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<<I imagine Carnotaurus hunted in much the same way T.Rex did, having a
similar body structure (generally) to the king. Large jaws, small arms,
powerful legs. It's killing power was in its mouth. I doubt the crest
horns were hardly any effect more than display to others of its
species.Besides it didn't have the neck for ramming, like some
ornithiscians. Though your idea is imaginative (A+ for that!), I'll bet this
hunter probably attacked with speed and teeth instead.>>
Actually, it seems Tyrannosaurus rex did use its forelimbs for something.
Whether it was for hunting or not, I don't know. The forelimbs of T. rex
were much more muscular than on any other advanced tyrannosaur, suggesting
that they did have a purpose in life. Carnotaurus, I doubt did anything
with its forelimbs.