Sarkastodon was a carnivorous mammal related to the insectivore pangolin that lived approximately 35 million years ago in what is today Mongolia.

The name Sarkastodon means "Flesh-Tearing Tooth" in Greek.[1] Except for its long fluffy tail, the Sarkastodon resembles a modern grizzly bear.[2] Just like the modern Grizzly bear, the Sarkastodon fed on fish, plants and other animals.[3] The teeth of the Sarkastodon were well adapted to crush bones.[4]

Wikipedia has a more detailed and comprehensive article on Sarkastodon


Jurassic Park: Builder

see Sarkastodon/Builder

Sarkastodon can be created in the Glacier Park section.

Jurassic World: The Game

see Sarkastodon/JW: TG

Sarkastodon can be created in Jurassic World: The Game as a rare Snow creature.


  • Despite what Jurassic Park: Builder says in the evolution fact where they say it ate fish, plants and other animals like grizzles and what the feeding animation of Sarkastodon in Jurassic World: The Game where it eats a salmon like a grizzly, it really was a hypercarnivore that ate Brontotheres, Chalicotheres, and Rhinoceroses.


  1. Sarkastodon Intitial Message.
  2. Sarkastodon Evolution #2 Message.
  3. Sarkastodon Evolution #3 Message.
  4. Sarkastodon Evolution #1 Message.


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