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Antarctopelta was added to Jurassic World: The Game on November 9th, 2015 as a limited Tournament herbivore. 

Antarctopelta

Information Edit

Antarctopelta is unlocked by winning an Antarctopelta pack from either the roulette or if the player places in the top 1% of the Antarctopelta tournament. Additional individuals can be purchased in the market for 7,000 DNA or found through card packs.

Cost and Time to Hatch
Availability Legendary
Incubation Period 9 Days (9:00:00)
Placement Cost

7,000 DNA

Selling Reward 3,500 DNA
Maximum Earning Rate 294.4 Gold/Minute
Additional Information Antarctopelta


AppearanceEdit

  • Level 1-10









Unlocked TriviaEdit

Evo 1Edit

Reward: 5,040 Food

"The Antarctopelta get its name from Antarctica. It is the first dinosaur to be ever found on the continent!"

Evo 2Edit

Reward: 42,770 Food

"While modern Antarctica is covered in ice and snow, during the Cretaceous period, the Antarctopelta lived in lush forest."

Evo 3Edit

Reward: 196,000 Food and 100 Dino Bucks

"Although Antarctopelta was discovered in 1986, it was not named until 20 years later!"

Evo 4Edit

Reward: 828,380 Food, 100 Dino Bucks, and 146 Loyalty Points

"At around 13 feet in length, the Antarctopelta is as long as some American crocodiles!"

Level-Based StatsEdit

Level Unmodified Earning Rates (14 Hours) Feeding Costs Health Attack
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 7,728 (00:00:00 @ DNA) 798 204
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20 30,912 (00:00:00 @ DNA) 1368 350
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30 92,736 (00:00:00 @ DNA) 2085 533
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40 247,296 MAX 2949 754

TriviaEdit

  • It should be noted that the Antarctopelta has a club tail which is unknown in the real Antarctopelta. The placement of osteoderms on the body of the model is largely speculative, since we have found only six different types of osteoderms along with the skeletal remains of Antarctopelta and very few were articulated with the skeleton.

GalleryEdit