Parkasaurus – All Dinosaurs Stats And Details For Park

Parkasaurus

Parkasaurus has been released on PC by Developer and Publisher Washbear. it is an indie single player Dinosaur management and simulation game where players need to build their own Dinosaur parks.

In the game, you will need to design the dinosaur exhibit, maintain park with 80 buildable items and 4 employee types, nurture Dino babies, maintain proper biome and more.

All Dinosaurs Stats And Details For Park In Parkasaurus

In the game, you will need to do everything for the Park and the Dinosaurs. to keep them healthy and happy you will need to keep track of their requirements.

So in this guide, you will find information about all the Dinosaurs. their class, biome, tile, exhibit size and more which will help you make better decisions.

Below you will find the list of all the herbivores and carnivores Dinosaurs. just note that the guide is still a work in progress and will be updated as soon as we find more information.

Carnivores Dinos

Albertosaurus
  • Class – Theropod
  • Size – Medium
  • Herd Size – Solitary
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Swamp
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Oviraptor
  • Class – Theropod
  • Size – Small
  • Herd Size – Solitary
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Taiga
  • Exhibit Size – 500ft
Spinosaurus
  • Class – Theropod
  • Size – Large
  • Herd Size – Solitary
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Swamp
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Class – Theropod
  • Size – Large
  • Herd Size – Solitary
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Grassland
  • Exhibit Size – 1000ft
Velociraptor
  • Class – Theropod
  • Size – Small
  • Herd Size – 2
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Desert
  • Exhibit Size – 500ft

Herbivores Dinos

Achelousaurus
  • Class – Ceratopsia
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Savanna
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Animantarx
  • Class – Ankylosauria
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Forest
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Ankyelosaurus
  • Class – Ankylosauria
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Taiga
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Apatosaurus
  • Class – Sauropod
  • Size – Large
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Savanna
  • Exhibit Size – 1000ft
Brachiosaurus
  • Class – Sauropod
  • Size – Large
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Grassland
  • Exhibit Size – 1000ft
Gastonia
  • Class – Sauropod
  • Size – Large
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Grassland
  • Exhibit Size – 1000ft
Gigantspinosaurus
  • Class – Stegosauria
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Alpine
  • Exhibit Size – 500ft
Kentrosaurus
  • Class – Stegosauria
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Tundra
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Lambeosaurus
  • Class – Ornithopods
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Taiga
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Mamenchisaurus
  • Class – Sauropod
  • Size – Large
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Rainforest
  • Exhibit Size – 1000ft
Minmi
  • Class – Ankylosauria
  • Size – small
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Forest
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Ornithomimus
  • Class – Ornithopods
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Tundra
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Parasaurolophus
  • Class – Ornithopods
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Tundra
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Seismosaurus
  • Class – Sauropod
  • Size – Large
  • Tile – Sand
  • Biome – Desert
  • Exhibit Size – 1000ft
Shantungosaurus
  • Class – Ornithopods
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Swamp
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Stegosaurus
  • Class – Stegosauria
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Rainforest
  • Exhibit Size – 600ft
Styracosaurus
  • Class – Ceratopsia
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Mud
  • Biome – Alpine
  • Exhibit Size – 700ft
Triceratops
  • Class – Ceratopsia
  • Size – Medium
  • Tile – Grass
  • Biome – Rainforest
  • Exhibit Size – 600ft