>>2036621 The triceratops beats them all,even if it was a fight all vs triceratops. If we make it more fair and take him out,probably hippos. They cuck crocodiles on a daily basis and are more or less on par with Rhinos,but they have the numeric advantage.
>>2036621 We know from roman times that rhinoceros wrecks auroch every time by stabbing it's belly from underneath, gaur and aurochs are equivalent. I'm sure romans had some of the other animals fight each other but i can't remember anything.
We know from medieval times that bears had to have their teeth and claws torn out before fighting a pack of hunting dogs, which were probably sturdier than wolves, if smaller, and actually want to fight the bear with no preservation instinct. This was done because otherwise the dogs would be torn to shreds instantly, and we're talking european bears, a single grizzly would absolutely rape a wolf pack, this is the least balanced team of the bunch.
Jaguars routinely hunt caimans, so maybe lions have the edge on the crocs, but saltwater crocs might be too large.
Hippos routinely snap crocs in half and shrug off lions.
I'm not sure if wolves can take down the gaur. Lions probably can, but only one at a time.
Triceratops vs utahraptor would be like an upscaled protoceratops vs velociraptor in that they would be instantly fossilized.
>>2037839 >>2036753 This idea that exothermic animals are slow and lumbering is so stupid I have no idea where it came from because anyone who has seen a reptile warmed up in the wild or from keeping them knows full well how fast they move. Reptiles are anything but slow, hell even tortoises can move when they want to.
>>2036753 The atmosphere is more than fine for them, and they weren't slow whatsoever. Triceratops fucks everything on this list with very little effort, the only things that would even have a slight possibility of hurting it would be the raptors. It was also fucking huge.
I can't even believe anyone could think a few hippos would beat a triceratops, it would just plow through them like they weren't even there
>>2037928 There is this recent invention called semi automatic fire. Also animals being scared by loud noises or by seeing their buddies suddenly being blown to bits. Also buckshot, explosive incendiary shells and so on. In addition humans are good climbers unlike all animals on the list except possibly the raptors, and can pick them off in safety from a tree or something. For crying out loud pepper spray is an adequate defence against wolves and bears, and people have survived with a big stick or a knife, it's not an hypothetical situation it happens all the time, fucking wolfaboos.
>>2038803 >>2038086 you are autistic. anyway you have to keep in mind that humans are pretty reckless given that injuries, even serious ones, are rarely deadly and do not hinder us that much from pursuing our daily life. animals do not have hospitals so predators are in general very careful around their prey and do not engage in an all out deathmatch as minor injuries can be deadly.
>>2039183 You're completely retarded if you think some hippos could kill a triceratops. Bears would also probably get fucked by the utahraptors. 16 wolves are not beating 8 saltwater crocodiles. 16 wolves would have a hell of a time even trying to seriously injure ONE crocodile. They aren't exactly built for killing gigantic armored animals.
>>2039166 >The wolves could take the Guar If it was a lone one, bovids also work together. >without a loss hahah no
>Then 16 wolves vs 5 bears also favors them, wolves know how to work together, bears don't Irrelevant, a single grizzly can easily dispatch a dozen wolves, while i'm not even sure a wolf could do any lethal injury to a grizzly.
I think people underestimate the saltwater crocodiles, sure they'd get wrecked by the trike, hippo and rhino, but the rest would be wasted the second they put their nose close to the water. considering it takes 3 bears to match an adult saltie in weight there is no chance for the bear once it gets pulled into the water. infact gaurs are part of their natural diet.
>>2036621 Triceratops is just massive and has thick as fuck scales.
The mammalian carnivores and utahraptors might be able to surround it, but i doubt they can beat it, seeing how many lions it takes to bring down a elephant.
Im also seein triceratops doying less stabbing and more biting, most of the other animals are much lower than it and some herbivores have no problem with biting the shit out of other animals(see boars and tapirs).
>>2041357 Their bones werent weak, pneumatized bones might weight less, but they arent fragile at all and thats assuming utahraptor's bones were heavily pneumatized. Not being smart doesnt make an animal retarded, crocodiles and komodo dragons are not geniuses but can still shown remarkable intelligence. There is evidence for velociraptor tackling prey larger than itself and thats a medium sized dromaeosaurid, not the huge heavily built animal that was utahraptor.
>>2042170 Even according to the highest estimates and standing on the tippy toes the triceratops is 3 feet (about a meter) shorter than a bush elephant. Still where did you come from with twice the size?
>>2042208 >Even according to the highest estimates and standing on the tippy toes the triceratops is 3 feet (about a meter) shorter than a bush elephant no >Still where did you come from with twice the size? that wasn't me.
>>2042266 >You can't really argue data I agree, that's why I said no. the tallest triceratops are less than a meter shorter than the tallest African elephants. >it's based on the hips, so splaying, even if it was present, wouldn't be relevant so you think the hips magically hover at a certain height and the legs dangle down from there?
because the height of the hips is absolutely related to the bend and angle of the legs. You can check this yourself. Stand up and have your boyfriend measure how high your dick is off the floor. Now crouch down and have him measure again. See, your hip height changes as your legs bend....
>>2042730 you said it was 3 feet taller, I said it was less.
then you went on for 5 posts about how you less than 3 feet equals 3 feet, all while attempting to insult me.
I assume you're bugguy without the trip so I humor you and play along. I think he's got a tough life, and I enjoy watching him argue useless points. So if it brightens your day to insult me and argue pedantic semantics, so be it.
>>2042732 3 feet equals 0.9 meters (which is "about a meter" or "less than a meter" for your straw grasping self), that's all that i said, and is what you disagreed with, then agreed with like a mad person. Now you blame bugguy, and you accuse me of arguing semantics after posting something as ridiculous as >>2042718 and >>2042727 you must be joking or mentally impaired.
this isn't even a contest. The utah raptors would waste everything. They have a god damn machete on each foot and theres 4 of them. the utahraptor existed when many animals were considered toughskinned like alligators. Most animals nowadays are softskinned, even elephants. They would just fuck everything up.
>>2044948 The salties would be useless against the trike, hippos and rhinos, but none of the others would be really hurt the crocs except the raptors, who the crocs would be able to hurt. The crocs would also know how to avoid the hippos and rhinos.
>>2038086 if someone started shooting,they would have to kill 5 bears, 3 hippos and 2 rhinos before any of those animals reach the person. the others may scatter, but these ten would charge at the sound when high strung and surrounded by threats on all sides
>>2044154 >Triceratops lowers its head and bellows >You've got its head dead center in your crosshairs >You ready up the shot >Finger on the trigger >You stare at him, and he just stares right back at you >And that's when the attack comes. Not from the front, but from the side. >The other two Triceratops you didn't even know were there.
Even if you put in a human with guns, there would be too many highly aggressive targets for the gunner to kill many before they are overwhelmed. I would post the webm of a lion running up to a group of hunters and pouncing on one before taking off while practically eating bullets from 5 rifles. It would have died later, but the man dies immediately.
Tl;dr - human takes out 2 or three before eaten by lions and bears
>>2050963 I've seen videos of rhinoceroses being startled and running away so I'm not so sure about your scenario, still totally manageable with a semi-auto rifle of appropriate calibre, it's not like the animals are going to coordinate an assault.
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