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How To Isolate Triceratops From Other Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

Once of the early objectives involves isolating dinosaurs from other dinosaurs. This guide on How To Isolate Triceratops From Other Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will walk you through the process of completing this objective as if you decided to complete the mission in a certain way, it can be confusing.

When I mean in a certain way, I mean doing it wrong, like I did. I rescued the first Triceratops and then took it back to the base while I rescued the other two. The mistake I made was putting it in the same pen as the first dinosaur you rescue, the Baryonyx. This of course resulted in a clash of the titans as the two battled to near death before I was able to tranquilize the dinosaurs before figuring out how to move the dinosaurs to different locations. If you’re stupid like me, this means one of the objectives won’t complete for some time as the dinosaur needs to be tranquilized again.

How To Isolate Triceratops From Other Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

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This is simply a minor error. If the dinosaur is tranquilized while inside the pen, it will not update the isolate objective. This means, if you did what I did and tranquilized the dinosaur again, you will have to wait for 10 minutes for the tranquilizer to wear off. You can inspect the dinosaur to see the remaining time. You can also use the in-game speed function to change the speed of the game so it goes 3x quicker.

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