There brain look similar.
t-rex Hydraxon said: I actually think that the largest teeth belonged to the Kronosaurus, as in my research I found it has teeth up to 23 cm long!
Allosaurus was 28 feet long and weighed somewhere between one and two tons. Ceratosaurus measured about 20 feet long, and weighed between half a ton and a ton. Allosaurus was significantly larger, so it would almost certainly win a fight with Ceratosaurus, but Ceratosaurus could probably run away if necessary.
Allosaurus was the top predator of the Jurassic period. There were three known species, A. Atrox, A. Fragilis, and A. Amplexus, although some scientists believe there may have been as many as seven. The largest was Allosaurus Amplexus, up to 40 feet in length.
No, allosaurus was the top predatore of its age.
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Allosaurus hunted any herbivorous dinosaurs that it could catch. Prey would have included Dryosaurus, Stegosaurus, and Camptosaurus. They may have even hunted and eaten sauropods, such as Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brachiosaurus, and Camarasaurus.
2 weeks minimum.
Allosaurus was 28 to 32 feet long and weighed somewhere between 2,200 and 8,800 lb depending on whose estimate you use. Tyrannosaurus rex was 40 feet long and weighed 12,000 to 26,000 lb. Tyrannosaurus rex would almost definitely defeat and kill an Allosaurus in a fight unless the Allosaurus managed to escape. Note that they never would have encountered each other, though, because Allosaurus died out about 97 million years before Tyrannosaurus evolved.
i think it would be... an ostrich, a crocodilia, a bird, or an alligator :3
Young Allosaurus were either protected by their parents or simply ran to escape danger. Adult Allosaurus were 28 feet long and weighed somewhere between 2,200 and 8,800 lb depending on whose estimate you use. Because they were the largest predators in their habitat, the only significant threat to adult Allosaurus were other adult Allosaurus. They would have fought each other mostly by biting, but they may have also used their relatively strong arms and struck each other with their claws.
That depends on what the final Finnish is
It is unknown whether Allosaurus hunted prey animals far larger than itself, such as adult sauropods. If it did, it is believed that Allosaurus would have mobbed the prey animals and slashed them, causing them to eventually bleed to death.
However, it may have only hunted young sauropods and other herbivorous dinosaurs such as Camptosaurus, Dryosaurus, and Stegosaurus, and simply scavenged on adult sauropods. To hunt these dinosaurs, Allosaurus probably would have hunted alone by ambushing them, then chasing them at a top speed of between 19 and 34 miles per hour. When Allosaurus caught up, it would grasp the prey with its hands and then dispatched it with bites to the throat.
Period: Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous
Time range: 155 to 140 million years ago
Allosaurus fossils date to between 155 and 150 million years ago. Presumably they died out around 150 million years ago.
Allosaurus fossils date to between 155 and 150 million years ago. This was during the Kimmeridgian and then the Tithonian stages of the Jurassic period.
brachiosaurus would win because is more bigger than allosaurus
An adult allosaurus probably measured, on average, 28 feet in length. In metric units, that is 8.5 meters. The largest confirmed Allosaurus was 32 feet long, or 9.7 meters.
It had a stong bite and could easily tear flesh.
Firstly, T-rex lived over 80 million years after Allosaurus, so they never would have encountered each other. However, T-rex outweighed Allosaurus by about three times, if not more, and had a very powerful bite force, while Allosaurus is estimated to have had a relatively weak bite force. This means T-rex could probably kill an Allosaurus in a fight, and if it did, it would have eaten it. However, Allosaurus would be very risky prey, so I doubt that T-rex would have hunted Allosaurus if they did coexist.
The Allosaurus lived 150 million years ago. That was during the Jurassic period. The Jurassic period was part of the Mesozoic era.
Allosaurus fragilis received its name in 1877. It was named by Othniel Charles Marsh. Allosaurus means "different" or "strange" lizard, and the species name "fragilis" means fragile, referring to the features of the vertebrae that reduce its weight.