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How To Transport & Move Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

Transporting dinosaurs was a bit cumbersome in the first game. This guide on How To Transport & 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.

Before you are able to transport or move dinosaurs anywhere, they must first be knocked out. You do this with a Tranquilizer. You can pilot the helicopter yourself but after a while, this becomes quite time consuming, so you will often want to give out orders. Head to the Response Facility and select the helicopter, and then choose Add Task, as shown below. You can also press R1/RB and select the helicopter from there.

How To Transport & Move Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

How To Transport & Move Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

How To Transport & Move Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2
Once you have the helicopter selected, scroll to the dinosaur you want to move or transport. When you highlight the dinosaur it will bring up the action that the rangers are going to perform, in this situation, they are going to tranquilize a triceratops.

How To Transport & Move Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2

Wait for the dinosaur to be put to sleep. A small tranquilizer icon will appear over the dinosaur once it has fallen asleep. Then you need to navigate to the Transport icon on the main action bar. Select Transport and then highlight the dinosaur. Once the dinosaur is selected, you can drag the cursor to wherever you want it placed, and then select again. This will automatically send the rangers to collect and move the dinosaur to the desired location.

Alternatively, and this doesn’t always seem to be available, you can select the helicopter team and look for the “Move Dinosaur” option in the lower left. Select that button and then choose the dinosaur. The helicopter team will then automatically tranquilize and move the dinosaur to the desired location.

  • The fastest way is to select the helicopter team, press the Move dinosaur button shown in the bottom left
  • Then select the dinosaur to have it automatically tranquilized and move to a desired location
  • Alternatively, you can follow the steps laid out above
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