Carnotaurus is a dinosaur in Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter. Carnotaurus is a large, predatory dinosaur living in South America. It lived with larger predators as Giganotosaurus and Mapusaurus. It is known for the bull-like horns above the eyes and tiny forelimbs, smaller than those of Tyrannosaurus. It is one of the fastest non-avian dinosaurs, reaching speeds of 31 mph.
Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter
Tatem Games announced on their Facebook page on January 25, 2012 that they were adding a new dinosaur in addition to Utahraptor. Although not officially named Carnotaurus in the announcement, the physical features of the model point to this genus. The exact release date of this dinosaur along with others was currently unknown. This and three other dinosaurs were removed from the June 20 update due to animation glitches and were postponed for a later update of 3-4 weeks after the June 20, 2012 update. Carnotaurus was added along with Gigantoraptor in the March 8, 2013 update for Android and April 4, 2013, for iOS.
In game, Carnotaurus was a very large predatory and dangerous dinosaur that proceeded somewhat clumsily around. Like the Allosaurus and Velociraptor, Carnotaurus continuously walks around its environment, never stopping even to rest. Despite its old size, the Carnotaurus will flee if it hears a gunshot at a far distance (Carnotaurs near the coast have been known to run all the way to the edge of the map). When it charges, it was very fast, and will roar and try to bite the hunter before it kills the hunter. Now, it is the size of the Utahraptor and it is slightly faster than the Coelophysis.
Carnotaurus sports a tiger-like skin pattern, giving it a predatory and scary look. It has a long row of spines running from its neck to the end of its long tail. The tail of Carnotaurus is very lengthy, and helps the dinosaur balance as it clumsily walks around. While its huge tail gives it balance while moving, it hinders the Carnotaurus' ability to make sharp turns. The Carnotaurus call is a deep, resonating roar that is similar to the Ceratosaurus. Due to its clumsiness, the Carnotaurus may be primarily a scavenger, stealing kills made by larger predators such as Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus. It could also use its fearsome features, namely its sheer size, bulk, bulldog-like snout, and threatening brow horns, to intimidate smaller predators such as Velociraptor and Oviraptor tricking them into abandoning their kills.