I was just wondering, could carcharodontosaurus have been the best hunter ever? I have always thought it was the best hunter, but all paleontologists say tyrannosaurus was the best hunter, but why? What makes tyrannosaurus a better hunter than any other dinosaurs? It smaller than carcharodontosaurus, it only had short arms, an it only lived for about 3 million years, so why do people say it was such a a good hunter? How come a tyrannosaurus usually ate 6 tonne triceratops and carcharodontosaurus ate huge sauropods like the 72.5 tonne parilititan?
What I'm trying to ask is, what makes tyrannosaurus a better hunter than carcharodontosaurus, or was tyrannosaurus not even a good hunter compared to giganotosaurus and carcharodontosaurus. I personally think tyrannosaurus is over estimated.