Advanced Operation Genesis came about after an amazing tool produced by Equinox enabled people to add new models into Jurassic Park Operation Genesis for the first time in the games fifteen year life and we here at Jagged Fang Designs jumped onto the chance with vigour and glee at the thought of at long last fully being able to mod a game that for all of us has been instrumental in our collective experience in our respective fields.

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Species: Y.shangyouensis

Animal Class: Large

Containment Procedure:

Entry to containment areas featuring Y.shangyouensis requires a Class Three (3) clearance from the owning parks board of directors and assigned containment staff with at least four (4) years prior experience with Y.shangyouensis, staff with Class Five (5) clearance and above with no experience with Y.shangyouensis should report immediately to both the owning board of directors and have an escort from at least one (1) containment staff with at least six (6) years prior experience with Y.shangyouensis. Any and all personnel entering Y.shangyouensis containment areas are to be equipped with standard Class Three (3) anti-Predation Suits to prevent injury from Y.shangyouensis exploratory behaviours.

Y.shangyouensis individuals are to be fed approximately forty-two (42) Kilograms (Kg) of fresh Belgian Blue meat every day in order to ensure full satisfaction of hunger. All fencing should be under checks three times each week by highly trained maintenance staff to ensure that containment fencing stays fully maintained at all times.

In the event of a full containment breach park personnel are to immediately enact Class Four (4) Predatory Theropod Containment procedures, termination with deadly force is recommended if any risk to life of staff or guests is present.

Containment area for Y.shangyouensis individuals should be at the very least 275*400 Meters (M) in size and contain one (1) to three (3) individuals and feature at minimum MEDIUM clearance fencing. Containment areas are to be a mix of heavily forested and lightly forested areas to help stimulate exploratory behavioural patterns Y.shangyouensis individuals exhibit, as such it is advised that there be no consistent feeding area for Y.shangyouensis but several that are rotated through at random with more than one (1) water source present to allow for Y.shangyouensis individuals to pick and choose where they are most comfortable to drink.

History & Description:

Y.shangyouensis is the second largest Jurassic Theropod currently available on the market for parks exhibiting prehistoric mega fauna standing at Ten (10) meters (M) and Eighty (80) centimetres (cm) in length and weighing Three and a half (3.5) tons (T). Y.shangyouensis individuals feature a pair of extremely large crests on their skulls adorned with a dull yellow outline against a dark brown base; this outline continues over the top of the animals face to surround its eye and fades out as it hits the animal’s neck. On the animal’s neck and lower jaw a large flap of skin is present which features heavily prominent dull yellow striping similar to that seen on the crest outlines. The rest of Y.shangyouensis consists of light brown tones punctuated by faint darker brown stripes culminating in dark brown blotches on the animal’s tail.

Y.shangyouensis was first introduced to the industry in [REDACTED] and has maintained a consistent four (4) star rating in the majority of parks it is presented in for a few reasons, the first and foremost of which would be its appearance, nothing quite like it exists among large theropods with its twin crests and massive neck flap, this alone is often enough to capture the attention of guests, however it is what Y.shangyouensis does with these display pieces that keeps it consistently popular. In the majority of exhibited Y.shangyouensis individuals of any and all genders display to each other very actively in what is considered a rather peculiar manner, rather than show off crest or flap size Y.shangyouensis will instead wither lower or raise its head and begin shaking it violently, creating a dazzling display of blurred yellow lines with individuals often changing stance to swap between showing off their crests and throat. While this was first interpreted as an aggressive action towards other members of its species it has since been found that Y.shangyouensis does this as a form of social signalling rather than a dominance display and often do this to reaffirm bonds between individuals, in cases where Y.shangyouensis is displayed alone it will instead direct this action at its more regular containment staff, this however has led to approximately [REDACTED] deaths due to overly-excited Y.shangyouensis individuals trampling staff in the midst of their display. The third primary reason that Y.shangyouensis has maintained such high popularity is due to its quite explorative and curious nature, these animals are often seen patrolling their containment area’s, testing fencing and playing with a fallen stick or log, as such many parks opt to provide several methods to help stimulate Y.shangyouensis while it explores, the first and foremost of which is the random placement of ‘treats’ throughout its exhibit ranging from remains of a deceased herbivore hidden in the more heavily foliated areas of a containment area or something simplistic such as a large ball.

Y.shangyouensis is as popular in the private trade as it is in actual parks being prized for its unique appearance and its quite interactive behavioural patterns, as such Y.shangyouensis individuals are highly prized on the open and illegal markets and can go for a small fortune in price.

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The third and final Large Class carnivore of the Jurassic has arrived. Torvosaurus tanneri!

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The first bonus animal of Advanced Operation Genesis, Sinraptor hepingensis!

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The first official bonus download of AOG. Sinraptor hepingensis!

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Pre-AOG Experimentals: Kentrosaurus

Pre-AOG Experimentals: Kentrosaurus

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The latest JFD Release for JPOG, Kentrosaurus aethiopicus, this animal is compatible with all current JPOG releases by JFD.

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Allosaurine
Allosaurine

Ive been having trouble installing this mod. All I want is the Sinraptor.

Attempt 1 (No other mods.): sinraptor is obtainable but is pure white/textureless. Attempt 2 (GEPv2): CTD Attempt 3 (GEPv2): CTD Attempt 4 (no other mods): Sinraptor is listed on the digsite, and other mod features (displaying dinosaur species names) work, but Sinraptor is not obtainable.

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GojiraGuy
GojiraGuy

So basically, you are revamping everything in JPOG? I would love to see JPOG remastered in a more realistic fashion. Thanks for doing this!

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Allosaurine
Allosaurine

How exactly do you install this. I've tried installing Sinraptor a few times. The first time it was pure white. The second time and every time after that, CTD. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong? Am I not supposed to copy and replace the files? Just copy and keep? I'm so very confused XD

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fuyuki359
fuyuki359

These models look awesome my dude.

And boy I was able to make it works with DJE, PMEP, and even Forgotten dude! Took a bit of modifying a lot of files but damn now my park got so many variety to play with.

Please do keep up the good work. I believe we can bring back the community of this game.

The new Jurassic World game I don't think will be nearly as modifiable as this one. I don't even think they'll make it as complex as well. They'll try to shoot for a wider audiences so all the dinosaurs behavior and cool mechanics won't be there.

Anyways, cheers and good work guys. You guys should open up a donation page or something.

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Allosaurine
Allosaurine

How did you do this? I'd really like to know how you modded it. I've got DJE and GEPv2 in right now.

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asemok
asemok

How are you gonna release mod ? All dinos separetely like elephantosaurus and thecodontosaurus or you will release one mod with all dinisaurs, foliage, structers etc. ?(Sorry for my bad eng)

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LordJuicyTheThird
LordJuicyTheThird

is it able to play

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Guest
Guest

when will they add to the tyrannosaur?
And will they do it with feathers or with scales?
because according to recent studies the tyrannosaur had feathers when they were young, but when they became adults they lost their feathers completely.

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ErenKruger
ErenKruger

In real there is no evidence of this, for what I know birds don't lost feathers, they being added, so it's the reverse more probably

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AgusMCAP
AgusMCAP

friend, for the love of god, support me in this
nobody wants to see a tyrannosaur with feathers.
there is no minimum evidence that the t rex had feathers.
The only t rex skin records are fossilized squamous skin.
The t rex had no feathers because it does not need them like other large theropods.
Can you imagine a giganotosaurus or a carcharodontosaurus with feathers?
or an acrocantosaurus and a feathered mapusaurus? Of course, no
as there is no evidence that t rex has feathers, there is no need to ruin this theropod by speculation.
I hope that the creators of the mod make the tyrannosaur as it should be.
They have the right to do it however you want, but I can assure you that if they put feathers in a t rex they will ruin the mod and disappoint many people.
because a tyrannosaur with feathers is not a tyrannosaur.
greetings and good luck...

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GojiraGuy
GojiraGuy

+AgusMCAP (The Poster of the comment right above this one if he/she hasn't changed their name.)

I'll be answering every sentence you've made.

1. "friend, for the love of god, support me in this".
No.
2. "nobody wants to see a tyrannosaur with feathers".
I want to see one, I like the idea.
3. "there is no minimum evidence that the t rex had feathers".
Well, a lot of the ol' Rex's cousins had feathers, including Yutyrannus. So yes, there is minimal evidence for feathers.
4. "The only t rex skin records are fossilized squamous skin".
So? That only covered like, the underbelly of Trex and the bottom of it's feet (Obviously scaly parts of the Trex.)
5. "The t rex had no feathers because it does not need them like other large theropods".
Well, actually, they can and do. Seeing that most of Trex's cousins are covered with a decent amount of feathers (When I say feathers, not feathers like birds, more like protofeathers) I wouldn't be surprised if Trex had some feathers across it's back.
6. "Can you imagine a giganotosaurus or a carcharodontosaurus with feathers? or an acrocantosaurus and a feathered mapusaurus? Of course, no as there is no evidence that t rex has feathers, there is no need to ruin this theropod by speculation".
Yes, I can quite vividly. You do realise those theropods you mentioned are also in a different family of theropods? Not Trex? There is evidence, look at it's family. You don't "ruin" a theropod by adding feathers, in my opinion it makes it better, stop defending the completely scaly dinosaur like it's some kind of religion. Yeah, right, "Speculation".
7. "I hope that the creators of the mod make the tyrannosaur as it should be".
I hope they make Trex a combination of feathers and scales, more like, it had scales under it's belly and most of the bottom halve of it's legs. I know which variation of Trex you are talking about though, I don't agree with it, and most people who are up to date don't agree either.
(Side-note: Stop spreading misinformation.)
8. "They have the right to do it however you want, but I can assure you that if they put feathers in a t rex they will ruin the mod and disappoint many people".
They do have the right to do it, they are the creator's of the mod after all. Also, It won't "ruin" the mod if they put feathers on the Trex you dimwit, and it won't disappoint many people, it would make a lot of people actually happy. The people who believe you are right believe the Trex looked more like a monitor lizard than anything.
9. "because a tyrannosaur with feathers is not a tyrannosaur".
Actually, a Tyrannosaur IS a Tyrannosaur with feathers, did you even hear about that one dinosaur that was apart of the Rex's family tree, "Yutyrannus"? I don't think you do.
10. "greetings and good luck...".
I don't think you share a lot of good luck, my friend.

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AgusMCAP
AgusMCAP

Tyrannosaurus rex skin samples covered by scales, and it makes no sense to compare it 100% with a Yutyrannus, since taxonomically or physiognomically they are not similar;
Tyrannosaurus rex may have protoplanets, but in a very small way, in areas such as the front legs or the back, since the skin samples that belong to the sides of the body are totally scaly; also the feathers in other tyrannosaur species served as thermal insulation, but if the rex tyrannosaurus did not have or did not have anatomical function, it was not necessary to develop them, since evolution gives an individual necessary adaptations and adjusted to their environment, not something unnecessary (could have owned them but very small, and have a skin like that of elephants) ...
And by the way I feel a little aggressive with me, I never intended to attack you or that you feel touched in any way on my part.
I'm just giving my opinion with due respect.

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GojiraGuy
GojiraGuy

Oh, I wrote a huge essay on how your Opinion is not Fact, and my mouse accidentally changed the page back and forward, so angry...

But you do realise your Opinion is not a Fact, right? I can't treat your opinion with respect if it is based on something that is a fact?

And you contradicted yourself by saying "a tyrannosaur is not a tyrannosaur with feathers" because Yutyrannus exists. You are attacking EVERYBODY who knows that almost all dinosaurs had feathers of some kind, minimal or completely. Because you are claiming things left and right.

Stop contradicting yourself and stop comparing the Elephant's skin to a T-rex's skin, because you know fully well that Elephants are mammals and are almost completely different to Dinosaurs. Feathers are necessary for most Dinosaurs, usually in cold climates.

So as I've said multiple times before, stop spreading your misinformation as some kind of fact.

Just a last note. Opinion is NOT Fact.

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