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T-rex was a predator T-rex was a predator
Hey guys, cryptonoah here. To this date my rant on Valley of the T-rex is my most popular deviation. So I figured, why not just rant on the whole scavenger theory? So, this is me debunking Jack Horners Scavenger Theory:
1. Arms: Horner tends to focus on T-rex's arms, claiming that, without them, he couldn't hunt. Well, it's arms were so short, because it had to counterbalance it's enormous crushing head, which is perfect for killing prey. And, while small, it's arms were still functional,able to lift 450 pounds.
2.Speed: Horner claims that T-rex was too big and heavy to run fast.But, the myth of T. rex being a slowpoke has already been debunked by Gregory S. Paul (one of the few people that actually PROPERLY studied the legs of T. rex. And, even if it wasn't very fast, neither was it's prey!Also, There has, in recent years, been the di
Cinematic Turds: CarnosaurCinematic Turds: Carnosaur
An angry kid with glasses sat down" Hello, I'm Cryptonoah. I remember it but I don't want t-DINOSAURS!" he shouted
(Images of dinosaurs appear with Jurassic Park music in the background)
"I freaking love dinosaurs!Especially T-Rex and Triceratops. And I love movies about dinosaurs. Especially King Kong (both versions), The Lost World (the Conan Doyle version), any Ray Harryhausen dino film and, of course, Jurassic Park. But, with the good dinosaur films, there are also bad ones. For example, Carnosaur.
(Clips from movie play.)
“Uh-huh, you remember this. That cheap movie about a mad scientist who tries to kill humanity by recreating dinosaurs. Now, I never read the Harry Adam Knight novel, but it looks pretty cool. If I ever find it, I'll give it a read. But, the movie it inspired blows.”
“So, let's see why this idea should have gone extinct, this is Carnosaur.” Noah said
“ So, this movie is set in the American South West INSTEAD
T-rex hunt T-rex hunt
South Dakota.67 million years ago. A family of Edmontosaurus is feeding on ferns. At over 40 feet long and weighing in at 5 tons, their size keeps them safe from most predators. But, their young aren't so fortunate. 2 juveniles wander off from the herd. They are feeding by the edge of the forest, vunerable to hungry killers. In the bushes, a T-rex is lying in wait. Full grown adults can reach 45 feet long and weigh 6 tons. But, this one is a juvenile. It leaps out at the Edmontosaurus, causing the entire herd to stampede. But, they aren't running from the juvenile. They know young T-rex are scouts for the adults. The Juvenile succeeds in separating them from the herd. Then, two more juveniles spring out from the bushes, keeping up chase. Then, 2 adults spring out from the bushes and bite the juvinle. One holds on while the other bites its neck,
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