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Carcharodontosauridae by Vitor-Silva Carcharodontosauridae by Vitor-Silva
Carcharodontosauridae size chart. From the largest to the smallest: Carcharodontosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Mapusaurus, Acrocanthosaurus, Eocarcharia and Concavenator.

Separated drawings here: [link]

Spinosauridae size chart: [link]
Big felines size chart: [link]
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Dinodc98 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Why does everyone forget tyrannotitan
Vitor-Silva Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Student
The chart have 6 animals, isn't obvious that it isn't intended to include the entire family?! I really thought people would realize it, and I didn't thought I would need to write in the description, in bold letters, "Attention, not the whole family appears here". But people seens to consider me retarded and think I didn't included them all due a cerebral dicease which makes I forget the other species. I'm so sick of these "where is this one?", "you forget this one" comments (not to mention the smart ones who read Wikipedia and come to correct the sizes, but it isn't subject for this reply).
Anyway, answering the "question", Tyrannotitan is known from pretty fragmentary remains, then would look very similar to the big ones shown here (so, just imagine the Mapusaurus with different colors), in other words, irrelevant to include here.
Dinodc98 Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
No I'm just slow
Eusou123 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013
Olá, eu acho que devia ser assim:

Giganotosaurus - 11,8 a 13,4 metros de comprimento, até 4 metros de altura e 8 toneladas
Carcharodontosaurus-11 a 12,5 metros de comprimento, até 4,3 metros de altura e 7 toneladas
Mapusaurus- 9 a 11,8 metros de comprimento, até 3,9 metros de altura e 6 toneladas
Acrocanthosaurus- 11,5 metros de comprimento, até 3,5 metros de altura e 6 toneladas
Eocarcharia- 8 a 10 metros de comprimento, 2,8 metros de altura e 2 toneladas
Concavenatoe- 6 metros de comprimento, 2 metros de altura e 1 tonelada
Eusou123 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
Esqueci-me de acrescentar o Tyrannotitan com 12 metros de comprimento e 4,5 de altura
RexFan684 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's a great illustration, but some of the size estimates given for the animals are off a bit. Here's my personal list ;)

Giganotosaurus- 12-14 meters long, 5-6 meters tall, and 6-8.5 tons
Carcharodontosaurus- 11-12 meters long, 4-5 meters tall, and 5-7 tons
Mapusaurus- 10-12 meters long, 3.5-5 meters tall, and 3-5 tons
Acrocanthosaurus- 10-12 meters long, 3-4.5 meters tall, and 2.5-4.5 tons
Eocarcharia- 6-8 meters long, 2.5-3 meters tall, and 1.5-2 tons
Concavenator- 6-7 meters long, 2.5.-2.8 meters tall, and 1-1.5 tons
Vitor-Silva Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Student
I found 13,2 m for both Giga and Carchar (this one being more speculative, given the very imcomplete skeletons). The 14 m for Giga I saw in -a lot of- very bad references (sensationalistics, amateurs and/or kids sites), so it is in no way reliable.
RexFan684 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Everyone has their opinions :)
SporemasterHIMPO Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Hobbyist
Wait, wait, wait.... I thought that Giganotosaurus was the biggest Oops!
Spinocharonychus Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  New member  Artist
Actually, the biggest theropods (omnivores and carnivores) goes in this order:
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