Something is very off with this giganotosaurus. Need a better picture.The tail looks so small or is it just the angle?
skull seems accurate...posture, tail, fat belly...more or less not. I wonder if we can see a comparison between it and T-rex. Then we'd know if it was accurate or not.I hope the Giganotosaurus of JWE is mostly scientically accurate besides the shrink wrapping and pronating.
In what way?oh believe me you are wrong.
From what I can tell, there are 4 carnivore tiers: small, medium, medium-large, and large. Spinosaurus and Giga are in the medium-large tier, based on overall body size and their height from the top of their head, while Indominus and Tyrannosaurus are in the large tier. I'm personally not okay with this. I understand the reasoning, to boast the star of the show, but Spinosaurus, Giganotosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus should be in the same size category, while Indominus is a step up. A Rex can look and maybe even be larger, but it should not be this substantial, not in my opinion.Ridiculous
I know the measurements. T-rex is acknowledged as smaller but heavier than giga. The giga wouldve likely been 200 kg lighter due to its smaller ribcage.In what way?
Still it should be noted - that the holotype specimen of Giganotosaurus(MUCPv-CH-1) is really not any longer than the largest specimens of T.rex, about 12.3-12.5 meters. And the largest estimated Giganotosaurus is no longer than Rexy in JW (13.4 meters/44 feet).
Here is the Giganotosaurus Holotype - by Scott Hartman (2012)
While The 1.8 meter long skull for Giganotosaurus is an over-exaggeration. When corrected - the holotype Giganotosaurus skull is about 1.57 meters. While the largest specimen is estimated at about 1.65 meters. By comparison - the largest skull for T.rex is about 1.5 meters. So yes - the Giganotosaurus skull is slightly longer.And they found a skull 20 cm larger than that too, hitting 1.8 meters in length. Which is evidence enough of a larger skull than t-rex, correct?