Species Profile : Tsintaosaurus | Jurassic World Evolution


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  • James Carson
    James Carson 5 months ago

    I’m going call her violet

  • Zz- Destroyah -zZ
    Zz- Destroyah -zZ 6 months ago

    My new favorite herbivore

  • Alejandro Garcia Guerra

    For a few seconds i thought it was a Velafrons, an Hadrosaur from Mexico

  • Ger Flores
    Ger Flores 8 months ago

    Your anatomical analysis are amazing, so into detail, just as I used to scan them as a little boy. You can tell you're so passionate about dinosaurs and It is so refreshing and nice to see that! Keep going!

  • Ethan Jones
    Ethan Jones 8 months ago

    Such a cool looking hadrosaur.

  • Gabriel Chinga Guajardo

    I want the Lambeosaurus appearence, maybe with the skin from JP3, it's a better known species and a bit more popular but tsintao is basically the same thing so...

  • s p a r t a n
    s p a r t a n 9 months ago +1

    Is the landscaping and enclosure design going to be as detailed as a game like zoo tycoon for example?

  • BlackHeartOmega
    BlackHeartOmega 9 months ago

    Wait... unicorns are real !?!

  • Mr. N
    Mr. N 9 months ago

    Our dick-crested Hadrosaur is back BABY , YES!

  • Dieter Gaudlitz
    Dieter Gaudlitz 9 months ago

    Less than two months away? Wow, this is exciting. I can't wait for you to showcase it. :)

  • Supreme Leader Nugget
    Supreme Leader Nugget 9 months ago

    I love Tsintaosaurus! So glad to see it in a game! That crest looks really weird though, in real life it had a big spin poking out of it’s head. But it’s still awesome.

    PANDORUM12 9 months ago

    June cant get here fast enough.

  • Dhillon Bhatt
    Dhillon Bhatt 9 months ago

    Whats next a fucking Compy? Show the spino already 😤

  • Julian Baidak, Raptor Knight III

    Looks more likely a Lambeosaurus than a Tsintao

  • BigBadWolf
    BigBadWolf 9 months ago

    I hope they also made Tarbosaurus

  • MrNinjaGamer
    MrNinjaGamer 9 months ago

    I hope you can control the gyrospheres

  • Skidush
    Skidush 9 months ago

    It's pronounced chingtao saurus

    • Skidush
      Skidush 9 months ago

      BestInSlot welp then Chinese dinosaurs names are a heck of a lot different then the American ones

    • BestInSlot
      BestInSlot  9 months ago

      It's really not.

  • The EliteMushyboy
    The EliteMushyboy 9 months ago

    Therizosaurus still waiting buddy

  • MB18
    MB18 9 months ago

    Another herbivore

  • TheGamingJedi
    TheGamingJedi 9 months ago

    I’m actually very happy about the amount of hadrosaurs they’re adding, despite their similarities they’re very nice additions to the dinosaur collection

  • SpacePjoes
    SpacePjoes 9 months ago

    I don't know why, but I LOVE the Tsintaosaurus. Its new, and another one of the hadrosaurs that can fit in your hers, but I love the uniqueness of the Tsintaosaurus' crest. It's definetly the best herbivore for me.

  • katie ocarinaoftime1986

    What a nice looking creature

  • Nguyễn Hà Thế Hoàng

    Chinese dinosaurs?? It’s FAKE.

  • Paige Whitney
    Paige Whitney 9 months ago

    It looks like the sphere is on a track. If you look at the little light on the ground, and the ground itself, it looks like a path has been made for the sphere to go on. It's possible that they have premade paths instead of just going around at random.

  • The Red Raptor
    The Red Raptor 9 months ago

    Corythosaurus? Mamenchisaurus? Where you at

  • Drago Gamer
    Drago Gamer 9 months ago


  • Solomon Conroy
    Solomon Conroy 9 months ago

    i just want Ouranosaurus damnet

  • Psalm1Tree
    Psalm1Tree 9 months ago

    There actually was no Jurassic period, or Cambrian or Triassic or whatever periods. This is because there is no such things as a Geologic Column. But more on that coming up. First...
    I used to call myself an atheist and thought Darwin was a genius. Let's look at the "Bible" of evolutionism, The Origin of Species. Maybe because it is so mind numbingly boring, people rarely notice something, namely that it never shows the origin of anything! Darwin's finch beaks are supposed to support goo through the zoo to you, but what do they really show? Zero.
    Research reveals that the beaks grow back and forth in size depending on climate variations. The evidence that finches or Galapagos Island Turtles et al have ever been or ever will be anything but finches, and turtles et al? Zero again.
    Oh, and btw, as usual in evolutionary theory you are being told one thing while the opposite is true, as about natural selection. It does not lead to evolution as Darwin claimed. It only shuffles, or sometimes eliminates, pre existing information that has always been in the genomes. It never creates new DNA as would be necessary, for ex., to turn a fin into a foot or a leg into a wing. Nothing ever observed creates new DNA. All DNA is just a copy of a copy of a copy which can be altered by things like mutations.
    Beneficial mutations? They are said to be the second force for evolution. However, Charles Muller, who won a Nobel Prize for his work on them, said "The good ones are so rare that we can consider them all bad."
    Darwin was nothing but an armchair theorist who, unlike his contemporary Mendel, never supported his theory through the scientific method and cast doubts on it himself. Yet he is an icon of evolution, like another contemporary, a lawyer named George Lyell, who came up with the totally fictional Geologic Column.
    The GC exists only in art work. The real evidence? Fossils are jumbled, in no neatly organized pattern whatsoever. There really are no such things as Cambrian, Jurassic, and so on "periods." Like the GC those are just fictions presented as facts. Giant shark fossils are found with dino fossils in Montana, for ex. Whales' fossils are found in wildly improbable places like the Andes mountains, the Sahara and a desert in Chile. Deep sea "Cambrian" fossils, such as sea shells and mollusks, are found at every level on the planet, including on most mountain tops - like the world's highest, the Himalayans. Fossils of ocean floor life forms, like trilobites. are found in the hills of mid America and countless other places world wide, high and far inland. Golly, how did that seawater get everywhere all over the planet? Hmmm....
    Take a look. See the ocean floor dwelling, now extinct, so called "Cambrian", trilobites found on mountain tops all over the world. (They are supposed to be at the bottom of the GC.) www.bing.com/images/search?q=trilobites%20On%20Mountains&qs=n&form=QBIR&sp=-1&pq=trilobites%20on%20mountains&sc=0-23&sk=&cvid=9008D75298A54105AD924CA3AACAE385 Notice the exquisitely preserved details on many. This is also seen with innumerable "Cambrian" sea shells, mollusks, etc.
    Now some claim "plate tectonics" moved, intact and conjoined, vast stretches of ocean dwelling, bottom floor, marine life fossils in the countless billions to travel for millions of years and then wrap around the tops of mountains. Not uncommonly the fossils are in their original shape with perfect details as you see in the link. "Plate tectonics" are purely speculations, piled on theories, heaped on hypotheses. They can't explain the lack of erosion which should have caused those fossils to be nothing but dust and rubble after their so called millions of years trek.
    In fact, trilobites purportedly went extinct over 200 million years ago. Yet their fossils - found not just on mountain tops but at every level all over the planet - can be so unaffected by erosion that we can easily examine what kind of eyesight they had?
    And please do not send me a link from some site like Talk Origins, which I call Talk Spin. Yes, I know that they claim to have found one GC on this entire planet, but they also say 'Some of the strata are out of place" i.e. they ain't got any GC at all. You can prove there is a GC by linking photo close-ups showing the lowest level "Cambrian" fossils at the bottom, and ascending levels of fossils matching the GC. Close ups, now. Not some photo of a far, distant pile of rocks or a mountain range which they claim has a GC in it.
    The Bible says that flood waters completely covered the whole earth after, for one thing, "the fountains of the deep broke forth." (Did you know there is an ocean below our commonly known oceans, or have you seen the mid Atlantic ridge which looks like it used to be a great crack on the ocean floor? Probably not.). Again, the fossil record shows that marine life fossils are at every level on the planet, around the globe, and that, in fact, about 90% of the fossils on land are marine. And they say the Bible is not historical and not backed by science. And btw there are almost 300 Great Flood legends around the world from peoples as far apart as Cherokees and Aborigines.
    So you've been told a book showed the origin of species, but it didn't. You've been told G.I. animals show evolution but they only show they are having, at most, minuscle changes that leave them basically what they were before.
    You've been told there is a Geological Column, but there is not one on the planet. You're told over and over that natural selection shows evolutionism when it actually just somewhat modifies the organism through shifting already present information, or sometimes through loss of information, in the genomes, leaving it essentially what it was before. It may eventually become a new species of fish, or bee, or tree, etc., but it will always stay a fish, a bee or a tree etc. We see no evidence whatsoever of any species in a genus moving up to the next step on the Animal or Plant Kingdom to become a new family. (Not to mention never seeing any transitions from an order, class, phylum or Kingdom.)
    Yet that would have had to have happened for evolution to occur, and it is claimed, with no evidence whatsoever, that it did happen over and over and over - in the conveniently invisible and unverifiable past.
    We have trillions of life forms out there. So why don't we see mutations causing any lifeform of Family A to turn into a lifeform of Family B? After all, their ancestors have supposedly had hundreds of millions of Darwin years to make the switch and be moving around as part A and part B. But eagles stay eagles, bullfrogs stay bullfrogs, dolphins stay dolphins, eboli bacteria stay eboli bacteria, tulips stay tulips, chimps stay chimps, fruit flies stay fruit lies, and of course people stay people, no matter how much they change.
    This fits in with what the Bible says about creation having been halted. What also fits is that no new strands of DNA are ever created. All DNA is just a copy of a copy of a copy, on and on. DNA can be somewhat altered by mutations and natural selection, selective breeding and even genetic engineering, but is never seen to be created from "scratch."
    What else does evolutionism offer besides unsubstantiated theories, in fact theories that defy the real evidence, presented as facts? Logical fallacies. Logical fallacies always, always, undergird evolutionism defense.
    The favorites are Correlation Does Not Imply Causation and Presuming Omniscience, though it uses many.
    Correlation Does Not Imply Causation goes like this: "Look! Fossil A has some similarities to Fossil B! We'll use big words to sound impressive about that, like 'similar homology.' We have exactly zero evidence Fossil A even had a descendant, much less one significantly different from it, much less that it turned into B, C, D etc. But we are going to tell you, as gawd's truth scientific fact, that we know all about what happened to its evidence-free, data-free, descendants. We'll call that science."
    This leads right into the Presuming Omniscience logical fallacy. Another example of a use of that fallacy is when an evolutionary paleontologist will pick up a fossil from the ground and tell you with absolute authority that they know all about what happened to it's invisible "descendants" in the untestable past - for over 200 million Darwin years.
    "Missing links" (2 to 5 million Darwin years' worth of them between you and Lucy or some other such "transition" du jour) is a Presuming Omniscience logical fallacy phrase. How do you tell missing links from never existed links? Have...faith...brothers and sisters! And be so grateful that YOU ain't religious!
    Learn how to spot logical fallacies and you will see them used in every defense in evolutionary literature.
    Ignoring the actual data is also part of evolutionism. For just one of innumerable examples, they say life can come from inorganic matter (and don't say they do not - who came up with the antiscientific primal pond, creationists?) The data, what real science uses, shows life, always and only, comes from life and life of the same kind.
    Pile theories presented as facts on top of logical fallacies, ignore the real data or try to spin it away, and stir well with sophistry. Then you have evolutionary theory.
    You're not a fish update. You have a Creator Who made you and loves you and wants you to know Him, and to love Him, too. Don't trade that in for pseudo science mumbo jumbo.

  • Matthew Johnson
    Matthew Johnson 9 months ago

    That is my spirt animal

  • Fabinatii
    Fabinatii 9 months ago

    Looks like a lambeosaurus

  • Blinkysaurus Rex
    Blinkysaurus Rex 9 months ago

    These herbivore reveals are killing me. Show me a fucking monster already.

  • Can of Worms
    Can of Worms 9 months ago +1

    When bestinslot said this was fairly realistic I giggle a little

  • Ruiz Julio
    Ruiz Julio 9 months ago

    Why are more herbivores than carnivores ?

  • Stardust Dragon
    Stardust Dragon 9 months ago

    Fact: I’m Chinese! (Now please no racism)

  • 30 #Bside
    30 #Bside 9 months ago

    I smell a carnivore next...

  • Dr Scanlon
    Dr Scanlon 9 months ago +1

    It was hell funny because just last night on the Jurassic World Evolution subreddit, someone predicted that the Tsintaosaurus was going to be in the game

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    sarah ! 9 months ago


  • Al Harron
    Al Harron 9 months ago +2

    It's almost disappointing that we're getting a more updated, palaeontologically-accurate version of Tsintaosaurus instead of the "unicorn" one, because earlier reinterpretations were... ahem... *interesting*. Google "CollectA Tsintaosaurus" to see what I mean.

  • Raptor Ofwar
    Raptor Ofwar 9 months ago +1

    We can also probably tell how we'll be able to build gyrosphere paths from this vid. If you look, you can see a little white post, indicating that instead of completely sculpting out a path, you'll instead make a few waypoints. More like the JPOG balloon ride than the safari tour.

  • CrossfireXSlash
    CrossfireXSlash 9 months ago

    To be honest this is the nicest colour variation so far in my opinion

  • Conor Doyle
    Conor Doyle 9 months ago

    I love it, but I thought Hadrosaurs were supposed to walk on 4 legs and only run on 2?!

  • ESPexplorer
    ESPexplorer 9 months ago +1

    One of the "science guests" are in that gyrosphere along with a more civilian-looking guest. Maybe they're giving them more variety now hopefully?

  • blaster23456
    blaster23456 9 months ago +1

    I want one. I shall ride it to school everyday.

  • Saurian Target
    Saurian Target 9 months ago +29

    This thing sounds amazing. Hadrosaurs are a great way to put sound engineers to the test, and it looks like Frontier knocked it out of the (Jurassic) park with Tsintaosaurus.

  • Dominique Lowery
    Dominique Lowery 9 months ago

    I'm starting to feel there will be ALLOT of Herbivores more than Carnivores in this game..

    • Blinkysaurus Rex
      Blinkysaurus Rex 9 months ago +1

      Dominique Lowery Well, in JPOG I believe there were 9 carnivores and 16 herbivores. So if this game goes by the same or similar percentage, out of the 40, we’ll have 15 carnivores and 25 herbivores, excluding the deluxe edition ones.
      So far, eight carnivores have been revealed out of the 40, if we assume one will be the indoraptor. That leaves at least 6 more unannounced species.

  • J H
    J H 9 months ago +1

    Now that they've proven that they are willing to include dinos that flat out aren't in the franchise, I want to see an agstinia or a syntarsus. Maybe even a megaraptor or a mapusaurus, just because they're so badass

  • JaYGaming
    JaYGaming 9 months ago +3

    Does anyone remember the Fossil Fighters Champions game that came out on DS many years back? Cause Tsintaosaurus was a freaking powerful beast to battle with. So happy one of my favs is in the game!

  • Natalie Hart
    Natalie Hart 9 months ago

    BIS do u think jw evolution is gonna be better than jpog?

  • Bolvar4dragon
    Bolvar4dragon 9 months ago +1

    I assume the game will have all sorts of skin variations for dinos, but looking at these, I kinda wish the patterns weren't all so uniform between species with the same skin. Would be cool if the patterns mapped themselves onto the models somewhat randomly, but s'just a minor gripe, or wish I suppose.

  • Joseph Brunoro-Beilman
    Joseph Brunoro-Beilman 9 months ago +1

    i'm still hoping for the corythosaurus

    THEINVISIBLEWAFFLE 9 months ago +3

    Did anyone else notice on the Jurassic World Evolution website's research page there's one space between metricanthosaurus and pachycephalosaurus? That could be an ornithomimus, but doubtfully, since they all ready have 3 ornithomimids. There's a good chance that could be a mososaurus.

      THEINVISIBLEWAFFLE 9 months ago

      Well on the plus side that means there will probably be at least one more dinosaur that's not in the Jurassic Park movies, unless there's one that I'm forgetting. If it's anything like the tsintaosaurus this is going to be interesting. Or maybe it's just an ornithomimus. Hopefully not, we have enough ornithomimids.

    • T. rex King
      T. rex King 9 months ago +1

      THEINVISIBLEWAFFLE Pterosaurs and Marine Reptiles have been confirmed to not be in the main game You will be able dig up their fossils but you can only sell them :(

  • Eat Sleep JDM
    Eat Sleep JDM 9 months ago +7

    I know dinosaurs are big but i was surprised by their size in the third clip

  • N20Stagg12
    N20Stagg12 9 months ago

    Love this Hadrosaur soooo much !!!

  • LordOfThe Flightless
    LordOfThe Flightless 9 months ago

    Gotta love the sound it makes

  • MacGames Osx
    MacGames Osx 9 months ago

    I still prefer the old looks of this Dino 😅

  • Diego Moreno
    Diego Moreno 9 months ago +3

    Yeah another hadrausur

  • Diego Moreno
    Diego Moreno 9 months ago +3

    Cool dino,

  • OG VH
    OG VH 9 months ago +1

    Also, the Tsingtaos are clearly seen chewing their food, as we know Hadrosaurs did!

  • Tyler Levin
    Tyler Levin 9 months ago

    damn! I guessed this one but didn't think we'd get a species profile! haha

  • The_GTI_Driving _Gun_Nut
    The_GTI_Driving _Gun_Nut 9 months ago +1


  • Ryaquaza 1
    Ryaquaza 1 9 months ago +2

    I really hate this thing tbh,. It’s hideously generic, there better be customisations at least to fix these issues, or better yet, just call it a lambeosaurus because that what it is

    • TheAnzuGod
      TheAnzuGod 9 months ago

      It is a Tsintaosaurus though.
      Denial much?

    • Tsintao Saurus
      Tsintao Saurus 9 months ago

      "Everyone that doesn't agree with me is a bully"

    • Kill Dozer
      Kill Dozer 9 months ago +1

      "I guess your beyond help, "
      It's you're, not your. If you're going to insult someone's intelligence, at least say something intelligent yourself.
      The only person who is bullying others and refuses to be civil for five seconds is you. You're the one continually complaining about this not being Tsintaosaurus even though it clearly is, and has been since 2012 or whatever it was.
      Just accept that you're wrong, and move on.

    • Antiant IM
      Antiant IM 9 months ago +1

      『PAS』 I did he called everybody bullies when they were actually correcting him there were some people insulting him and as you can see that didn't help at all

    • 『PAS』
      『PAS』 9 months ago

      Antiant, you didn't see the things he said on the official species profile video.

  • Ryaquaza 1
    Ryaquaza 1 9 months ago +1

    Urgh, I hate this thing so much

    • TheGallus -/;:-:;/
      TheGallus -/;:-:;/ 9 months ago

      Ryaquaza 1 Lol, it barely even looks like a lambeosaurus, it doesn't even have the backwards facing spike, plus its crest was smaller than tsintaosurus too. Maybe you're just thinking about lambeosaurus too much.

    • autobotmatt825
      autobotmatt825 9 months ago

      in my opinion it looks cool I guess. But they could have gave it a better color scheme

    • Ryaquaza 1
      Ryaquaza 1 9 months ago +1

      Um no I don’t, spinosaurus had a small crest, shorter legs than most, adapted to an aquatic life more than any other theropod even more than irratior, baryonyx and suchmimus, you can’t say I don’t know anything about dinosaurs, heck I research dinosaurs on the daily and other prehistoric life, but, do you really think disliking my videos is any better than my shocked rage, which I’m kinda sorry for, I’m fine now, I’m usually laid back but, you know
      And I have my personal reasons behind this, which I’m not talking about,. I’m just not ok,..
      At least your being friendlier than a certain someone I guess, can we at least have a fresh start here, I don’t want to do this anymore, the shock is over, I’m kinda, sorta, maybe ok with it now, soo, can’t we get along

    • Kill Dozer
      Kill Dozer 9 months ago +2

      No, you're just butthurt because you can't accept that this is what Tsintaosaurus actually looks like. You probably still believe Spinosaurus looks like every other theropod, just with a sail. No crocodile snout and no long front legs. And you're accusing people of bullying you when they're only telling you the truth - in reality, YOU'RE being the bully.
      Just accept you're wrong, this is what Tsintaosaurus looks like and move on.

    • Ryaquaza 1
      Ryaquaza 1 9 months ago +1

      Um no, I don’t think I’ve even had a tsintaosaurus in my colouring books, like ever,I don’t know tho, it’s been so long since my last one, it’s my opinion. I really don’t like this thing, it’s too generic and dull, with a colour scheme and patterning similar to JPOGs corythosaurus and looking like lambeosaurus, I mean it’s new to the franchise, give it a unique look and feel, go banana for a lack of a better word.
      ^ the guy above gets it

  • Tyrannapus And Friends
    Tyrannapus And Friends 9 months ago +4

    Totes adorbs?

  • Vault-Boy Dan
    Vault-Boy Dan 9 months ago +1

    They look like they have light bulbs on their heads :D.

  • Extra Ondertiteling Verslaafd

    Pretty interesting that they haven't gone with the carnotaurus in the first release but the giganotosaurus, check the South American dig site

    • Extra Ondertiteling Verslaafd
      Extra Ondertiteling Verslaafd 9 months ago

      BestInSlot probably Yeah but still an interesting choice from frontier

    • BestInSlot
      BestInSlot  9 months ago +1

      Pretty sure Carnotaurus (and others) will be added in a Fallen Kingdom DLC post-launch.

  • Paul Evans
    Paul Evans 9 months ago +1

    clicked on this video and the advert i got was the trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

  • fish fry
    fish fry 9 months ago +7

    3:10 they're calling to arms to attack the park

  • Spideyfan53
    Spideyfan53 9 months ago


  • Disappointed Turtle
    Disappointed Turtle 9 months ago +6

    A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one

  • Hailey W
    Hailey W 9 months ago


  • Not Stran
    Not Stran 9 months ago

    I love the call it’s so pretty

  • Jordman Batgod
    Jordman Batgod 9 months ago +5

    Isla Tacano is unlocked on the website!!

  • A Lone Stegosaurus
    A Lone Stegosaurus 9 months ago

    Wow, never thought I'd be this excited about another new hadrosaur, but it's so gorgeous,

  • TheTrollDinosaurs - Random Content

    The call could be about alarming the others about the gyrosphere. And I'll definatley be naming this one Unicorn/Unisaur.

  • Ryan Robinson
    Ryan Robinson 9 months ago

    All I can say is wow.... great hadrosaur...i was expecting the corythosaurus

  • Merk Whalberg
    Merk Whalberg 9 months ago +1

    I’m glad they are going for these lesser known dinosaurs, it’s really going to enhance the game so much more and gives me a lot of hope for some very cool DLCs.
    Sidenote: You should see if you can track down a copy of a pc game called Carnivores: Cityscape! It’d be a great game to do a playthrough on. The gist of it is a shipment of dinosaurs from a dinosaur planet crash lands on a human colony and you have to either stop them or play as the dinos and eat everyone

  • Jurassic World
    Jurassic World 9 months ago

    As long as we get the jp3 corytho is in the game as well.

  • Dino Fan
    Dino Fan 9 months ago


  • CWdude
    CWdude 9 months ago

    My new favorite hadrosaur

  • Timber Wolfe
    Timber Wolfe 9 months ago +7

    Yay! Always happy to see some less commonly used dinos in the mix!

  • Jeff1993
    Jeff1993 9 months ago

    I found it amazing for frontier to include some obscure dinosaur species in the game.

    • Afif Brian
      Afif Brian 9 months ago

      older dinosaur book always have this, i wonder when did this thing become obscure

  • AardvarkLord
    AardvarkLord 9 months ago +7

    I like how this one's eyes are a little bigger and less sunken in. It gives it this sweet, doe-like appearance. I think I'm going to be hearing this thing's songs a *lot* in game.

  • Steve Gee
    Steve Gee 9 months ago +3

    It could be new or maybe it's featured in Fallen Kingdom?

    • Steve Gee
      Steve Gee 9 months ago

      Thanks a lot for the link. Didn't know about that site.

    • Velociraptors of Skyrim
      Velociraptors of Skyrim 9 months ago +1

      Steve Gee if you go to www.dinosaurprotectiongroup.com/index.html , on the very bottom there is an infographic showing the list of Dinosaurs on Isla Nublar. The red ones are extinct, the black ones are currently around

    • Velociraptors of Skyrim
      Velociraptors of Skyrim 9 months ago +1

      Steve Gee It was, like, the first thing ever released by the DPG.

    • Steve Gee
      Steve Gee 9 months ago +1

      There's actually a list revealing every species that's in the upcoming movie? Where can i see that?

    • Velociraptors of Skyrim
      Velociraptors of Skyrim 9 months ago

      Steve Gee All the Dinosaurs in the movie are listed on the DPG website

  • Jason Hudry
    Jason Hudry 9 months ago +36

    This is the list of dinosaurs that should be in the game
    Who agrees with me?

    • Prethoryn Scourge
      Prethoryn Scourge 9 months ago +1

      I want Sinoceratops so badly. They're colourful and the holes in the crest look amazing.

    • Julian Baidak, Raptor Knight III
      Julian Baidak, Raptor Knight III 9 months ago +2

      I second that and some others like Gorgosaurus, Torosaurus, Gastonia, Saurophaganax, Amargasaurus, etc

    • Mark Cobuzzi
      Mark Cobuzzi 9 months ago +1

      This a comment I made previously and will copy/paste:

      Not counting possible addition of flying and marine reptiles in later expansions, these are all the lists of dinosaurs I can think of brainstorming for Jurassic World Evolution:

      *Dinosaurs confirmed fo far*
      Indominus rex
      Tyrannosaurus Rex

      *Remaining dinosaurs that were in JP:OG and, therefore, probably should return* Acrocanthosaurus

      *Remaining movie dinosaurs that should be appearing if they want to include all of them*

      *Other dinosaurs I hope/wish would be featured*
      Oviraptor and/or Gigantoraptor
      Troodon (maybe like Telltale game)

    • Silent_and_Violent 84
      Silent_and_Violent 84 9 months ago +1

      Especially the Allo😍

    • Dominik Luki
      Dominik Luki 9 months ago +3

      Disappointed Turtle lol *Alohasaurus*

  • Fire Thylacine
    Fire Thylacine 9 months ago +3

    I’m a little scared that the dinosaur interactions will be very basic

    • Ariton
      Ariton 9 months ago +1

      Fire Thylacine same

  • Riot Breaker
    Riot Breaker 9 months ago

    Still my unicorn, this is such a pleasing and well-received addition, I truly can't wait, I already have the money.

  • Trey Bone
    Trey Bone 9 months ago +5

    This one was a pleasant surprise

  • Bones ASaurus
    Bones ASaurus 9 months ago

    Excuse me bestinslot but don't you think I have to thank me may I discovered that unknown hadrosaur because I saw that video to till I just guess what I said that's not a Lambeosaurus that tsioltaosaurus I will be my first guest on the saurolopus once put when I saw that specie profile I was right I saw the answer I don't want to be rude but I don't even mentioning me about my discovery everybody counting on me because I discovered it so yeah bestinslot that profile review was great say more profile becoming about other new dinosaur appaer in the game and you review it

    • Ash54G
      Ash54G 9 months ago +3

      Bones ASaurus I have no idea what your comment is saying.

  • Neo Cranshoff
    Neo Cranshoff 9 months ago

    Wow another made in China.

  • Annie Perry
    Annie Perry 9 months ago +8

    I was sooo excited to hear about this addition!! Tsintaosaurus is probably my favourite hadrosaur and it looks GORGEOUS aaaaaaahhhhh I'm so happy!

    • Riot Breaker
      Riot Breaker 9 months ago

      Annie Perry I feel I may not be the only one who teared up!

    CJ BROSKIN 9 months ago +18

    I just hope that all the dinosaurs have a wide range of sounds. i remember playing JPOG and just putting my camera on the Spinosaurs watching walk around and roar. Hopefully this game can make me feel like i'm 6 again.

  • Dominik Luki
    Dominik Luki 9 months ago +5

    Too big to be Raptors food but still....

    • Prethoryn Scourge
      Prethoryn Scourge 9 months ago

      Not so sure about that. Raptors work in teams to bring down large prey like lions do. They could take down one of these. How the game will manage that I don't know.

      THEINVISIBLEWAFFLE 9 months ago +3

      *Anything* can be raptor food.

  • Dodoraptor and other animals

    They branched out of the canon.
    Or that it *IS* canon!

    • Jeff1993
      Jeff1993 9 months ago

      Dodoraptor and other animals looking like the latter

  • Awesome Productions
    Awesome Productions 9 months ago +4

    I *LOVE* the sounds they make in the video!

  • King Lucid
    King Lucid 9 months ago +10

    Reminds me of the lambiosaurus

  • Riley White
    Riley White 9 months ago

    I've never clicked so fast on a video

  • Acituanbus:GLaDOS eddition

    Sinta means "feel it" in portuguese,so its the "feelitsaurus"

  • Ben Ali
    Ben Ali 9 months ago

    I new this dinosaur by the name of the video by a dinosaur book and it did have a different head crest

  • Allura Ambrose
    Allura Ambrose 9 months ago +26

    To cute to be trex food. they will get a special place in my park.

    • Riot Breaker
      Riot Breaker 9 months ago +4

      And our hearts

    • Dominik Luki
      Dominik Luki 9 months ago +2

      Allura Ambrose yeah i'll mix it with Raptors 😂

  • Alexane Rose
    Alexane Rose 9 months ago +4

    Still waiting for death animations for the visitors
    Also, I want this game NOW!!!!!!