Tyrannotitan Pictures

Leave a comment / / Updated on: 24th September 2023

Tyrannotitan 3D Illustration
Photo: CoreyFord via iStock

Tyrannotitan, meaning “tyrant titan,” was a large theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period.

Gage Beasley's Prehistoric Shirt Collection
Gage Beasley’s Prehistoric Shirt Collection

Discover a range of unique and stylish shirts featuring your favorite ancient creatures like dinosaurs, marine reptiles, and more!

Gage Beasley's Prehistoric Plush Collection
Gage Beasley’s Prehistoric Plush Collection

Shop the most popular dinosaur and prehistoric plush toys online. Discover our unique products not available in other stores!

Gage Beasley Prehistoric's Tyrannotitan Concept
Gage Beasley Prehistoric’s Tyrannotitan Concept

It is estimated to have measured around 40 to 46 feet (12 to 14 meters) in length and weighed approximately 6 to 7 tons.

Tyrannotitan walking 3D render
Photo: Elenarts108 via iStock

Tyrannotitan had a robust build with powerful hind limbs and short, strong arms.

Tyrannotitan in-stride
Photo: CoreyFord via iStock

It belongs to the family Carcharodontosauridae, which includes other large theropods like Giganotosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus.

3D illustration of Tyrannotitan enjoying the lush environment
Photo: MR1805 via iStock

It may have possessed a keen sense of smell and sharp vision, aiding in locating and tracking its prey.

Tyrannotitan in pursuit of a hadrosaur
Photo: MR1805 via iStock

As a carnivorous predator, Tyrannotitan likely hunted and preyed upon other dinosaurs and large herbivorous creatures.

Three tyrannotitans attacking an Argentinosaurus
Photo: Elenarts108 via iStock

It lived during a time when dinosaurs were flourishing, alongside other iconic species such as Argentinosaurus and Mapusaurus.

Tyrannotitans with their young - CoreyFord via Istock
Photo: CoreyFord via iStock

Like other theropods, Tyrannotitan may have had feathers or feather-like structures, providing insulation or display purposes.

Tyrannotitan feasts on Chubutisaurus
Photo: FunkMonk (Michael B. H.) via License

Tyrannotitan likely occupied a top predator position in its ecosystem, playing a crucial role in maintaining the balance of the prehistoric food chain.

3D illustration with the dinosaur Tyrannotitan in the fog -
Photo: MR1805 via iStock

It is classified as a member of the group Allosauroidea, which includes a diverse array of theropod dinosaurs.

+ posts

Jerry Young is a self-proclaimed prehistoric animal nerd. He has been fascinated with these ancient creatures for as long as he can remember, and his passion for them continues to this day. With his extensive knowledge and love for prehistoric animals, he is the perfect fit for Gage Beasley Prehistoric.

Leave a Reply

Scroll to Top