Tooth of the African T-Rex
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The Carcharodontosaurus was a big carnivorous dinosaur who lived about 100 million years ago in current North Africa.
Greater than the T-Rex
There are not many carnivorous dinosaurs that are larger than the American Tyrannosaurus Rex. The Carcharodontosaurus was about 2 meters longer and ran like the T-rex on its hind legs and had relatively small forelegs. This Dino is also regularly referred to as the African T-rex.
Striking on the teeth of the Carcharodontosaurus is the curved and curved shape. This made it ideal for cutting, but not to crack bones or hold a prey for a long time. From this it is deduced that this hunter has probably attacked his prey several times in a row to get it down.
Difference between Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus teeth
The spinosaurus teeth are cylindrical and pointed. These were well suited for capturing and keeping their prey. The Carcharodontosaurus teeth are just slim, crooked and tortured to cut and tear pieces of their prey. Two successful but completely different methods of the largest country of predators ever existed!