Jurassic World Evolution 2 – Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link

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Your complete guide to all dinosaurs in the game (includes avian, marine, and DLC creatures).
 
 

Dinodex Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link

Welcome to the Dinodex, the complete guide to all dinosaurs in the game, including DLC, Avian, and Marine creatures! This guide provides information on each dinosaur’s likes/dislikes, environmental needs, and more to help you build your dream sandbox park (or to help you get through the story missions)!
 
 
While I needed to shorten the guide’s length to fit here on Steam, the spreadsheet version of my guide offers more information! You can see each dino’s family, time period, default traits, and more! Did you know that Albertosaurus is in the Tyrannosaurid family, or that Tyrannosaurus Rex actually lived in the Cretaceous era instead of the Jurassic era? Now you know!
 
 
Click here to see the full guide in spreadsheet form: Dinodex – Jurassic World Evolution 2 – [google.com] 
 
 
Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Dinodex Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - AF3C9D7
 
 
The spreadsheet version may not open or display properly on all devices. For those who prefer the Steam guide version, read on below!
 
 
All categories are divided into different chapters you can click on –>
 
 
 

Herbivores – Ornithomimids

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Ornithomimids - 72A39A6Ornithomimids are gentle, bird-like dinosaurs that stand on 2 legs. By default, they are often born with the Skittish or Social traits. While these animals were likely omnivorous in real life, they are all herbivores in Jurassic World. The Homalocephale is actually in the Pachycephalosaurid family, however it is categorized under Ornithomimids in the game for some reason.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Struthiomimus143Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Leaf1
Gallimimus266Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Leaf1
Dryosaurus143Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Leaf, Ground Fiber1
Homalocephale147Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Leaf, Ground Fiber1
Archaeornithomimus398Edmontosaurus, Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Fruit1

 
 
 

Herbivores – Pachycephalosaurids

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Pachycephalosaurids - 76E082CPachycephalosaurids are 2-legged herbivores with hard, thick skulls. They often scrap with each other and sustain concussions or other injuries. The Dracorex (D. hogwartsia) is named after the famous school in Harry Potter.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Dracorex513Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Leaf, Ground Nut3
Pachycephalosaurus473Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Leaf3
Stygimoloch653Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Leaf4

 
 
 

Herbivores – Hadrosaurs

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Hadrosaurs - EC1C462Hadrosaurs are duck-billed dinosaurs that can stand on 2 or 4 legs. They are non-aggressive and typically need a lot of water. They often come with the Thirsty or Social traits.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Corythosaurus594Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Fiber2
Parasaurolophus594SauropodsHybridsGround Nut3
Muttaburrasaurus474Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Fiber2
Olorotitan994Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Fiber3
Edmontosaurus604Archaeornithomimus, Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Fiber3
Ouranosaurus*922Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsForest, Ground Fruit2
Tsintaosaurus894Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Fiber3
Maiasaura724Sauropods, Ankys, StegosHybridsGround Fiber, Ground Nut2
Iguanodon1461Compies, Sauropods, Ankys, StegosCarnivoresGround Fruit4

 
*Variant available in Camp Cretaceous DLC.
 
 
 

Herbivores – Ceratopsids

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Ceratopsids - C3F4A92Ceratopsids are 4-legged dinosaurs with horns and large, bony crests. These dinos can occasionally be aggressive towards park rangers, fences, or each other. All of them come with the Social trait by default, but they can also occasionally come with the Aggressive trait.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Nasutoceratops602Compies, AnkysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Leaf5
Torosaurus742Compies, AnkysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Fiber4
Chasmosaurus711AnkysHybrids, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Leaf3
Styracosaurus622AnkysHybrids, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Fiber3
Triceratops1082Compies, AnkysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Fiber4
Pachyrhinosaurus*1013AnkysHybrids, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Fiber4
Pentaceratops863Compies, AnkysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Leaf4
Sinoceratops1102Compies, AnkysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, StegosForest, Ground Fiber4

 
*Deluxe Upgrade DLC
 
 
 

Herbivores – Stegosaurids

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Stegosaurids - EA5BA3FStegosaurids are herbivores with 2 short front legs and 2 longer hind legs, built for grazing on low plants while keeping their dangerous tails held high. They are thought to have some of the smallest brains of all dinosaurs, and often come with the Short Lived trait by default.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Kentrosaurus*572Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ceratopsids, Ankys, StegosForest, Ground Fiber2
Wuerhosaurus**914Compsognathus, Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Hadrosaurs, PachysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, Ankys, StegosGround Fiber, Ground Fruit3
Chungkingosaurus711Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ceratopsids, Ankys, StegosGround Fruit5
Huayangosaurus***901Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ceratopsids, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf1
Gigantspinosaurus922Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ceratopsids, Ankys, StegosForest, Ground Leaf2
Stegosaurus2194Compsognathus, Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Hadrosaurs, PachysCarnivores, Ceratopsids, Ankys, StegosForest, Ground Fiber, Ground Fruit5

 
*Variant available in Camp Cretaceous DLC.
 
**Early Cretaceous DLC.
 
***Deluxe Upgrade DLC.
 
 
 

Herbivores – Ankylosaurids

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Ankylosaurids - 6EC291CAnkylosaurids are 4-legged herbivores covered in tough, bony plates called osteoderms. They all come with the Defensive trait by default, but some are also Needy or Antisocial. Note that the Ankylosaurus has a security level of 6, so it can break through the highest-tier of fence.
 
 
The Crichtonsaurus is named after Michael Crichton, an author who wrote some kind of novel about dinosaurs, that was later turned into a movie, and then a video game.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Nodosaurus661Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf1
Polacanthus591Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf1
Minmi*534Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ankys, StegosGround Nut, Ground Fruit2
Sauropelta1101Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf, Ground Fruit2
Euoplocephalus1202Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf, Ground Fruit3
Crichtonsaurus1193Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysHybrids, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf, Ground Nut, Ground Fruit2
Ankylosaurus2331Compsognathus, Sauropods, Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Hadrosaurs, PachysCarnivores, Ankys, StegosGround Leaf, Ground Fruit6

 
*Early Cretaceous DLC.
 
 
 

Herbivores – Sauropods

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Herbivores - Sauropods - BB3FD59Sauropods are the largest land animals to ever walk our planet. They often come with the Large Appetite gene and require a lot of food and space to feel comfortable, but luckily, they do not need to be in large herds.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentSecurity Level
Amargasaurus771Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Ground Fiber2
Apatosaurus2001Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Tall Leaf3
Camarasaurus2221Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Tall Leaf, Tall Nut3
Nigersaurus2182Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Ground Fiber2
Diplodocus2822Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Tall Fruit3
Brachiosaurus2851Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Tall Nut4
Mamenchisaurus3591Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Tall Leaf4
Dreadnoughtus4501Ornithomimids, Ceratops, Ankys, Hadrosaurs, Pachys, StegosSauropods, Indominus RexForest, Tall Fruit, Tall Fiber5

 
 
 

Small Carnivores

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Small Carnivores - B2A91FFThese small carnivores are 2-legged predators that evolved into modern-day birds. Many of them had feathers, though they could not yet fly. Small carnivores can exhibit pack hunting behaviors in this game if you give them an herbivore to attack – definitely something to look at!
 
 
Compsognathus (or Compies) can safely co-habitate with many other dinosaurs. If they are kept with SMALL CARNIVORES, they will get eaten. If they are kept with Medium or Large Carnivores, they will be ignored (unless you starve them).
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMin PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentFood TypeSecurity Level
Dilophosaurus993CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey5
Deinonychus1233CompiesCarnivoresForestMeat5
Coelophysis216CompiesCarnivoresForestMeat1
Troodon994CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey1
Herrerasaurus1263CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey5
Compsognathus216EverythingIndominus Rex, IndoraptorSandMeat1
Proceratosaurus1223CompiesCarnivoresForestMeat5
Monolophosaurus*1454NoneCarnivoresForestMeat3
Velociraptor1852Compies, Indominus RexCarnivores, IndoraptorForestPrey5

 
*Camp Cretaceous DLC.
 
 
 

Medium Carnivores

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Medium Carnivores - 49A63CF
 
Medium-sized carnivores are interesting because some of them can co-habitate with each other. As long as you keep them comfortable and they don’t have the Aggressive trait, species that like each other will never attack each other. Keeping these carnivores together is a good way to get some high appeal in your park.
 
 
The Camp Cretaceous DLC unlocks the special red Carnotaurus skin for Toro.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMin PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentFood TypeSecurity Level
Ceratosaurus2011Compies, AllosaurusCarnivoresForestPrey5
Carnotaurus3002Compies, Albertosaurus, MajungasaurusCarnivoresSandPrey5
Majungasaurus3081Compies, Carnotauros, QianzhousaurusCarnivoresForest, RockPrey5
Metriacanthosaurus5101Compies, AllosaurusCarnivoresForestPrey4
Albertosaurus4701Compies, CarnotaurosCarnivoresSand, RockPrey5
Megalosaurus*6422CompiesCarnivoresForest, RockPrey4
Qianzhousaurus5062Compies, MajungasaurusCarnivoresRockPrey5
Cryolophosaurus3351CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey4

 
*Deluxe Upgrade DLC.
 
 
 

Large Carnivores

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Large Carnivores - 77A5E81Large carnivores are the apex predators of the game, and the largest predators to ever walk the Earth. Most of them are solitary and come with the Aggressive or Large Appetite genes. Make sure you can keep them happy before you have them in your park!
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMin PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentFood TypeSecurity Level
Giganotosaurus9781CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey6
Allosaurus6391Compies, Ceratosaurus, MetriacanthosaurusCarnivoresForestPrey5
Acrocanthosaurus10161CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey6
Carcharodontosaurus9302CompiesCarnivoresForestPrey6
Tyrannosaurus Rex12661CompiesCarnivoresForest, SandPrey6

 
 
 

Land Piscivores

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Land Piscivores - 3C5093C
 
Piscivores are fish eaters, so you must provide them with a fish feeding station. All 3 of these species are in the Spinosauridae family and are closely related to each other. These semi-aquatic dinos come with the Thirsty trait by default and require a lot of water in their enclosures.
 
 
You may notice that Spinosaurus’ base appeal is slightly higher than Tyrannosaurus’, meaning it is the canonically cooler dinosaur. Don’t @ me.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMin PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentFood TypeSecurity Level
Baryonyx3261Compies, SuchomimusCarnivoresForest, RockFish4
Suchomimus6393Compies, BaryonyxCarnivoresForest, SandFish5
Spinosaurus12841CompiesCarnivoresForestFish6

 
 
 

Hybrids

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Hybrids - 3FD11F7
 
Hybrids are the flagship dinos of the Jurassic World series. These fictional, carnivorous dinos will almost always come with the Aggressive and Sickly traits.
 
 
The Indominus Rex can be kept with Velociraptors, as long as the Indominus is the Alpha. If you do it right, they will never fight. For info on how to ensure who is the Alpha, please see my Cohabitation/ Alpha Dynamics guide here on Steam.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMin PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentFood TypeSecurity Level
Indominus Rex18501VelociraptorEverythingForestPrey6
Scorpios Rex*14501NoneEverythingForestPrey5
Indoraptor18501NoneEverythingRockPrey6

 
*Camp Cretaceous DLC.
 
 
 

Avian / Flying Reptiles

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Avian / Flying Reptiles - B216589All avian reptiles are piscivores (fish-eaters) and need to live in an Aviary. The Aviary needs to be a minimum of 4 pieces large.
 
 
The Maaradactylus (M. spielbergi) is named after Steven Spielberg, the director of Jurassic Park.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesEnvironmentFood TypeSecurity Level
Dimorphodon983NoneHybridsSandFish1
Cearadactylus891NoneHybridsSandFish4
Dsungaripterus*673NoneHybridsSandFish1
Maaradactylus1201NoneHybridsN/AFish4
Pteranodon2143NoneHybridsRockFish4
Tapejara1292NoneTropeognathus, HybridsForestFish2
Tropeognathus2161NoneTapejara, HybridsForestFish4
Geosternbergia**1251Pteranodon, TropeognathusHybridsForestFish4

 
*Early Cretaceous DLC.
 
**Deluxe Upgrade DLC.
 
 
 

Marine / Water Reptiles

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - Full Guide Introduction & Spreadsheet Link - Marine / Water Reptiles - 4F13A7EMarine reptiles require a Lagoon at least 4 pieces large. They all eat Fish except for the Kronosaurs and Mosasaurus, who also eat Sharks. The Mosasaurus has the HIGHEST appeal in the game by far.
 
 
The Attenborosaurus, discovered in England, is named after David Attenborough.
 
 

Dinosaur NameBase AppealMinimum PopulationLikesDislikesFood TypeArea NeedSecurity Level
Marine Small
Icthyosaurus1171NoneMarine (Small)FishLow5
Plesiosaurus2381NoneMarine (Small)FishLow5
Marine Medium
Liopleurodon3731Marine (Small)Tylosaurus, Marine (Medium)FishLow5
Elasmosaurus4031Marine (Small)Marine (Medium)FishLow5
Attenborosaurus*4901Marine (Small)Marine (Medium)FishLow5
Marine Large
Kronosaurus**16251Marine (Small)Marine (Large)Fish, SharkMedium5
Tylosaurus16611Marine (Small)Liopleurodon, Marine (Large)FishMedium5
Mosasaurus25001Marine (Small)Marine (Large)Fish, SharkMedium5

 
*Deluxe Upgrade DLC.
 
**Early Cretaceous DLC.
 
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For more information, check out the official JWE2 Database here – [jurassicworldevolution2.com] .
 
All images are from the official website and all information was taken directly from the game. I make no money from this guide but I hope it helps you 🙂
 
 
If you have any questions or comments, please write them down below!
 
I plan to update this guide with the new Dominion DLC after it is released.
 
 
-Kitx
 
 

Written by Kitxunei

 
 
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