The Andrewsarchus in Jurassic Park Builder is an Ice Age animal found in the Glacier Park section of the game. The animal was released on November 1, 2013 and this animal is only available in the Glacier park section of your Jurassic Park Builder game.


The name Andrewsarchus signifies “Andrews’ ruler” in Greek
Limited DNA Sample Park: Glacier Park
Release Date: October 20, 2013 Egg Wait: 22:02:59
Food & Purchase Cost
Buying Price:  327,250
Selling Price:  163,625
Feed Type: Meat
Research #1 Cost: 30,000
Research #2 Cost: 40,000
Research #3 Cost 50,000


The Andrewsarchus is a dinosaur found in the game Jurassic Park Builder and has special evolution stages that makes this dinosaur an interesting addition to your Jurassic Park Builder game.

Like all animals in the Glacier Park in Jurassic Park Builder, you must get the DNA Sample of the specific animal then research it to unlock the animal into your Gacier market.

To get DNA Samples, you must send your helicopters into expeditions to obtain these DNA Samples.

Once you have purchased the Andrewsarchus into your Jurassic Park, he will begin at evolution 1 as a baby. As you feed your dinosaur with Meat the dinosaur will grow. He evolves at level 5 into an adult to his form or evolution 1. Once this evolution reaches its maximum at level 10 he will be able to evolve into his evolution #2 through researching.

Once he evolves into his evolution #2 in the research center, he will become a baby again. Upon doing this you must feed him once again until level 15 where he will evolve into his adult form. After reaching level 20 you will be able to research and evolve your animal again at level 20 where he will evolve into his last form or evolution.

After his evolution at level 20 he will become a baby again but in an entirely new form with a new coloring and much more earning compared to the previous. He will evolve once again at level 25 into his evolution 4 forms. Keep doing this until level 40.

Evolution Completed 1
 Scientists only discover an incomplete skull of the Andrewsarchus
Evolution Completed 2
 The Andrewsarchus might have been able to bite through a turtle’s shell due to its enormous and powerful jaws.
Evolution Completed 3
 Based on its discovered skull, the Andrewsarchus may win the title of largest carnivorous land mammal ever.


  One Response to “Andrewsarchus”


    I cannot believe you call this a dinosaur.

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