Jurassic World Evolution 2 Cohabitation Guide

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Cohabitation Guide

Making sure your Dinos are comfortable in the park is key to running a successful business. In addition to adjusting their preferred terrain and environment, you need to make sure they are capable of living next to other Dinos. Cohabitation is important and in this guide, we will discuss which Dinosaurs are capable of living together in Jurassic World Evolution 2.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Cohabitation

Dinosaurs  Compatible Cohabitation 
Brachiosaurus 
  • Chasmosuarus 
  • Ceratopsians 
  • Ankylosaurus 
  • Parasaurolophus 
  • Hadrosauridae 
  • Pachysaurus 
  • Stegosaurus 
Chsamosaurs 
  • Anklyosaurus 
  • Brachiosaurus 
Diplodocus 
  • Ceratopsian 
  • Aklyosaurus 
  • Hadrosaurid 
  • Parasaurolophus 
  • Pachysaurus 
  • Stegosaurus 
Parasaurolophus 
  • Torosaurus 
  • Sauropod 
Ceratopsid 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Aklyosaurus 
Carnotaurus 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Albertosaurus 
  • Majungasaurus 
Anklyosaurus 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Sauropods 
  • Ceratopsidae 
  • Hadrosaurids 
  • Pachysaurus 
Torosaurus 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Ankylosaurid 
Albertosaurus 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Carnotaurus 
Metriacanthosaurus 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Allosaurus 
Allosaurus 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Ceratosaurus 
  • Metriacanthossaurus 
Velociraptor 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Indominus Rex 
Triceratops 
  • Compsognathus 
  • Anklyosaurid 
Parasaurulophus  Sauropod 
Pachycephalosaurus 
  • Sauropod 
  • Ankylosaurid 
  • Stegosaurid 
Tyrannosaurus Rex  Compsognathus 
Compsognathus  Every dinosaur 
Memenchisaurus 
  • Ornithomimosaurid 
  • Ceratopsid 
  • Ankylosaurid 
  • Hadrosaurid 
  • Pachycephalosaurid 
  • Stegosaurid 
Struthiomimus 
  • Sauropod 
  • Anklyosaurid 
  • Stegosaurid 

And that’s everything you need to know about compatible cohabitation in the game. Need more help? See How to Unlock Dinos, How to Increase Appeal, How to Change Terrain.

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