Like a T.Rex on diet pills, this tyrannosaur was faster than its famous cousin and a good deal smaller. Its agility and stamina allowed it to pursue hadrosaurs, and while it was not as strong as T.Rex, it was every bit as mean— and every bit as hungry. Albertosaurus dominated its territory and may have hunted in small family groups. ;)
Like a velociraptor—- but worse. It was about 10 feet long and would have towered over its smaller raptor relatives, but it was just as intelligent. It was a devious hunter, working in packs to take down huge prey animals. Its cunning and speed made it among the most dangerous therapods. ;)
Acrocanthosaurus was a prehistoric powerhouse; it was a predatory dinosaur about 40 feet long and it had no time to deal with your bullshit. It fed primarily on small sauropods and the first thing you should know—- a small sauropod is really fucking huge. But Acrocanthosaurus don’t care; Acrocanthosaurus don’t give a shit. It’s large, in charge, and metal as fuck. ;)
This strange dinosaur was the equivalent of a Cretaceous drag queen; presumed to be brightly colored and possibly feathered, its distinguishable shape and long neck set it literally head and shoulders above most of its contemporaries. It may have been a herbivore, but its 3 foot claws meant that fucking with Therizinosaurus would have more than likely ended in tragedy—— for you
This mid-sized carnivore used its wonky head-crest to attract mates; don’t let its head gear fool you, it was a formidable killer capable of bringing down prey several times its own size. Its name means “cold crest lizard;” a reference I suspect to its icy heart and utter badassery ;)
While purely herbivorous, this ceratopsian was a Cretaceous sass master and could fuck up all your shit in a matter of seconds with its broom-sized horns.