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Most formidable theropod dinosaurs at parity

Canada DinoFan83 Offline
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In your opinion, what are some of the most formidable meat eating dinosaurs at parity and why?
For me, it's abelisaurids (due to bulk and strong bite), carnosaurs (large gapes, large skulls, deadly serrated teeth, and large forearms), dromaeosaurs (claws, jaws, and agility), and tyrannosaurs (large heads and crushing jaws).
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( This post was last modified: 10-30-2019, 10:23 AM by Verdugo )

Why no mention of basal Megalosauroid?

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(10-30-2019, 07:53 AM)DinoFan83 Wrote: In your opinion, what are some of the most formidable meat eating dinosaurs at parity and why?
For me, it's abelisaurids (due to bulk and strong bite), carnosaurs (large gapes, large skulls, deadly serrated teeth, and large forearms), dromaeosaurs (claws, jaws, and agility), and tyrannosaurs (large heads and crushing jaws).

All of them are formidable, maybe except the smaller theropods. Can't decide.
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@Verdugo 

My bad. Completely forgot.
Megalosaurids are pretty impressive as well; they have MASSIVE skulls, large forearms, for the most part pretty bulky, and may be able to slice AND crush
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