Jumps to target in range and inflicts remarkable dino damage on hit.
The dinosaur Coelophysis lived during the late triassic of what is now the southwestern part of North America. He belongs to the group of therpoda, a former dinosaur genus.
The physique of this dinosaur was extremely efficient and designed for high speeds. The bones of Coelophysis were hollow limbs long and narrow. He had razor-sharp teeth, and his toes were tipped with sharp claws.
Attacks target in close combat range for huge dino damage.
Pachycephalosaurus lived 68-65 million years ago during the upper cretaceous in the area of what is now North America. The dino belongs to the genus of ornithischia from the group of pachycephalosauria.
Especially the skull structure is characteristic for this Dino. The head of Pachycephalosaurus was thick up to 25cm. He was able to withstand unusual shocks, particularly in battles against other males. It is also assumed that the dinosaur used his massive head for self-defense against other dinos.
Knocks back target in close combat range and inflicts major dino damage on hit.
The Parasaurolophus lived during the upper cretaceous in what is now North America 68-65 million years ago. The dinosaur belongs to the group of hadrosaurs.
Characteristic for the Parasaurolophus is his rearward bone horn on the skull. It is believed that this dinosaur was able to run on two legs. The Parasaurolophus was a gregarious animal and lived in groups of several dozen dinosaurs.
Attacks target in close combat range for major dino damage.
The Centrosaurus belongs to the genus of ceratopsidae. The dino lived during the upper cretaceous in what is now North America.
The constitution of the the Centrosaurus was heavyset. Characteristic for this dino was his big nose horn and the massive neck shield. Noticeable are its significantly longer hind legs compared to its front legs. Researcher assumes that the Centrosaurus was a gregarious animal, and probably lived in groups.
Attacks multiple targets in close combat range for extreme dino damage.
The Brachiosaurus lived in North America during late jurassic. You have to know that this dinosaur is one of the largest land animals that ever lived on earth.
Characteristic for the Brachiosaurus is surely his long neck, this accounts for more than half its body length. The astonishing thing is that the cervical vertebrae of this dinosaur were not larger than other sauropods, but for three times as long as the vertebra. In comparison with the long neck, the head of the Brachiosaurus was almost tiny.
It is assumed that Brachiosaurus was a herbivore and lived predominantly in groups.
Attacks multiple targets in front in close combat range for massive dino damage.
Carnotaurus was a large predator and lived in what is now South America. Characteristic for this dinosaur were two large horns on its forehead, his short deep skull and his two extremely small forelegs. These were even smaller than the already very short front legs of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Exceptional for dinosaurs are the untypical forward-facing eyes. This may indicate a spatial vision of Carnotaurus. Furthermore, from this dinosaur skin impressions could be ensured. So that we now know that this dinosaur was covered extensively with cup-shaped scales.
Causes multiple targets in medium range to flee in terror.
Tyrannosaurus Rex, latin for tyrannical king, is one of the largest carnivores in the history. The dinosaur lived during the upper cretaceous in what is now North America.
Tyrannosaurus moved on two legs and had a massive head. The tail of this dinosaur was used to maintain the equilibrium. The teeth of T-Rex were about 20cm long and extreme sharp. Researchers believe that this dinosaur could exert a bite force of up to 52,000 Newtons, which corresponds to 5 tons per tooth.
Besides his memorable skull, the barely distinct arms are characteristic for Tyrannosaurus. These, however, were exceptionally strong and sharp.