Sinoceratops is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World Evolution added in the Fallen Kingdom DLC.


Sinoceratops fossils are unlocked once the player reaches a high enough rating with the Entertainment Division on Isla Matanceros.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 59
Defense 31
Lifespan 75
Resilience 24
Rating 42
Incubation Cost $241,000

Dig Sites

  • Xingezhuang Formation


  • Alpine Pattern
  • Tundra Pattern
  • Jungle Pattern
  • Steppe Pattern
  • Coastal Pattern

Tour Information

Release From Hatchery

Cabot Finch: "This Sinoceratops should prove interesting."

Jurassic Tour

"The Sinoceratops has a large elaborate frill pattern surrounded by smaller tusks. They are about the same weight as our modern rhinos."

"Sinoceratops is a ceratopsid dinosaur. She is significant as the first known ceratopsid found outside of North America."


Sinoceratops has 8 Gap ID slots to modify.

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



Sinoceratops eat vegetation from ground herbivore feeders, and are capable of defending themselves against predators.
They form one of the largest ceratopsid social groups, although this is still smaller than many other herd herbivores. They tolerate a modest quantity of other dinosaur species in their territory.
They require a modest area of grassland, with a small amount of forest.


Armored Herbivore

Health Requirement

Appetite 100
Metabolism 2.84

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 40%
Grassland 8,300 m2
Forest 3,400 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 2 - 16
Social Group 2 - 7 


Susceptible Hookworms
Immune Campylobacter

Food Preference

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

InGen Database


Era Late Cretaceous
Family Ceratopsidae
Genus Sinoceratops
Height 2.5 m
Weight 5 T
Length 8.1 m
Feeder Type

Ground Herbivore


Sinoceratops was a ceratopsid dinosaur. Its name means "Chinese horned face". It is significant as the first known ceratopsid found outside of North America.
It had a short hooked horn on its nose, no horns above its eyes, and a short neck frill, with a crown-like appearance formed by forward-curving hornlets.


Three specimens of Sinoceratops have been found in the Xingezhuang Formation in Shadong, China, with the first discovered in 2008.


Sinoceratops was discovered in the same formation as the ornithopods Shantungosaurus and Huaxiaosaurus, and the theropod Zhuchengtyrannus, showing species parallels with ecosystems and food chains in North America around the same time.


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