Giganotosaurus vs T Rex: Size. Having bred both 20/20 in both lines Giga and Tuso, I dont know. Sort by. FULL IMPRINT GIGA vs TITANOSAUR | ARK: Survival Evolved | Cantex; Who Is the Largest on Earth? Titanosaurs (or titanosaurians; members of the group Titanosauria) were a diverse group of sauropod dinosaurs, including genera from Africa, Asia, South America, North America, Europe, Australia and Antarctica.The titanosaurians were the last surviving group of long-necked sauropods, with taxa still thriving at the time of the extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous. The Titanosaur (tye-TAN-uh-SAWR) is one of the Creatures in ARK: Survival Evolved.It is the single largest creature in the game (only to be beaten by the Titans, Rockwell, and the Alpha Deathworm), towering over even the Brontosaurus and the Giganotosaurus.It is so large, the dinosaur will render into the game far before other resources, trees and animals do. Like so people see! I would think the Tuso can evade until Giga runs out of stamina, then just pick them apart as the big guy drowns. Who wins? 12. ... 100% imprinted Giga with ascendant saddle can solo kill a Titan. 85% Upvoted. For many years Tyrannosaurus held that record (although bits and pieces of Carcharodontosaurus and Spinosaurus showed that they were as large as any individual T. rex). The Giganotosaurus wins this round. The Giganotosaurus and Tyrannosaurus (T. Rex) lived millions of years apart and in different areas. Giganotosaurus (/ ˌ dʒ aɪ ɡ ə ˌ n oʊ t ə ˈ s ɔː r ə s / JY-gə-NOH-tə-SOR-əs) is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now Argentina, during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 98 to 97 million years ago.The holotype specimen was discovered in the Candeleros Formation of Patagonia in 1993, and is almost 70% complete. I finally tracked down a lvl 5 Titanosaur … Log in or sign up to leave a comment log in sign up. However, he didn't rage, so I was confident we'd be fine. 19 comments. Be careful fighting him too close of your base, he can destroy everything. share. 60 tamed Giganotosaurus vs Titanosaurus. #12 < > Showing 1-12 of 12 comments . The species was first described in 1980, and it is considered small compared with other titanosaur species, measuring only 12.2 to 12.8 meters (about 40 to 42 feet) long and weighing slightly under 7 metric tons (about 7.7 tons). The long-skulled Giganotosaurus, native to South America, lived during the Mesozoic Era (97 million years ago), while the massive, heavy-headed T. Rex, native to North America, lived during the Maastrichtian age of the upper Cretaceous Period (67 to 65.5 million years ago). Per page: 15 30 50. report. Who wins? -On ark mobile, if you do the kill giga quest, you get a free titanosaur platform saddle.-Although it’s tempting to build huge bases on it, since it’s a temporary tame it’s not worth it to try super big bases. Then, in 1995, paleontologists Rodolfo Coria and Leonardo Salgado reported the discovery of a new meat … Saltasaurus is a titanosaur named for the city of Salta in northern Argentina, where it was discovered. Before there was the ridiculous Tyrannosaurus vs Spinosaurus debate raging non stop there was the just as ridiculous Tyrannosaurus vs Giganotosaurus debate. Titanosaur need at least 2 players to kill, but, with hard work, you can kill him alone, because he's so strong and have a lot of HP. Recently, I took out Shin-Godzilla, our lvl 260 100% imprinted Giga, to duke it out with a Titanosaur. Contrary to popular belief, the T-rex is not the largest dinosaur in history. I had participated in fights with titanosaus before, and I had lost up to 2K HP on the giga. Giganotosaurus vs T. rex, who is the deadliest predator? Close. save. Never thought of putting them up against one another, what with Tuso being exclusivly water and Giga having water be their greatest weakness. hide. 60 tamed Giganotosaurus vs Titanosaurus. 530 points Utility Jun 6, 2020 Report. Posted by 5 months ago. Giganotosaurus (meaning "giant southern lizard") is currently one of the largest known meat-eating dinosaurs ever.