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When Tyrannosaurus has win in ancient battle.

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Love this. despite my belief that ankylosaurus would normally dominate T.rex in a fight. This gets a favorite from me!
Evodolka's avatar
like eating a gigantic weaponized burger :D
dolevfab's avatar
Finally an ankylosaur on the losing end
SpinoInWonderland's avatar
I like this. It's about time someone depicted a Tyrannosaurus triumphing over an Ankylosaurus.

I mean, wouldn't something like this been the more common outcome, when you forget the common media's image of it being a tank juggernaut of doom that obliterates much larger animals with ease...
MerryMohProductions's avatar
Well when you look at the predator/prey ratio, there seem to have been far more ankylosaurs than t.rex, so it must have done something right with it's armor and defenses.
ByTheGalaxies's avatar
Tyrannosaurus was actually a lot more common in its habitat compared to ankylosaurus
SpinoInWonderland's avatar
Apex predators tend to be less common than their prey in any healthy ecosystem. If a predator outnumbered it's prey, that would be an ecological disaster. It was doing something right with it's defences, I can't imagine a Dakotaraptor or an alioramid doing much to it. It's just not that effective against something as large as T. rex because size matters.
Evodolka's avatar
agreed, far too many a time have i seen nothing but Ankylosaurus breaking the legs of T.Rex in ever book and show with them in it
it's cool to see the tables turned for once
Real Heavy Weight
Jdailey1991's avatar
Which raises the question of how'd they pull it off?
SpinoInWonderland's avatar
Brute force? The largest known specimens of Ankylosaurus magniventris look to be roughly on par with the smallest known adult Tyrannosaurus rex specimens.
Love the feathers.
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