A Killer Larger Than T-Rex

Carcharodontosaurus A carnivore larger than T-Rex. A land-based killer estimated to be over 44 feet long with weight estimates reaching between 6.2 and 15.1 metric tons. Living in North Africa 112-90 million years ago. A Carnosaur and a relative to Allosaurus but 4 times bigger. Imagine an animal that was able to look down at T-Rex. With serrated 8-inch long teeth geared for slicing its prey with the greatest of ease. Animals this big usually need a large hunting area and there is little doubt that Carcharodontosaurus would have needed a very vast space for which to claim and hunt. A number of teeth gouges and scratches on the skulls of this animal match those of the teeth and claws of its o

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