Top 10 Dinosaurs That Are Far More Frightening Than The T-Rex

Since the first Jurassic Park, we all see the Tyrannosaurus rex as the scariest dinosaur, the one that is far too big and kills every...

Since the first Jurassic Park, we all see the Tyrannosaurus rex as the scariest dinosaur, the one that is far too big and kills everything in its path. However, paleontologists have found specimens of dinosaurs that are much stronger or more violent. Besides, the T-Rex is the good little doggie at his granny.Ps: Paleontologists make lots of calculations and assumptions from bones, so inevitably there is a big margin of error and the Dinos certainly did not look like two drops of water to the photos in the top.

1. The Spinosaurus

He lived about 110 million years ago, so I can not fail to say that you were not yet born to see it. The Spinosaurus is considered to be the largest predatory dinosaur that ever existed. It is believed that it fed on fish but also other dinosaurs when fishing was bad. With a weight of up to 20 tons, I can tell you that you wouldn't be smart in front of him.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Durbed

2. Allosaurus

It looks a little like a Tyrannosaurus in a smaller version, although it could seem to reach the 4 meters high, which is still not disgusting. And what makes it a better predator is that it was surely faster and more agile than the T-Rex. The kind that can pounce on its prey and then shred their flesh with its teeth. If you meet one at the end of a street, hide well, because this thing would surely run much faster than you.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Fred Wierum

3. The Giganotosaurus

With a name like that, we already know that we are not dealing with a small weakling. The thing was bigger and bigger than a T-Rex and could probably run up to 50km/h (Reminder: Hussein Bolt in peak speed is less than 45 km/h). During the Upper Cretaceous, between 100 and 60 million years before us, he was at the top of the food chain and no one was going to piss him off.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Domaine public

4. The Troodon

A cute little dinosaur of barely 90cm high for 2.5 meters long from the tail to the head. Well actually not so cute as that because the thing had a bunch of small sharp teeth, hunted in groups and could probably move at more than 60 km/h. In addition, the researchers inferred that he was much smarter than his other much bigger buddies. If you had fallen in front of a group of Troodon, you would have had no chance of getting out.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Conty

5. The Utahraptor

Maybe he had some pretty feathers, but he was still 5 meters long, almost 2 meters high, and we found a claw belonging to him that was 23 centimeters long. If we add that to the fact that he was probably chasing in a group, we're on a pretty nasty little predator.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Fred Wierum

6. The Carnotaurus

High of "only" 3.5 meters, the Carnotaurus had an advantage over other predators: his eyes were surely closer, which allowed him to have a better appreciation of distances. So he could throw himself on his prey and hit her or catch her in the best place to smash her up well. Note that he had two little ridiculous arms, so we can still make fun of him.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Fred Wierum

7. The Ceratosaurus

This pretty 3-meter high carnivore had an advantage over all the others: he had four fingers on each hand, not three like most dinosaurs. With that, he could catch his prey much more easily. His species would have lived for 11 million years, which is just huge and proves how managed it is not bad for all that is killing animals and eating them.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : DiBgd

8. The Therizinosaurus

The species is not yet known enough, but what we know of it already gives a pretty impressive picture. The Therizinosaurus had to do about 6 tons and 5 meters high for 9 long. He had hyper-muscular arms with huge claws that he could use to kill or defend himself. Personally, I would avoid insulting his mother.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : Nobu Tamura

9. The Sinornithosaurus

Not very impressive a priori with its 3 kilograms all wet and its 1.20 meter long, the Sinornithosaurus has a unique peculiarity: it certainly had some venomous fangs. Until today, we never found this in another dinosaur. It was still better to be wary of the little feather lizard. The question is whether the venom would have been dangerous or not for our little butt.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : FunkMonk

10. The Pachycephalosaurus

We know too little about this dinosaur that was a herbivore, but that had the peculiarity of having a super thick skull (up to 20cm of bone in some places) able to repel any predator of its time, among which the... Tyrannosaur. Not a carnivore, so, but not a dinosaur to piss off.

Crédits photo (creative commons) : CC BY 2.5



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