All of the dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution and how to get them

There's a large amount of dinosaurs that you can unlock and add to your very own Jurassic Park in Jurassic World Evolution.

Each dinosaur might take awhile to get, however. You need to progress through the main campaign to unlock most of the dig sites that will then give you fossils for new and more dangerous dinosaurs.

But how do you find these fossils? And which dinosaurs are available? Here's everything you need to know about the dinosaurs and fossils in Jurassic World Evolution.

Dinosaurs available

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There are over 40 dinosaurs available to add to your park. Five of them are available as exclusive DLC to Deluxe Edition owners. The dinosaurs available in Jurassic World Evolution right now include:

  • Ankylosaurus
  • Apatosaurus
  • Brachiosaurus
  • Camarasaurus
  • Ceratosaurus
  • Chasmosaurus
  • Chungkingosaurus
  • Corythosaurus
  • Deinonychus
  • Dilophosaurus
  • Diplodocus
  • Dracorex
  • Edmontosaurus
  • Gallimimus
  • Giganotosaurus
  • Gigantspinosaurus
  • Huayangosaurus
  • Indominus rex
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Maiasaura
  • Mamenchisaurus
  • Metriacanthosaurus
  • Muttaburrasaurus
  • Nodosaurus
  • Pachycephalosaurus
  • Parasaurolophus
  • Pentaceratops
  • Polacanthus
  • Sauropelta
  • Spinosaurus
  • Stegosaurus
  • Struthiomimus
  • Torosaurus
  • Triceratops
  • Tsintaosaurus
  • Tyrannosaurus
  • Velociraptor

Deluxe Edition exclusive dinosaurs

  • Archaeornithomimus 
  • Crichtonsaurus 
  • Majungasaurus
  • Styracosaurus 
  • Suchomimus 

How to get fossils to make your dinosaurs

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Fossils can be found at in-game dig sites that are based on real-life locations. Each dig site offers you the chance to get a fossil for a specific type of dinosaur that you can then extract DNA from to incubate an egg. Certain dig sites are only available for completing missions in the career mode.

These dig sites, and the dinosaurs you can get from them, include:

China

  • Ziliujing Formation: Chungkingosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Gigantspinosaurus, Huayangosaurus, and Mamenchisaurus
  • Lower Lufeng Series: Dilophosaurus
  • Yuliangze Formation: Crichtonsaurus and Tsintaosaurus
  • Iren Dabasu Formation: Archaeornithomimus and Velociraptor

Portugal

  • Lourinha Formation: Ceratosaurus, Stegosaurus

North America

  • Lance Formation: Ankylosaurus, Corythosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Struthiomimus, Torosaurus, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Morrison Formation: Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Camarasaurus, Ceratosaurus, Diplodocus, and Sauropelta
  • Hell Creek Formation: Ankylosaurus, Dracorex, Edmonotsaurus, Torosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Pachycephalosaurus
  • Horseshoe Canyon Formation: Chasmosaurus, Corythosaurus, and Edmontosaurus
  • Frenchman Formation: Dracorex, Triceratops, Torosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Cedar Mountain Formation: Archaeornithomimus, Deinonychus and Sauropelta
  • Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry:
  • Cloverly Formation: Deinonychus and Sauropelta
  • Dinosaur National Monument: Apatosaurus, Camarasaurus, Diplodocus and Stegosaurus
  • Dinosaur Park Formation:
  • Egg Mountain: Maiasaura
  • Garden Park:
  • Kirtland Formation: Parasaurolophus and Pentaceratops
  • Peay Sandstone Member: Nodosaurus
  • Scollard Formation:
  • Tegama Beds: Suchomimus

Mongolia

  • Nemegt Formation: Gallimimus, Parasaurolophus and Velociraptor

UK

  • Oxford Clay Formation: Metriacanthosaurus
  • Isle of Wight: Polacanthus

Australia

  • Mackunda Formation: Muttaburasaurus

Madagascar

  • Maevarano Formation: Majungasaurus

Tanzania

  • Tendaguru Formation: Kentrosaurus

Niger

  • Tegama Beds: Suchomimus

Egypt

  • Bahariya Formation: Spinosaurus

Tunisia

  • Chenini Formation: Spinosaurus

Argentina

  • Candeleros Formation: Giganotosaurus

Uzbekistan

  • Bissekty Formation: Archaeornithomimus

This list will be updated as we try to find and unlock everything in-game.

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