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Jurassic World Evolution

Release date: June 12, 2018
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide

Full guide to all the dinosaurs presented in the game, their stats, appearance in the movies and tips on keeping


There are currently 48 dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution. Each of them comes with their own needs to help them live happy, comfortable lives in your Jurassic park. Most of them also have to be unlocked in one fashion or another. That’s where this guide comes in. You’ll find information on all 48 dinosaurs that will tell you how to unlock them, what island they appear on, their population needs, and more.

This guide splits up the dinosaurs based on their eating habits and their size. These are important things to know when you’re putting dinosaurs together as some will fight and some will just eat others. Here are the rules you need to know when deciding which dinosaurs to house with which dinosaurs:

  1. All Herbivores can live together.
  2. Carnivores of the same size will fight to the death.
  3. Small Herbivores will get eaten by carnivores of all sizes.
  4. Medium/Large Herbivores will be spooked by carnivores.
  5. Medium and Large Carnivores will fight to the death.
  6. Small Carnivores will Threaten Medium and Large Herbivores but they can live peacefully.

To help you better understand the information presented below for each dinosaur refer to this handy guide which explains each category:

  1. Historic Period: When the dinosaur walked the earth before Ingen brought them back.
  2. Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Which movies the dinosaur species appeared in. Some only appeared in games so they are listed for those dinosaurs only.
  3. Island: The island where you’ll unlock this dinosaur in Jurassic World Evolution
  4. Unlock: What you have to do to unlock the dinosaur.
  5. Base Rating: The rating your dinosaur will have without any genetic modification.
  6. Base Price: The price of growing one dinosaur of this species without any genetic modification.
  7. Comfort %: The minimum level of comfort a dinosaur needs to stay happy
  8. Social Min: The minimum number of the same species of dinosaur they need to be kept with to be happy.
  9. Social Max: The maximum number of the same species of dinosaur they can be kept with to be happy.
  10. Pop Min: The minimum number of dinosaurs of any species they need to be kept with to be happy.
  11. Pop Max: The maximum number of dinosaurs of any species they can be kept with to be happy.
  12. Grass Area: How much grass the species needs to be happy.
  13. Forest Area: How much forest area the species needs to be happy.
  14. Total Area: The size of the enclosure needed to keep the species happy.

Small Herbivores

Archaeornithomimus

The only mention in the Jurassic Park film series for Archaeornithomimus is a joke about 4-year olds trying to say the name.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-1

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World (Mentioned Only)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Security Objectives
  • Base Rating: 11
  • Base Price: 70000
  • Comfort %: 15
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 16
  • Pop Min:0
  • Pop Max: 21
  • Grass Area: 4800
  • Forest Area: 1600
  • Total Area: 6400

Dracorex

Dracorex was named after a character from Harry Potter, its full name is Dracorex hogswartia.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-2

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Taxidermied)
  • Island: Matanceros
  • Unlock: Entertainment Mission
  • Base Rating: 21
  • Base Price: 150000
  • Comfort %: 25
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 8
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 12
  • Grass Area: 7700
  • Forest Area: 4700
  • Total Area: 12400

Gallimimus

One of the fastest dinosaurs to ever live and it’s uh…flocking this way.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-3

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park, The Lost World, Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 8
  • Base Price: 80000
  • Comfort %: 15
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 18
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 23
  • Grass Area: 3700
  • Forest Area: 1400
  • Total Area: 5100

Pachycephalosaurus

In Lost World two Pachycephalosaurus was shown butting heads, but, scientists no longer believe this happened. Still, their bald domes are memorable!

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-4

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: The Lost World, Jurassic World
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 26
  • Base Price: 195000
  • Comfort %: 25
  • Social Min: 3
  • Social Max: 6
  • Pop Min: 3
  • Pop Max: 10
  • Grass Area: 10500
  • Forest Area: 5000
  • Total Area: 15500

Struthiomimus

The Struthiomimus requires the least amount of space in Jurassic World Evolution while also being the cheapest to create. It does quite well on its own but makes a great starting dinosaur in a large herd. This is the best dinosaur to start with, a herd of these will start attracting guests which will allow you to build your park.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-5

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 6
  • Base Price: 30000
  • Comfort %: 10
  • Social Min:0
  • Social Max: 20
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 25
  • Grass Area: 2500
  • Forest Area: 1200
  • Total Area: 3700

Stygimoloch

A Stiggy saves Owen and Clare in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, isn’t that sweet? Be sure you’ve got plenty of space for a small herd of these because they really like to have friends.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-6

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: 55% Reputation with Entertainment
  • Base Rating: 24
  • Base Price: 188000
  • Comfort %: 25
  • Social Min: 4
  • Social Max: 12
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 14
  • Grass Area: 8200
  • Forest Area: 4900
  • Total Area: 13100

Medium Herbivores

Corythosaurus

Corythosaurus is extinct again at the time of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but that doesn’t stop her from being your first encounter with irritation in Jurassic World Evolution.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-7

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: The Lost World (Fact Sheet Only), Jurassic Park III
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: Security Objectives
  • Base Rating: 18
  • Base Price: 145000
  • Comfort %: 20
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 13
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 24
  • Grass Area: 6600
  • Forest Area: 4000
  • Total Area: 10600

Edmontosaurus

It’s incredibly difficult to get the Edmontosaurus unhappy, that is of course unless it’s alone.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-8

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: The Lost World, Jurassic World (Cut and Website)
  • Island: Matanceros
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 15
  • Base Price: 170000
  • Comfort %: 20
  • Social Min: 1
  • Social Max: 15
  • Pop Min: 1
  • Pop Max: 25
  • Grass Area: 8000
  • Forest Area: 5400
  • Total Area: 13400

Maiasaura

The Maiasaura was the first dinosaur in space! No, this didn’t happen in a Jurassic Park movie, it really happened! Of course it was just some bones, but still pretty cool.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-9

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: The Lost World (Cut), Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 21
  • Base Price: 165000
  • Comfort %: 25
  • Social Min: 4
  • Social Max: 12
  • Pop Min: 4
  • Pop Max: 23
  • Grass Area: 7600
  • Forest Area: 6200
  • Total Area: 13800

Muttaburrasaurus

Muttaburrasaurus is a mouthful to say and a handful in the park. You’ll need 6 of them together to keep these ladies happy.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-10

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III Trading Cards, Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Sorna
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 25
  • Base Price: 225000
  • Comfort %: 30
  • Social Min: 6
  • Social Max: 12
  • Pop Min: 6
  • Pop Max: 20
  • Grass Area: 7200
  • Forest Area: 5900
  • Total Area: 13100

Parasaurolophus

Parasaurolophus has been in every Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movie to date. Is it really a Jurassic Park without one? She’s so easy to care for too! So long as you give her friends.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-11

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: All
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 24
  • Base Price: 180000
  • Comfort %: 30
  • Social Min: 4
  • Social Max: 14
  • Pop Min: 4
  • Pop Max: 21
  • Grass Area: 7600
  • Forest Area: 5200
  • Total Area: 12800

Tsintaosaurus

The Tsintaosaurus has never appeared in any Jurassic Park or World game or movie before Jurassic World Evolution, not even a mention. It has the nickname Unicorn of the Cretaceous.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-12

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World Evolution
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 22
  • Base Price: 200000
  • Comfort %: 25
  • Social Min: 4
  • Social Max: 15
  • Pop Min: 4
  • Pop Max: 22
  • Grass Area: 8500
  • Forest Area: 5200
  • Total Area: 13700

Giant Herbivores

Apatosaurus

A somewhat expensive dinosaur who needs friends and works great in a densely populated enclosure.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-13

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: NA
  • Unlock: NA
  • Base Rating: 90
  • Base Price: 851000
  • Comfort %: 45
  • Social Min: 3
  • Social Max: 7
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 22
  • Grass Area: 15300
  • Forest Area: 14200
  • Total Area: 29500

Brachiosaurus

The Brachiosaurus needs the most space in Jurassic World Evolution and should never be left without one of its own kind to keep it company.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-14

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 93
  • Base Price: 784000
  • Comfort %: 50
  • Social Min: 1
  • Social Max: 5
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 25
  • Grass Area: 21000
  • Forest Area: 21000
  • Total Area: 42000

Camarasaurus

Make sure camarasaurus has friends or else her happiness will decline. She hasn’t made it into a movie yet but she was in the novel.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-15

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Novel, Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game), Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 85
  • Base Price: 678000
  • Comfort %: 45
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 7
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 23
  • Grass Area: 14700
  • Forest Area: 24800
  • Total Area: 39500

Diplodocus

Diplodocus only appeared as a toy in Jurassic Park and her role in Jurassic World was given to Apatosaurus instead.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-16

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park (Cameo), Jurassic World (Cut)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 81
  • Base Price: 625000
  • Comfort %: 40
  • Social Min:1
  • Social Max: 8
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 24
  • Grass Area: 19500
  • Forest Area: 10100
  • Total Area: 29600

Mamenchisaurus

Mamenchisaurus had the longest neck of any creature that has ever lived. In Jurassic World Evolution she’s pretty easy to care for as long as she has friends and enough land to roam.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-17

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: The Lost World
  • Island: NA
  • Unlock: NA
  • Base Rating: 108
  • Base Price: 891000
  • Comfort %: 50
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 4
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 25
  • Grass Area: 15400
  • Forest Area: 25400
  • Total Area: 40800

Armored Herbivores

Ankylosaurus

This cranky loner likes small enclosures and small populations. She’ll be perfectly happy if you put her in an enclosure alone.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-18

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 40
  • Base Price: 315000
  • Comfort %: 60
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 4
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 8
  • Grass Area: 4900
  • Forest Area: 4900
  • Total Area: 9800

Chasmosaurus

Chasmosaurus doesn’t mind being in smaller areas so long as she has some friends to keep her company.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-19

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 33
  • Base Price: 250000
  • Comfort %: 45
  • Social Min: 3
  • Social Max: 5
  • Pop Min: 3
  • Pop Max: 11
  • Grass Area: 7100
  • Forest Area: 2600
  • Total Area: 9700

Chungkingosaurus

An average dinosaur with moderate requirements for land.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-20

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World Evolution
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 28
  • Base Price: 275000
  • Comfort %: 50
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 12
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 18
  • Grass Area: 12000
  • Forest Area: 9700
  • Total Area: 21700

Crichtonsaurus

Crichtonsaurus is named after Jurassic Park author Michael Crichton. Once you’ve unlocked her she’s a fairly easy dinosaur to maintain in a small enclosure.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-21

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World Evolution
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 38
  • Base Price: 290000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 5
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 8
  • Grass Area: 7300
  • Forest Area: 2500
  • Total Area: 9800

Gigantspinosaurus

The Gigantspinosaurus needs a lot of space and a lot of friends. But don’t even think about putting her in an enclosure with a lot of animals already inside.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-22

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World Evolution
  • Island: Sorna
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 32
  • Base Price: 370000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 4
  • Social Max: 10
  • Pop Min: 4
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 10300
  • Forest Area: 9200
  • Total Area: 19500

Huayangosaurus

One of the less impressive dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution. Not the best choice unless you’re trying to go for a wide variety.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-23

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World Evolution
  • Island: Matanceros
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 25
  • Base Price: 210000
  • Comfort %: 50
  • Social Min: 1
  • Social Max: 13
  • Pop Min: 1
  • Pop Max: 20
  • Grass Area: 11300
  • Forest Area: 10400
  • Total Area: 21700

Kentrosaurus

Complete an entertainment mission on Isla Pena to unlock Kentrosaurus and be prepared to make friends before she gets lonely.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-24

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis (Game), Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game), Jurassic World: The Game (Game), Jurassic World: Alive (Game)
  • Island: Pena
  • Unlock: Entertainment Mission
  • Base Rating: 29
  • Base Price: 310000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 3
  • Social Max: 11
  • Pop Min: 3
  • Pop Max: 17
  • Grass Area: 13100
  • Forest Area: 10800
  • Total Area: 23900

Nodosaurus

Nodosaurus can be kept in very small spaces and doesn’t mind being alone. Just make sure that about half its area is a forest.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-25

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game), Jurassic World: Alive
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Science Mission
  • Base Rating: 42
  • Base Price: 335000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 4
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 7
  • Grass Area: 2800
  • Forest Area: 2600
  • Total Area: 5400

Pentaceratops

There isn’t a whole lot of difference between this dinosaur and a Triceratops, except this one is harder to maintain.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-26

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: NA
  • Unlock: NA
  • Base Rating: 35
  • Base Price: 350000
  • Comfort %: 45
  • Social Min: 3
  • Social Max: 5
  • Pop Min: 3
  • Pop Max: 9
  • Grass Area: 7800
  • Forest Area: 2900
  • Total Area: 10700

Polacanthus

Another average dinosaur, though this one likes small enclosures with a very low population.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-27

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game), Jurassic Park III: The DNA Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 43
  • Base Price: 350000
  • Comfort %: 60
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 3
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 6
  • Grass Area: 7700
  • Forest Area: 400
  • Total Area: 8100

Sauropelta

Sauropelta is a difficult dinosaur to keep happy, she needs a decent sized area to roam around in and a very low population inside that space.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-28

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World Evolution
  • Island: NA
  • Unlock: NA
  • Base Rating: 45
  • Base Price: 355000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 4
  • Grass Area: 9800
  • Forest Area: 300
  • Total Area: 10100

Sinoceratops

One of the newly released dinosaurs as part of the free Fallen Kingdom DLC.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-29

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Matanceros
  • Unlock: 60% Reputation with Entertainment
  • Base Rating: 28
  • Base Price: 241000
  • Comfort %: 40
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 7
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 8300
  • Forest Area: 3400
  • Total Area: 11700

Stegosaurus

Be ready to give Stegosaurus some friends and plenty of room to roam.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-30

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: The Lost World, Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Sorna
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 34
  • Base Price: 320000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 5
  • Social Max: 9
  • Pop Min: 5
  • Pop Max: 15
  • Grass Area: 13700
  • Forest Area: 11100
  • Total Area: 24800

Styracosaurus

Another relative of the triceratops, this one has to be unlocked by completing Entertainment objectives.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-31

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Novel, Warpath: Jurassic Park (Game), Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis (Game), Jurassic Park: Explorer (Game), Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: Entertainment Objectives
  • Base Rating: 27
  • Base Price: 315000
  • Comfort %: 45
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 5
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 14
  • Grass Area: 6600
  • Forest Area: 2500
  • Total Area: 9100

Torosaurus

A decent dinosaur who is easy to maintain.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-32

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis (Game), Jurassic Park: Explorer (Game), Jurassic Park III: Park Builder (Game), Jurassic Park: The Game (Game, Mentioned Only), Jurassic Park Builder (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 31
  • Base Price: 340000
  • Comfort %: 45
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 5
  • Pop Min: 2
  • Pop Max: 13
  • Grass Area: 6700
  • Forest Area: 3000
  • Total Area: 9700

Triceratops

One of the best early dinosaurs to have in your park.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-33

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: All
  • Island: Matanceros
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 26
  • Base Price: 230000
  • Comfort %: 40
  • Social Min: 1
  • Social Max: 6
  • Pop Min: 1
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 9200
  • Forest Area: 4700
  • Total Area: 13900

Small Carnivores

Deinonychus

These guys like to test the fence and break out for no reason. They’re incredibly difficult to manage and they enjoy causing trouble.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-34

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World (Holoscape Only), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Dinosaur Protection Group Extinct List)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 50
  • Base Price: 446000
  • Comfort %: 75
  • Social Min: 3
  • Social Max: 8
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 18
  • Grass Area: 12500
  • Forest Area: 7400
  • Total Area: 19900

Dilophosaurus

The Dilophosaurus makes a terrible road trip companion. Never get in a jeep with one.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-35

  • Historic Period: Early Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park, Jurassic World (Hologram Only), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Taxidermied)
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 46
  • Base Price: 317000
  • Comfort %: 70
  • Social Min: 1
  • Social Max: 12
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 22
  • Grass Area: 9800
  • Forest Area: 9800
  • Total Area: 19600

Velociraptor

Your heart will race the first time you put Velociraptors in your park. They hate rain and will break out every time there’s a storm.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-36

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: All
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 49
  • Base Price: 373000
  • Comfort %: 80
  • Social Min: 2
  • Social Max: 6
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 20
  • Grass Area: 14800
  • Forest Area: 5200
  • Total Area: 20000

Large Carnivores

Allosaurus

You’ll be working with the Science Division quite a bit if you want to unlock the Allosaurus.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-37

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Sorna
  • Unlock: 80% Reputation with Science
  • Base Rating: 152
  • Base Price: 1873000
  • Comfort %: 80
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 1
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 18900
  • Forest Area: 6700
  • Total Area: 25600

Baryonyx

You’ll have to work with security more than you might like in order to get the Baryonyx. She has a high rating, but with that comes high demands for space and comfort.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-38

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park (Map Only), Jurassic Park III (Mentioned Only), Jurassic World (Website Only), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Muerta
  • Unlock: 65% Reputation with Security
  • Base Rating: 91
  • Base Price: 742000
  • Comfort %: 70
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 16700
  • Forest Area: 4200
  • Total Area: 20900

Carnotaurus

A mean looking carnivore with a high price tag, but worth every bit of it.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-39

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World (Hybrid Only), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Pena
  • Unlock: 65% Reputation with Science
  • Base Rating: 127
  • Base Price: 1384000
  • Comfort %: 60
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 20
  • Grass Area: 16900
  • Forest Area: 4300
  • Total Area: 21200

Ceratosaurus

The first carnivore you’ll meet in Jurassic World Evolution. They’re very easy to care for.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-40

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III
  • Island: Matanceros
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 68
  • Base Price: 550000
  • Comfort %: 55
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 3
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 20
  • Grass Area: 17700
  • Forest Area: 4400
  • Total Area: 22100

Giganotosaurus

An expensive dinosaur who needs a lot of space and also needs you to work with security to unlock.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-41

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World (Hybrid Only)
  • Island: Pena
  • Unlock: Security Mission
  • Base Rating: 144
  • Base Price: 1717000
  • Comfort %: 80
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 13
  • Grass Area: 18600
  • Forest Area: 4400
  • Total Area: 23000

Indominus Rex

Indominus Rex is the first of two dinosaurs who were invented for the Jurassic World movies. She’s a hybrid that never would have occurred naturally. She has high comfort demands and must be kept alone.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-42

  • Historic Period: Made Up for the Movies
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Skeleton Only)
  • Island: Pena
  • Unlock: 100% Raptor/Rex, 4 Research Centers, $2,000,000
  • Base Rating: 182
  • Base Price: 2516000
  • Comfort %: 90
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 1
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 10
  • Grass Area: 23100
  • Forest Area: 7500
  • Total Area: 30600

Indoraptor

The Indoraptor is the newest Ingen created hybrid and if you want her in your park it is going to cost you a lot as well as requiring a lot of work. But that work will pay off if you’re willing to deal with the Indoraptor’s fickle nature.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-43

  • Historic Period: Made Up for the Movies
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Island: Sorna
  • Unlock: 100% Raptor/Rex, 5 Research Centers, High Sorna Security Rating ~90%
  • Base Rating: 187
  • Base Price: 2710000
  • Comfort %: 85
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 1
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 10
  • Grass Area: 15500
  • Forest Area: 10200
  • Total Area: 25700

Majungasaurus

One of the scariest, and most interesting dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-44

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic World (Hybrid Only)
  • Island: NA
  • Unlock: NA
  • Base Rating: 104
  • Base Price: 1465000
  • Comfort %: 60
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 18100
  • Forest Area: 4500
  • Total Area: 22600

Metriacanthosaurus

One of the cheaper of the large carnivores, but that doesn’t make her any less fun to have in your park.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-45

  • Historic Period: Late Jurassic
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park (Embryo Only), Jurassic World (Website Only), Jurassic World: The Game (Game)
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Security Mission
  • Base Rating: 84
  • Base Price: 873000
  • Comfort %: 50
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 18
  • Grass Area: 15400
  • Forest Area: 7300
  • Total Area: 22700

Spinosaurus

Only one Spinosaurus was made in the movies, this is your chance to fix that oversight.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-46

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World (Skeleton Only)
  • Island: Sorna
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 160
  • Base Price: 2012000
  • Comfort %: 70
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 13
  • Grass Area: 22300
  • Forest Area: 5400
  • Total Area: 27700

Suchomimus

Suchomimus was actually a piscivore more than a true carnivore. That means it mostly ate fish. But don’t worry, goats will do just fine in your park.

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-47

  • Historic Period: Early Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: Jurassic Park III (Mentioned Only), Jurassic World (Website Only)
  • Island: NA
  • Unlock: NA
  • Base Rating: 96
  • Base Price: 1228000
  • Comfort %: 65
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 2
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 16
  • Grass Area: 18200
  • Forest Area: 4600
  • Total Area: 22800

Tyrannosaurus Rex

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was what made the Jurassic Park series what it is today. The same dinosaur is in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World. In Jurassic World Evolution the T-Rex isn’t the best carnivore, but she holds a special place in our hearts. Is it really a Jurassic Park without her?

Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaur Guide-48

  • Historic Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Jurassic Park Series Appearances: All
  • Island: Tacano
  • Unlock: Expedition
  • Base Rating: 156
  • Base Price: 1964000
  • Comfort %: 85
  • Social Min: 0
  • Social Max: 1
  • Pop Min: 0
  • Pop Max: 15
  • Grass Area: 21100
  • Forest Area: 5200
  • Total Area: 26300

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