I dont think it should be for just small carnivores. I have two threads that go over hunting you should give them a read. Also Large carnivores should hunt in breeding pairs for lack of a better team. The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence.For starters, my friend, that is a painting, not a photograph. Secondly, having multiple skeletons in the same dig site is NOT evidence of social behavior. Dig sites are basically graveyards, and unlike ours, they don’t have historical documentation, let alone genetic evidence. Pack hunting should only be for small carnivores, PERIOD.
That's not how the field of science works. If someone wants their hypothesis to be widely considered, then it's up to the person who proposed the hypothesis to support it. Just because there's no direct evidence to disprove it, that doesn't make it credible. If I went and said, "T-rex looked like a giant rainbow-colored fairy" then is that automatically credible just because there's no direct evidence to disprove it? It's the same in the court of law, it's up to the party who makes the accusation to prove that the accused is guilty in order to pass a conviction rather than the accused proving their own innocence.The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence.
A Pair is not a pack A pair like in TLW was only parents and a offspring and In reallife its more likely that T-rexed Hunted in pairs but not in a Pack and when its only a short time until Mating season is overFollowing a strictly JP novel canon stand point, I think that some large dinosaurs should be inclined to hunt in packs. In "The Lost World" novel, the party was being actively hunted by two Carnotaurus. Now, there is no real world evidence for this, except for JP canon.
Unfortunately, JP canon and JW canon are not the same, and in the case of JW there is no evidence of large theropods hunting in groups. Additionally JW canon further discredits JP novel canon by completely altering Carnotaurus.
All the same, while the concept of Tyrannosaurs hunting in packs as hypothesized by Stephen Louis Brusatte is likely just that, a hypothesis based on multiple skeletons being found at one dig site.
YOU CAN DO THAT IN JW:E BUT YOU NEED TO HAVE SECRETS OF DR.WU DLC.
no you cant. he is clearly speaking about hunting in packs, not just having more than 1 rex in an enclosure. packhunting is sth that is completly missing in this gameYOU CAN DO THAT IN JW:E BUT YOU NEED TO HAVE SECRETS OF DR.WU DLC.
New genome modifications came with this DLC you can change dinosaur's social, stress, population and habitat requirements with this DLC. If you apply Group 2.0 genome Rex's Social requirement becomes : 4-4
Well you're right but when you apply Group 2.0. You're doing something more than just having more than 1 rex in an enclosure because they are actually being a pack. The missing thing is they are fighting alone which makes you think they are just hanging around alone. If you have the Henry Wu DLC try to release 4 Rexes with Group 2.0 modification and then let them escape from their enclosure you'll see that all the rexes will follow the Alpha one. The missing thing is they are hunting lonely as you said. It would be cool to see Apexes are hunting giant herbivores together but I really don't think they need to hunt together if their prey is medium or armored herbivores. In my opinion pack hunting would be better if they make it like this :no you cant. he is clearly speaking about hunting in packs, not just having more than 1 rex in an enclosure. packhunting is sth that is completly missing in this game