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How To Move Dinosaurs Out Of Medical Facility In Jurassic World Evolution 2

If a dinosaur gets injured, it needs to be healed and then placed back. This guide on How To Move Dinosaurs Out Of Medical Facility In Jurassic World Evolution 2 explains how to return a dinosaur to its pen once you have successfully healed a dinosaurs injury so it can get back to roaming around your park, fenced in, obviously.

Moving dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution 2 is a bit of a pain. It’s a confusing user-interface with several elements that sometimes work and sometimes do not. For example, if a dinosaur is already Tranquilized, you can’t used the helicopters Move Dinosaur feature to move it. You have to use the Transport feature from the build menu. However, if the dinosaur has yet to be tranquilized, you can use the helicopter to both tranquilize and move the dinosaur in a single action.

How To Move Dinosaurs Out Of Medical Facility In Jurassic World Evolution 2

When a dinosaur is injured you need to take it to the Palaeo-Medical Facility, after it has been diagnosed and you know what’s wrong. Depending how many scientists you have working on the dinosaur, it can take a short time or a long time. It’s rarely very long but if you’re playing at normal speed, it can take a few minutes. You’ll get a notification once the dinosaur has been healed. You may think that you simply select the Transport feature to move the dinosaur out of the medical facility, but that doesn’t work here either.

You need to physically select the medical facility and then, instead of choosing the Mobile Vet Unit, you press down and select the Transport option under the dinosaurs image, it should read “Treatment Successful”. Then simply drag the icon back to the appropriate pen and drop it off.

An Allosaurus has a Major Fracture during mission 2. This guide on How To Heal Dinosaur Injuries In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will tell you how you can diagnose and heal the various injuries and illnesses that can impact your dinosaurs during the campaign 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.
If a dinosaur gets injured, it needs to be healed and then placed back. This guide on How To Move Dinosaurs Out Of Medical Facility In Jurassic World Evolution 2 explains how to return a dinosaur to its pen once you have successfully healed a dinosaurs injury so it can get back to roaming around your park, fenced in, obviously.
The Common Cold is one of many diseases that can impact your dinosaurs. This guide on How To Cure Common Cold In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will answer the question of how you can cure the cold as if you notice, after carefully examining all the research options, there is no research you can unlock that cures the common cold.

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