Triceratops is a starting dinosaur in Jurassic World: Evolution.


Triceratops Fossils are available from the start of the game.

Base Stats (at 100% Genome)

Attack 60
Defense 30
Lifespan 73
Resilience 23
Rating 39
Incubation Cost $230,000


  • Hell Creek Formation
  • Lance Formation


  • Alpine Patttern
  • Steppe Pattern
  • Arid Pattern
  • Woodland Pattern
  • Coastal Pattern

Tour Information

Release From Hatchery

Owen Grady: “I see you've hatched a Triceratops. It might be cute now, but that's only going to last for about a week.

Jurassic Tour



Triceratops has 7 Gap ID slots that can be modified.

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



Triceratops eat vegetation from ground herbivore feeders, and are capable of defending 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 114
Metabolism 3.01

Comfort Requirement

Comfort Threshold 40%
Grassland 9,200 m2
Forest 4,700 m2
Wetland 0 m2
Ideal Population 1 - 16
Social Group 1 - 6


Susceptible Hookworm
Immune Campylobacter


Health Recovery 0.12% / s
Comfort Recovery 0.60% / s
Sedative Resistance 106
Medical Dart Resistance 106
Poison Resistance 100

Food Preferences

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

InGen Database


Era Late Cretaceous
Family Ceratopsidae
Genus Triceratops
Height 3.0 m
Weight 12 T
Length 9.0 m
Feeder Type

Ground Herbivore


The large bony frill and three horns serve to make Triceratops one of the best-known dinosaurs, and this makes it a popular attraction. Its name means 'three-horned face'.
Triceratops was a herbivore. In 2010 a controversial theory was proposed that Triceratops was actually an immature form of Torosaurus, although this has yet to be proven.


The first known Triceratops remains were found in 1887 near Denver, Colorado. Fossil remains indicate that it lived across much of North America, sharing much of the same territory as Tyrannosaurus rex.


Triceratops lived in a range of ecologies, including subtropical inland and coastal regions, and semi-arid plains.


  • The Woodland pattern can only be unlocked once the player creates 5 star park on Isla Muerta on any Challenge difficulty.


Species Profile - Triceratops

Species Profile - Triceratops

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