more common than predation on Allosaurus, Ceratosaurus fall prey to the more intelligent predators during the night. The largest known, a male we dubbed "Darwin", measured 34 feet in length and weighed approximately 4.5 tons, some of the weight coming from his partially digested meal. Juvenile Veterupristisaurus are predators of lizards and snakes as well as juvenile dinosaurs of all kinds. Name: Siamosaurus [img]http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2013/044/e/0/suchomimus_by_damir_g_martin-d3fl4sk.jpg[/img] Height: 14 feet Length: 30 feet Weight: 3 tons Speed: 25 mph Diet: Piscivore, carnivore Description: Description: Like many medium sized spinosaurs, Siamosaurus is primarily a piscivore that preys on small dinosaurs on occasion as well. It is one of the smallest spinosaurs at only 30 feet, compared to the 46 foot Oxalaia and 60 foot Spinosaurus. Also like other spinosaurids, it has elongated vertebrae that support a small ridge on its back. It is mostly a yellowish white color with dark blue mottling across its entire body and males have a red face. Females are slightly larger than males. The Siamosaurus feed on a combination of turtles, fish, small crocodiles and whatever else it can catch. Females and males work together to raise young and the smaller males will usually stay behind to guard the juveniles while the females hunt. Like penguins, males frequently form partnerships and will raise the young of deceased Siamotyrannus parents and on one occasion, strangely, two males were observed raising an orphan Siamotyrannus, teaching him how to fish. Fight! A Siamosaurus wakes in his swampy home as the morning fog clouds the air. Having already eaten, he decides to patrol his territory for a while. He walks the perimeter, weaving in and out of the trees that twist around each other. He slices his claws over some vines blocking his way and continues through the perimeter. Thinking he hears a noise, he stands still. The sound is coming from somewhere close by. He follows the sound to see a Veterupristisaurus trying to catch a burrowing mammal of some sort. The Veterupristisaurus hears him and lifts his head from the burrow before turning. The Siamosaurus rears up from his slouched almost quadrupedal stance and hisses. The Veterupristisaurus drops the squealing rat-like animal his jaws hold by the tail. A veteran fighter, he takes the Siamosaurus' hiss as a challenge and immediately kicks the fight off. With a quick charge, he drives his head into the Siamosaurus' stomach and the rearing and unstable spinosaur falls on his back. The Veterupristisaurus wastes no time, biting the fallen Siamosaurus' stomach and shredding it, pulling off a huge chunk of flesh. The spinosaur rolls back over and swings its powerful arm, catching the Veterupristisaurus in the back of the lower jaw with its claws. When the carcharodontosaurid stumbles to the side, the Siamosaurus uses his powerful legs to launch itself towards the Veterupristisaurus, grappling him and taking him to the ground. With a barrage of claws, the Siamosaurus tears the Veterupristisaurus' sides open, exposing its ribs. The Veterupristisaurus counters by smacking the spinosaurs head with its own, leaving them both injured. The Veterupristisaurus kicks his rival off and starts attempting to stand, making it up shortly after the Siamosaurus did. Feeling the sting of claws on his face, the carcharodontosaur roars and charges the spinosaur, using his size to topple his smaller foe. He bites the left arm of it and tears back, his maqhuitl-like jaws tearing the limb off at the elbow. The Siamosaurus roars in pain and smacks the Veterupristisaurus in the face again, his claws digging into bone. A roar echoes through the Siamosaurus' territory, but it is not his own. A turtle tries to escape into the water, but the Veterupristisaurus is pushed back and lands on the turtle. Suddenly spotting his advantage, the Siamosaurus waits until the Veterupristisaurus is most of the way up and pushes him over, causing him to slide through the mud, edging closer to the lagoon. He tries again and knocks him to the edge of the water, but when the Siamosaurus tries to charge again, the Veterupristisaurus jumps to the side and the Siamosaurus runs into the water. Before he can turn around, the Veterupristisaurus bites the back of the spinosaur and shreds its crocodile-like flesh, exposing its spine and some ribs. Using the hanging flesh like a pull tab, he yanks it and peels a huge amount of skin off in one tug. The Siamosaurus turns to try an attack with his only arm and gets a hit right to the upper neck of the Veterupristisaurus, tearing up. The carcharodontosaur retaliates by biting his remaining arm and starting to tear it again but the spinosaur clamps his narrow jaws down on his rival's head, providing him with enough distraction to let go. Unfortunately for the Siamosaurus, all he did was enrage the Veterupristisaurus. His teeth dig into the skull of the carcharodontosaur but he is easily shaken off. Once again using muscle, the Veterupristisaurus shoves the spinosaur down into the water. Before the Siamosaurus can get up, the Veterupristisaurus pins him down with his foot and bites his thrashing neck, using razor sharp teeth to shred the Siamosaurus' neck, ending the fight in a matter of seconds as the decapitated Siamosaurus goes limp and stops roaring. Crocodiles swim to the carcass and pull it into the water, tearing it apart as the Veterupristisaurus limps away, the severed head of his rival lying in the mud, its jaws and eyes open. WINNER: VETERUPRISTISAURUS [img]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_pk-JYuFLNac/SCWK0q2eVZI/AAAAAAAAAng/PiRlYcSHwwg/s400/Carcharodontosaurus.jpg[/img] Bigger, stronger, faster, packing a deadlier bite and more adapted for handling large prey, the Veterupristisaurus had a rather decisive edge. The spinosaur's claws were a great weapon, but the carcharodontosaur had the tools to disarm (no pun intended) the Siamosaurus and kill it.
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17 Responses to Veterupristisaurus vs Siamosaurus

Lord Vader

LegendMember6270 XPSep-06-2013 5:55 AMGreat fight and well worth the wait.

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NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 6:53 AMThanks, glad you liked it! I'm happy with it, even if I didn't finish it when I wanted to.
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tyrant963

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 7:14 AMHarsh attacks but A grade fight lol

DinoFights

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 8:24 AMThanks! I was playing God of War 3 for about an hour before I wrote this, so that explains the gore...
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Deltadromeus

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 12:09 PMAmazing, and bloody. The best part about dinosaur battles, haha.

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Rex Fan 684

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 2:46 PMGreat fight. Well done.
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NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 6:13 PMI bet a Carcharodontosaur could decapitate a big animal with those sharp and deeply rooted teeth. If this [img]https://0-media-cdn.foolz.us/ffuuka/board/tg/image/1334/19/1334191893856.jpg[/img] Can decapitate a horse and almost slice it in half with a swing to the chest from a human, then a Carcharodontosaurus could decapitate a Paralititan with its 4 ton bite

DinoFights

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 6:58 PMInteresting point. Maybe Giganotosaurus could kill even the biggest Amargasaurus with a simple neck bite...
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Deltadromeus

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 7:28 PMAmargasaurus was fairly small compared to other Sauropods. Giganotosaurus had the strongest bite of the Carcharadontosaur, and I really think that it could decapitate almost any Titanosaurs under 70 feet long.

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DinoFights

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 7:36 PMYeah. I don't think it could decapitate an adult Argentinosaurus, but definitely Saltasaurus and Amargasaurus.
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Rex Fan 684

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 8:11 PMI'm sorry, but with all this talk of carcharodontosaurs taking sauropod's heads off, why do so many say Tyrannosaurus did not hunt large sauropods like Alamosaurus? It's bite was many times more powerful than the carcharodontosaurs and, while Alamosaurus was big, it was not the biggest dinosaur out there. Just felt like pointing that out ;)
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DinoFights

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 8:37 PMNot tall enough to reach an adult's neck, improper dentary, lack of speed and stability, small gape and a different niche all are against T. rex. Here's an Argentinosaurus-sized Alamosaurus and the average 11m T. rex. [img]http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2011/172/0/8/feathered_t_rex_vs_alamosaurus_by_hodarinundu-d3jm5wn.jpg[/img] When it comes to sauropod hunters, they always have wide gapes, slicing teeth, high speeds and extremely well balanced bodies, all the characteristics T. rex lacks. T. rex was a ceratopsian, ankylosaur and hadrosaur hunter that may have traveled in small packs, not the huge swarms that carcharodontosaurs and allosaurs did.
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Rex Fan 684

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 8:47 PMWell, that's a difference of opinion right there ;)
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DinoFights

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 8:52 PMStill, the jaws aren't built for slicing and don't open wide, even if it did hunt in huge swarms and adults of Alamosaurus are simply huge compared to any Tyrannosaurus.
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Deltadromeus

NoobMember0 XPSep-06-2013 10:03 PMI have to agree with DinoFights on this one. T. rex is a great hadrosaur/Ankylosaur/ceratopsian hunter. But sauropods are just not his thing. I'm not saying that he didn't attack sauropods, but even if they did live in a pack, the best Allosaurs take days to kill some sauropods not much bigger than Alamosaurus. Also, the sheer bulk of a sauropod will make it tough for T. rex to get its jaws around, and only the smaller front teeth will bite down on the flesh.

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Rex Fan 684

NoobMember0 XPSep-07-2013 9:42 AMSee a possible depiction of how Tyrannosaurus took down Alamosaurus in one of my older posts, Tyrannosaurus vs Alamosaurus, part of the original Clash of Series(Season 1, Clash of Titans) ;)
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Deltadromeus

NoobMember0 XPSep-07-2013 9:44 AMBiting and waiting for it to bleed to death. It is a possible way, but I don't think that they had sauropod often. Only in desperate times do I think that they would attack an Alamosaurus.

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