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Jurassic World Evolution Olorotitan

Olorotitan is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World Evolution added in the Secrets of Dr. Wu update on November 20, 2018.

Information

Olorotitan fossils are unlocked  by achieving a high enough rating with the Science Division on Isla Muerta East.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 22
Defense 0
Lifespan 98
Resilience 50
Rating 35
Incubation Cost $175,000

Dig Sites

  • Udurchukan Formation

Skins

  • Alpine Pattern
  • Taiga Pattern
  • Rainforest Pattern
  • Arid Pattern
  • Vivid Pattern

Genome

Olorotitan has 7 Gap ID slots to modify.

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

Bio

Profile

Olorotitan is a hadrosaur which eats moderate amounts from ground herbivore feeders.
They live in large social groups to survive predation and like to have dinosaurs from other species nearby.
They like good sized grassland areas with a slightly smaller coverage of forest.
These dinosaurs are vulnerable to all predators.

Classification

Medium Herbivore

Health Requirement

Appetite 95
Metabolism 3.76

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 20%
Grassland 2,212 m2
Forest 1,170 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 4 - 25
Social Group 3 - 12

Disease

Susceptible Common Cold
Immune N/A

Food Preference

Primary Preference Palms
Secondary Preference Conifers
Rotten Wood
Ginkgo
Harmed By: Grasses
Horsetails
Cycads

InGen Database

Stats

Era Late Cretaceous
Family Hadrosauridae
Genus Olorotitan
Height 2.2 m
Weight 3.5 T
Length 7.9 m
Feeder Type Ground Herbivore

Description

Olorotitan was a large herbivore from the Late-Cretaceous. The name Olorotitan means 'gigantic swan', referring to its fan-like crest.

Discovery

In 2003, an Olorotitan skeleton was discovered in the banks of the Amur River in Russia. Buried under a mudslide, the specimen was complete, and preserved well enough, that scientists were able to study the animal's brain structure. A carnivorous dinosaur's tooth was also found lodged in the Olorotitan's tail bones.

Paleoecology

Based on the proximity of known fossils to remains from turtles and crocodilians, Olorotitan probably lived in woodland and swamp areas.

Gallery

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