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I think I read about this one before, in a book. It's got a novel name, the Crichtonsaurus.

- Cabot Finch

Crichtonsaurus is a genus of ankylosaurid dinosaur that originated from Late Cretaceous Asia. Named after author Michael Crichton, the Crichtonsaurus is unlocked by progressing through the Science Division on Isla Matanceros, and becomes available through the Research Centre.

DescriptionEdit

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ALPINE

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ARID

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RAINFOREST

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VIVID

Crichtonsaurus is a small species of ankylosaurid dinosaur related to the larger Ankylosaurus. In Jurassic World Evolution, the base genome of the Crichtonsaurus has a brown-grey colouration.

Behaviour Edit

Crichtonosaurus lives in small groups of around four to six individuals and prefer a less crowded enclosure.

Palaeontology Edit

Crichtonosaurus is a mysterious dinosaur. The fossils found so far are rather scant, consisting of a jaw and teeth, a skull and pieces of backbone and armour. There is little to tell from these remains and there has been much confusion due to two other species found in the same formation, the Sunjiawan Formation. All that can be said so far is that it is a primitive Ankylosaurid.

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