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Tyrannosaurus rex vs Spinosaurus aegyptiacus
How many of you have seen that battle from Jurassic Park 3 and wondered if Spinosaurus really would have won? Today I will discuss the ...
by T.REX
What was the largest carnivorous dinosaur?
Carcharodontosaurus Spinosaurus Aegypticus of Egypt, and potentially Spinosaurus Maroccanus (From Morocco), is currently estimated to be the largest theropod dinosaur to have ever lived, with ...
by Dinosir
Utahraptor Research, Part 3: Weapons, diet, speed and agility
Hey, it's Random Scientist Inc. I have some more Utahraptor research to present. Weapons Utahraptor had many extremely dangerous weapons to use in combat. Its first weapon was its brain. ...
by Random Scientist Inc.
Spinosaurus vs Tyrannosaurus rex 2
Spinosaurus Build Spinosaurus had size, weight, the ability to swim, which would have been very useful if they were by a river or lake, better arms, longer claws, and did have to fight with other ...
by Paleontologist Dr. Rex
Dino Profile: Utahraptor (Part 1)
A few years ago, I published a series of blog posts on Utahraptor. Some of this research is now outdated and I felt the need to publish an updated version of my Utahraptor research. I then got an ...
by Random Scientist Inc.
Fossil Hunting in Minnesota
For all you fossil-hunters, fossil-sharers, or just anybody who wants to know about the geology of Minnesota.. I present to you.. Fossil Hunting In Minnesota! This is the link to an almost ...
by JMD
Solution for the Quadrupedal Spinosaurus
So we all know about the new Spinosaurus reconstruction. In some situations, I've seen people say it's impossible because it couldn't pronate it's hands or it would dull it's claws which were clearly ...
by Rex Fan 684
Giant Caenagnathid
For some time, Iren Dabasu was the only place where a huge caenagnathid, Gigantoraptor, was known. The uniqueness of the discovery compounded the difficulty of dating Iren Dabasu, and made it seem ...
by starman
Clash of Aquatic Titans: Finale
The Finale! First, we kick of the finale with a tribute to the winners of this season. Pliosaurus- the T.rex of the deep Brygmophyseter- the devil whale Giant Orthocone- the armored giant ...
by Rex Fan 684
Largest known theropods
Is T.rex really the biggest land theropod? Is it really 10 tonnes? Newest contenders for largest theropod - some new contenders have only been unearthed in recent years. Siats meekroum The only ...
by Klonke
Jurassic Park got something right! AGAIN!
Having been released 15 years ago, it is often taken for granted these days just how cutting edge a sci-fi movie Jurassic Park was when it came out. Of course this was not due to the hard technical ...
by Traumador the Tyrannosaur
Dinosaur Eggs? Everyone finds dinosaur eggs!
How many times a week do people post new finds of dinosaur eggs? These are ENTEROLITHS. Colic by obstructing the colon They typically develop in horses that eat Alfalfa hay, are on sandy ...
by tzavecz
The bite force of T. rex
Ever since the first T.rex skeleton was pulled from the ground, it was known that this animal had an incredibly high bite force (its head was over 1.5 meters long and filled with teeth some 6-13 ...
by Rex Fan 684
Death of a Paleontologist
A paleontologist of great renown has just passed away. Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska died on March 13, 2015. Considering her stature, it is disappointing her passing elicited no eulogy or comment on the ...
by starman
Did dinosaurs really roar?
Since a lot of us were kids, we have thought that dinosaurs, specifically theropods, roared. But is this really true? Did dinosaurs really Roar? Well, modern day animals that roar always use ...
by Lord of the Spinosaurs
Alright I'll bite. How can you prove that man and dinosaur coexisted?
A voice called out from the either, "Did you KNOW? 1. That dinosaurs and man lived together only a few thousand years ago. 2. The dinosaurs did not go extinct millions of years ago? .... ...
by tzavecz
The porosity of bone fossils
Fossil bones are identifiable as bones from the remnants of porous bone marrow. Bone marrow is porous and spongy looking, and fossils will either display this porous, spongey texture, or the ...
by Kman
Dinosaur weapons and defense
Hey, it's Random Scientist Inc. I've been busy yet again (and since I've been sick lately, I'll be even busier next week), but for now I've got nothing to do. So I've decided to present you with an ...
by Random Scientist Inc.
Utahraptor vs Terror Bird
I wrote this fight a while ago. It takes place in the Jurassic Park universe. Enjoy :) Utahraptor vs Terror Bird Utahraptor image By Ryanz720 (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons ...
by Rex Fan 684
10 large Theropods you probably never heard of
Which theropod is this? Hello! In this list, I am going to list 10 large Theropods a lot of you probably have never heard of. So, let's get started.10-OxalaiaOxalaia was a Spinosaur and was ...
by Lord of the Spinosaurs
Clash of Aquatic Titans: Pliosaurus vs Dunkleosteus
Today, we kick off the first episode of my newest season in the Clash Of Series, Clash of Aquatic Titans... Dunkleosteus vs Pliosaurus Pliosaurus- more lizard Fighter Size- 10 meters ...
by Rex Fan 684
The largest living creatures of all time
Vale thought my comment on this size comparison would make for a good blog post if "beefed up" a bit. So, here it is... The biggest blue whale on record was 176 tons (if I remember correctly) ...
by Rex Fan 684
Radioactivity in Dinosaur Fossils - Did radiation kill the dinosaurs?
Radioactivity in Dinosaur Fossils - Did Gamma Rays Kill the Dinosaurs? link to original discussion A comment was posted by Red Clay to discuss the facts that some fossils contain radioactive ...
by tzavecz
What Made T-Rex The "King"?
What has made T-Rex the "king?" Why do so many people say he's the most powerful dinosaur to have ever lived? Well, today I will tell you why so many people think T-rex is the "king" of the ...
by ThaAnonymousPerson
Mysterious Creek Formation: Fossil Collecting near Harrison Lake
Photo A surprisingly warm sunny morning sparked a return trip to the Cretaceous-Jurassic exposures near Harrison Lake, British Columbia. The lake and hotsprings at Harrison are an easy one to ...
by Fossil Huntress
Top 10 Herbivorous Dinosaurs : 2 - Ank The Tank
Hello guys, Dinosir here, and after about a bazillion years I am finally back with what is the penultimate episode of my "Favourite herbivorous dinosaurs" blog series. I apologise for the delay, ...
by Dinosir
Top 10 Herbivorous Dinosaurs : 1 - My Favourite Dinosaur
Hey guys, Dinosir here, and welcome back to the final episode of my "Favourite herbivorous dinosaurs" blog series, and boy, has it been coming for a while. Either way, we're here now, and today I'm ...
by Dinosir
Largest Animals That Ever Lived
Well, the largest Animals that ever lived is something that we've been debating for a while, so, I'll give everyone an idea of the sizes of creatures. Of course the Blue Whale is thought to be the ...
by Bigtooth.
What is a "Real" Debate?
So there are a TON of who vs. who threads on this site, and I find it somewhat annoying that half of the people debating aren't exactly debating. Take the Spinosaurus vs. T-Rex thread, for ...
by ThaAnonymousPerson
Baryonyx vs Suchomimus
Baryonyx: 9-10m long, 2-3.4m tall, 3.5 tonnes Pros: 1. Had a (slightly) stronger bite because of the (slightly) shorter jaws. 2. Was faster 3. Could hunt a variety of prey 4. Had a (slightly) ...
by dinobird
Dinosaur communication part 1: Vocalizations
After seeing a forum post and a blog post about this topic, I thought I would create a blog post of my own. Since dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years, we will never know for sure ...
by Random Scientist Inc.
If a bone/fossil has turned into a rock or the surrounding mineral completely, is it still a ...
This is a good topic and a great question. When an animal dies, the soft organic parts typically dissolve and decompose and are lost. There are exceptions to this under special conditions, but ...
by tzavecz
Clash of Past and Present: Series Finale
The Finale! First, a tribute to the past winners... Allosaurus- the terror of the Jurassic Defeated- Rhino Hippo- a short tempered brute Defeated- Utahraptor Tiger- the beautifully ...
by Rex Fan 684
Top 10 Herbivorous Dinosaurs : 6 - I'm Not Thick In The Head!
Hello people of Dinosaur Home, welcome back to my blog for the first... second... fifth installment of my "Favourite herbivorous dinosaurs" blog series, which once again has been delayed for ...
by Dinosir
Sauropods: Ectothermic or Endothermic?
Hey all. In case you didn't already know, for the past couple months I've been researching the possibility that sauropods were ectothermic (cold-blooded) rather than endothermic ...
by Random Scientist Inc.
Top 10 Herbivorous Dinosaurs : 10 - Hide And Seek
Hey guys and welcome to my first ever blog post - Sort of. I was browsing along the site, and came across a new topic yet to be answered. Apparently a blog moderator (I believe Vale) liked it and ...
by Dinosir
Pacific Northwest Fossil Collecting
Photo The Pacific Northwest is an area of extreme natural beauty and rich fossil deposits. While we do not have the dinosaur bragging rights of our cousins to the east and south, we have ...
by Fossil Huntress
Clash of Aquatic Titans: Cretoxyrhina vs Giant Orthocone
Sorry for the long wait. Been busy... Cretoxyrhina vs Giant Orthocone Cretoxyrhina- “ginsu shark” Fighter Size- 6.2 meters long and 1.4 tons Weapons- Sharp teeth, agility, ...
by Rex Fan 684
The Evolution of Tarbosaurus
Tarbosaurus is known from all levels within the Nemegt formation, including the base. Indeed PIN 551-1, the type, is from the stratotype beds, directly overlying the Barun Goyot. Three ...
by starman

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