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Nodosaurus is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World: Evolution.

Information

Nodosaurus fossils are unlocked once the player ___ and researches it in the Research Center.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 50
Defense 42
Lifespan 71
Resilience 16
Rating 63
Incubation Cost $335,000

Dig Sites

  • Peay Sandstone Member

Skins

  • Woodland Pattern
  • Jungle Pattern
  • Steppe Pattern
  • Arid Pattern
  • Coastal Pattern

Genome

Nodosaurus has 9 Gap ID slots to modify

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

Bio

Profile

Nodosaurus eats from ground herbivore feeders. They are heavily armored and can strike each other and fight predators using their heavy club tails.
Like other ankylosaurids they live in very small social groups and prefer to have few dinosaurs of other species close to them.
Their ideal territory consists of very small areas of grassland and forest.

Classification

Armored Herbivore

Health Requirement

Appetite 64
Metabolism 1.69

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 55%
Grassland 2,800 m2
Forest 2,800 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 0 - 7
Social Group 0 - 4

Disease

Susceptible Cryptosporidium
Immune Campylobacter

Food Preference

Primary Preference Horsetails
Secondary Preference Mosses
Paw Paw
Harmed By: Tree Ferns
Conifers
Ginkgo

InGen Database

Stats

Era Late Cretaceous
Family Nodosauridae
Genus Nodosaurus
Height 1.5 m
Weight 2.5 T
Length 7.5 m
Feeder Type

Ground Herbivore

Description

Nodosaurus was a type of ankylosaurian (or armored) dinosaur that lived in North America. Its name means 'knobbed lizard' from the bony knows on hte armored plates on its back.
It was one of the first of this type of dinosaurs to be found in North America. So far only a partial skeleton has been recovered for this genus.

Discovery

Nodosaurus was found on the Frontier Formation in Wyoming, USA. So far, only a single incomplete skeleton has been found.

Paleoecology

Little is known about the ecology of the Frontier Formation.

Trivia

  • The profile of Nodosaurus mentions its club tail, despite the Nodosaurus not having a club on the end of its tail.

Gallery

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