Spinosaurus ("spined lizard") was a theropod dinosaur that existed in what is now North Africa during the Cretaceous Period. Spinosaurus is the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, even larger than Tyrannosaurus rexCarcharodontosaurus, andGiganotosaurus. Estimates published in 2014, and based on more complete specimens, found that Spinosaurus could reach lengths greater than 15 m (49.2 ft).

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Tier: 9-A

Name: Spinosaurus

Origin: Jurassic Park

Gender: Unknown (Originally created to be female, but like all dinosaurs from Jurassic Park it can likely change it's gender)

Age: Unknown

Classification: Dinosaur, Theropod, Megalosauroid, Spinosaurid

Powers and Abilities: Super strength, speed and durability, enhanced sense of smell, can change sexes, powerful bite, swimming

Attack Potency: Small Building level (Demolished a whole steel wall, killed a subadult T-Rex with little difficulty)

Speed: Superhuman running speed (Likely the same as T-Rex)

Lifting Strength: Superhuman

Striking Strength: Small Building Class

Durability: Small Building level

Stamina: Superhuman

Range: Melee

Standard Equipment: None

Intelligence: Animalistic behaviors

Weaknesses: Nothing notable

Note 1: This profile only covers the individual that appears in Jurassic Park III, not the entire species Spinosaurus aegyptiacus.

Note 2: Recent discoveries suggest that Spinosaurus is a fish eater with physical characteristics specialized for aquatic life, not suited for fighting with other theropods of its size on land. THIS Spinosaurus, however, appeared long before such discoveries were published and therefore errors can be accepted (somewhat).

Note 3: Spino's victory over T-rex in the movie is widely accepted as PIS, as in real life Spinosaurs' jaws are not suited for breaking bones of animals of its weight class. Then again, the T-Rex that got killed was a subadult meaning it was weaker than adults like Rexy, Buck or Doe. This T-Rex was also portrayed as a scavenger due to Jack Horner's published work at the time claiming tyrannosaurs were not suited for hunting large animals. This is now disregarded and tyrannosaurs, or any carnivorous animals, can be both hunters and scavengers.


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