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The Hell Creek Formation is a dig site in Jurassic World Evolution.

InGen Database Description

The Hell Creek Formation is one of the most famous (and most studied) dinosaur fossil sites in the world. It's spread across Montana, North and South Dakota, and Wyoming. It's named for the exposures found along Hell Creek near Jordan in Montana. The formation sits below the Fort Union Formation and above the Fox Hills Formation. Fossil remains span the Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous and the Danian stage of the Paleogene, 65 million years ago.

The rock strata are mostly claystone and mudstone, with some sandstone. Crocodilian remains indicate a subtropical climate and a region of coastal plains, floodplains, and extensive rivers and pools. These ran into the Western Interior Seaway, a large inland sea that divided the North American continent during the mid-Cretaceous to early Paleogene period.

The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana contains the greatest collection of fossils from the formation in the world.

Beyond the numerous dinosaur finds, invertebrate, amphibian, fish, reptile, turtle, lizard, snake and mammal fossils have been recovered here.

Available fossils

Dinosaurs

Fossil icon Dinosaur Quality Number available
Ankylosaurusfossilicon.png
Ankythumb.png
Herbivore.pngAnkylosaurus
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
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3
4
4
Pachyfossilicon.png
Dracothumb.png
Herbivore.pngDracorex
Onestar2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
6
4
Pachyfossilicon.png
Pachythumb.png
Herbivore.pngPachycephalosaurus
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
1
3
4
Pachyfossilicon.png
Stygthumb.png
Herbivore.pngStygimoloch
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
3
6
4
Ceratopsidfossilicon.png
Torothumb.png
Herbivore.pngTorosaurus
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
4
2
Ceratopsidfossilicon.png
Trikethumb.png
Herbivore.pngTriceratops
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
3
3
3
Largetheropodicon.png
Rexthumb.png
Carnivore.pngTyrannosaurus
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
3
4
4

Miscellaneous

Fossil Item Worth
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Amphibian Fossils
$120,000
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Angiosperm Fossils
$40,000
CConiferfossils.png
Conifer Fossils
$40,000
FFernfossils.png
Fern Fossils
$40,000
GGinkgofossils.png
Ginkgo Fossils
$80,000

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