|Giganotosaurus||N/A||25 MPH (1125 cm/s)|
|Spinosaurus||N/A||21.3 MPH (956.25 Cm/s)|
|Shantungosaurus||N/A||22.4 MPH (1003.915 cm/s)|
The spino is very good at traveling, as most aggresive dinos(raptors, carnos, and so on) will become neutral towards you. The spino also has great speed on all 4, is quite slow on 2 legs, and is even faster with the water buff. It is also extremely powerful.
T – Rex may have been not as big, but had a much stronger bite force. When the T – Rex bit the Spinosaurus on the neck, it probably would have died. However the Spinosaurus had large arms which could claw the T – Rex before it got close enough to bite.
The Fastest Running Dinosaur The speediest dinosaurs were the ostrich mimic ornithomimids, such as Dromiceiomimus, which could probably run at speeds of up to 60 kilometres per hour.
rex beats velociraptors. But the new results, he says, “have shown that velociraptor and its relatives really were kind of pokey.” The takedown of velociraptor started with an exhaustive survey of the fossilized legs of 50-plus species of carnivorous dinosaurs.
The T. rex is an iconic favorite of the six dinosaur species from the first Jurassic Park, but it’s far from unbeatable. If it was unfortunate enough to cross paths with a Spinosaurus by a river or a lake, a Tyrannosaurus Rex might just end up as the sail-back dinosaur’s largest catch of the day.
Ornithiscia. Thyrephora were the slowest dinosaurs from the Ornithiscia group. They would be covered in bony plates or spikes to protect themselves as they could not run away. An example of this is the Stegosaurus.
Art by Mark Witton. For the past twenty years, Eoraptor has represented the beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs. This controversial little creature–found in the roughly 231-million-year-old rock of Argentina–has often been cited as the earliest known dinosaur.
The biggest carnivorous dinosaurs that ever lived. Forced out of its aquatic habitat by a changing climate, Spinosaurus challenges the terrestrial Carcharodontosaurus over a freshly killed dinosaur. Spinosaurus is bigger, but Carcharodontosaurus has a more powerful bite.
A Tyrannosaurus Rex might be known for its ferocious bite, but now scientists say a caiman that lived eight million years ago, had a bite TWICE as powerful.
Tyrannosaurus rex The “king of the tyrant lizards ” will always be one of the scariest and deadliest dinosaurs around with a bite force three times that of a great white shark – making it the strongest bite force of any land animal that has ever lived.
rex’s puny, undersized arms. According to Steven Stanley, a paleontologist at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, T. rex arms were used to slash prey in close proximity to the dinosaur. And the short arm length was actually more beneficial for slashing, considering the size of T.
How smart were velociraptors, really??? Velociraptors were Dromaeosaurids, among the dinosaurs with the very highest level, so they were truly smart among dinosaurs. On this ranking, they were probably a bit smarter than rabbits and not quite as smart as cats and dogs.
Bolt’s highest clocked speed is 27.44 mph. The Raptor is nearly as fast as Cheetah, the robot that first beat Bolt’s record speed and which maxes out at 29.3 mph. If Raptor can be re-calibrated toward a more efficient sprint, there may be a new 100 meter champion.