MrLlamaLlama Posted February 16, 2011 Share Posted February 16, 2011 I have a friend studying geology at Uni. Part of his course encompasses palaeontology (dinosaurs). We've been cooperatively been trying to figure out whether a fully grown male T-Rex could kill a million kittens. Or rather, could a million kittens take down the same rex? Considering that: and: Collective kitten weight is 4000 tonnes. Assumed T-Rex weight is 7 tonnes. Kittens outweigh T-Rex by 571 times. That's like a single Muhammed Ali vs. a single kitten, folks. Collective brain weight of kittens is 30 000 000 = 1.5 × 10to the -5 grams, T-rex is 450 grams. (Non-math fans, that's a metric fuckton of brain) T-Rex is thought to have a top speed of 11mph, a kitten nearing 17 or 18 by my estimates based on full grown domestic cats. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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