InGen Database Description
The Prince Creek Formation is situated in Alaska and dates to the Late Cretaceous, some 78 million years ago. It overlies the Schrader Bluff Formation and sits beneath the Sagavanirktok Formation.
The deposits for this formation were formed during a greenhouse phase on a muddy coastal plain. The deposit comprises primarily of sandstone and mudstone, with other elements like siltstone and carbonaceous shale evident.
As well as ample flora fossils from trees, mosses and ferns, a a variety of birds and dinosaurs have been recovered here.
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- The Prince Creek Formation is the only dig site in Jurassic World Evolution that is north of the Arctic Circle.