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The Utahraptor, The largest species of raptor ever discovered

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The Grizzly Bear, The most dangerous bear species in America

WHICH

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Utahraptor

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  • Height: 8 feet
  • Length: 20 Feet
  • Weight: 2,200 Ibs

Weapons

Teeth and jaws

  • Teeth length: 2 inches
    • Razor-Sharp and Serrated
  • Bite Force: 8,200 Newtons

Claws

  • Length: 6 inches
  • Compared to it's relative, the Dienichus, it's hand claws are much more blade like, making them good at peircing and holding prey as well as slashing at it's prey with it's powerful 3 foot long arms.

Sickle Claw

  • Length: 15 inches
  • It's thought that with the super-slashing claw on each hind foot, the Utahraptor could deliver a death sentence to a dinosaur with one kick. This claw is also sharp enough to peirce the thick hides of Iguanadons and sauropods.

Grizzly

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  • Height (normally): 4 feet
    • Height (standing): 8 feet
  • Length: 6.5 Feet
  • Weight: 800 Ibs

Weapons

Teeth and Jaws

  • Fang Length: 3 Inches
  • Bite Force: 744.5 Newtons

Claws

  • Length: 4 inches
  • Sharpness: While Grizzly Bear claws are often referred to as being “razor-sharp,” that's a bit of an exaggeration. Their claws arn't desighned to slash at prey, but are rather designed to pierce and hold onto prey such as salmon, but the Grizzly's shear strength combined with the claws can cause fatal wounds.

X-Factors

  • Power: Due to it's shear size, Utahraptor was more of a heavyweight fighter when compared to it's relatives. It would rely on it's shear power to bring down much bigger prey, such as Iguanadon and other large herbivores; Grizzly Bears can lift 1102.31 Ibs and can knock over a moose with a single paw swipe.
  • Speed: Utahraptor can run at 20 MPH, but makes up for it's lack of speed with it's ability to leap 15 feet in a single bound; the Grizzly can run at 35 MPH.
  • Intellegence:  Utahraptor comes from a family of Dinosaur known as Dromaeosauridae, which had the largest brains, relative to their body sizes, of any dinosaurs, and were surely as intelligent as many modern mammals and birds. Some provocative new evidence suggests they were even as brainy as some primates. Some even theorize that they can preform complex communication ammungst themselves, similar to apes; Grizzlys are considered by many wildlife biologists to be one of the most intelligent land animals of North America, bears possess the largest and most convoluted brains relative to their size of any land mammal. In the animal kingdom, their intelligence compares with that of primates.
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