'Jurassic World Evolution 2' Dinosaur List: Every Dino, Pterosaur and Marine Reptile

Jurassic World Evolution 2 has upwards of 75 dinosaurs for you to breed and look after.

This is a dramatic increase over its 2018 predecessor, which had less than half of that many species when it first launched. The base version of the original Jurassic World Evolution had just 37 prehistoric creatures in its roster (plus five extras for the deluxe edition).

Having said that, this count was later supplemented with expansion packs that brought the total up to 67. As such, a lot of the dinosaurs that are featured in the newly-released sequel might be familiar to veteran theme park managers, but there are still some fresh additions.

Most notably, the game introduces aerial pterosaurs and marine assets (both of which were conspicuously absent from the previous installment), alongside a few more terrestrial reptiles.

The microscopic variations between some of the species here will probably go unappreciated by a lot of players, as it's often just a case of them having slightly longer snouts or a different number of horns. For instance, most of the sauropods look basically the same, other than them maybe having more vertical necks or shorter limbs.

With that said, don't expect every single dinosaur in the Jurassic World Evolution 2 bestiary to be completely unique, although there are definitely some one-of-a-kind attractions.

'Jurassic World Evolution 2' Base Game Dinosaur List

Below is an alphabetized list of every dinosaur featured in Jurassic World Evolution 2. We have put star symbols next to the ones that are newcomers to the franchise (mainly the aquatic and flying creatures).

  1. Acrocanthosaurus
  2. Albertosaurus
  3. Allosaurus
  4. Amargasaurus *
  5. Ankylosaurus
  6. Apatosaurus
  7. Archaeornithomimus
  8. Baryonux
  9. Brachiosaurus
  10. Camarasaurus
  11. Carcharodontosaurus
  12. Carnotaurus
  13. Cearadactylus *
  14. Ceratosaurus
  15. Chasmosaurus
  16. Chungkingosaurus
  17. Coelophysis *
  18. Compsognathus
  19. Corythosaurus
  20. Crichtonsaurus
  21. Cryolophosaurus *
  22. Deinonychus
  23. Dilophosaurus
  24. Dimprphodon *
  25. Diplodocus
  26. Dracorex
  27. Dreadnoughtus
  28. Dryosaurus
  29. Edmontosaurus
  30. Elasmosaurus
  31. Euoplocephalus
  32. Gallimimus
  33. Giganotosaurus
  34. Gigantspinosaurus
  35. Herrerasaurus
  36. Homalocephale
  37. Icthyosaurus *
  38. Iguanodon
  39. Indominus Rex
  40. Indoraptor
  41. Kentrosaurus
  42. Liopleurodon *
  43. Maaradactylus *
  44. Maiasaura
  45. Majungasaurus
  46. Mamenchisaurus
  47. Metriacanthosaurus
  48. Mosasaurus *
  49. Muttaburrasaurus
  50. Nasutoceratops
  51. Nigersaurus
  52. Nodosaurus
  53. Olorotitan
  54. Ouranosaurus
  55. Pachycephalosaurus
  56. Parasaurolophus
  57. Pentaceratops
  58. Plesiosaurus
  59. Polacanthus
  60. Proceratosaurus
  61. Pteranodon
  62. Qianzhousaurus *
  63. Sauropelta
  64. Sinoceratops
  65. Spinosaurus
  66. Stegosaurus
  67. Struthiomimus
  68. Stygimoloch
  69. Styracosaurus
  70. Suchomimus
  71. Tapejara *
  72. Torosaurus
  73. Triceratops
  74. Troodon
  75. Tropeognathus *
  76. Tsintaosaurus
  77. Tylosaurus*
  78. Tyrannosaurous Rex
  79. Velociraptor

'Jurassic World Evolution 2' Deluxe Edition Dinosaur List

In addition to the above dinosaurs that are featured in the base game, those who purchase the deluxe edition of Jurassic World Evolution 2 will also get the following.

  1. Attenborosaurus
  2. Geosternbergia
  3. Huayangosaurus
  4. Megalosaurus
  5. Pachyrhinosaurus

Jurassic World Evolution 2 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox One. The original game was included in the weekly Epic Games Store giveaway earlier this year and is featured right now on Xbox Game Pass.

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