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TOP 10 Largest CARNIVOROUS DINOSAURS – Viral Trends

TOP 10 Largest CARNIVOROUS DINOSAURS




In this video we will explore the top 10 CARNIVOROUS DINOSAURS… Torvosaurus Gurneyi The newest species of megalosaur to date, Torvosaurus Gurneyi is indeed a monster. Though not the twelve…

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  1. Before I start watching this video, I have to type a few things
    1.) Sue is not the largest specimen, its just the most complete, Rex's can get bigger than Sue's size
    2.) Turns out Giganotosaurus size estimate was kinda exagerrated, turns out it was just the same size as Rex not bigger
    3.) Spinosaurus was actually the same size as Rex too, kinda, because sail, and even though it turns out it wasnt a Quadruped and was Bipedal, it still had small arms.

  2. This video is terrible. Spinosaurus wasn't bipedal, and just about all the pronunciations where about as wrong as they could be. It wouldb't be a problem if it was done under the pretense of being "educational", rather than sensationalist, which it clearly is. Garbage channel.

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    Oh Hello! Did u scroll all the way down here!

  4. I have to say there were wrong facts about some of those Dino’s. There has been larger tyrannasaurs then sue some have reached 13.2 meters in length and were 6-7 tons and 13ft tall.2 Mapusaurs should of been number 10 because it’s 10.2 meters in length to 12.2 in length and was weighed a lot more less then Rex.3 chilataisaurs was not bigger then Rex hunntie it was indeed smaller it was found in Asia it was bigger than Mapusaurs should of been number 9. Finally, GIGANTOSAURS WAS NOT 15 METERS LONG THE LARGEST specimen WAS 13.5 ft long MY GOD GET THE RIGHT FACTS BEFORE YOU POST THIS VIDEO

  5. Nice but Giganotosaurus should be first (this is outdated I see)…newest discoveries point to a short legged semi-quadrupeded (edit) aquatic Spinosaurus. Even T-Rex could have just bit it's narrow (end of edit) head crushing it's skull if they had lived at the same time.

  6. Jeremy Lopez, they mentioned the largest Tyrannosaur T.rex so whats the point in mentioning its Asian cousin? Why put another extreamly similar Tyrannosaur in when aside of T.rex being more robust & heavier there's little difference!

  7. If he said spinosaurus is bigger than t.rex,I would of hit the dislike button and say that's wrong.(enjoy finding a video called t.rex was bigger than spinosaurus.😎😎😎😎)

  8. This is actually surprisingly accurate I really liked this because it was probably the most accurate dinosaur size comparison I have ever read or watched definite thumbs up 🙂

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