Not all prehistoric animals are frightening Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus and Spinosaurios ... no, there are others .... but those do not interest us today (MUAHAHAHA) .... we want blood, claws, large teeth and formidable carnivores able to intimidate only imagine. Let the beasts that we like, for example, to Rugops. This prehistoric animal of the Cretaceous (about 95 million years ago), lived in Africa and is a terrible theropod (like the T-Rex for example) family of abelisaurs (lizards Abel) ...
While Rugops (wrinkled face) was large: it could reach 8 feet long and weighs same as a hippo, never got the position of dominant predator. As we have said, lived in Africa, and in that time there was another predator floating around .... the Spinosaurus.
It is this reason that some experts think it may be more of a scavenger rather than a predator ... but do not really understand how they have come to that conclusion. Right now, today, we see that the lion is bigger than a hyena, hyena hunting but even more than the lion.
Other features of this carnivore is that had small arms ... now I can say "Most theropods have small arms." Yes, true, but the Rugops was an animal with proportionately still smaller forelimbs, were little more than stumps .... to give you an idea, our arms are longer than the arms of Rugops. And considering that I could reach 9 meters is simple we get an idea of their hands ... or little claws.
Moreover, as the name suggests, its skull had a half meter bony protuberances, full of venous capillaries that gave its a gruesome appearance, as if it were bad and deformed film.
Finally, some authors believe that had spikes on the neck and tail. Although they found no evidence of this, nor of barbs or inserts .... but hey, maybe that is because lately it is changing the conception we had of the saurian, such as T. Rex, is probably had therefore also the Triceratops, a few years ago it was learned that Velociraptor had feathers ... anyway.
Below, Spinosaurio having hunted and waiting for the bottom Rugops their cake.