I clearly told you NOT to respond to my comment, as the discussion had ended, and yet you responded anyway with a response that shows you clearly have no interest in listening to a word I say. I am blocking you for a week as a result.
It wasn't false information. What you wrote was completely unnecessary - your edit and the previous one were the same thing. You keep insisting it's not partially quadrupedal, but by its very design, it clearly IS partially quadrupedal. It's certainly not fully quadrupedal as you keep insisting because the movie clearly depicts it as bipedal for most of the movie.
And because you refused to listen to me when I told you to stop edit warring, the page has now been locked. When I tell you to stop edit warring, you stop. You do not just ignore it and keep going.
The problem is that Indominus rex is fully quadrupedal on all fours, and you think that their actions on two legs somehow affect that
And, as I clearly already explained to you, Indominus is NOT fully quadrupedal BECAUSE it moves on two legs. To be fully quadrupedal, it would need to walk on four legs ONLY. Triceratops is fully quadrupedal. Tyrannosaurus is fully bipedal. Iguanodon is semi-quadrupedal, and so is Indominus, even though their dominant stance is different.
Also, I never said anything didn't apply to Indominus, don't put words in my mouth.
It doesn't. You are asking for the impossible to happen....stop changing the subject, the facts speak for themselves.
I'm not continuing this silly argument any longer. Indominus is primarily bipedal, but can walk on its front legs, which makes it semi-quadrupedal. It cannot be fully quadrupedal BECAUSE of it being bipedal.
No. If it's fully bipedal, it ONLY walks on two legs. If it's fully quadrupedal, it ONLY walks on four legs. I have already explained this to you countless times, and I am not going to explain this to you any more.
Indominus rex is capable of walking on all fours, but it is NOT "fully quadrupedal".