Carnotaurus Vs. Tyrannotitan (EDB Part.2)5 RepliesAdd A Reply
So EDB Part.2 is the second battle from the series:EDB.EDB stands for Epic Dinosaur battles.
The information about Carnotaurus:
- The Carnotaurus can run as fast a kangaroo can hop
- It weighed as much as 10 gorillas
- Had tiny arms like a T Rex
- Only one fossil of this dinosaur has yet been found
- It knobby horns may have been used for combat.
Carnotaurus is a dinosaur which lived approximately 72 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous Period. It was first discovered in 1984 by José Bonaparte in Argentina. Because of the bony horn like protrusions from this dinosaur’s skull, it was given the name Carnotaurus, a name which means “flesh eating bull.”
This dinosaur was approximately 30 feet long, stood 10 feet tall and weighed approximately 2 tons. It was a carnivorous bipedal dinosaur that may have had binocular vision—unlike other dinosaurs of the time. That’s because this dinosaur had eyes that were set in front of its skull, while many dinosaurs had eyes on the side of their heads. This means that these dinosaurs probably had pretty good depth perception and binocular vision.
It is also estimated that these dinosaurs were fairly fast. Some computer models suggest that the Carnotaurus could travel at a speed of about 35 miles per hour. This would make it significantly faster than a running human and make it almost as fast as a cougar.
The information about Tyrannotitan:
- Was as long as a school buses
- Lived in South America
- Ate the equivalent of 1000 hamburgers a day
- Weighed as much as Asian Elephant
- Could run as fast as a brown bear
Tyrannotitan is a dinosaur which lived during the early Cretaceous Period—or about 112 million years ago. It was first discovered in 2005 by Tom Rich, Fernando E. Novas, Pat Vickers- Rich and Silvina de Valais in La Juanita Farm in Argentina. It was named later that year by Fernando E. Novas. Its name mean “tyrant titan.”
Although little information is known about this dinosaur, there are some things that paleontologists have found out about this large carnivore. It was about 40 feet long, about 14 feet tall and may have weighed up to 5 to 7 tons. It ran on its back legs—like most therapods—and could probably reach speeds of about 20 miles per hour.
An interesting fact about Tyrannotitan is that paleontologists believe that it had about 60 teeth in its jaws. This would have allowed it to tear into just about any dinosaur of its time. While it’s unsure whether or not this dinosaur was the apex predator of its time, it would have been pretty close.
The battle begins!
A Tyrannotitan was trying to find food,but he finds a Carnotaurus instead,then the Carno bashes into Titan,making him back off,then he roars,that scares the Carno,but doesn't make him leave,then Titan bites the Carno in the neck,but only made a small scar because after the Carno was bit,it hit the Titan with its tail,unfortunately the Titan did not give up fighting,the Carno got bit in the hand,and the Titan bit him so hard,that he ripped of the Carno's hand,but the Carno bashed into him,and Titan backed away,and the Carno thought he won,but Titan attacked him by surprise,and the Titan bit the Carno's neck again,but this time,the bite was succsesful,but Titan wasn't done with him,so he bit his neck again,but this time,he wanted to snap his neck,and he did snap his neck,and then Titan started to eat because he was really hungry,and he roared loudly so other Dinos knew he won a battle and that he shoulndn't be challenged to a battle.
Reason:He was larger,he had a stronger bite force,and he could rip the Carno's hand with ease,and lets not forget that he can survive a lot of bashes from Carno
I love carnos
Sorry,but its basically science,and science is the reason why Tyrannotitan won,it means that basically if you think a Dinosaur won,whats the reason it won,so in science you learn how a Dinosaur kills the other Dino.
Do you want me to make an alternative to the battle,i don't have a problem with that.
*default dance out of metaphorical room*
Yeah, Tyrannotitan wins, hands down.
If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.
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