art by NashD1
"People talk about how carnosaurs are geared towards hunting sauropods, but how would they do so?
I always depict them going for the neck and tail to quickly disable them, or burrowing their heads into the sides and cloacae to start feasting on the good bits early (like hyenas and petrels) Anybody else got some ideas? Perhaps (non apatosaurine) sauropods would defend themselves by stomping the toes of carnosaurs tearing into their sides, and whipping ones that try to get into their cloacae. Obviously apatosaurines had brontosmashing to crush those coming for the base of the neck.
Perhaps the carnosaurs had some kind of counter to these defenses? Assuming mob mentality (not quite a pack, not quite just chance groupings) they could send out some to distract them before a horde of archosaurian teeth and claws come tearing into their juiciest bits Think hyena\crocodile\petrel
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