Hey mates! There's a thread about predatory dinosaurs you'd like to see in the new sequel, in contrast, what herbivores do you think that should appear and what roles should they have? I'll start with Ouranosaurus.
Ouransaurus is logical, mostly because of the inclusion of Spinosaurus. Included in the original books, and in JP3 were some awesome breeds that were only mentioned or seen as part of the scenery. Including ankylosaurus, Maiasaura, Hypsilophodon, Hadrosaurus, Diplodocus... the list does go on for herbivores and I would love to see many of them. Great idea for a post, many people forget just awesome herbivores are.
Therizinosaurus are exotic and interesting for a movie and on the other hand we have the Iguanodon, Gastonia, Kentrosaurus, Amargasaurus, Chasmosaurus, Argentinosaurus (world's largest), etc. Ankylosaurus may be a worthy opponent for any predator IMO, and of course the favorite prey of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, the Anatotitan.
Brachiosaurus was shown in the first movie and never repeated. That dino maybe slow but is attractive for scenery.
All of you have great choices....but what about the most famous herbivore of all time??? Littlefoot.....the Apatosaurus that use too go by the name "Brontosaurus". My favorite Herbivore of them all!
Great choices! I would like to see them: -Triceratops -Stegosaurus -Torosaurus -Brachiosaurus -Pachycephalosaurus -Parasaurolophus -Ankylosaurus -Amphicoelias -Styracosaurus
Triceratops Parasaurolophus Corythosaurus Edmontosaurus Polacanthus Iguanodon Stegosaurus Amphicoelias Brachiosaurus Dryosaurus
@TyrannosaurusImperator. The Land before time is one of my all-time favourite movies. Did you know that almost 10-15 minutes of the t-rex attack was cut from the film because it was deemed too frightening for children by psychologists? They still haven't released the footage and it's probably lost. Shame... As for the herbivores... -Triceratops -Brachiosaurus -Parasaurolophus. -Ankylosaurus -Pachycephalosaurus -Deinocheirus -Stegosaurus fingers crossed.
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