Tyrannosaurus rex

Tyrannosaurus rex
Release Version: Base Game

Classification

DietCarnivore
HabitatTerrestrial
EraLate Cretaceous
FamilyTyrannosauridae
GenusTyrannosaurus
Bio GroupLarge Carnivore

Size

Height (m)5
Length (m)14
Weight (kg)18,000

Rating

Base Appeal156
Appeal (Per $1MM)79.4
Appeal (Per Hectare)59.3
Base AppealAppeal (Per $1MM)Appeal (Per Hectare)
Tyrannosaurus rex
Median

Stats

Lifespan50 - 66
Resilience36
Attack109
Defence30
Medical Dart Resistance158
Sedative Resistance158
Poison Resistance150

Environmental Needs

Comfort threshold85%
Grassland (m2)2110080%
Forest (m2)520020%

Cohabitation Preferences

Social Group1 - 1
Ideal Population0 - 15

Unlock requirements

Unlocked by retrieving the fossil from one of the following dig sites:

Dig SitesFossil QualityFossil QuantityLocationsDurationCost
Hell Creek Formation2North America | USA | Montana02:00$75,000
★★5
★★★3
Lance Formation★★★2North America | USA | Wyoming02:00$75,000
Frenchman Formation★★5North America | Canada | Saskatchewan01:40$60,000
★★★2
1

Incubation

Duration06:00 - 06:40
Cost1,964,000

Disease

ImmuneBracken Poisoning
SusceptibleCampylobacter

Description

Tyrannosaurus rex is probably the most familiar dinosaur in history. Its name means 'tyrant lizard king' and to many it represents the ultimate predator. This magnificent animal has long been at the heart of dinosaur attractions. This bipedal carnivore is known for its massive head with what is theorized as one of the strongest bites to have ever existed on land.

Discovery

Tyrannosaurus rex fossils have been found across the once island continent of Laramidia – now western North America. Teeth were the first fossil find in 1874 near Golden in Colorado. The largest skeleton find so far was by Sue Henrickson at the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota.

Paleoecology

Tyrannosaurus rex ranged across a number of different ecosystems. These vary between inland and coastal subtropical regions, and semi-arid plains. To the north it is considered the dominant predator, but to the south Alamosaurus dominated.

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