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Expedition items are fossils, minerals, and treasures are retrieved through the Expedition Center from dig sites across the world in Jurassic World Evolution.

Retrieved fossils, minerals, and treasures are then placed in the Fossil Center where they can be either extracted or sold for profit. While all treasure, minerals, and fossils can be sold, only dinosaur fossils can be extracted.

Depending on their quality, extracted fossils provide an increase in the completion percentage of an individual dinosaur's genome. A genome that is 50% complete is required to hatch a dinosaur while a genome that is 100% complete is required to hatch a dinosaur with its maximum base stats.

Expedition Items are minerals, fossils, and treasures that have no function other than to be sold.

List of expedition items

Archaeological materials

Fossil Item Description Found in Worth
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Buried Treasure
Buried treasure can contain all manner of valuables that were hidden by their (often nefarious) owner.

Candeleros Formation

$500,000

Minerals

Fossil Item Description Found in Worth
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Gold
Gold is a precious metal with a history of use in monetary exchange and storage of wealth. Randomized dig sites $200,000
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Iridium
Iridium is a hard and dense precious metal with a number of industrial uses. $100,000
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Osmium
Osmium is a dense and brittle metal most commonly used in alloys. $100,000
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Palladium
Palladium is a very rare precious metal with a range of uses. $400,000
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Platinum
Platinum is a precious metal with a wide spectrum of uses. $360,000
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Rhenium
Rhenium is a rare heavy metal with uses in jet and rocket engines. $100,000
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Rhodium
Rhodium is one of the rarest and most valuable precious metals. $80,000
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Silver
Silver is a versatile precious metal which has commonly been used as bullion, as well as a variety of practical applications. $120,000

Fossils

Fossil Item Description Found in Worth
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Algal Fossils
Algal fossils represent some of the earliest forms of plant life. $40,000
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Ammonite Fossils
Ammonite fossils are the remains of marine mollusks that lived between 420 - 66 million years ago. $80,000
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Amphibian Fossils
Amphibian fossils record some of the first land animals having evolved from bony fish some 370 million years ago. $120,000
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Angiosperm Fossils
Angiosperm fossils are flowering plants that originated 160 million years ago. $40,000
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Arthropod Fossils
Arthropods fossils contain the remains of invertebrates whose evolution dates back 540 million years. $80,000
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Aquatic Mammal Fossils
Aquatic mammal fossils describe mammals that live in water, either partially, or for all of their lives. $120,000
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Aquatic Plant Fossils
Aquatic Plants fossils are a record of plants that have adapted to both marine and freshwater environments. $200,000
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Avian Fossils
Avian fossils provide a record of bird evolution from dinosaurs. $160,000
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Bird Eggs
Bird eggs fossils contain the fossilized embryos of birds from various time periods. $120,000
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Bird Footprints
The fossilized footprints of birds from various time periods. $80,000
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Cephalopod Fossils
Cephalopods fossils show the evolution of types of mollusk that include squid and octopus. $160,000
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Chordate Fossils
Chordates fossils are the remains of animals encompassing many forms of animal including fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. $40,000
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Conifer Fossils
Conifer fossils contain a form of tree or shrub that first evolved 300 million years ago. $40,000
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Coprolite
Coprolites are fossilized animal dung. $40,000
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Coral Fossils
Corals fossils exhibit the remains of collectives of tiny organisms that first emerged 542 million years ago. $40,000
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Crurotarsans Fossils
Crurotarsans are archosauriform reptiles that include modern birds and crocodiles. $40,000
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Crustacean Fossils
Crustacean fossils are the fossils including animals like crabs, lobsters, shrimp and woodlice that first emerged 540 million years ago. $40,000
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Cynodont Fossils
Cynodont fossils include Therapsids that evolved 275 million years ago. $40,000
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Dinosaur Eggs
Dinosaur eggs are fossilized constructs within which dinosaur embryos grow. $320,000
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Dinosaur Footprints
Dinosaur footprints are fossilized imprints in sediments. $200,000
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Fern Fossils
Fern fossils are relics of a relatively common type of vascular plant that first appeared 360 million years ago. $40,000
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Fish Fossils
Fish fossils are the remains of a type of aquatic animals that first appeared 540 million years ago. $80,000
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Fungi Fossils
Fungi fossils are the rare fossilized remains of fungi dating up to 2.4 billion years ago. $40,000
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Ginkgo Fossils
Ginkgo fossils are the remains of an unusual genus of plants that first appeared 270 million years. $80,000
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Marine Reptile Fossils
Marine reptile fossils provide glimpses into their evolution starting 298 million years ago. $80,000
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Opalized Fossils
Opalized fossils are beautiful remains that have become encased in opal. $120,000
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Shark Fossils
Shark fossils record their evolutionary development from their origins 420 million years ago. $120,000
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Skin Impressions
Skin impressions are the fossilized remains of skin surfaces. $100,000
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Snake Fossils
Snake fossils are the record of snake evolution since they appeared 167 million years ago. $80,000
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Turtle Fossils
Turtle fossils provide a fossil record for their evolution spanning 157 million years. $40,000
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