Dreadnoughtus


#1

The new Argentian super herbivore Dreadnoughtus! The 65 ton super herbivore that has a 30 foot long tail that is a giant whip. Why can’t we get any cool dinosaurs in Oklahoma?
Edit: Hey Turtle Rock: Could their be a creature either in the background or in a really, really big map where there is one of these things? New gamemode idea; Food Chain. Look for it in the gamemode ideas topic.


#2

You need to keep an eye on No Man’s Sky. :wink: I’m not so sure a huge dinosaur fits in to the world of Shear. (now I want to play Shear Panic)


#3

How is this dino different than a Diplodocus? I guess I just fail to understand :stuck_out_tongue:


#4

This dino is bassically a Diplodicus on steroids. It’s the biggest suaropod discovered.


#5

So basically they are one and the same, we just hadn’t ever seen an adult until now? :stuck_out_tongue:


#6

I think Diplodicus is an American sauropod and this new dinosaur is in Argentina so not the same. Just a lot bigger. As the video says, they are tanks.


#7

But weren’t dinos alive when the earth was Pangea? Shouldn’t location be a moot point?


#8

These were big animals. They probably didn’t travel that far. We’re talking about northern North America to the Sourthern tip of South America. Very unlikely it’s the same species.


#9

Well humans are largeish, and we are all over the world! So are dogs, cats, bears, etc… I will stop messing with you now :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

Sorry, image is cropped so it doesn’t show the tail. :frowning:


#11

You’re both resident paleontologists!

Now be excited about a dinosaur together like these two


#12

I’d rather be the T-Rex. :smiley: I don’t think I’ll be a paleontologist in my career. I am taking a game design class next semester though.


#13

interestingly enough I am going to be doing game design in school too next semester!


#14

Just read the bottum half. The top half is for laughs.


#15

Now thats a big dino


#16

Titanfall had dinos in it’s background and it looked great! One would be pretty neat here too! :stuck_out_tongue:


#17

I saw this the other day. Super awesome news! Just imagine all the creatures that existed that we may never find fossil records of. O_O