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Size comparisons

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Average hippo (Wikimedia Commons) vs Allosaurus fragilis (UUVP 6000, by Hartman)
Hippo is scaled to 50-60 cm skull length while Allosaurus fragilis is 8.8 meters TL (stretched out, I think). Scalebar is one meter.
On the bottom is skulls for each, both from Wikimedia Commons. Hippo skull is about 50-60 cm, give or take a few cm, while Allosaurus fragilis skull is about 85 cm not from the mandible, give or take a few cm. Scalebar is 10 cm.

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Makarand Saraf
Face to Face : Meet of the Titans

Was lucky enough to see these two giants from the wild come face to face at the Jaldapara National Park in West Bengal, India.

DOP: November 2019

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Sue the Tyrannosaurus rex (12.3 meters, ~8 tonnes or a bit more) vs OMNH 1670 Apatosaurus (28.3 meters, ~52 tonnes, less than half grown) and the paratype of Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum (35 meters, 75 tonnes). Skeletals are by Hartman, Hartman, and Greg Paul respectively, scalebar (on left) is 1 meter.

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