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The Lance Formation is a dig site in Jurassic World Evolution.

InGen Database Description

The Lance Formation is named after Lance Creek in Wyoming. The formation sits above the Meeteetse Formation and underneath the Fort Union Formation. It dates to the Maastrichtian age of the Late Cretaceous, 69 million years ago. It occurs above the ammonite marine zone in Wyoming, dated to 69 million years ago. The formation extends up to the K-Pg extinction event boundary.

The formation is comprised mainly of sandstone. The presence of some marine fossils indicate that it was a coastal plain along the Western Interior Seaway. Its climate was likely to have been subtropical with no indications of a cold season.

Many thousands of fossils have been recovered from this site, and amphibians, turtles, crocodiles, fish, mammals, and turtles are present as well as dinosaurs.

Available fossils

Dinosaurs

Fossil icon Dinosaur Quality Number available
Ankylosaurusfossilicon.png
Ankythumb.png
Herbivore.pngAnkylosaurus
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
1
3
4
Hadrosaurfossilicon.png
Corythumb.png
Herbivore.pngCorythosaurus
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
4
2
Edmontothumb.png
Herbivore.pngEdmontosaurus
Onestar2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
2
3
Pachyfossilicon.png
Pachythumb.png
Herbivore.pngPachycephalosaurus
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
4
4
Smalltheropodfossilicon.png
Struthumb.png
Herbivore.pngStruthiomimus
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
1
3
1
Pachyfossilicon.png
Stygthumb.png
Herbivore.pngStygimoloch
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
3
6
4
Ceratopsidfossilicon.png
Torothumb.png
Herbivore.pngTorosaurus
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
3
2
4
Trikethumb.png
Herbivore.pngTriceratops
Onestar2.png
Twostars2.png
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
1
3
3
3
Largetheropodicon.png
Rexthumb.png
Carnivore.pngTyrannosaurus
Threestars2.png
Fourstars2.png
4
4

Miscellaneous

Fossil Item Worth
BBirdeggs.png
Bird Eggs
$120,000
CCoprolite.png
Coprolite
$40,000
FFishfossils.png
Fish Fossils
$80,000
SSnakefossil.png
Snake Fossils
$80,000