Diseases will appear randomly over time in a player's park and affect certain dinosaurs. Each dinosaur is immune to a certain disease and vulnerable to another.
Dinosaurs affected by a disease will slowly but steadily lose health until death if the disease isn't cured through the Ranger Station. Diseases are most likely to spread to dinosaurs in the same enclosure and can get out of control if a player has a crowded exhibit.
Players can either order rangers to heal diseased dinosaurs or do so manually using the dart rifle. Once all diseased dinosaurs are cured, the disease will no longer spread.
|Algae Poisoning||Algae comprise of a vast range of life forms that subsist on photosynthesis.|
|Ammonia Poisoning||Ammonia poisoning is a disease that typically only affects aquatic animals.|
|Avian Influenza||Avian influenza is a strain of the flu virus that has adapted to birds, the closest genetic ancestors to dinosaurs.|
|Avian Pox||Avian pox is a viral infection adapted to birds that can affect dinosaur health.|
|Bracken Poisoning||Bracken is a type of fern that forms part of a herbivorous dinosaur's diet.|
|Campylobacter||Campylobacter is a form of gastrointestinal bacterial infection.|
|Common Cold||Common cold is a widespread viral disease affecting the respiratory system.|
|Cryptosporidium||Cryptosporidium is a tiny parasite that can cause respiratory issues and diarrhea in infected dinosaurs.|
|E. Coli||E. Coli is a bacteria commonly found in the gut of animals.|
|Foot and Mouth||Foot-and-mouth is an infectious and sometimes fatal viral disease that affects cloven-hoofed animals.|
|Hookworms||Hookworms are a type of intestinal parasite from the roundworm group.|
|Mycotoxins||Mycotoxins are created by fungi growing on crop plants like wheat which is used for herbivore diet.|
|Rabies||Rabies is a viral disease that normally only affects mammals.|
|Respiratory Malaise||Respiratory Malaise is a lung disease that can occur due to extended exposure to crystalline silica dust.|
|Salmonella||Salmonella is a bacterial agent that commonly causes food poisoning.|
|Tapeworms||Tapeworms are a type of flatworm that can infest the digestive tract.|
|Ticks||Ticks are an ecternal form of parasite that feed on blood by puncturing through the animal's skin.|
|Tuberculosis||Tuberculosis is a disease originating from a bacterial infection that attacks lungs.|