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Life. It begins. The most precious moment. The result of incalculable actions and reactions, trials and errors, genetic mutations and unknowable combinations, chaos... all leading to a living, breathing thing. An entity. Distinct and unique. And now we... you... just manufacture them. So, well done, I guess.

- Dr. Ian Malcolm[2]

Dinosaurs are the main focus of Jurassic World Evolution. Having lived for hundreds of millions of years during the Mesozoic Era, dinosaurs are an incredibly diverse group, ranging from modern birds, to the fearsome Tyrannosaurus, to massive sauropods such as Brachiosaurus, Mamenchisaurus and Dreadnoughtus. New dinosaur species have been added to the game with every DLC and also with Updates 1.3 (Fallen Kingdom) and 1.9.

Overview

Cloning

The process of creating a dinosaur begins by sending out dig teams through the Expedition Center to dig sites across the world to recover dinosaur fossils. Recovered fossils are taken to the Fossil Center where players are given the option of extracting DNA or selling the fossils. Once 50% of a dinosaur's DNA has been extracted, it can be incubated and released into the park via the Hammond Creation Lab. Prior to the start of incubation, it is possible to modify a dinosaur's cosmetic and trait genes.

Dinosaur Requirements

Main article: Dinosaur Requirements

Dinosaurs have a variety of species specific needs which must be satisfied in order to ensure their health and comfort are maintained. In addition to basic food and water needs, different types of dinosaurs can variate greatly in terms of preferred habitat, enclosure size and whether they tolerate other dinosaurs co-existing alongside them. For example, an Ankylosaurus will only tolerate a social group of 4 of its own species and 8 total dinosaurs in its population group before it will become agitated. Ankylosaurus is also only capable of living alongside other herbivores without engaging in either a death duel or territorial fight that is otherwise inevitable if one is enclosed with carnivores. These specific requirements associated with Ankylosaurus differentiate it from the requirements of a dinosaur such as Tyrannosaurus which can only tolerate a social group containing itself but otherwise can live alongside 15 total members of different species that it will interact with in different ways depending on their type.

Dinosaur Behavior

Main article: Dinosaur Behavior

Dinosaur Behavior is the way in which dinosaurs act and interact by themselves, towards other dinosaurs, and towards the environment, with each type of dinosaur having a series of potential actions that define its behavior. Specific and General behavior statuses are shown through an indicator located at the top of their status bar and are often directly correlated with dinosaur requirements. Alphas and Social Groups were added with Update 1.5.

Canon History

Although non-avian dinosaurs went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period, 66 million years ago, InGen successfully began cloning dinosaurs in the late 1980s to be displayed in Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar.[1] After the 1993 Isla Nublar incident[3], the dinosaurs on both Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna were abandoned to the wild. In 1998, however, Masrani Global would acquire InGen and begin development of Jurassic World, recapturing Nublar's wild dinosaur population. Following the collapse of Isla Sorna's ecosystem, its surviving dinosaurs were relocated to Nublar where they were would also be displayed in Jurassic World once it opened to the public in 2005.[1]

After the abandonment of Jurassic World in the wake of the 2015 Isla Nublar incident[4], the surviving dinosaurs on Isla Nublar were once again abandoned and would soon became threatened with extinction by the impending eruption of the island's now-active volcano, Mt. Sibo.[5] Many dinosaurs would be rescued from extinction on Isla Nublar where they were then taken to the mainland to be sold in a black market auction at the Lockwood Manor. While some were successfully bought by the highest bidders, others were released into the wild by Maisie Lockwood. As a result, cloning technology was proliferated across the world, no longer contained to InGen's previously held monopoly.

List of Dinosaurs

Basegameeraicon Base Game

Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Ankythumb
Ankylosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Apatothumb
Apatosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Brachthumb
Brachiosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Camarathumb
Camarasaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Cerathumb
Ceratosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Chasmothumb
Chasmosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Chungthumb
Chungkingosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Corythumb
Corythosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Deinothumb
Deinonychus
Carnivore Carnivore
Dilothumb
Dilophosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Diplothumb
Diplodocus
Herbivore Herbivore
Dracothumb
Dracorex
Herbivore Herbivore
Edmontothumb
Edmontosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Gallithumb
Gallimimus
Herbivore Herbivore
Gigathumb
Giganotosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Gigantthumb
Gigantspinosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Huathumb
Huayangosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Indothumb
Indominus rex
Carnivore Carnivore
  • N/A
Kentrothumb
Kentrosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Maiathumb
Maiasaura
Herbivore Herbivore
Mamethumb
Mamenchisaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Metrithumb
Metriacanthosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Muttathumb
Muttaburrasaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Nodothumb
Nodosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Pachythumb
Pachycephalosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Parathumb
Parasaurolophus
Herbivore Herbivore
Pentathumb
Pentaceratops
Herbivore Herbivore
Polathumb
Polacanthus
Herbivore Herbivore
Saurothumb
Sauropelta
Herbivore Herbivore
Spinothumb
Spinosaurus
Piscivore Piscivore
Carnivore Carnivore
Stegothumb
Stegosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Struthumb
Struthiomimus
Herbivore Herbivore
Torothumb
Torosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Trikethumb
Triceratops
Herbivore Herbivore
Tsinthumb
Tsintaosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Rexthumb
Tyrannosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Raptorthumb
Velociraptor
Carnivore Carnivore


Deluxeeraicon Deluxe Dinosaur Pack

Main article: Deluxe Dinosaur Pack
Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Archthumb
Archaeornithomimus
Herbivore Herbivore
Crichthumb
Crichtonsaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Majuthumb
Majungasaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Styrathumb
Styracosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
Suchothumb
Suchomimus
Piscivore Piscivore
Carnivore Carnivore


Fallenkingdomeraicon Fallen Kingdom Dinosaur Update

Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Allothumb
Allosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Barythumb
Baryonyx
Piscivore Piscivore
Carnivore Carnivore
Carnothumb
Carnotaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Indorthumb
Indoraptor
Carnivore Carnivore
  • N/A
Sinothumb
Sinoceratops
Herbivore Herbivore
Stygthumb
Stygimoloch
Herbivore Herbivore


Wueraicon Secrets of Dr. Wu

Main article: Secrets of Dr. Wu
Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Ankylodothumb
Ankylodocus
Herbivore Herbivore
  • N/A
Olorothumb
Olorotitan
Herbivore Herbivore
Spinorthumb
Spinoraptor
Piscivore Piscivore
Carnivore Carnivore
  • N/A
Stegocthumb
Stegoceratops
Herbivore Herbivore
  • N/A
Troothumb
Troodon
Carnivore Carnivore


Cretaeraicon Cretaceous Dinosaur Pack

Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Carchthumb
Carcharodontosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Dreadthumb
Dreadnoughtus
Herbivore Herbivore
Iguathumb
Iguanodon
Herbivore Herbivore


Carnivorepackeraicon Carnivore Dinosaur Pack

Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Acrothumb
Acrocanthosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Herrerathumb
Herrerasaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Prothumb
Proceratosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore


Claireeraicon Claire's Sanctuary

Main article: Claire's Sanctuary
Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Albertothumb
Albertosaurus
Carnivore Carnivore
Euoplothumb
Euoplocephalus
Herbivore Herbivore
Ouranothumb
Ouranosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore


JurassicWorldIcon Battle at Big Rock

Main article: Update 1.9
Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
Nasutothumb
Nasutoceratops
Herbivore Herbivore


Herbivorepackeraicon Herbivore Dinosaur Pack

Dinosaur Diet Dig Sites
DryoThumb
Dryosaurus
Herbivore Herbivore
HomoThumb
Homalocephale
Herbivore Herbivore
NigerThumb
Nigersaurus
Herbivore Herbivore


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