Zoo Tycoon 2: Dino Danger Pack is a bonus pack for the game Zoo Tycoon 2 released on July 2006. It could be downloaded from the Zoo Tycoon website and Oberon Media website. It has now been replaced by the Extinct Animals expansion pack and is no longer available for download.
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... Since the release of Zoo Tycoon 2 Extinct Animals, which includes more updated versions of all of the animals and items included in the pack, Dino Danger was taken offline from the Zoo Tycoon website and can no ... Both Zoo Tycoon 2 Extinct Animals and Dino Danger Pack are included in Zoo Tycoon 2 Ultimate Collection ... The pack conflicts with the Extinct Animals versions, but have their models included in addition to the new ones ...
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