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Jurassic World Evolution 2 Cohabitation Guide

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.

Here are some general tips on dinosaurs that live well together. We’ll keep updating this as we progress. Make sure to check out our species guides for better ways to group up dinosaurs.

Herbivore Pen One
Diplodocus
Torosaurus
Anklyosaurus

Herbivore Pen Two
Parasaurolophus
Mamenchisaurus
Struthiomimus

Carnivore Pen One
Metriacanthosaurus
Allosaurus

Carnivore Pen Two
Tyrannosaurus Rex
Compsognathus

When you’re inspecting dinosaurs, if you get confused by terms like Sauropods and Ceratopsids, check out our Jurassic World Evolution 2 species guide.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Cohabitation Guide

We are updating this as we go. I am still testing certain dinosaurs out. I am also figuring out which dinosaurs goes to which species of dinosaurs so we don’t have to guess which one is a duck bill and which one is a long neck.

Brachiosaurus
Chasmosaurs
Diplodocus
Parasaurolophus
Ceratopsid
Carnotaurus
Anklyosaurus
Torosaurus
Albertosaurus
Metriacanthosaurus
Allosaurus
Velociraptor
Triceratops
Parasaurolophus
Pachycephalosauros
Tyrannosaurus Rex
Compsognathus
Parasaurolophus
Mamenchisaurus
Struthiomimus

We are updating this as we get more dinosaurs so be sure to check back soon for more updates.

One of the things you need to do in Jurassic World Evolution 2 is assign a ranger team to a ranger outpost. Check out this guide to find out how to assign ranger teams in Jurassic World Evolution 2. This way you can keep up to date on your dino's status.
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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.
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.

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