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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Tyrant Lizard King

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Species: T.rex

Animal Class: Gargantuan

Standard Containment Procedures:

Individuals of T.rex are to be contained within an exhibit with a floor space of a minimum of five thousand six hundred and twenty five (5625) square meters, the fencing of which should be within the ‘high’ classification of fencing. Temporary containment pens for individuals of T.rex are to be constructed utilising fencing of a similar, if not greater, strength classification to a standard exhibit for this animal, the floor space of which should be a minimum of one thousand (1000) square meters. Both primary exhibits and temporary containment pens are to be monitored on a constant basis by any and all available maintenance staff a park may have on hand to ensure that any damage or wear, caused by T.rex individuals or otherwise, are examined and repaired immediately to prevent breaches of containment.

Exhibit space for T.rex should primarily be made up of semi-heavily forested swampland in an attempt to mimic the floodplains from which T.rex comes from. Exceptions to this can be made around any guest viewing area(s) to allow for a clear view of the animal.
Feeding for T.rex individuals is to take place twice daily with a minimum of 20kg (Kilograms) of meat provided for a single animal. Feeding ‘shows’ similar to those done with modern day Crocodilians can be safely done with T.rex, however it is not recommended that these shows make up the bulk of an individual’s diet.

Recall procedures for individual T.rex specimens that have escaped containment involve the utilisation of Class Ω (Omega) Predatory Containment Procedures, if any other theropods are in the vicinity termination with deadly force is recommended to prevent loss of further park assets or guest life.

History & Description:

T.rex is the single heaviest theropod known and the third longest theropod to receive the Gargantuan classification, overtaken only by [DATA EXPUNGED]. In a neutral posture the average T.rex stands at 11.56 (Eleven point fifty six) meters long in a straight line across the ground with the animals actual length being in the 11.9 (Eleven point nine) meter area with individuals weight varying greatly dependent on overall size, more average T.rex individuals will weigh within the 7900 (Seven thousand nine hundred) kg (Kilogram) area and going upwards of 8750 (Eight thousand seven hundred and fifty) kg (Kilograms). In terms of appearance T.rex features an entirely brown colour palette, with the body, neck and tail of individuals being made up of varying shades of brown to create a blotched stripe pattern across most of the animal. The face of T.rex is significantly more dull than the rest of the animals body and is partially covered in a thick layer of keratin running from the tip of the lower jaw up and around all the way to behind the animals eyes, it is assumed this is in place as a defensive mechanism against attacks from other T.rex individuals.

Introduced to parks during the ‘Dinosaur Explosion’ during the early years of [REDACTED] T.rex has had plenty of time to gain a reputation in the public eye and starting with an explosive burst of both popularity and fear during an incident with one of the first adult T.rex specimens to be publicly exhibited outside of research facilities, see Incident Log Tyrant 001-A, -B and –C for a full overview of this incident. Thankfully modern containment procedures have prevented further containment breaches by T.rex individuals.

Behaviorally T.rex is among the most aggressive terrestrial predators known; only rivaled by the significantly smaller S.wawelski. As such several protocols have been put in place, most notably the legal requirement to house T.rex a minimum of 1 (One) kilometer from any other large Dinosaurs within a park, most notably a highly aggressive reaction is often garnered by the presence of other members of its species. Outside of this immense aggression however T.rex individuals are relatively static animals, once an individual has established its containment area as its territory a typical individual will simply laze around for the majority of the day, either basking in the sun, taking dust baths or sitting within the shade of its containment area. As such T.rex is often quite easily viewable when on display, however, this has not guaranteed it as a popular animal, instead T.rex earns its 3 star rating from its usage in feeding shows, the immense bone-crushing bite of T.rex is something many parks show off through feeding T.rex individuals in a similar manner to which zoos feed crocodiles, allowing it to fully demonstrate the power behind its jaws for all to see.

At first, T.rex was a prized animal in both the private and illegal Dinosaur trade, this was very quickly dispelled as the animals started to mature, private facilities often do not have the space required to prevent T.rex from escaping to challenge other animals within their collections, this culminated with the death of a T.rex individual from a blow delivered by a M.sinocanadorum tail club, an autopsy revealing shattered ribs, a ruptured stomach and several distorted vertebrae. Due to the difficulty in releasing adult T.rex individuals the majority of adult ones from private collections have been legally collected and purchased by parks, this however does not mean there are no wild instances of T.rex, at current there is 1 (one) known individual of juvenile age living within the [DATA EXPUNGED] in Africa, this individual, nicknamed Jade after the fossilised juvenile Jane, has evaded capture since its believed release in 20 █ █.

Welcome to the final phase of the Hell Creek formation, with only two more animals to go in this formation before our return to the Triassic!

Thank you all for your continued support of both us and this mod!

~Jagged Fang Designs~

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Heavy One

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The temperamental ornithopod from Elrhaz enters the fray!

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Mimicking Crocodiles

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The gargantuan piscivore of Elrhaz arrives. Suchomimus tenerensis!

The Riparian Grazer

The Riparian Grazer

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The riparian grazer of Elrhaz has emerged, Nigersaurus taqueti!

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The Sailed Cow

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Elrhaz has arrive in Advanced Operation Genesis, and with it the sail-backed Hadrosauriform Ouranosaurus nigeriensis!

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AOG: Compatability Files (Updated: 25/8/18)

AOG: Compatability Files (Updated: 25/8/18)

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This zip contains the Eng.txt, Dinolist.ini and Fslhunt.ini required to work all of the currently released AOG bonus animals together alongside the general...

AOG: Morrison A (Updated: 25/8/18)

AOG: Morrison A (Updated: 25/8/18)

Demo

The now cut Brontosaurus excelsus and Camptosaurus aphanoecetes is available for public download!

AOG: Triassic Sauropodamorphs (Updated: 25/8/18)

AOG: Triassic Sauropodamorphs (Updated: 25/8/18)

Demo 6 comments

The twin cut Sauropodamorphs, Thecodontosaurus and Plateosaurus now available for your park with correct scaling and a non-neck breaking run animation!

AOG: Elephantosaurus (Updated: 12/8/18)

AOG: Elephantosaurus (Updated: 12/8/18)

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JFD is celebrating the entry into the year 2018 with the release of a Triassic giant, Elephantosaurus jachimovitschi!

AOG: Sinraptor hepingensis (26/8/18)

AOG: Sinraptor hepingensis (26/8/18)

Demo 8 comments

The first official bonus download of AOG. Sinraptor hepingensis!

Pre-AOG: Compatibility File (20/9/18)

Pre-AOG: Compatibility File (20/9/18)

Patch 9 comments

This zip contains the Eng.txt, Dinolist.ini and Fslhunt.ini required to work all of the currently released experimentals together!

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satch4684
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I've been waiting and watching this one for a long time. Only when this is released will I install and play JPOG again, looks fantastic

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Is the JFD team planning on making improved models of the trees and other flora? Looking forward to seeing what the other Triassic digsite brings! I’m hoping Herrerasaurus, Saurosuchus, and Syntarsus
Also I won’t ask to spoil the other dig sites, but are there more gargantuan sauropods or will Brachiosaurus stand alone?

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Why eyes of the Trex looks so sad?

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i need the real jpog for this mod?

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jcsm
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You mean having the original game installed? if it's that then yes.

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