Have you ever dreamed up some ridiculous scenario in which you start asking questions that apply to that mythical situation?  For example, Zombies vs. Velociraptor, who would win?

zombies vs raptor

So who do you think would win?

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4 responses »

  1. Chris Trank says:

    No contest – the velociraptor would easily win out. First of all they hunt in packs and are very intelligent – this I learned from the Jurassic Park series. Zombies, on the other hand, may have had intelligence when they were actually alive, but now they basically are pretty stupid killing machines that have lost the ability to strategize the way the velociraptors do. I think even a one velociraptor on its own, which is highly unlikely, could easily pick them off one by one.

  2. Ede Gohos says:

    There is an amazing lack of detail in the question. How many raptors vs. how many zombies? Are we talking the handful of raptors in “Jurassic Park” vs. the city of Atlanta from “the walking dead”? What kind of terrain are they fighting on? The atmosphere is radically different today then it was 200 million years ago, could the raptor even breathe? It’s also not mentioned what kind of zombie. Are we going with the half decomposed “Walking Dead”, the superhuman “world War Z”, the still able to learn basic formation and military tactics “Night of the living dead”, or the somewhat impressive but not quite WWZ “28 months/days/weeks later”.

    While the question is somewhat entertaining, I can’t help but disagree with Chris, when a specimen has spent it’s entire life hunting on instinct, it would land what it believed to be a “killing blow” just to be clawed and bitten by something that only stops when it’s brains have been destroyed. I.e. limb ripping, throat cutting, lung crushing, and slicing to induce excess blood loss would be done continually just to have a specimen get back up and bite again. It’s like being pecked to death by a swarm of angry chickens. Though in my example the chicken being closer related to the raptor and the human being closer related to the human, is a bit misleading

  3. Ede Gohos says:

    *the human being more closely related to the zombie.

    • Sean Trank says:

      You bring up many valid questions, one of which is if two is a party and three is a crowd, how many is a horde? Also keep in mind that raptors also hunt in packs and can open doors. We must also carefully consider the cause of the zombie apocalypse in which the zombies have been infected. If the zombies have been affected by something like the T virus, would that virus be able to infect the velociraptor which we assume is cold-blooded. I would like to cancel out any notion that there could ever be world war Z zombies because that’s just ridiculous of course zombies are going to go after anything that moves including people with terminal diseases. I mean come on… 

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