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Top 10 Most Dangerous Dinosaurs

The Top Ten

1 Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what now is North Africa, during the lower Albian to lower Cenomanian stages of the Cretaceous period, about 112 to 97 million years ago.

Putting T-Rex in 1st place is ridiculous. T-Rex had tiny arms, so the only way they were able to catch prey was with their teeth. Scientist have thought that T-Rex was a scavenger because of that.

Spinosarus was the biggest of all the meat eating dinosaurs and it was also the deadliest. And the second biggest one, Carcharodontosaurus is missing from this list.

Spinosaurus is the biggest of all carnivorous dinosaur. It weighed about 3 buses. Spinosaurus is a fish eater sometimes eat meat.

It was bigger than all of the other dinosaurs on this list. The only reason why Utahraptors could bet it is because they hunt in packs. And Megalodons were fish not dinosaurs!

He beat a Trex in jurrasic park 3

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2 Tyrannosaurus
Tyrannosaurus
Tyrannosaurus, meaning “tyrant lizard”, from the Ancient Greek tyrannos, “tyrant”, and sauros, “lizard” is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur. It also had a tremendous bite force, the strongest of any Dinosaur and living terrestrial animal. Its bite force reached up to 12,800 pounds (roughly … read more .

I think T-Rex hast to be the best. Its probably bin the best known dinosaur out of the whole world.

Dude about 82% of his diet had armor, horns and could run way faster then him not including sauropods.

the most strongest dinosaur in the universe, The King Of Tyrant Lizards: "Tyrannosaurus Rex". What a materpiece it was in his time… If we compare with Spinosaurus, that dino is nothing in front of T-Rex but when we talk about Giganotosaurus there is a 50:50 or can be stronger or the same. But others don’t come in the league…

Strongest dino jaws, muscular, pretty smart, and deadly as hell

The pitbull of dinosaurs..

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3 Giganotosaurus
Giganotosaurus
Giganotosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now Argentina, during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 99.6 to 97 million years ago.

Giganotosaurus is a giant carnivore in South America. This killer weighs 7 tonnes and lengths about 48 feet

It’s larger than a T-rex, fiercer than a Spinosaurus, and ate sauropods, unlike the others mentioned which ate small prey.

Actually, Spinosaurus was fiercer. Spinny has been dubbed the “world’s most dangerous dinosaur”. – RedTheGremlin

It is a 43 feet beast and 13tons in weight. It can take down a full grown argentinosour. I think it is the real king of all dinosaor

Big, fast, very strong so with a slashing bite on top of that giganotosaurus was deadliest and strongest.

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4 Carcharodontosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus is a genus of carnivorous carcharodontosaurid dinosaurs that existed between 100 and 94 million years ago, during the Cenomanian stages of the mid-Cretaceous Period.

Had a slightly darker look compare to the T-Rex and other bigger carnivores. It also had smaller arms such as the T-Rex, although having bigger arms gave it the ability to move better and have slightly better balance. It existed in the mid-end Cretaceous period.

Interesting reptile. Similar in fact longer than the Tyrannosaurus. Was commonly found in the North Africa and South American region.

He has the most unique bite “the hatchet bite” from all dinosaurs.

Known to compare against Spinosaurus and trex. It should be number 3 or 2, and by the way the gigantosaurus should be ranked 4

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5 Utahraptor
Utahraptor
Utahraptor is a genus of theropod dinosaurs. It contains a single species, Utahraptor ostrommaysorum, which is the largest known member of the family Dromaeosauridae.

Very lethal. This dinosaur is actually more comparable to the raptors in Jurassic Park. This is a killing machine.

You just can’t be unafraid of those claws.

This guy is ‘ nuts! He weighs almost a ton, he’s 18 feet long, he’s got 15 inch sickle claws on each foot, he’s like a huge velociraptor, he’s UtahRAPTOR!

Big and hunts in packs

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6 Allosaurus
Allosaurus
Allosaurus is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived 155 to 150 million years ago during the late Jurassic period.

Massive and smart enough to fight in packs.
It took down prey twice the size of tyrannosaurus rex

Smarter and faster plus more stealthy then t rex.

I think the allosaurus is dangerous from the speed of one and it’s jaws and when they fight they roar louder then they do when there standing

Fast, strong, apex predator and the saurophaganax variant was larger than Trex

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7 Velociraptor
Velociraptor
Velociraptor is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the later part of the Cretaceous Period.

A dinosaur with a pair of huge sickle claws on each foot

Everybody knows these things can open doors and when coupled with the fact that they are all Jehovah’s witnesses it can get pretty scary. When I was out in the jungle I caught one staring at me… I could tell she was thinking and working things out… So I ran into my hut and the next thing I know, the door handle moves and the door swings open! The raptor just stood there and said “Have you found Jesus”? I haven’t stopped screaming since.

A six foot long monster

This reminds me from the movie jurassic World it’s cute but dangerous

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8 Mapusaurus
Mapusaurus

This Dino was 40 feet long, weighs 3 tons, hunted in packs and had powerful legs and tail

It was bigger than T REX

Discrediting the fact that Mapusaurus was bigger than the T. rex, it was also a pack hunter, hunting in groups of 3-5. Though its justified as Mapusaurus’s primary diet consisted of what appears to be the largest land animal that ever existed. – CrimsonShark

Hunted in packs and it was BIGGER.

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9 Saurophaganax

One of the biggest and strongest carnivores in the world has to be in the top ten it is also the same size as the mighty tyrannosaurus rex so guys look out for this dinosaur because it is extreme

Its even bigger and deadlier than Allosaurus

Saurophaganax is the Grizzly Bear of the Jurassic. He could hunt anything twice his size. He makes Allosaurus look like a coyote compared to this killer.

Think of an allosaurus only bigger, nastier and mightier. Saurophaganax is an allosaurus on steroids. It’s the grizzly bear of the jurassic period challenging allosaurus, edmarka and epanterias. It had huge claws and ferocious jaws. This should be at top 4 or higher.

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10 Ankylosaurus
Ankylosaurus
Ankylosaurus is a genus of armored dinosaur. Fossils of Ankylosaurus have been found in geological formations dating to the very end of the Cretaceous Period, between about 68–66 million years ago, in western North America, making it among the last of the non-avian dinosaurs.

Its a big walking, breathing prehistoric tank!

Have you guys seen how powerful this guy is withe his clubed tail he can wack a t rex’s leg and the t rex would be left in mercy of other dinosaurs.

Ankylosaurus should mean armoured lizard as its back and tail are full of deadly armoured plates. At the end of its tail was a thick tail club. A big predatory dinosaur like T-Rex would haye been lucky to of survived if it gets clubbed.

Bone club =hit by is dead

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The Contenders

11 Tarbosaurus
Tarbosaurus
Tarbosaurus is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that flourished in Asia about 70 million years ago, at the end of the Late Cretaceous Period.

This guy is an Asian t rex and can beat ceratosaurus and daspletosaurus.

Most of these I don’t even know why do they put theme in there if only 4 maybe 5% of people are going to know what it is and most of these are very VERY smart extinction is a good thing today!

Tarbosaurus is the second biggest member of the tyrannosaur family which includes tyrannosaurus rex.

Very cool dino

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12 Liopleurodon
Liopleurodon

Liopleurodon is the biggest carnivorous animal ever to lived on the earth. It weighed 6 times bigger than T. Rex and lengths about 95 feet long. Each of its flippers were 10 feet long. It have teeth longer than a sword.

Why is this Dino not in the top ten it is so dangerous

It is probably the largest dinosaur event hough it kind of isn’t because it lives in the sea

swim bob

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13 Megaraptor

It is 26 feet long and 200 pounds. It a successful hunter and more dangerous than t rex. Don’t say anything until you know about it. I hope you will go with me. That’s all.

Megaraptor was 20 to 35 feet long it was the of the raptor family it could take down a dilophosaurus

Megaraptor and megalodon is stronger then a Utah raptor so why is Utah raptor 4th

Mega – huge

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14 Deinonychus

This is the critter passed off as a Velociraptor in Jurasic Park, 150 lbs fast and inteligent and hunting packs. And that sickle front tow nail. Velociraptors were only about 6 ft long and weighed less than 70 lbs.

Two words, JURASSIC and PARK

This creature is stealthy fast stealthy and intelligent which makes it a formidable predator.They hunt in packs usually in numbers to 1-5.It has razor sharp claws which the use for hunting. Its sharp claws dig into the skin like blades and can almost claw inwards 180 degrees.

Pack hunter, very deadly, the ultimate killing machine – RustyNail

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15 Stegosaurus
Stegosaurus
Stegosaurus is a type of armored dinosaur. Their fossil bones have been found in rocks dated to the Late Jurassic period, between 155 and 150 million years ago, in the western United States and Portugal.

Come on it can kill a t-rex with the spikes and scales

even two allosaurs can’t kill a stegosaur but a herd of stegasaurs even 5 allousaurs can’t beat

It’s plates were full of blood vessels and wouldn’t be potent whatsoever in battle.

Plates on its back and deadly spikes on its tail. It must be on the top ten

The plates would not be of any use in battle they were just soft – RewMac0435

It is my favorite. And it can thagomize.

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16 Acrocanthosaurus
Acrocanthosaurus
Acrocanthosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that existed in what is now North America during the Aptian and early Albian stages of the Early Cretaceous.

It Is The Second Largest Carnivore In North America It Weighs 5.5 Tons And Is 39 Feet Long!

Kill with no problem

Never heard of it

This thing can take down a T. rex but will draw against a spino

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17 Albertosaurus
Albertosaurus
Albertosaurus is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaurs that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous Period, about 70 million years ago.

They say Albertosaurus is the predecessor and ancestor of the T rex

Because that’s my name

A close cousin to the trex. Hunted in packs. Is part of the ‘Tyrannosaur’ family. Need I say more?

Berties right to vote #interviewsarehard?

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18 Troodon
Troodon

I just love it. Smart. Fast. Just like me. Just right for me.

Smart. But sometimes I wonder why most dinosaurs weren’t very smart.

Smart. Toe Claw. Fast. Enough said.

COOL NAME, INNIT

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19 Torvosaurus
Torvosaurus
Torvosaurus is a genus of carnivorous megalosaurid theropod dinosaurs that lived approximately 153 to 148 million years ago during the later part of the Jurassic Period in what is now Colorado and Portugal.

This is an extremely dangerous dinosaur. It should be on top of the list. A Torvosaurus could kill a Allosaurus. It probably could take down gigantic dinosaurs like Dimerosaurus. (A Portuguese sauropod) It would have killed other predators like Allosaurus or Ornitholestes.

This dinosaur needs some more attention. Maybe this top ten is a fanboy theory,because why is torvosaurus listed down? This is a strong and powerful dinosaur. It’s maybe shown with slender pictures but ones you saw it’s skeleton…you will see this one is a monster. Others should vote for this.

Torvosaurus is smaller and dumber than the top 3

Torvosaurus is one of my favorite and it is very strong,deadly and savage and also has a very strong bite.

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20 Maijungatholus

Tell me how to pronounce this – Outcast

I thick it’s the most strongest.

Screw all of you this one is the best

-marcus

Majungatholus atopus was a meat-eating dinosaur, a theropod. It was at the top of the food chain in its locale. It probably ate sauropods, long-necked plant-eaters and other large dinosaurs. The name Majungatholus is derived from “Majunga,” a district of Madagascar and “tholus,” which means dome in Latin.

21 Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur. It contains a single known species, Dilophosaurus wetherilli, known from fossil remains found in the Kayenta formation of Arizona.

Dude that dinosaur is beast it can spit out acid up to 20 feet if that hit a dinosaur like Uthahraptor that would blind it and Dilophosaurus could go for the kill plus its very fast and jump high.

Even though it most likely didn’t have poison and a frill, it was a LOT bigger than you see it in Jurassic Park and dangerous

FAKE! JURASSIC PARK SAYS IT HAS ACID AND HAS A NECK FRILL! But it being a theropod, speed highjumps and the head crests are true.

This thing is EPIC it can blind things so that it gets a free meal while avoiding
a fight and they hunted in packs. killing machine man.

PS see jurassic park

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22 Ceratourous

Ceratosaurus is about 25 ft long, weighing in at around 3000 lbs. It had 3 boney ridge like horns, one along both of its eyes and one above its nose. Hunted in packs, but also was a solitary hunter. Stood 13 feet tall and had arms that were about 4-7 feet long that ended in 4 razer sharp, 2 inch claws. ITS ONE HECK OF A PREDATOR!

Cool

This dinosaur is underestimated. Others think it is overshadowed by allosaurus (which is not true). This predator has huge teeth and sharp claws. Its also fast and has cool horns and dermal armor. Its jaws are also strong and lethal. It can also compete with allosaurus, torvosaurus, epanterias and saurophaganax. This is one DEADLY PREADATOR!. It should be in top ten

I know in America alousaures beats torvosauruse and ceratosaurus and in Europe torvosaurus and ceratosaurus but what about tazania does ceratosaurus beat allousaurus becose ceratosaurus trap might work in tazanian habiatat

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23 Carnotaurus
Carnotaurus
Carnotaurus, meaning “Meat eating Bull” in Ancient Greek, is a genus of abelisauridae theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now South America about 70 million years ago in the Late Cretaceous period.

It should be in the top ten! He’s the best! His name means man eating bull for crying out loud! He should be in about 9th place. In my opinion he is the best dinosaur by far!

This dinosaur is practically a man eating, ocean nuking dinosaur which really should wreck the Spinosaurus

He is awesome! He should be in the top ten! He was big and had horns! His name meant man eating bull! He was also fast!

T rex is overrated, this dinosaur hunted sauropods like argentinosaurs in south America, while the t rex only ate small animals.

It also hunted in packs

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24 Vastatosaurus Rex

Nicer than a t rex

At least it’s arms are longer than t.rex, but not strong enough.

25 Dromaeosaurus

Too small to kill t rex but at least it is smart, right?

I think it could not harm a huge T rex may have formed packs over small ceratopsians like leptoceratops

26 Megalosaurus

Megalosaurus can beat allousaurus and some other dinos because of its flat skull

This din o can kill any dino if I was just to swim in the sea it can kill and dinosaur any time any where just try to beat this dinosaur try this dino think what can this dinosausr do and I t might still be alive

27 Majungasaurus
Majungasaurus
Majungasaurus is a genus of abelisaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in Madagascar from 70 to 66 million years ago, at the end of the Cretaceous Period. The genus contains a single species, Majungasaurus crenatissimus.

Majungasaurus and Majungatholus is the same. Majungasaurus should be higher than this. Its quite stocky and has a very thick skull dome which can be used to headbutt the flanks of its enemies. Its also big and has powerful jaws with powerful teeth. It also has a powerful tail that it can use as a bat to strike an enemy. Also it has a cannibalistic behaviour.

28 Pachycelaphosaurus

It have powerful skull it can hit with head! – David39

See this guy has a big bony dome which head but with other pachycephalosaurs and to scare off other carnivores and say top back OF!

It could easily take on a troodon or any other small dinosaurs due to its powerful skull

At top speed of 50 mph thus thing can break a T. Rex’s leg

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29 Kronosaurus

Kronosaurus Is Not A Dinosaur But Put It 4th I Will Give Someone A Cookie.

Give me I want a cookie

Give me cookie

Kronosaurus is not a dinosaur

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30 Gorgosaurus

Gorgasaurus was very fast and hunted in groups so it was easy to take down a Pachyrhinosaurus

A relative of t rex. I saw walking with dinosaurs and it looked like a mini t rex.

31 Tyrannotitan

I like the tyrannotitan

Comparable to Giganotosaurus & Carcharodontosaurus (and possibly larger) one of the South American monsters surrounded by large sauropods for food. Teeth could slice and were somewhat more robust, like a Tyrannosaur. Gave sauropods nightmares, and has a killer name too.

Bigger than Tyrannosaurus, powerful arms, related to Giganotosaurus, Mapusaurus, and Carcharodontosaurus.

32 Daspletosaurus
Daspletosaurus
Daspletosaurus was a genus of tyrannosaurid dinosaur that lived in western North America between about 77 and 74 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous Period. The genus Daspletosaurus contains two species.

Like normal dogs

33 Pteranodon
Pteranodon

A pterosaur, not a dinosaur.

Bird like dino

Pteranodon is a little nice and flies around

Are 7:5m

34 Indominus Rex
Indominus Rex
Indominus rex was the latest attraction in Jurassic World. The hybrid was created by combining the genetic traits of multiple species.

Doesn’t actually exists- but after seeing Jurassic world, it is extremely dangerous – RustyNail

Not real…but should be way higher. It had Rex AND Velociraptor DNA!

So strong 1 place

It’s not real, granted, but I wouldn’t want to meet one.

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35 Cryolophosaurus

Cryolophosaurus has a strange peak or horn believed to tell how healthy the dinosaur maybe. The peak or horn may also been used for getting a mate. Cryolophosaurus is one of the few dinosaurs that have lived in Antartica’s 200,000,000 year old forest.

36 Oxalaia

It could be bigger than spinosaurus.

Underrated. He is very dangerous! – Strobo

Overshadowed by Spinosaurus.

37 Therizinosaurs

A Therizinosaurs can beat a tarbosaurs. Well an adult can

Therizinosaurs could beat the t-rex easily. Even though they still suck. Watch the movie dino king. Even though the T-rex wins its very sneaky.

Therisinosaurus should be in the top ten because it has huge 1m long claws that can easily kill a t rex or another theropods.

Bruh you played ark before! Leave these boys alone aye,

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38 Epanterias

Was from the same family as allosaurus but was bigger and over all stronger

39 Australovenator (Banjo)

The Australovenator is Australia’s top predator. Claws on its hand are the size of Deinonychus’. (toe sickles. )The size of Australovenator is probably the same size of Utahraptor. In a place not far from Winton, Queensland, Australia called Lark Quarry the Australovenator foot prints are preserved, proving it was ambushing smaller dinosaurs.

This dinosaur is scary it could kill me easily. It took down sauropods. It is faster, smarter and more dangerous than T-Rex which scavenges for meat. Australovenator should be on top instead of T-Rex. A scavenger should be down the bottom while a hunter like a Australovenator should be at the top.

This dinosaur is very deadly and should be on top of the list since it is faster, smarter and probably more stealthy and dangerous then T-Rex and it his about the same size as a Allosaurus.

A killing machine. Fierce enough to challenge t rex. And its lightning fast too.

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40 Megalodon
Megalodon
The megalodon is an extinct species of shark which was about 59 feet (18 meters) long and hunted in the seas until about 1.5 million years ago. It was similar to today’s great white shark-but three times longer and 20 times heavier. … read more .

This shark is thought to be the animal with the most powerful bite force

Dude we’re talking about the king of the sea.

This guy makes jaws look cute

Megalodon should be way, way, way higher than this I mean seriously! before whales, Megalodon was the king of the seas for all we know he could still be alive! would you like to go on a cruise knowing that an animal bigger than it could literally eat you?! No, no you would not! His bite is more powerful than a T-Rex to all you fans of T-Rex Surfs up buddy

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41 Jehlopterus
42 Argentinosaurus
Argentinosaurus

It was the biggest dinosaur and could have smacked any predator except Tyrannosaurus Rex to death.

It could easily stomp on you and make you a pancake.

Now we’re talking! These types of giant sauropods rivaled large whales in size. Look at how big it is, musta shook the ground when it walked.

This was so large argentinosaurus is the largest animal ever
it weighed 12000 and 16000 pounds one of the biggest animals ever
so large wow

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43 Deinosuchus
Deinosuchus

Deinosuchas was a huge prehistoric alligator. It had a really powerful jaw. It was a really fast swimmer. It could probably eat any dinosaur you could think of. It lived in lakes, rivers, and maybe bays. It was a really powerful dinosaur.

A 50 foot crocodile that weighed up to 12 tons and could easily be able to kill a spinosaurus

Deinonychus no it is deinosuchus deadly indeed

This alligator had a super strong bite force – ng0574

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44 Dracorex
Dracorex
Dracorex is a dinosaur genus of the family Pachycephalosauridae, from the Late Cretaceous of North America.

Looks like a dragon! – DragonDino

45 Tylosaurus

i love him

46 Mosasaurus

Mosasaurus was huge. And it was not a fish. Or a dinosaur. But still beast!

Mosasaurus was powerful but not the most powerful mosasaur

Should be number one

We’ve all seen that the mosasaurus ate the idonimous rex in Jurassic world so number 1!

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47 Saichania
48 Piatnitzkysaurus

One of the most beutifull killers ever.

49 Bambiraptor
50 Estemmenosuchus

IS THIS A LAND DINOSAUR

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What is the Deadliest Dinosaur?

What is the Deadliest Dinosaur?

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Jun-04-2017 5:49 AM

Dinosaurs have evolved fearsome weapons to help them survive. Many of them are deadlier than modern predators like lions, tigers, and bears. The most dangerous dinosaurs are the carnivores, since herbivores won’t attack you unless you piss them off. But which killer dinosaur was the deadliest? Today, we’re going to look at the deadliest dinosaurs nature has created, from the flesh-tearing carnosaurs to the menacing Dromaeosaurids.

 

Allosaurus fragilis

Length: 30-35 ft

Era: Late Jurassic

Weapons: size, speed, strength, jaws, claws

Allosaurus was one of the first large predators to stalk the Earth. It had long forearms that allowed it to make use of its slashing claws, but a weak bite-force. However, it did not chomp down on its prey like other predators, but it used its upper-jaw like an axe, using shock and blood-loss to kill its prey. This unique method made it a versatile predator, and its prey ranged from Stegosaurus to giants like Diplodocus.

 

Saurophaganax maximus

Length: 35-40 ft

Era: Late Jurassic

Weapons: size, speed, strength, jaws, claws

Saurophaganax is essentially an Allosaurus on steroids that bit down like a classic carniovre, but significantly larger. It was the largest predator of the Jurassic, which would allow it to be an apex predator.

 

However, these two beasts would fall to extinction, but not before securing the carnosaurs’ place as the rulers of Earth. This would allow the rise of one of the greatest dinosaur families: Carcharodontosauridae.

 

Acrocanthosaurus atokensis

Length: 36-40 ft

Era: Early Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, jaws, claws

The first of the Carcharodontosauridae, and one of North America’s largest predators, Acrocanthosaurus was a force to be reckoned with. Its teeth were designed like blades for tearing flesh, forcing prey to a slow and agonising death from bleeding. Its size also helped, and allowed it to become an apex predator.

 

Utahraptor ostrommaysorum

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Length: 17-20 ft

Era: Early Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, intelligence, jaws, claws

The largest Dromaeosaurid, Utahraptor was an ideal raptor. It was large, but not big enough to be too slow for running, and its toe claws were massive. They could disembowl prey with ease, helped by its forearms and jaws. Its frame is unique compared to other Dromaeosaurids. While raptors like Deinonychus were built for speed, Utahraptor was more of a fighter, and it was inclined into strength.

 

Giganotosaurus carolinii

Length: 40-45 ft

Era: Mid Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, jaws, claws

Giganotosaurus was one of the largest theropods, rivaled only by Carcharodontosaurus and the legendary Tyrannosaurus rex. It was the perfect mix between speed and power, being designed for chasing down prey, and also having knife-like teeth that could cut through flesh with ease. However, it is slightly dwarfed by its African cousin…

 

…Which brings us to Carcharodontosaurus saharicus

Length: 40-45 ft

Era: Mid Cretaceous

Weapons: same as Giga

Carcharodontosaurus is essentially a slightly larger Giganotosaurus. It barely outweighed its South American cousin by a small weight difference. This predator lived in a world of carnivores, competing with BahariasaurusDeltadromeusRugops, and Sauroniops. But it was the top dog…er, dinosaur.

 

The Carcharodontosaurids’ main food source was the giant sauropods. For AcrocanthosaurusSauroposeidonArgentinosaurus for Giganotosaurus, and Paralititan for Carcharodontosaurus. They were reliant on the sauropods in life and death, so when their main prey went extinct, they soon followed. With the Carcharodontosaurids gone, the door would be open for another family to take the throne…Tyrannosauridae.

 

Albertosaurus sarcophagus

Length: 26-33 ft

Era: Late Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, endurance, jaws

Albertosaurus was essentially a shrink-wrapped T.rex designed for speed rather than power. It had long legs that were perfect for sprinting, and it had the bone-crushing jaws shared by all Tyrannosaurs. It lived alongside Gorgosaurus, but another Tyrannosaur put both of them to shame…

 

Daspletosaurus horneri/torosus

Length: 30-36 ft

Era: Late Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, endurance, jaws

While Albertosaurus and Gorgosaurus were more designed for speed, Daspletosaurus was a heavyweight that was built for strength. It was one of the largest North American carnivores, and the evolutionary forerunner to T.rex.

 

Dakotaraptor steini

Length: 15-17 ft

Era: Late Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, intelligence, jaws, claws

Dakotaraptor was the last Dromaeosaurid. It was one of the largest, rivaled only by the aforementioned Utahraptor. It lived alongside Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus, most likely competing with the latter. Unlike Utahraptor, it was more designed for speed. Dakotaraptor also sported massive, 24-cm sickle-claws on its toes.

 

Dromaeosaurs and Tyrannosaurs were the last dinosaur carnivores. The latter rose to the top of the food chain, becoming the apex predators. With the Carcharodontosaurids gone from the picture, the Tyrannosaurs were free to evolve into giants like Tarbosaurus and Zhuchengtyrannus. In North America, Daspletosaurus ruled, paving the way for the most terrifying carnivore ever to set foot upon the face of the Earth…

 

Tyrannosaurus rex

Length: 40-50 ft

Era: Late Cretaceous

Weapons: size, speed, strength, endurance, intelligence, binocular vision, jaws

I find Tyrannosaurus rex to be the ultimate predator. It was massive, and its mouth sported banana-sized teeth that could crunch through solid bone. It also was smarter compared to other predators of its size like GiganotosaurusTyrannosaurus also had forward-facing eyes, giving it excellent vision and depth perception, which came in handy when tracking prey. T.rex was the largest terrestrial predator of North America, a worthy adversary of prey like Ankylosaurus and Triceratops. For that, I consider it to be the most dangerous dinosaur of all time. Just be grateful that this terrifying tyrant is extinct.

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11 Responses to What is the Deadliest Dinosaur?

Emperor GorillaGodzilla

Jun-04-2017 7:24 AM

For more depth on the T.rex section, it could crush with the force of 12-20 thousand pounds of bite-force…And that was just on average! The highest estimates range around the 50,000 mark. Its pinnacle speed was 25 miles or more, once again on average–so we don’t even know what the top member of the species was capable of. It could smell up to 5 miles away or more and identify exactly was it was smelling, and when it walked by. It also had perfect vision, far greater than that of a hawk or eagle. T.rex is the perfect predator, and it wouldn’t have died off if it wasn’t for the KT extinction.

 “…I hope they remember you.”-Thanos

I Meme Everything (Tyrannos)

Jun-04-2017 7:38 AM

^^

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Draegar: The Hooded Figure

Jun-04-2017 10:28 AM

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“Anything you can imagine. Our galaxy has billions of stars. Each of those stars could have many worlds. Every world could be home to a different form of life. And every life… is a special story of its own.” ~ Stargazer

I Meme Everything (Tyrannos)

Jun-04-2017 10:30 AM

^Yup

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Something Real

Jun-04-2017 11:48 AM

DRACONUS – That was an exceptionally neat presentation! I greatly enjoyed how you described each animal! Fantastic work! Thank you ever so much for sharing this with us! 🙂

I Meme Everything (Tyrannos)

Jun-04-2017 11:50 AM

^Which one was, in your opinion, the deadliest?

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Sci-Fi King25

Jun-04-2017 2:00 PM

imo the dromaeosaurs are the deadliest. The larger carnivores are bigger and stronger, but it’s harder to hide from a dromaeosaur, especially a pack.

“Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

I Meme Everything (Tyrannos)

Jun-04-2017 2:03 PM

^Utahraptor would be the deadliest Dromaeosaurid

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Sci-Fi King25

Jun-08-2017 2:45 PM

^imo Dakotaraptor would be deadlier. I’ve read from a couple sources that Dakotaraptor was faster and more agile than the heavier Utahraptor. Either way both were incredibly dangerous.

“Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

I Meme Everything (Tyrannos)

Jun-08-2017 3:28 PM

^It’s comparing speed to strength. I acknowledged that in the topic.

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I Meme Everything (Tyrannos)

Jul-01-2017 12:55 PM

But now I agree that the sleek and more agile D.steini would’ve been deadlier than the stronger and more robust U.ostrommaysorum. Like you, the two genuses are tied for my favourite Dromaeosaurid.

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