Jurassic World Evolution (new update) – New Achievements – Guide

This guide contains “Encyclopedia Dinosauria – A Park Manager’s Reference Collection” and encapsulation of all of the dinosaur’s relevant information for Challenge Mode playthroughs.

Place yourself at the heart of the Jurassic franchise and build your own Jurassic World. Bioengineer dinosaurs that think, feel and react intelligently to the world around them and face threats posed by espionage, breakouts and devastating tropical storms in an uncertain world where life always finds a way.

Introduction

This reference collection exists to present the most relevant information for each dinosaur at 100% genome with no modifications for Challenge Mode. There are no recommendations of any sort, as the ultimate decision on which dinosaurs to use rests with the player alone. It is also assumed that you have every add-on to this game so that you have access to all of the dinosaurs. If you don’t, then you must either make do with what you have or buy the add-ons you don’t own.

The List below will detail how each of the major sections of this guide will work. The sections include Large Carnivores, Small Carnivores, Ankylosauria, Ceratopsidae, Ornithomimidae, Ornithopoda, Pachycephalosauridae, Sauropoda & Stegosauria. I’ve kept it down to these 9 as its the most concise, despite the potential for more categories. If future updates add dinosaurs to other potential categories, then they will be added accordingly.

The Return to Jurassic Park DLC has added a few new wrinkles to the mix. Most notably being able to choose between a JWE or RtJP style Challenge Mode for each Challenge Mode map. The JWE variant lets you access virtually every dinosaur in the game, has more buildings and higher costs, whereas the RtJP variant cuts down on buildings and restricts you to 24 dinosaurs, counting the new Compys and Pteranodons, which also means that Paleobotany isn’t possible in RtJP. As such, this list will be updated with new relevant information as I come across it. There will also be multiple entries for dinosaurs that exist between both Challenge Mode variations, with the labels (JWE) and (RtJP) respectively.

  • Classification
    -Dinosaurs name. Any dinosaur with an (H) or a (P) next to it is a Hybrid or a Piscivore respectively.
    • Unmodified Cost
      -The cost to incubate an unmodified dinosaur.
    • Unmodified Rating
      -The appeal of the dinosaur according to the guests. Plays into your overall park rating.
    • Cost Per Point
      -The amount of money spent per rating point. (rounded up) or (rounded down) is used to keep to flat dollar amounts like the rest of the game.
    • Comfort Threshold
      -The percentage at which an animal will start to break out of its paddock. For Large Carnivores that number is 70%. For Small Carnivores, whose comfort drops faster in storms, that number is 60%
    • Paddock Population
      -The minimum and the maximum number of dinosaurs that can exist around an individual dinosaur in a paddock regardless of species.
    • Social Group
      -The maximum and the minimum number of dinosaurs of an individual species that can exist in a paddock together.
    • Susceptible Disease
      -A sickness each dinosaur is prone to.
    • Primary Paleobotany
      -HERBIVORES ONLY! REQUIRES CLAIRE’S SANCTUARY DLC TO UTILIZE! The plant provides the highest boost to lifespan and rating. You can only have 5 total plant selections per map, so plan your paddocks carefully.
    • Secondary Paleobotany
      -HERBIVORES ONLY! REQUIRES CLAIRE’S SANCTUARY DLC TO UTILIZE! The plants that provide the second highest boost to lifespan and rating. You can only have 5 total plant selections per map, so plan your paddocks carefully.
    • Harmful Paleobotany
      -HERBIVORES ONLY! REQUIRES CLAIRE’S SANCTUARY DLC TO UTILIZE! The plants that can lower health and drop lifespan and rating. You can only have 5 total plant selections per map, so plan your paddocks carefully.

The reason why I haven’t included the paddock size, forest size, grassland size and wetland size requirements is that those can be adjusted on the fly to the paddocks specific needs.

All of the information presented here was gathered and corroborated between the Jurassic Park Wikia and the Jurassic World Evolution Wikia. I hope you find this information useful and thank you for reading. If I’ve gotten anything wrong, please let me know and I’ll correct the mistake.

Large Carnivores

  • Acrocanthosaurus
    • $1,920,000
    • 230
    • $8,348 (rounded up)
    • 85%
    • 0 – 15
    • 1 – 2
    • Campylobacter

  • Albertosaurus
    • $1,425,000
    • 198
    • $7,197 (rounded up)
    • 85%
    • 0 – 15
    • 1 – 2
    • Campylobacter

  • Allosaurus
    • $1,873,000
    • 228
    • $8,215 (rounded up)
    • 80%
    • 0 – 16
    • 0 – 1
    • Campylobacter

  • Baryonyx (P) (JWE)
    • $742,000
    • 137
    • $5,416 (rounded down)
    • 70%
    • 0 – 16
    • 0 – 2
    • Rabies

  • Carcharodontosaurus
    • $1,750,000
    • 213
    • $8,216 (rounded up)
    • 85%
    • 0 – 15
    • 1 – 2
    • Campylobacter

  • Carnotaurus
    • $1,384,000
    • 191
    • $7,246 (rounded down)
    • 60%
    • 0 – 20
    • 0 – 2
    • Rabies

  • Ceratosaurus (JWE)
    • $550,000
    • 102
    • $5,392 (rounded down)
    • 55%
    • 0 – 20
    • 0 – 3
    • Campylobacter

  • Giganotosaurus
    • $1,717,000
    • 216
    • $7,949 (rounded down)
    • 80%
    • 0 – 13
    • 0 – 2
    • Rabies

  • Indominus Rex (H)
    • $2,516,000
    • 273
    • $9,216 (rounded down)
    • 90%
    • 0 – 10
    • 0 – 1
    • Campylobacter

  • Indoraptor (H)
    • $2,710,000
    • 281
    • $9,644 (rounded down)
    • 85%
    • 0 -10
    • 0 – 1
    • Hookworms

  • Majungasaurus
    • $,1465,000
    • 156
    • $9,391 (rounded down)
    • 60%
    • 0 – 16
    • 0 – 2
    • Rabies

  • Metriacanthosaurus (JWE)
    • $873,000
    • 126
    • $6,929 (rounded up)
    • 50%
    • 0 – 18
    • 0 – 2
    • Hookworms

  • Spinoraptor (H, P)
    • $1,930,000
    • 218
    • $8,853 (rounded down)
    • 70%
    • 0 – 20
    • 2 – 4
    • Campylobacter

  • Spinosaurus (P) (JWE)
    • $2,012,000
    • 240
    • $8,383 (rounded down)
    • 70%
    • 0 – 13
    • 0 – 2
    • Rabies

  • Schomimus (P)
    • $1,228,000
    • 144
    • $8,528 (rounded up)
    • 65%
    • 0 – 16
    • 0 – 2
    • Rabies

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex (JWE)
    • $1,964,000
    • 234
    • $8,3,93 (rounded down)
    • 85%
    • 0 – 15
    • 0 – 1
    • Campylobacter

Small Carnivores

  • Compsognathus (RtJP)
    • $57,000
    • 15
    • $3,800
    • 5%
    • 0 – 30
    • 1 – 25
    • None

  • Deinonychus
    • $446,000
    • 75
    • $5,947 (rounded up)
    • 75%
    • 0 – 18
    • 3 – 8
    • Hookworms

  • Dilophosaurus (JWE)
    • $317,000
    • 69
    • 4,594 (rounded down)
    • 70%
    • 0 – 22
    • 1 – 12
    • Hookworms

  • Herrerasaurus (JWE)
    • $480,000
    • 84
    • $5,714 (rounded down)
    • 50%
    • 0 – 22
    • 1 – 5
    • Campylobacter

  • Proceratosaurus (JWE)
    • $370,000
    • 66
    • $5,606 (rounded down)
    • 70%
    • 0 – 23
    • 3 – 10
    • Hookworms

  • Pteranodon (RtJP)
    • $425,000
    • 98
    • $4,337 (rounded up)
    • N/A
    • 0 – 6
    • 1 – 6
    • None

  • Troodon
    • $302,000
    • 63
    • $4,794 (rounded up)
    • 70%
    • 0 – 25
    • 4 – 16
    • None

  • Velociraptor (JWE)
    • $373,000
    • 74
    • $5,041 (rounded up)
    • 90%
    • 0 -20
    • 2 – 6
    • Hookworms

Ankylosauria

  • Anklyosaurus (JWE)
    • $315,000
    • 60
    • $5,250
    • 60%
    • 0 – 8
    • 0 – 4
    • Cryptosporidium
    • Horsetails
    • Mosses, Paw Paw
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Crichtonsaurus
    • $290,000
    • 57
    • $5,088 (rounded up)
    • 55%
    • 0 – 8
    • 0 – 5
    • Cryptosporidium
    • Horsetails
    • Paw Paw, Mosses
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Euoplocephalus (JWE)
    • $285,000
    • 57
    • $5,000
    • 60%
    • 2 – 15
    • 2 – 6
    • Cryptosporidium
    • Horsetails
    • Mosses, Paw Paw
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Nodosaurus
    • $335,000
    • 63
    • $5,317 (rounded down)
    • 55%
    • 0 – 7
    • 0 – 4
    • Cryptosporidium
    • Horsetails
    • Mosses, Paw Paw
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Polacanthus
    • $350,000
    • 65
    • $5,385 (rounded up)
    • 60%
    • 0 – 6
    • 0 – 3
    • Ticks
    • Paw Paw
    • Mosses, Horsetails
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Sauropelta
    • $355,000
    • 68
    • $5,221 (rounded up)
    • 55%
    • 0 – 4
    • 0 – 2
    • Ticks
    • Mosses
    • Paw Paw, Horsetails
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

Ceratopsidae

  • Chasmosaurus
    • $250,000
    • 50
    • $5,000
    • 45%
    • 3 – 11
    • 3 – 5
    • Hookworms
    • Horsetails
    • Rotten Wood, Palms
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Nasutoceratops
    • $166,000
    • 33
    • $5,030 (rounded down)
    • 40%
    • 1 – 25
    • 3 – 10
    • Hookworms
    • Horsetails
    • Rotten Wood, Palms
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Pentaceratops
    • $350,000
    • 53
    • $6,404 (rounded up)
    • 45%
    • 3 – 9
    • 3 – 5
    • Hookworms
    • Palms
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Sinoceratops
    • $241,000
    • 42
    • $5,738 (rounded down)
    • 40%
    • 2 – 16
    • 2 – 7
    • Hookworms
    • Palms
    • Horsetails, Rotten Wood
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Stegoceratops (H)
    • $420,000
    • 95
    • $4,421 (rounded down)
    • 55%
    • 3 – 15
    • 3 – 8
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Rotten Wood
    • Horsetails, Palms
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Styracosaurus
    • $315,000
    • 41
    • $7,683 (rounded up)
    • 45%
    • 2 – 14
    • 2 – 5
    • Hookworms
    • Palms
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails
    • Paw Paw, Mosses Cycads

  • Torosaurus
    • $340,000
    • 47
    • $7,234 (rounded down)
    • 45%
    • 2 – 13
    • 2 – 5
    • Hookworms
    • Rotten Wood
    • Palms, Horsetails
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Triceratops (JWE)
    • $230,000
    • 39
    • $5,897 (rounded down)
    • 40%
    • 1 – 16
    • 1 -6
    • Hookworms
    • Horsetails
    • Rotten Wood, Palms
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

Ornithomimidae

  • Archaeornithomimus
    • $70,000
    • 17
    • $4,118 (rounded up)
    • 15%
    • 0 – 21
    • 0 – 18
    • Avian Influenza
    • Grasses
    • Horsetails, Palms
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Gallimimus (JWE)
    • $80,000
    • 12
    • $6,667 (rounded up)
    • 15%
    • 0 – 23
    • 0 – 18
    • Avian Influenza
    • Palms
    • Horsetails, Grasses
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Struthiomimus
    • $30,000
    • 9
    • $3,333 (rounded down)
    • 10%
    • 0 – 22
    • 1 – 20
    • Common Cold
    • Horsetails
    • Grasses, Palms
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

Ornithopoda

  • Corythosaurus (JWE)
    • $145,000
    • 27
    • $5.370 (rounded down)
    • 20%
    • 2 – 24
    • 2 – 13
    • Common Cold
    • Rotten Wood
    • Conifers, Palms, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Cycads

  • Dryosaurus (JWE)
    • $25,000
    • 6
    • $4,167 (rounded up)
    • 10%
    • 0 – 25
    • 1 – 22
    • None
    • Rotten Wood
    • Conifers
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Edmontosaurus
    • $170,000
    • 23
    • $7,391 (rounded down)
    • 20%
    • 1 – 25
    • 1 – 15
    • Common Cold
    • Palms
    • Conifers, Rotten Wood, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Cycads

  • Iguanadon
    • $300,000
    • 48
    • $6,250
    • 20%
    • 1 – 20
    • 1 – 10
    • Common Cold
    • Conifers
    • Rotten Wood
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Maiasaura (JWE)
    • $165,000
    • 32
    • $5,156 (rounded down)
    • 25%
    • 4 – 23
    • 4 – 12
    • Avian Influenza
    • Palms
    • Conifers, Rotten Wood, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Cycads

  • Muttaburrasaurus
    • $225,000
    • 38
    • $5,921 (rounded down)
    • 30%
    • 6 – 20
    • 6 – 12
    • Avian Pox
    • Rotten Wood
    • Conifers, Palms, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Cycads

  • Olorotitan
    • $175,000
    • 35
    • $5,000
    • 20%
    • 4 – 25
    • 3 – 12
    • Common Cold
    • Palms
    • Conifers, Rotten Wood, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Gingko

  • Ouranosaurus
    • $215,000
    • 38
    • $5,658 (rounded up)
    • 30%
    • 1 – 20
    • 2 – 12
    • Common Cold
    • Rotten Wood
    • Conifers
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Cycads

  • Parasaurolophus (JWE)
    • $180,000
    • 36
    • $5,000
    • 30%
    • 4 – 21
    • 4 – 12
    • Avian Influenza
    • Palms
    • Conifers, Rotten Wood, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Cycads

  • Tsintaosaurus
    • $200,000
    • 33
    • $6,061 (rounded up)
    • 25%
    • 4 – 22
    • 4 – 15
    • Avian Influenza
    • Palms
    • Conifers, Rotted Wood, Gingko
    • Grasses, Horsetails, Cycads

Pachycephalosauridae

  • Dracorex
    • $150,000
    • 32
    • $4,688 (rounded up)
    • 25%
    • 2 – 12
    • 2 – 8
    • Campylobacter
    • Grasses
    • Cycads, Horsetails
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Homalocephale
    • $130,000
    • 24
    • $5,417 (rounded up)
    • 25%
    • 0 – 20
    • 3 – 10
    • None
    • Horsetails
    • Grasses, Cycads
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Pachycephalosaurus (JWE)
    • $195,000
    • 39
    • $5,000
    • 25%
    • 3 – 10
    • 3 – 6
    • Campylobacter
    • Cycads
    • Grasses, Horsetails
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

  • Stygimoloch
    • $188,000
    • 36
    • $5,222 (rounded down)
    • 25%
    • 2 – 14
    • 4 – 12
    • Campylobacter
    • Horsetails
    • Grasses, Cycads
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers, Gingko

Sauropoda

  • Ankylodocus (H)
    • $980,000
    • 168
    • $5,833 (rounded down)
    • 60%
    • 0 – 14
    • 1 – 2
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Gingko
    • Tree Ferns, Conifers
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Apatosaurus (JWE)
    • $851,000
    • 135
    • $56,304 (rounded up)
    • 45%
    • 0 – 22
    • 3 – 7
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Conifers
    • Gingko, Tree Ferns
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Brachiosaurus (JWE)
    • $784,000
    • 140
    • $5,600
    • 50%
    • 0 – 25
    • 1 – 5
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Tree Ferns
    • Conifers, Gingko
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Camarasaurus
    • $678,000
    • 128
    • $5,297 (rounded up)
    • 45%
    • 0 – 23
    • 2 – 7
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Conifers
    • Gingko, Tree Ferns
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Diplodocus
    • $625,000
    • 122
    • $5,123 (rounded up)
    • 40%
    • 0 – 24
    • 1 – 8
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Gingko
    • Conifers, Tree Ferns
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Dreadnoughtus
    • $850,000
    • 165
    • $5,152 (rounded up)
    • 50%
    • 0 – 15
    • 1 – 3
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Tree Ferns
    • Conifers, Gingko
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Mamenchisaurus (JWE)
    • $891,000
    • 162
    • $5,500
    • 50%
    • 0 – 25
    • 2 – 4
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Tree Ferns
    • Conifers, Gingko
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

  • Nigersaurus
    • $325,000
    • 63
    • $5,159 (rounded up)
    • 50%
    • 0 – 25
    • 2 – 8
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Tree Ferns
    • Conifers, Gingko
    • Paw Paw, Mosses, Horsetails

Stegosauria

  • Chungkingosaurus
    • $275,000
    • 42
    • $6,548 (rounded up)
    • 50%
    • 2 – 18
    • 2 – 12
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Mosses
    • Paw Paw, Cycads
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails, Palms

  • Gigantspinosaurus
    • $370,000
    • 48
    • $7,708 (rounded down)
    • 55%
    • 4 – 16
    • 4 – 10
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Mosses
    • Paw Paw, Cycads
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails, Palms

  • Huayangosaurus
    • $210,000
    • 38
    • $5,526 (rounded down)
    • 50%
    • 1 – 20
    • 1 – 13
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Mosses
    • Paw Paw, Cycads
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails, Palms

  • Kentrosaurus
    • $310,000
    • 44
    • $7,045 (rounded down)
    • 55%
    • 3 – 17
    • 3 – 11
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Paw Paw
    • Mosses, Cycads
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails, Palms

  • Stegosaurus (JWE)
    • $320,000
    • 51
    • $6,275 (rounded up)
    • 55%
    • 5 – 15
    • 5 – 9
    • Bracken Poisoning
    • Paw Paw
    • Mosses, Cycads
    • Rotten Wood, Horsetails, Palms

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