Zoo Tycoon 2: Dino Danger Pack - Animals

Animals

There are four dinosaurs in the pack, all from the Cretaceous period (Styracosaurus, Carnotaurus, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus) The carnivores do eat guests, but only adult men and not women or children. Eating guests does not help satisfy hunger levels.

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