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What advantages does Godzilla have over a T-Rex?
Me and a friend are debating over who would win between a T-Rex and Godzilla.
My friend, he says Godzilla has atomic breath, so he'd win. But I say that T-Rex has the strongest bite force, so he'd win.
- Donnie PorkoLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
T. rex is about 40 feet long and 13 feet tall at the hips. A T. rex didn’t stand upright. It’s posture is mostly horizontal.
Godzilla is 100 ft minimum and over 500 feet maximum depending on the movies.
There are some scientists that think that T. rex’s roar might not have been a roar at all. They think it might have been more like a hiss or a boom, similar to snakes or crocs.
Godzilla is definitely a roar.
A high caliber bullet will kill a T. rex but tank shells and missiles can’t even bring Godzilla down. It makes a nuke to bring Godzilla down or at least into hibernation.
T. rex bite will hardly do any damage to Godzilla. If a bullet can bring down a T. rex imagine what an atomic beam will do to T. rex.
T. rex is only effective when he’s in close range but Godzilla is effective at a distance.
- SarcastatronLv 72 months ago
Being able to stand on one and not even notice.
- SSP Bowl DudeLv 72 months ago
Size. Godzilla could easily crush even the largest T-Rex without notice. Think size difference human vs mouse.
- Anonymous2 months ago
It's slightly easier for Godzilla to do push-ups.