JWE Archaeornithomimus

Archaeornithomimus is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World Evolution added in the Deluxe Edition DLC.


Archaeornithomimus fossils are unlocked once the player ___.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 10
Defense 0
Lifespan 60
Resilience 52
Rating 17
Incubation Cost $70,000

Dig Sites

  • Bissekty Formation
  • Iren Dabasu Formation
  • Basic Skin
  • Rainforest Skin
  • Jungle Skin
  • Wetland Skin
  • Coastal Skin
  • Vivid Skin


  • Rainforest Pattern
  • Jungle Pattern
  • Wetland Pattern
  • Coastal Pattern
  • Vivid Pattern


Archaeornithomimus has 9 Gap ID slots to modify.

  1. Cosmetic
  2. Lifespan
  3. Resilience
  4. Habitat
  5. Lifespan
  6. Stress
  7. Lifespan
  8. Social
  9. Lifespan



Archaeornithomimus is an ornithomimid which eats small amounts from ground herbivore feeders.
They live in very large social groups to help survive predation and prefer to be within a large population of other dinosaur species.
Their territory needs a small area of grassland with a tiny amount of forest cover.
They are vulnerable to all predators.


Small Herbivore

Health Requirement

Appetite 27
Metabolism 1.43

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 15%
Grassland 4,800 m2
Forest 1,600 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 0 - 21
Social Group 0 - 18


Susceptible Avian Influenza
Immune N/A

Food Preference

Primary Preference Grasses
Secondary Preference Horsetails
Harmed By: Paw Paw

InGen Database


Era Late Cretaceous
Family Ornithomimidae
Genus Archaeornithomimus
Height 1.5 m
Weight 50 kg
Length 3.3 m
Feeder Type Ground Herbivore


Archaeornithomimus is one of the largest known ornithomimosaurian therapod dnosaurs. It was discovered from dig sites in China. Its name means 'ancient bird mimic'.
They were likey to have been omnivores, but also prey animals for larger carnivores.


The first Archaeornithomimus fossils were excavated from the Iren Dabasu Formation in inner Mongolia in 1923.
In 1920, some earlier fossil finds were reclassified to a new Archaeornithomimus species. These fossils originated from the Arundale Formation in Maryland.


The Iren Dabasu Formation was believed to have been a humid environment.


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