Zoo Tycoon 2: Ultimate Collection Dinosaur List

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Zoo Tycoon 2: Ultimate Collection Dinosaur List
Add Dinosaurs to Your Zoo. (dinosaur image by Paul Moore from Fotolia.com)

Zoo Tycoon 2: Ultimate Collection is the perfect game for Zoo Tycoon fans. All of the animals from Zoo Tycoon 2 and its expansion packs are in the collection. Also included are the four dinosaurs from the Dino Danger Pack. This is a notable inclusion because the pack was originally available only via download from the Zoo Tycoon website.


The Tyrannosaurus, better known as T-Rex, is one of the largest dinosaurs on record. It was typically 40 feet long and 15 feet tall. Its stride was about 13 feet long, and it could run up to 25mph. A typical T-Rex weighed 6 to 8 tons, about the same as three cars combined. Although large, the T-Rex had tiny arms smaller than those of most dinosaurs.

When playing the game, it's important to feed dinosaurs the correct food. Make sure the Tyrannosaurus only eats meat. Trying to feed it anything else will make it angry.


The Triceratops is known as one of the slowest dinosaurs. Two big horns sat on top of its head, and a third one sat behind its beak. It also had four legs and a long tail. Although slow, this dinosaur was relatively large. It was commonly 10 feet tall and 30 feet long. This dinosaur also was an herbivore, which means it only ate plants. The modern day rhinoceros is similar in appearance.

If you want to keep your Triceratops happy, decorate its cage with a mixture of grass, dirt and trees. At dinnertime, provide plants for it to eat.


The Carnotaurus is a large dinosaur that walked on two legs. Its body was large, but its arms and head were small. In fact, its arms were smaller than those of the Tyrannosaurus. The Carnotaurus also had a long tail like a large lizard. It was commonly 25 feet long and could weigh up to a ton.

Make sure to keep this dinosaur away from animals it can eat. Also, keep it away from animals that might eat it. Never put it in a cage with a larger dinosaur.


The Styracosaurus is one of the shortest dinosaurs on record. It usually grew no taller than 6 feet. In spite of its height, the dinosaur still had a menacing appearance. A sharp horn sat on top of its nose. Two smaller horns sat above its eyes, and sharp spikes protruded from the back of its head.

The Styracosaurus is a small dinosaur. Place it in a cage alone away from other predators in the zoo.

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