Post by themechabaryonyx789 on Feb 21, 2014 23:02:28 GMT
I would say around 50/50, with perhaps a slight edge to Tyrannosaurus. According to Scott Hartman, Sue (the largest Tyrannosaurus specimen) is slightly larger than the largest Giganotosaurus specimen: www.skeletaldrawing.com/home/mass-estimates-north-vs-south-redux772013 From the article: Sue: 8,400 kg (8.4 tons) in weight Giganotosaurus (larger specimen): 8,200 kg (8.2 tons) in weight So despite being shorter in terms of length, Tyrannosaurus appears to be larger in terms of weight. So it is obviously bulkier (which is general knowledge, Tyrannosaurids are generally more stockily built than similar sized Carcharodontosaurids).
Hatzegopteryx: That's not even the beginning, the whole forum is disturbingly lethargic.
Jun 14, 2014 15:49:29 GMT
Spinosaurus Maroccanus: I'm quite surprised how no one has touched the Argentina 97ma thread
Jun 14, 2014 15:20:28 GMT
Hatzegopteryx: This forum needs some serious attention; I'll be at it for a moment, unless I get other tasks that do not allow me to do so.
Jun 6, 2014 19:13:55 GMT
Hatzegopteryx: It's a genetic fallacy. It's basically an argument that intends to discredit the opponent's position by asserting the opponent's failure to act consistently in accordance with that position.
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