War of the Tyrants
An earthquake devastates Los Angeles, making thousands of dinosaurs escape
from a huge dinosaur zoo near there. They invade the city and battle the
armed forces: A mean and tough general is in command, working with a zoo
director who’s a scientist. Bombs are dropped on the city as warplanes, tanks
battle dinosaurs. Huge plant-eaters stampede, crushing people. Meat-eaters
rip people apart as troops More
Dinosaurs had dominance over the majority of living things for a hundred and sixty-five million years until they were extinct. They didn't have the great mental capabilities of humans, but they had greater physical capabilities. Some dinosaurs were over ninety feet and weighted over a hundred tons. Some had monster teeth, claws and horns that were used to kill and maim their enemies.
The meat-eating dinosaurs were considered the rulers of the land. They battled and killed each other for territories and food and terrorized and ate the gentle plant-eaters who contentedly ate plants, lay eggs, roamed and played with their offspring. The meat-eaters didn't have dominance over the strong plant-eaters, which were humongous. Some had monster horns and piglike teeth that could tear through the meat-eaters' bodies or, in some cases, crush them with the stamp of a foot. These plant-eaters dominated the land they lived on.
Also in the Jurassic kingdom, the meat-eaters didn't dominate the Pterosaurs who weren't considered dinosaurs because of their power of flight. They ruled the sky and were predators and scavengers. They ate corpses the meat-eaters left behind, and they swooped down and
attacked dinosaurs for food.
Once the whole surface of Earth was tropical and didn't drop below the freezing point. Huge plants and foliage grew, fed on by plant-eaters. Herds of dinosaurs roamed the Earth and flocks of pterosaurs flew its sky.
The dinosaurs or pterosaurs weren't given the ability to build shelters or grow food and didn't need furs to keep them warn. When Earth's climate changed and dropped below the freezing point, many dinosaurs and pterosaurs died from the cold, and many plants and foliages perished. Starvation occurred in the Jurassic kingdom.
As the plant-eaters died out, it caused starvation in the meat-eaters' society, and they too died out. It's only theorized that the dinosaurs and the pterosaurs died from the cold weather or shortage of food
or others unknown disasters.
Millions of years after the deaths of the creatures, humans were dominant over every living thing. They built great empires, battled each other over territories, rights, and resources. Some took dominance over
others. The strong conquered the weak.
Man brought the dinosaurs and pterosaurs back, but never thought the creatures would assert and reclaim their dominance. Now man was faced with a war with an enemy as dangerous as he.
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