Meat is meat. If that bite was in the least bit strong that Spino would've been toast. As it was, the Rex's bite barely broke the skin
That's silly. the Spino's a B-movie monster- he's obviously going to be inordinately insanely tough, even if it doesn't make any sense. Like how Godzilla can withstand missiles without being reduced to a pile of burnt meat.
Fence was in disrepair... Plane knicked him with the propeller.
And its still a steel fence no less. Bashign through one, even a weakened one, is an incredible feat. And the fence showed little signs of disrepair, the paint wasn;t even peeling! And I don't really see the point of the whole 'plane knicked him with the propeller'...
Iguanodons aren't rexes, that's for sure. However, the few seconds Aladar fought the Carno (before the beast was killed by its own weight) showed the Carno to be far superior. Obviously. Aladar merely used his superior stance, low center of gravity, and admittedly great strength to push the monster a few feet. As I'd said, the Carno wasn't taking him seriously. Moments before it had thrown a larger Iguanodon like 60 feet through the air.
Bullying something 3 times smaller than you is hardly a feat. And Aladar still managed to shove him around for abit, leading to his death. Carnotaurus never displayed enough personality to show he was playing with anything.
Wait... you don't recall him ripping massive chunks out of other dinosaurs in A DISNEY MOVIE AIMED AT KIDS? Come to think of it, neither do I. At any rate, we're dangerously close to the realm of silly here. We're talking about a film where the carno bites Aladar as he's falling and there's no damage to his flesh. Those teeth are goddamned sharp. It makes no sense. Oh. wait... It's a Disney movie aimed at kids.
Prove they are 'goddamned sharp'. Its a Disney movie, but is they didn't pierce flesh, they are weak. We base what we see from the film itself. I can fully understand why Carno wasn;t ripping chunks from his foes, but it diminishes his feats. Fullstop.
He attacked the door and couldn't bust through. That fence had been maintained for many years. It was likely very weakened by the hurricanes and the elements in general. The plane was as durable as a tin can. It was obviously very damage by the crash. As for the tyrannosaur's neck, it was NOT the bite that broke it. At all. Rather it was a twisting motion aided by the neck and arms of the Spino. Again... good luck doing that to a carnotaurus who (unlike the rex, who was 5 tons TOPS) is significantly larger and stronger.
We never saw how he attacked the door. For all we know, he could have been uanble to bash it with effective force because of how short it was. The plane was damaged, but its still steel and very durable, and the Spino was casually poking holes into it. And breraking a Rex's neck with your arms with little visible effort is bloody impressive.
Throwing an animal even half your weight with neck strength alone is incredible. We never saw Spino do anything like that. Other than the questionable feat of bashing through the fence. Which hadn't been been maintained for 7 or 8 years.
And its still a damned steel fence. A very thick steel fence he not just bashed through, but practically exploded when he ran through, with again, no injury. And also, breaking a Rex's neck with little effort. And poking holes into a plane with his snout.
Even with a five foot advantage the Carnotaurus is much more robust and a monster like that at 45 feet would still be the size he is in the picture (in comparison to the Spinosaurus). The Spino is gonna be just another prey animal.
The Spino is 8 metres tall here. He's going to be taller than the Carnotaurus. And just another prey animal? Really?