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Struthiomimus is a starting dinosaur in Jurassic World: Evolution.
Struthiomimus is available from the start of the game.
|Base Stats (at 100% Genome)|
- Dinosaur Park Formation
- Lance Formation
- Tundra Pattern
- Savannah Pattern
- Woodland Pattern
- Rainforest Pattern
- Arid Pattern
Release From Hatchery
- Dr. Kajal Dua: "A Struthiomimus...interesting. Another dinosaur that furthers the case of a direct linkage to our modern birds."
Struthiomimus has 7 Gap ID slots to modify.
- Struthiomimus is a small ornithomimid which eats small amounts from ground herbivore feders.
- They live in very large social groups to help survive predation and prefer to be within a large population of other dinosaur species.
- Their territory needs a very small area of grassland with a tiny amount of forest cover.
- They are vulnerable to all predators.
|Ideal Population||0 - 22|
|Social Group||1 - 20|
|Medical Dart Resistance|
|Harmed By:||Paw Paw|
|Feeder Type||Ground Feeder|
- Struthiomimus was an ornithomimid (bird-like) dinosaur that lived across North America. Its name means 'ostrich mimic' from the long, developed hind legs and bipedal structure indicating a fast runner.
- It had large eyes, and no teeth, but with forelimbs and longer claws than other genera of its type. Large numbers of these dinosaurs lived across a vast range.
- An incomplete holotype species of Struthiomimus was first retrieved in 1901, with a more complex skeleton found at Red Deer River, Alberta in 1914. Other specimens have been found in the Oldman Formationin southern Alberta, and the Lance Formation in Wyoming.
- Sites where Struthiomimus have been found show a remarkable diversity in animal and plant life. There is evidence of freshwater animals indicating water bodies like rivers and lakes.
- Struthiomimus is the only dinosaur in the game that starts with a viable genome. All the others need to be found in dig sites or researched in the Research Center.
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