The T.rex and Spino: Why Were They So Close To Each Other?36 RepliesAdd A Reply
Ok, so let me just say this. This post has nothing to do with the fight itself. Please don't bring up the actual battle, OK?
Now then, there's something about this confrontation that has bugged me. Why were the two giants in such close proximity to each other? I know this is a sci-fi movie, but let's look at it from a scientific perspective. Large carnivores typically don't live too close to each other. They need huge territories with large amounts of food and water to survive. This applies to T.rex and Spinosaurus too. Theoretically, they shouldn't have been that close to each other in the movie. When the characters were first attacked by the Spinosaurus, that should have indicated there weren't any other big predators in the area. One could argue it chased them into the T.rex's territory, but the chase wasn't that long. It would have taken them a while to leave the territory of the Spinosaurus and enter that of the T.rex. Long story short, the T.rex and Spinosaurus should have been miles away from each other.
Anyways, like I said, this was a sci-fi movie, but scientifically, this has bugged me for years.
with the new Spinosaurus, the JP3 Spino shouldn't have even fought with the T. rex. It should've been spending time near a river while the rex hunted on land. Carnivores only fight for food, territory, or a mate if they're the same species. Spinosaurus and T. rex have different habitats and food sources, so, realistically they wouldn't fight
"Part of the journey is the end..."
I think the rex is wandering into an unknown territory and then its the spinos so when spino sees rex its like" crap an intruder i gotta get him out" So i think its like with lions but i dunno its only a guess
Battle for territory like hippos maybe
I agree with I meme everything
I honestly don't know which spino and rex should have fought in the movie
either the accurate ones or the jp one
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