Top 10 Powerful Dinosaurs Ever

10. Pachycephalosaurus
The Pachycephalosaurus isn’t a carnivore, but this doesn’t mean it’s not powerful or scary. The Pachycephalosaurus is characterized by its domed head made of bone, which is used to combat predators (and others of the same species during mating season). These dinosaurs are like head-butting goats, but a thousand times worse. They shouldn’t be underestimated, and nobody would want to be stuck between them and a wall. They might be small, but they are very strong.

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9. Triceratops
Triceratops is a herbivore that has a lot of power. This dinosaur has wicked horns to keep it safe from predators. The Triceratops has a large frill that could reach around three feet long. This, combined with those two large horns and small beak, make this animal quite intimidating to look at.

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8. Allosaurus
Like the Velociraptors, the Allosaurus is a meat-eating therapod that hunts in packs though they are only seen by their lonesome in the movies and don’t really see much action, so to speak.
Nevertheless, they’re frightening dinosaurs who would just as deadly up close as their more well-known relatives are.

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7. Ankylosaurus
Often compared to an army tank or bus, Ankylosaurus was a heavily armored dinosaur with a large club-like protrusion at the end of its tail. Ankylosaurus means “fused lizard” in Greek, and it was given that name because bones in its skull and other parts of its body were fused, making the dinosaur extremely rugged.

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6. Stegosaurus
You might not expect to encounter a small-headed, small-brained plant-eater like Stegosaurus on a list of the world’s deadliest dinosaurs—but focus your attention on the other side of this herbivore’s body, and you’ll see a dangerously spiked tail that could easily bash in the skull of a hungry Allosaurus. This thagomizer (so named after a famous “Far Side” cartoon) helped to compensate for Stegosaurus‘ lack of intelligence and speed. One can easily imagine a cornered adult flopping down on the ground and swinging its tail wildly in all directions.

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5. Carnotaurus
The Carnotaurus, as the name implies, is another meat-eating dinosaur and almost resembles a small Tyrannosaurus Rex. Though nowhere near as large or powerful, its plentiful sharp teeth and wide bite make it more than a concern for any human who comes across one in the wild.
The demonic horns on either side of its head are also quite intimidating and it’s shown holding its own against much heavier dinosaurs in Jurassic World: the Fallen Kingdom, even if it’s mostly shown to be bullied around by the bigger T-Rex.

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4. Spinosaurus
It’s the world’s first identified swimming dinosaur. This 10-ton predator spent its days in and around rivers, pinning fish between its massive, crocodile-like jaws and occasionally surfacing like a shark to terrorize smaller, land-bound dinosaurs. Spinosaurus may even have tangled occasionally with the comparably sized crocodile Sarcosuchus, aka the “SuperCroc,” surely one of the epic matchups of the middle Cretaceous period.

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3. Utahraptor
Deinonychus and Velociraptor get all the press, but for sheer killing ability, no raptor was more dangerous than Utahraptor, adult specimens of which weighed almost a ton (compared to 200 pounds at most, for an exceptionally big Deinonychus). The Utahraptor’s characteristic sickle-shaped toe claws were nine inches long and incredibly sharp. Weirdly, this giant raptor lived 50 million years before its more famous descendants, which were considerably smaller (but a lot faster).

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2. Mosasaurus
This ocean beast is so huge that it eats sharks as snacks and effortlessly took down the Indominus Rex in one incredible lunge. The Mosasaurus is proof that the oceans during the time of dinosaurs would have been even scarier than being on the land. While the only ocean animal on this list, it’s definitely one of the most powerful. With its sheer size, it’s just awe-inspiring.

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1. Tyrannosaurus Rex
There’s no other dinosaur that could occupy this top spot on the list. While not the biggest carnivore or the fastest, there’s no other dinosaur that can compare to the excitement and fear that seeing that T-Rex in the first movie created.

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It really says something when fans were outraged by the Spinosaurus’s defeat of this majestic creature. While other dinosaurs might be able to best the Tyrannosaurus in terms of raw size, it will always be the most powerful and influential in the series.

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