Nasutoceratops is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World: Evolution added with the 1.26 update on August 27, 2019.


Nastoceratops Fossils are unlocked once the player sets up a research center on Isla Muerta.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 42
Defense 24
Lifespan 73
Resilience 23
Rating 33
Incubation Cost $166,000


  • Kaiparowits Formation


  • Alpine
  • Tundra
  • Rainforest
  • Jungle
  • Steppe

Tour Information

Release From Hatchery

Jurassic Tour



Nasutoceratops has 7 Gap ID slots that can be modified.

  1. Cosmetic
  2. Attack
  3. Defense
  4. Habitat
  5. Stress
  6. Social
  7. Defense



Nasutoceratops is a small ceratopsid that eats vegetation from ground herbivore feeders. While not strong, this dinosaur can protect itself from some carnivores.
This dinosaur forms large social groups and tolerate lots of other dinosaur species in their territory. 
Nasutoceratops requires relatively large areas of grassland and forest.


Armored Herbivore

Health Requirement

Appetite 114
Metabolism 3.01

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 40%
Grassland 8428 m2
Forest 1738 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 1-25
Social Group 3-10


Susceptible Hookworms
Immune Campylobacter


Health Recovery 0.12% / s
Comfort Recovery 0.60% / s
Sedative Resistance 106
Medical Dart Resistance 106
Poison Resistance 100

Food Preferences

Primary Preference Horsetails
Secondary Preference Rotten Wood
Harmed By:  Paw Paw

InGen Database


Era Late Cretaceous
Family Ceratopsidae
Genus Nasutoceratops
Height 1.5 m
Weight 1.5 T
Length 4.5 m
Feeder Type

Ground Herbivore


Nasutoceratops is a ceratopsian dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period. Its name is a combination of the Latin 'nasutus', meaning "large-nosed" and the Greek 'ceratops', meaning "horn face", referring to its appearance. Unlike its fellow ceratopsian Triceratops, Nasutoceratops has no nose horn, but instead features unique horns that point out and forward, like a modern bull. These horns are the largest of the centrosaurine subfamily of ceratopsid dinosaurs.


Nasutoceratops is a relatively recent discovery: the holotype specimen was discovered in 2006 in southern Utah, as a part of a project managed by the University of Utah. The holotype is notable in that it is nearly complete, consisting of almost the entire skull, with horns intact, alongside other body parts including limbs, and skin impressions. These skin impressions have revealed a trihexagonal tiling pattern of the scales. In 2013 the dinosaur was given the name Nasutoceratops.


During the Late Cretaceous Nasutoceratops discovery location - the Kaiparowits Formation - would have been a coastal region, lying on the border of the Western Interior Seaway. Like many dinosaurs Nasutoceratops habitat was therefore wet and humid. Predators Nasutoceratops may have had to contend with include Tyrannosaurids such as Albertosaurus.


Species Profile - Nasutoceratops-1

Species Profile - Nasutoceratops-1

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