Here’s what you need to know about Jurassic World Evolution 2’s facilities related to the habitat and behavior of dinosaurs, what each one is for, and what to keep in mind when building them.Among the facilities of Jurassic World Evolution 2 we find habitats, directly related to the behavior of dinosaurs .
- How to know the needs of a dinosaur
- Dome of the aviary
- Aviary hatchery
How to know the needs of a dinosaur
Each species of dinosaur has its own needs : some are more comfortable with more space, others need water, others live with more specimens of their species … To find out what each one needs, you have to send a jeep from the Response Facility to interact with the animal. You can do it manually, or assign it as a task.
As you can see in the example on these lines, our Carnotaurus is in an enclosure where it lacks Water and Sand . This can be verified by looking at the bars next to each need the value has to be outside the red part. Pay special attention to Coexistence and Population : the first indicates the number of dinosaurs of its own species that it tolerates in the enclosure, while Population, the number of dinosaurs in general that it tolerates. The rest of the values are easy to interpret. However, a dinosaur with Coexistence Problems must always be isolated from others.
Keep in mind that if a dinosaur is comfortable, it will not try to escape the enclosure , or at least it will not do it as often, which makes it essential to get them comfortable as soon as possible.
The fences are the barbed wire that delimit the dinosaur enclosure . In general terms, your dinosaurs should always be inside one of these enclosures, which must also have a source of electricity . Otherwise, the dinosaurs will escape and you will have to catch them, return them to the enclosure and fix the fence.
They come in various sizes , you will have to research them at the Science Center in order to use them.
Dome of the aviary
It costs $ 100,000 and is necessary to contain the flying dinosaurs . You can combine several to increase the maximum animals in the area.
It costs $ 250,000 and allows you to add flying dinosaurs to the park. It must be placed close to the Dome of the aviary.
Gates are placed in fences and serve as medical and response teams to enter an enclosure . They can be opened manually by interacting with them, but it is not recommended, since the animals would escape. Place at least one in each enclosure .
The feeders are placed on land or in the water , depending on whether they are fish or not. Before placing one, you should take into account the type of food that the species or species of dinosaurs in the enclosure like: some do not accept dead meat and you must place live bait. Don’t forget that herbivores don’t need feeders , only vegetation.
In this section of the construction menu you will find all the forest, water, fruit or soil needs of the dinosaurs . They are divided into the following categories:
- Nature:you can place elements that add Forest, Leaves at ground level, Fiber at ground level, Tall leaves, Fiber at height, Fruit at height, Fruit at ground level, Nuts at height, Nuts at ground level, decorative shrubs or remove foliage.
- Water:allows you to create lakes. You can resize it to fit within the confines of your fence.
- Feeders: itis the same option that we have indicated above, but from another section of the menu.
- Painting:with this option you can place the type of floor. You can “paint” the ground to be Grass, Rock, Sand, Dirt, Rock (of another type) or Grass (of another type). Be careful, this is not a simple skin, it is about changing the type of soil to fit what each dinosaur is looking for.
- Rocks:to place rocks.
- Terrain:allows you to create elevations and hollows or level the terrain.
- Not available in Campaign mode.
- Cost:$ 250,000
- Energy:electricity x4.
- Improvement spaces:
- What it is for: Itallows you to synthesize (create) new species of dinosaurs that you have researched. That is, instead of capturing animals, you create them.