Dutchallosar said: Like I told you guys, I'm not debating the fight in the movie. In fact, I heard a theory that the Spinosaurus skeleton was actually a mix of bones from the Baryonyx and the Ouranosaurus. I don't know whether or not this is true, I need more information for this. But what I'm trying to show you, is that the Rex which most of you so fiercely protect, is most likely not the one as seen in the movies at all.
If spino really was that, irratator was still thought to have a sail!
With the debate, I think the Spinosaurus was completely seperate from Baryonyx. The Spino was just unanounced like the mamenchisaurus. Both were not in the park. JpDude, Spinosaurus lives in Africa while Baryonyx lives in N. America. so that can't be true.
Post by Supersaurus on Aug 23, 2010 16:53:27 GMT -5
Listed below are 10 of the JP dinosaurs with the 'average to large' skeletal sizes that I've so far worked out. These sizes are apparently true to science, but what I'm really interested in is how they compare to their Jurassic Park counterparts?
Once I have a much better idea of these dinosaurs actual sizes (including the movie animals), I will be able to get my sculptures of the above listed dinos more in scale with each other. I plan to do dioramas with the diferent species mixed together you see! ;D
Post by Supersaurus on Aug 24, 2010 13:54:17 GMT -5
I suppose it depends on the angle of the neck. If it was lowered, the head would not stand so high and it would appear longer. I'm going by the JP Brachiosaur version when I say 51ft tall. This is the model I want to do.