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Torosaurus is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World: Evolution.

Information

Torosaurus fossils are unlocked once the player ___.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 54
Defense 31
Lifespan 75
Resilience 22
Rating 47
Incubation Cost $340,000

Dig Sites

  • Frenchman Formation
  • Hell Creek Frmation
  • Lance Formation
  • Laramie Formation

Skins

  • Alpine Pattern
  • Woodland Pattern
  • Rainforest Pattern
  • Steppe Pattern
  • Coastal Pattern

Genome

Torosaurus has 9 Gap ID slots to modify.

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

Bio

Profile

Torosaurus consumes vegetation from ground herbivore feeders, and are capable of defending themselves against their predators.
They form small social groups and prefer fewer dinosaurs of other species near them.
Torosaurus requires a modest area of grassland, with a small amount of forest.

Classification

Armored Herbivore

Health Requirement

Appetite 99
Metabolism 2.61

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 45%
Grassland 6,700 m2
Forest 3,000 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 2 - 13
Social Group 2 - 5

Disease

Susceptible Hookworms
Immune Campylobacter

Food Preference

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

InGen Database

Stats

Era Late Cretaceous
Family Ceratopsidae
Genus Torosaurus
Height 2.6 m
Weight 6 T
Length 8.5 m
Feeder Type

Ground Herbivore

Description

Torosaurus was a ceratopsid dinosaur that lived across the western interior of North America. Its name means 'perforated lizard' because of the large holes in its neck frill.
It has been suggested that Torosaurus is actually a mature form of Triceratops, but this hasn't been proven as yet. Its beak and shearing teeth allowed it to eat tough vegetation, profably ferns.

Discovery

Torosaurus skulls were first unearthed in 1981 in south-eastern Wyoming, and so far two species have been identified. Remains of Torosaurus have been discovered across much of North America.

Paleoecology

The vast range of Torosaurus indicates that it lived in a variety of environments, although they would have favored areas with ranging brush and ground cover.

Gallery

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