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How To Remove Dead Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

Dead dinosaurs can spread disease and kill your other dinosaurs. This guide on How To Remove Dead Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2 explains the process behind removing dinosaurs that have died so you can avoid further contaminating the herd and get rid of the corpse before it gets too late.

Life finds a way, or at least for my poor Triceratops, it did not. Dinosaurs can die in many different ways. They can die of disease or injury, or even old age. The most common cause of death for younger dinosaurs is through combat. When dinosaurs meet, especially at first, there will often be a fight for the alpha, the pack leader, the big dog. Unfortunately, this means you’re often cleaning in the mess left behind by Darwinian’s wisdom.

How To Remove Dead Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

When a dinosaur dies there’s a tutorial prompt that appears, giving you all the information you need. However, if you’re anything like me, you may have accidentally skipped through it. What makes it worse is that you can’t use the transport of the regular helicopter, you can’t use the medical jeep, and the rangers do nothing, so how do you remove a dead dinosaur?

You need to use the Transport function from the main menu. The same menu where you select to build stuff and all the other options. Simply navigate down to the Transport option, highlight the dead dinosaur, and hit the select button. This will send the Transport crew over to the dinosaur and it will be removed from the park.

The very first objective in the game is to tranquilize and move a dinosaur. This guide on How To Transport The Baryonyx In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will tell you how to complete this initial objective as the interface between using a helicopter and the main park management tools can be a little clunky at first.
If you work staff too hard they get into a state of unrest. This guide on How To Rest Staff In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will teach you how to heal your scientists so you can reduce their stress and have them working at full capacity without the threat of striking, quitting, or whatever they decide to do when working for a tyrant that doesn't let them take a lunch break.
Why have one dinosaur in a pen when you can have two? Check out this Jurassic World Evolution 2 Cohabitation guide to find out which dinos will get along with each other. This way you don't have to worry about them killing each other.
Transporting dinosaurs was a bit cumbersome in the first game. This guide on How To Move Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will give you a step-by-step guide on how you can transport dinosaurs after you've tranquilized them so that you can move them to a new pen or split them up from other dinosaurs.

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