What Was The Biggest Meat Eating Dinosaur?

Argentinosaurus huinculensis

Is the Giganotosaurus the biggest dinosaur?

For a long time, Tyrannosaurus rex — “king of the dinosaurs” — was thought to be the largest carnivorous dinosaur. Today, Giganotosaurus is believed to have been slightly larger than T. rex, though even Giganotosaurus ranks behind Spinosaurus in size among the meat-eating dinosaurs.

What was the biggest meat eater?

Biggest Meat-Eating Mammal of All Time

  • Blue Whale. Without dispute, the blue whale is the largest meat-eating mammal ever to exist on the planet.
  • Andrewsarchus. Only one skull has ever been found, but based on its massive size the extinct Andrewsarchus is believed to have been the largest carnivorous land mammal ever.
  • Southern Elephant Seal.
  • Bear.

What was the biggest dinosaur in the world?

Argentinosaurus huinculensis

How many meat eating dinosaurs were there?

A: Most of the 335 kinds of dinosaurs ate plants, and about 100 kinds ate meat. But in any place, there were far greater numbers of plant-eaters than meat-eaters, just like today.

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