| Allosaurus maximus||Allosaurus was a large, bipedal, carnivorous dinosaur, equipped with dozens of serrated sharp teeth perfect for killing prey with. Obviously, a terrestrial dinosaur. In addition, how wide in which its jaw could open was astonishing, the wounds it would leave predators with more than likely caused fatal blood loss and shock. It was also the most abundant predator at the time in the Late Jurassic.|
| Carnotaurus sastrei||Coming Soon.|
| Ceratosaurus nasicornis||Ceratosaurus was a medium sized ceratosaurid. It has 3 horns, 2 above the eyes and one at the nose, likely serving as display structures. Ceratosaurus are not the most powerful carnivore, but are a good medium predator, similar to Majungasaurus. They have teeth which are serrated at the back, useful for biting and gripping onto their prey. It lived in the iconic Morrison formation alongside famous dinosaurs such as Allosaurus and Stegosaurus|
| Deinosuchus riograndensis||Modern saltwater crocodiles have the strongest recorded bite of any living animal, with a maximum force of 16,414 N (1,673.8 kgf; 3,690 lbf). The bite force of Deinosuchus has been estimated to be 18,000 N (1,835 kgf; 4,047 lbf) to 102,803 N (10,483 kgf; 23,111 lbf). It has been argued that even the largest and strongest theropod dinosaurs, such as Tyrannosaurus, probably had bite forces inferior to that of Deinosuchus.|
| Majungasaurus crenatissimus||Majungasaurus was a large abelisaurid that dominated its habitat as an apex predator. Although it may pale in comparison to the likes of T. rex or Spinosaurus, Majungasaurus could certainly hold it's own in a hostile environment. Delivering fast, bone-crushing strikes to its victims, Majungasaurus likely even cannibalized dinosaurs of its own kind|
| Spinosaurus aegyptiacus||Arguably the largest predator to have ever lived, Spinosaurus was undoubtedly a behemoth in a land of giants. Despite the fearsome reputation and size, Spinosaurus lived closer to water and spent much of its time in water like modern crocodiles. It was poorly adapted for land, with short stubby legs, so it would hunt fish in the rivers and mangroves of North Africa. However, if necessary, a Spinosaurus can go onto land to hunt for food. Regardless, it's better suited for a piscivorous diet due to its relatively weak jaws.|
| Suchomimus tenerensis||Coming Soon.|
| Tyrannosaurus rex||The Tyrannosaurus rex was an infamous cretaceous theropod dinosaur. The iconic Tyrant Lizard King was undoubtedly the apex predator of its ecosystem, possessing a bone-crunching jaw, excellent binocular vision, an acute sense of smell and hearing, and likely high intelligence characteristic of most coelurosaurs. As it grew up it filled a variety of ecological niches, making it the ultimate predator.|
| Utahraptor ostrommaysorum||The largest dromaeosaur to ever walk the earth, Utahraptor was a ferocious horse-sized carnivore. With feet talons perfectly capable of disemboweling prey with powerful kicks. and with a strong, fast bite. Utahraptor was without a doubt a powerful predator.|
A carcharodontosaurid that lived in the Aptian/Albian stages of the Middle/Early Cretaceous. It's most notable features are long neural spines on its back, which likely supported a ridge of muscles along the back. It was a large and formidable predator, dealing high bleed damage in-game.
Cretoxyrhina was a large Late Cretaceous shark that was the largest of its size at the time, until the iconic Megalodon many million years later. It existed worldwide, and likely preyed on mosasaurs, fish, and other aquatic prey. It was
Kaprosuchus was a medium-sized crocodile that possessed unusually long and superficially boar-like teeth. Although easy prey for adult Carcharodontosaurus and Spinosaurus, it would be a fearsome terrestrial predator.
Pteranodon was one of the most iconic pterosaurs to have ever lived. It and Pterodactylus are what come to mind when someone thinks of a pterosaur. It likely lived like the modern day Albatross/Gannet, with a diet primarily consisting of fish.
Quetzalcoatlus was one of several gigantic late cretaceous pterosaurs. Like it's other Azhdarchid relatives, it is one of the largest known flying animals, possessing a long neck and a massive long beak. Evidence shows it likely spent some/most of its time on land, preying on small/medium sized dinosaurs, making it a truly fearsome predator for juveniles and small animals alike.
Tarbosaurus baatar was the asian equivalent of Tyrannosaurus, it was very closely related to its north american equivalent, sharing many of its traits such as powerful jaws. Unlike Tyrannosaurus, it had a thinner skulls, and the smallest arms of any tyrannosaur. Not unlike Tyrannosaurus it was the apex predator of its ecosystem.