Indominus Rex Vs Giganotosaurus

Indominus Rex Vs Giganotosaurus

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Indominus Rex (Jurassic Park) will go up against mutated Giganotosaurus (Dino Crisis).

Who will win?

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25 Comments on "Indominus Rex Vs Giganotosaurus"

  1. Commander Cross January 16, 2016 at 12:23 am -      #1

    Would it be too obvious to say this is gonna take a while?

    What I recalled is that the Indominus Rex has Chameleon-like abilities to apply camouflage and a ‘Regular’ T-Rex was hard-pressed to take the thing down in 1-vs-1, how much tougher than a T-Rex in general is the Giganotosaurus by chance?

  2. Rookie January 16, 2016 at 2:48 am -      #2

    @Commander Cross

    “how much tougher than a T-Rex in general is the Giganotosaurus by chance?”

  3. lethal_gecko January 16, 2016 at 6:13 am -      #3

    I’m going to get technical by scaling the Giganotosaurus up.
    The G-rex evolved to hack and slash as crushing was not effective against large sauropod dinosaurs, they were meant to bleed their targets and rip flesh out. Compared to a T-rex their bites and physical strength were believed to be much lower despite it being a slightly bigger animal. It’s also believed that they hunted in packs which would lessen the need for increased strength.
    In a fight, a T-rex would beat its ass backwards as it was both more intelligent and stronger, it’s bite force is the greatest for any land animal ever although it would rarely ever use all of its strength due to the chance of injury.
    Scale G-rex up and its mass and muscle strength increases but it also gets slower, something it needed to keep up with the sauropods and flank them.
    The I-Rex is far more intelligent than the G-rex and the T-rex for that matter. While it’s got T-rex DNA i can’t comment on its stats as it’s not real. It looks to have a similar head shape to the G-rex and a Carcarodontosaurus which would make it a rip and shredder not a crusher like a T-rex. Nonetheless, given the G-rex’s mutated size and thus being slower, the I-rex could quite easily go for under the neck using some simple tactics and take out its one vulnerability.
    While yes, Rexy did turn the fight around and beat the **** out of the I-rex, it’s only because of good timing from the raptor to distract it. Although by looking at jaw structure it’s safe to say the T-rex had a greater bite force than the I-rex in general but that’s its only advantage.

  4. Mea quidem sententia January 16, 2016 at 7:45 am -      #4

    Indominus Rex loses for the simple fact that the word “indominus” isn’t even Latin. It’s “indomitus”.

  5. Friendlysociopath January 16, 2016 at 11:53 am -      #5

    Uhh, judging from that video I’m betting heavily on Giganotosaurus- anything big and strong enough to pick up a T-Rex and throw it through the air is probably capable of doing the same thing to the I.Rex.

  6. itcheyness January 16, 2016 at 1:39 pm -      #6

    Here’s the T-rex vs I-rex fight, in case anyone is interested,

    The T-rex got manhandled until the Velociraptor showed up to save it, and even then they both probably would’ve lost if they hadn’t gotten it within reach of the mosasaurus tank.

  7. Friendlysociopath January 16, 2016 at 1:58 pm -      #7

    The T-rex got manhandled

    The T-Rex got quite a few good bites in, the I-Rex only really started winning because it could use its arms to push the T-Rex around and claw at it.
    Also, the old, domesticated, T-Rex was back on its feet within seconds after the I-Rex got off of it, meaning it had plenty left to give in the fight.

  8. lethal_gecko January 16, 2016 at 6:37 pm -      #8

    Rexy vs Indominus Rex is the most satisfying fight I have ever witnessed. As for the G-rex simply picking I-rex up and killing it, a tiger can kill an elephant if it goes for the throat. Simple as.

  9. Friendlysociopath January 16, 2016 at 7:27 pm -      #9

    a tiger can kill an elephant if it goes for the throat.

    Which is why you hear all about the tigers that hunt elephants. Wait no- that just about never happens. Bigger animals beat the shit out of smaller ones in nature.

    Simple as.

    Simple as just biting the I-Rex once, picking it up and throwing it back down. Which, ironically, is exactly what elephants do when confronted by tigers.

  10. Oh, Answerer Of The Unanswerable January 17, 2016 at 12:15 am -      #10

    “The T-rex got manhandled”
    – Another thing you have to remember with that fight is that that T-Rex is the same one from the first movie, so an elderly T-Rex fought an I-Rex in her prime and was still capable of delivering a single good bite, that’s all Giganotosaurus needs.

  11. Dmtl January 17, 2016 at 5:07 am -      #11

    You know what would have been a nice match up? The Hybrid Rex from what was it I think Jurassic Park 3 vs. the I-rex

  12. lethal_gecko January 17, 2016 at 5:10 am -      #12

    I think you took me a bit too literally.

  13. OriginalA January 17, 2016 at 5:32 am -      #13

    “Which is why you hear all about the tigers that hunt elephants. Wait no- that just about never happens. Bigger animals beat the shit out of smaller ones in nature.”

    Ironically, a friend of mine was asking me, just to bounce ideas, why manatees weren’t hunted down by natural predators. He pointed out that Manatees don’t have tough skin, they aren’t particularly fast, no claws, no tusks, no natural weapons. … Then I pointed out that Manatees are fucking huge compared to the large predators that roam near them.

    More on topic, just looked up the Dino Crisis and Jurassic Park wikis.

    DC’s T-Rex: H 4.8 m L 14.5m
    JW’s Rexy : H 5.5 L 13.7m

    Indominous : H taller than Rexy L 15.2m
    Gigantosaurous: H 7m L 21 m

    Indominous Rex was challenged by an aged, and smaller T-Rex compared to the one that Gigantosaurus was able to lay a literal smack down on. Also Gigantosaurus’s lifting strength with its head is crazy; able to lift the t-rex like that.

    On the plus side, I-Rex is smart, not half blind (the T-Rex that the Gigantosaurus killed was blinded in one eye due to an explosion from an RPG-7), and has camouflage.

    I think the I-Rex can win, but maybe 4:6 odds at best.

    “You know what would have been a nice match up? The Hybrid Rex from what was it I think Jurassic Park 3 vs. the I-rex”

    You mean the juvenile T-Rex or the Spinosaurus? Cause the juvenile T-Rex would go down faster than Rexy; lack of size and all that.

  14. Dmtl January 17, 2016 at 6:20 am -      #14

    @OA – The Spinosaurus I guesss I didn’t remember it’s name…basically the thing they had fight the T-Rex in that movie.

  15. Sauroposeidon January 17, 2016 at 8:37 am -      #15

    “The T-rex got manhandled”

    What? No it didn’t? The T. rex fought surprisingly evenly considering the age difference between the two. However, once knocked down the Indominus took the time to smash her through that concrete building. A structure the Indominus itself was having a hard time knocking down just earlier when it was trying to get the humans.

    The T. rex seems dazed here at this point. She likely had the wind knocked from her. Which generally leaves you stunned for a few to several seconds. Where as before, even after whatever the Indominus threw at her, she fought back, this time she’s not moving very much.

    It is easy to assume the old lady is out of the fight at this point.

    Blue’s distraction provided her with the moment she needed to recover.

    We can see the the damage was superficial and not lethal in even the slightest when mere moments later she’s back in top form.

    A tyrannosaur’s life span in the wild we estimate to be 20-30 years. I don’t think we believe that we’ve found any in their late 30’s.

    This animal has been in captivity for most of her life. She is likely around 30 years old now. If we consider that the first movie came out just over 20 years ago, and she likely took a few years to grow even at an accelerated growth rate.

    She likely has another 5+ years left in her but this was really an elderly animal fighting one in her prime. So it is surprising that she survived this. I was expecting her to somehow die with the Indominus.

    Although physically, they seem evenly matched, this is likely because the Indominus also appears to have Giganotosaurus or Charcarodontosaurus in it as well. The skull structure is all wrong for a Tyrannosaur even though her base DNA is derived from one. This resulted in her having quite a robust body but a slender head in comparison. The animal did not seem to be able to offensively surpass the Rex, although it took blows which the old lady would have been winded by. Specifically when later she is smashed through a building as well. We even see rebar sticking out of her.

    Now, both the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Velociraptor are actually fairly closely related to each other when compared to other theropod groups. They split at some point it seems during the early Jurassic but keep many similar traits, such as high intelligence, long legs in comparison to other theropods, and presumably grouped living.

    This means the Indominus is smarter than the Rex, but not by a particularly large margin.

    The Indominus does not appear to have the same biting abilities of the Rex.

    The Indominus does seem faster than the Rex.

    The Indominus can take blows that the Rex could not, but this seems specifically due to age. Still, she takes a hit from an ankylosaurus straight to the head, That would have knocked out cold pretty much anything.

    The Indominus lacks the fighting experience of the Rex. She often takes blows that she doesn’t need, and does not recover well when an opponent goes on the offensive. Even though she is able to take hits much better than the Rex, she was still getting pushed around by the old lady for quite some time before she managed to take the upper hand. Again when Blue joined, she was defenseless. The Ankylosaurus would have won their fight as well if she were not a genetically engineered monster, as she failed to assess the danger of the tail and stay away from it.

    The Indominus is sloppy, but I propose this is entirely due to inexperience. She’d never been properly challenged before so she doesn’t KNOW to run away, even as smart as she is, unless a force comes at her so obviously alien and overwhelming that instincts take over. Like a minigun equipped helicopter spewing a river of hot lead death at her.

    This is my assessment of the Indominus’ capabilities.

    However, I recall the Dino Crisis Giganotosaurus being the size of Godzilla and picking up T. Rex in its jaws like an action figure so… it doesn’t really matter, I guess. There’s no way Indominus could face something of that size. Sure it was slow as fuck, but Indominus wouldn’t even have the weaponry to cut through its skin.

    Dino Crisis for the win.

  16. lethal_gecko January 17, 2016 at 12:24 pm -      #16

    I’m assuming a T-rex could live a lot longer than 30 years in the wild given the right conditions. Starvation, climate and other T-rex would kill off most before they reach maximum age, same as how my gecko can live three times longer than one in the wild.

  17. Sauroposeidon January 17, 2016 at 12:43 pm -      #17

    “I’m assuming a T-rex could live a lot longer than 30 years in the wild given the right conditions. ”

    Once you get to a certain age, disease becomes a problem.

    I would compare crocs or birds rather than traditional reptiles, as Dinosaurs are not really reptiles.

  18. Dmtl January 18, 2016 at 3:59 am -      #18

    Sorry I never watched Jurassic World do they state that’s the a same T-Rex from the first movie or is it a grown one?

  19. OriginalA January 18, 2016 at 4:51 am -      #19

    Rexy in JW has her scars from the Raptor Alpha attacking her at the end of JP1. She’s the same dino from JP1.

  20. Sauroposeidon January 18, 2016 at 8:07 am -      #20

    “Sorry I never watched Jurassic World do they state that’s the a same T-Rex from the first movie or is it a grown one?”

    They state, repeatedly, outside of the movie that it’s the same T. Rex. I don’t know if they ever do in the movie. However, to make it clear, she has scars from her fight with the raptors when the big one jumped on her.

    All of the other dinosaurs (except for the Dilophosaurus) appear to be a new batch that they’ve grown, for reasons unknown. Although it may just be that they are genetically more pure.

  21. Jake_Uzumaki January 18, 2016 at 10:58 am -      #21

    Well in the years before the reclamation of the park Rexie probably ate a percentage of the Dinosaurs that had been in her generation.

  22. Dmtl January 18, 2016 at 11:21 am -      #22

    Question 2…is this the same island as JP3? If so…why no Spinosaurus and I still think Spino vs I-Rex would be better match-up.

  23. Karen Starr January 18, 2016 at 11:24 am -      #23

    JP3 was a different island.

  24. Sauroposeidon January 18, 2016 at 11:39 am -      #24

    “Well in the years before the reclamation of the park Rexie probably ate a percentage of the Dinosaurs that had been in her generation.”

    My understanding is that Isla Nublar was not left to go feral like Sorna was. This is probably because of the established infrastructure allowed them to easily reclaim or destroy many of the animals. They mention something in The Lost World, and in the book, they just napalmed most of the park, as I recall. It’s possible that the Rex was the only animal bad ass enough to survive whatever they did to the place.

    I’m sure fan theories abound. We’ll never know until they tell us.

    “is this the same island as JP3?”

    That was Isla Sorna, which The Lost World also takes place in. The Spinosaurus is either forced to stay in a specific area of the island due to Tyrannosaurus pressure, or was newly introduced.

    I’ve often suspected it was introduced. It acts strangely, and not very much like a normal animal. It seems driven and insane, not guided by hunger and instinct but something else. It also does not look very much like a Spinosaurus at all. I expect it was one of ingen’s first hybrid monsters. Probably because Spinosaurus DNA would be so scant and difficult to get ahold of that they had a lot of holes in its code.

    It also was NOT on the list of Dinosaurs that Ingen was known to have made back in the day. This is confirmed both on what info we have from the first movie as well as a statement in the movie itself. There seems to be some mystery surrounding it, but we’ll probably never find out unless they intend to tie up the loose ends involved with JP3.

  25. Dmtl January 18, 2016 at 12:18 pm -      #25

    @Sauro thx for the info. Don’t feel like rewatching JP3 or 2 for that matter and not all that interested in JW.

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