- "You should hear a four year old try to say "Archaeornithomimus"."
- —Claire Dearing talking to Owen Grady about the pronunciation of the Archaeornithomimus(src)
Archaeornithomimus is a genus of theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of China, 70 million years ago. It is related to the more famous Gallimimus, Struthiomimus, and Ornithomimus, lived in the same manner, possibly living in flocks, eating everything from small mammals, to plants and fruit, eggs, to insects, and even hatchlings of other Asian dinosaurs. However, they were also the potential prey for the larger Tyrannosaurids, such as Tarbosaurus.
Claire mentions on why Jurassic World picked the name Indominus rex and how hard it is to say this dinosaur's name, while Owen Grady makes a joke with this theropod's name.
Archaeornithomimus is one of five dinosaurs available for the deluxe edition of the game. This will be the first time it has ever physically appeared in any Jurassic Park game.
The coloration is mainly a light beige at the bottom with black hands and legs. It has a streak of black at the middle of the body, from the eye orbit to the tail, an orange streak on top of the black streak, and a yellow streak on the back.
It is inaccurately depicted as a herbivore, when it, in real life, is an omnivore. This is possibly due to their limitations that resemble a herbivore.