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ALL SPINOSAURUS SKINS ARE WEAKER THAN THE STOCK VERSION EXCEPT FOR THE RAINBOW, DIAMOND, GLASS AND ORCA SKINS.
The Spinosaurus is green with a large sail and yellow underside.
One of the biggest carnivorous dinosaurs of all time, Spinosaurus aegypticus (spined lizard), commonly called the Spino, is a top pick for people that just want to be a large carnivore. You must, however, survive 10 days as any kind of carnivore before you can have this creature. DNA achieved at elder DNA Icon 620.
The Spinosaurus is a large carnivorous dinosaur. It relies mostly on tanking opponents in order to win battles, having more health than even a Albino Terror. It is unlocked by surviving 10 Days as a carnivore. Recent updates have made it much bulkier, making it an even better tank, and even more formidable to other dinosaurs. It also swims deliberately faster than most other dinosaurs, a trait it shares with the Baryonyx. Because of this, the Spinosaur feels safest right between land and sea, where it can escape apexes from both elements.
The Spinosaurus is the biggest of all the amphibian dinos, but you should still use strategy and know what to hunt (Although it is undersized in-game...)!
- The high speed in water and amphibious nature means that every time food is scarce, you can search for fish schools in the sea.
- Spinosaurus has relatively low damage when compare to other large carnivores, so try to ambush and grab prey in order to get most out of your tremendous bleed and good attack speed.
- As said before, Spinosaurus stacks a lot of bleed. This means you kill small creatures faster and big creatures slower.
- The low damage compared to how much your bleed stacks means that Terrors and Crocodiles have a huge damage reduction from you, so NEVER grab Machimosaurus even while an elder.
- Spino is a great NPC killer because of its bleed and attack speed. Consider hunting them instead of other players if you're unsure of fighting.
- Rexes will easily overpower you due to its speed and DMG advantage, so avoid elder Rexes if you don't want to lose your Spinosaurus.And also, Giganotosaurus will typically manage to kill you in a full-bodied 1v1 and then die from bleed, so try to ambush them from water or try to use your HP and water advantage to sneak up and ambush them.
- Only go for trikes while they are small or barely adult. You aren't made to fight the elders
How to Kill
- Eotriceratops or Eotrike (Can easily range a Spinosaurus, But try not to get attacked first)
- Triceratops and its Skins (Normal Triceratops can easily range a Spinosaurus). They can kill spinosaurus easily)
- Alien Irritator (One or a whole pack can kill The Spinosaurus)
- All three hybrids (They can easily overpower Spinosaurus and kill them)
- Ambush them as a Tyrannosaurus, this is where your undisputed damage comes best and you'll easily kill it.
The Spino's roar is a fast series of smooth vibrating vocal bellows with a slightly lower vocal undertone.
- As of the most recent buff and remake, Spinosaurus doesn't deal 2 bleed anymore.
- There is a model issue where when you drink, your lower jaw appears on your neck.
- Despite the common sails sported on their spinal cords, Spinosaurus, Dimetrodon, and Arizonasaurus were not related at all. Arizonasaurus was a diapsid (three holes in skull, related to the first crocodiles), Dimetrodon was a synapsid (two holes in skull and closely related to mammals), and Spinosaurus was an Aquatic Dinosaur and also a diapsid, but more closely related to birds and mammals.
- Concavenator was also in the sailed vertebrate category, along with Ichthyovenator. Many of the known cases of evolving along the spine involve providing stability in the water and potentially using them for display. Unfortunately, those organisms are more likely to develop back problems in life, and their lineages usually disappear from the fossil record within 5-10 million years.
- There are some players that suffer a glitch that allows them to be able to select Classic Skins and Game-pass skins without actually having owned or bought the game-pass, but they sadly cannot play as it when they spawn in.
Classic Spinosaurus V2 is a quadrupedal, dark green theropod with a lime green dorsal fin and a yellow underbelly. It is based on El Ibrahim's 2014 reconstruction of the Spinosaurus, which introduced the world to a four-legged apex. But that seems improbable, and right now it is bipedal again, albeit with shorter legs and longer build.
The Classic Spinosaurus is the old Spinosaurus model. Some players still use it due to them wanting a retro bipedal Spinosaurus.It mostly light purple, with its sail being a darker shade. this along with all the other old versions of spinosaurus induces 2 bleed which makes up for its bad attack of only Damage 168.
The Movie Spinosaurus is a very light grey color, with a greyish round spike on its back with light red on the edges. It also has yellow eyes. It is based off the Jurassic Park III Spinosaurus and is part of the movie skin series. This Spinosaurus is currently the second biggest Carnivore in-game, matching a Albino Terror in size and only outsized by the Megavore. But weak as it is, the intimidation factor and bleed are important. It got its own roar in a recent update, which is in fact, the roar from Jurassic Park III.
The movie spino roar is long, low-pitched resonating vocal roar.
The Kaiju Spinosaurus is charcoal black, with white spikes on the back. It is based on Godzilla, from the Heisei era, and is one of the few skins that cost robux.
- When Trading was first released, a few hackers found a way to glitch their Kaiju Spinosaurus into a token, creating the "Kaiju Spinosaurus Ghost Tokens", as they're officially called. The Developers of DS recommend you do not trade for them, as they reward the exploiters that were able to get them.
The Ancient Aegypiticus Spinosaurus is, like most older Spino models, bipedal. It is based off a mummy. Its body is green and tan with plants and vines hanging off of the model.
The Fossil Spinosaurus is a Halloween event skin which was released during the 2015 Halloween event. To obtain this, the player had to find the fossil in the map which is now known as the Main Map It was then released again in 2016, along with the other fossils and 4 new ones. This skin is part of the Fossil Skins collection.
The design of the Spinosaurus is no different from other fossil skins. It is a creamish-yellow color with a granite texture to it, it's jaw hangs open and it's tail sticks straight out.
The Grizzly Spinosaurus is one of the few skins in the game that are played more than their original versions. It is bigger than the normal Spinosaurus, and walks on all fours. It is based off a grizzly bear.
The Peak Spinosaurus is a white spinosaurus with rectangular icy blue eyes with slit pupils. It has brown legs with icy blue claws, with the hind legs having longer claws. At the end of its tail is what appears to be a block of ice while the sails on its back are instead supposed to resemble snowy mountains, with icy blue tips and a dark brown base.
The Spinosaurus Plush is a plushie resembling the default Spinosaurus skin. It was released at the same time as the other plushies. Instead of bleeding normal blood, it “bleeds” plushie stuffing.
- It can be hatched from a plush egg using DNA Icon 500.
- It is part of the Plush Egg collection.
The Mayhem Spinosaurus is a mechanical skeleton-like Spinosaurus with a bone-like sail and claws. It has a color-changing sail, eyes, mouth and spine, you can change the color by roaring, by pressing. It is one of the rarest mayhems, with only the mayhem Gojirasaurus being rarer. Strangely, it is bipedal.
- It can be hatched from a mayhem egg using DNA Icon 1500.
- It is part of the Mayhem Egg collection.
This model is based on the Orca whale marine creature. The top half of the dinosaur from snout to tail is the color black. Its legs and forearms are also black. Its bottom half is white running down the length of the entire model. It has a large white spot surrounding its eyes along with a white splot running down each side of its torso. It has an Orca fin on the end of its tail and a fin on the back of its torso.