Jurassic Park: The 8 Most Powerful Dinosaurs, Ranked

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Dreadnoughtus, featured in "Jurassic World: Dominion," is one of the largest dinosaurs. Despite their immense size and strength, they are relatively peaceful. 


The Pachycephalosaurus, first seen in "The Lost World," is known for its distinctive bone dome head. 


The Dimorphodon, a flying pterosaur, becomes a terrifying force when in clusters. Seen in "Jurassic World," these creatures attack from above, causing widespread chaos. 


Triceratops, a well-known herbivore, features prominently in the "Jurassic Park" series. Its large horns and frill make it a formidable opponent, comparable to a rhino.


Apatosaurus, a massive and gentle giant from "Jurassic Park," defends itself with its long, strong tail. 


The Dilophosaurus, featured in the original "Jurassic Park," uses its venomous spit as a defense mechanism.


 Pteranodon, seen in several "Jurassic Park" films, are large flying dinosaurs with sword-like beaks. 


 Allosaurus, a meat-eating theropod, hunts in packs, making it a formidable predator. Though often seen alone in the films, its pack hunting nature and physical attributes make it deadly