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Acrocanthosaurus was made available in Jurassic World: The Game on November 3, 2017, as a legendary carnivore exclusive to VIP members.
Acrocanthosaurus Card

Information

Acrocanthosaurus is available only to VIP members and is found by opening Loyalty Points card packs. No hybrids are associated with this creature.

Type Land
Subtype Carnivore
Rarity Legendary (VIP exclusive)
Maximum earning rate
(coins per minute)
1,280
Additional information Acrocanthosaurus

Costs and incubation times

Level Cost JW-DNA Incubation time
(D:HH:MM)
Selling cost
1 N/A 0:06:00 5,000
11 70 0:02:00 10,000
21 80 0:04:00 20,000
31 90 0:08:00 40,000

Trivia

Level Rewards Trivia
Bucks Food DNA LP
Evo 1 9,000 Acrocanthosaurus means 'high spined lizard.' This apex predator looks like a Tyrannosaurus with a hunchback!
Evo 2 76,375 At 38 feet and over 6 tons, the Acrocanthosaurus was one of the biggest land-dwelling predators ever!
Evo 3 100 350,000 The best preserved Acrocanthosaurus skeleton ever discovered was found in Oklahoma – its name is Fran!
Evo 4 100 1,479,250 208 The Acrocanthosaurus has incredibly short forelimbs – so short, it can't even scratch its own neck!

Stats

Level Health Attack Earning rates
(per 3 hours)
Feeding costs
1 778 297 720 9,000
2 821 314 1,440 17,750
3 864 330 2,160 26,750
4 907 347 2,880 35,500
5 950 363 3,600 44,500
6 994 380 4,320 53,250
7 1,037 396 5,040 62,250
8 1,080 413 5,760 71,000
9 1,123 429 6,480 80,000
10 1,166 446 7,200 Evolve
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20 1,998 763 28,800 Evolve
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30 3,046 1,163 86,400 Evolve
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40 4,309 1,646 230,400 Max

Appearance

  • Level 1-10
  • Level 11-20
  • Level 21-30
  • Level 31-40


Trivia

  • Since the Acrocanthosaurus uses the Spinosaurus skeleton, it causes a contradiction with its final trivia.
    • It is supposed to have short arms, but the Spinosaurus skeleton requires it to have long arms.

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