Post by Hatzegopteryx on Feb 14, 2014 21:54:37 GMT
Exactly what I also think, it is a draw and a well-thought of match. I still feel inclined to give S. maximus the edge. The latter has less rotational inertia than its opponent (although I believe not much less), so they will definitely be facing eachother all the time. It would be a long-lasting battle, considering that the previous statements suggest they wouldn't easily reach eachother's necks.
Post by themechabaryonyx789 on Feb 14, 2014 22:06:50 GMT
I can't imagine Saurophaganax being significantly heavier if they are both at length parity, so Saurophaganax is probably more agile due to its more compact body and lightweight tail and head ends. Neither will be particularly agile either way. Anyways I would give Saurophaganax a slight edge in this fight.
Not many things have been published on Saurophaganax, most of what we know of Saurophaganax comes from Allosaurus. I haven't seen much information on torvosaurus buts thats probably just me not looking
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