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Elephant vs Trex
Who would win?
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>>2574303
One elephant, T-Rex.
A whole herd of elephants, probably elephants?
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>>2574303
Rex wins. An elephant is not going to have a clue what to do when it gets charged by a predator larger than itself.
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T rex bites down on any part of the elephant and the amount of sheer force will cause the elephant to drop down right there. You don't fuck with someone with a bite strong enough to flatten your SUV like a pancake
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>>2574303
>Rabbit vs Wolf
>Who would win?
thought-provoking question, OP. I wonder who it would be?
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normally trex would win
maybe a large bull elephant could win
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>>2574313
What?
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>>2574348
1 X=" T. rex"
2 Y="one elephant"
3 Z="herd of elephants"
4 input A
5 if A=Y then goto 8 else 6
6 print Z, "wins"
7 end
8 print X, "wins"
9 end
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The elephant. I've met dozens of elephants and not one of them has ever lost a fight with a rex. Show me ONE rex who has beat an elephant, I dare you.
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>>2574303
>animal that specialised to hunt down heavily armed and armoured prey
>strongest bite of any knowm terrestrial animal designed to crush bones and rip off massive chunks of flesh
Vs
>large mammal that is smaller than the largest prey it hunted and significantly less armed and armoured
T-rex
What type of dump question is this?
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>>2574393
An elephant can outrun a T-Rex.
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>>2574401
trex fags BTFO
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>>2574401
>run
The thread clearly states the two are fighting, what good is running going
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What might happen is that a solitary tyrannosaur might harry a herd until a weaker/younger elephant falls behind, picking them off. Alternatively, a gang of tyrannosaurs might cause the herd to scatter, running down as many as possible. Afterward the largest tyrannosaurs would likely take the lion's-share of the kill, weaker ones had to wait or challenge.
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>>2574401
Lmao no meal for you virgin rex
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>>2574410
>t-rex tries to eat elephant
>elephant runs away
>t-rex starves to death
>elephant wins by default
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>>2574401
neither one can run




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