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Remember when you were a kid, and they told you not to eat and then go in the water? Well, with this predator, the Tylosaurus, if you go in the water, you're gonna get eaten! I mean, seriously, this is every sailor's nightmare come to life!

Tylosaurus is a genus of marine reptile in Evolution 2. It originated from Late Cretaceous North America.

History

JPTGicon.png The following information is based on Jurassic Park: The Game and is not confirmed canon.

The Tylosaurus was recreated for the original Jurassic Park as the main attraction for the Marine Facility, which was scheduled to open 6 months after the main park as part of Phase II.[1]

End of information based on Jurassic Park: The Game.


Characteristics

One of the apex predators of its time, Tylosaurus was also one of the largest mosasaurs of all time, second to Mosasaurus, measuring almost 16 meters in length.

Gameplay

Behavior

Tylosaurus is an absolutely massive mosasaur marine reptile, its only rival being the even bigger Mosasaurus with which it fight to the death if given the occasion, often resulting in itself dying. Unlike Mosasaurus however, Tylosaurus lives comfortably in pairs in a large lagoon, and will live off the fish dispensed by feeders. Other than that it would behave similarly to other marine reptiles, simply wandering around and killing and eating smaller creatures if given the chance for guest entertainment, with which Tylosaurus gives a lot, being extremely popular and one of the highest rating among prehistoric animals. They sometimes brawl with the Mosasaurus and the Kronosaurus over territory.

Paleontology

Paleoecology

Behind the scenes

Tylosaurus was first seen in Development Diary 2 which was released on 22nd September 2021. However, its name was unknown at the time.

References

  1. Jurassic Park: The Game [Video game]. (2011). Telltale Games.

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