Jurassic World: The Game Wiki
Advertisement
Jurassic World: The Game Wiki
This article needs more information or is missing elements that provide a better experience for readers.
Please read Contributing to the Wiki for more information.


About Therizinosaurus

Therizinosaurus (meaning "scythe lizard") is a genus of very large therizinosaurid that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous period in what is now the Nemegt Formation around 70 million years ago. The first remains of Therizinosaurus were found in 1948 by a Mongolian field expedition at the Gobi Desert. Fossils of this species were first described by Evgeny Maleev in 1954 and originally thought to belong to a turtle-like reptile. It is known only from a few bones, including gigantic hand claws, from which it gets its name. Additional findings comprising forelimb and hindlimb elements have been discovered during the 1960s-1980s.[1]

In Game

Therizinosaurus is a Legendary Herbivore. It has the most health of any non-VIP or Hybrid herbivore.

Lvl 40 Stats
Health
 
2427
Attack
 
325



Evolution Table

Stage Rewards Facts Appearance

Bucks.png

Food.png

DNA.png

LP.png

1 None 2610 None None The Therizinosaurus gets its name from Greek, meaning the 'scythe lizard'. Therizinosaurus LVL10.png
2 None 22150 None None Did you know the Therizinosaurus has imposing arms? At 8 feet long, they are tipped with 3 foot claws the length of human arms! Therizinosaurus LVL20.png
3 100 101500 None None Standing at nearly 22 feet tall, the Therizinosaurus is taller than an adult giraffe! Therizinosaurus LVL30.png
4 100 428985 280 None Weighing in at 3 tons, the Therizinosaurus weighs more than a white rhino! Therizinosaurus LVL40.png


Creature Stats

Level Food Cost Coins Per Health Attack
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20 17400 1125 151
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40 None 139200 2427 325


Packs that Contain Therizinosaurus


Trivia

  • Therizinosaurus is incorrectly referred to as a predator in one of the creature facts for Cerazinosaurus.

Gallery

References

Navigation

Herbivores
Advertisement