Top 10 Creatures That Must Be In This Game 3

1. Deinocheirus
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Canonical Appearance: It's not cannon.
Reason to add: It's unique by every aspect. It's physical appearance looking different than the other dinosaurs and it's diet shows this animal is an omnivore (eats fish too). It's a fish-eater dinosaur that's not a spinosaurid and also it eats plants like herbivores and it eats small animals like carnivores.
It can be at Omnivore Dinosaur Pack.
2. Oviraptor [Needs New Feeder Called "Omnivore Feeder"]

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Canonical Appearance: It's not cannon.
Reason to add: Everybody knows it as an omnivore dinosaur from Oviraptoridae group. It can perfectly fits to be small omnivore dinosaur. The problem is there is no omnivore feeder currently. But they added the fish feeder. It would be too easy to add omnivore feeder if we compare it to making a fish feeder. It would be easy if they would make it like this: (An iron box full with moving ant like insects.)
It can be at Omnivore Dinosaur Pack.
3. Anzu (aka Anzuraptor) [Needs New Feeder Called "Omnivore Feeder"]

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Canonical Appearance: It's not cannon.
Reason to add: It's at the size of a Deinonychus which means it's a lot of bigger than the Oviraptor. It eats small animals and plants. It has the large crest of Caenagnathidae as you can see it's not close relative of oviraptor.
It can be at Omnivore Dinosaur Pack.
4. Gigantoraptor

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Canonical Appearance: Its one of the dinosaurs in the InGen list that never incubated.
Reason to add: It heighs over 4 meters and lenghts 8 meters it's an omnivore and it's from Caenagnathidae. The database shows that this dinosaur mostly ate plants but sometimes it became a carnivore dinosaur. A lot of people recommends it to add in the JW:E.
It can be at Omnivore Dinosaur Pack.
5. Utahraptor

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Canonical Appearance: It's not cannon.
Reason to add: One of the most dangerous dinosaurs for the humanity if it would exist. The largest dromeaosaurid that ever lived.
It can be at Danger Zone Dinosaur Pack.
6. Mussaurus

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Canonical Appearance: Jurassic Park Novels (Which means its half cannon).
Reason to add: It's actually pretty small herbivore dinosaur. But when you look at it you may think that it's a dragon without it's wings.
It can be at Small Dinosaur Pack.
7. Elaphrosaurus

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Canonical Appearance: Rumored InGen Content.
Reason to add: Elaphrosaurus is a carnivorus dinosaur at the size of Deinonychus. But the fact that it lenghts about 6 six meters make this dinosaur unique.
It can be at Danger Zone Dinosaur Pack.
8. Deltadromeus

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Canonical Appearance: It's not cannon.
Reason to add: Deltadromeus (meaning "delta runner") is a genus of theropod dinosaur from Northern Africa. It had long, unusually slender hind limbs for its size, which shows that it was a fast dinosaur it had long claws. It's from the Noasauridae Family. It lenghts over 8 meters and heighs about 2.5 meters.
It can be at Danger Zone Dinosaur Pack.
9. Psittacosaurus
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Canonical Appearance: It's not cannon.
Reason to add: It's small as an Homalocephale and it had quills on its tail. But it's most known unique thing is it's "parrot-looking" face.
It can be at Small Dinosaur Pack.
10. Nipponosaurus
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Canonical Appearance: Rumored InGen Content.
Reason to add: Nipponosaurus is a dinosaur from Hadrosauridae Family. It looks like a small Parasaurolophus without his horn looking thing on its head.
It can be at Small Dinosaur Pack.
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With Mussaurus, we now know the adults are bipedal, being similar to Plateosaurus for example, and at a similar size of about 6 metres long.
Known material in grey, scalebars are 5 cm for B (Infant), 15cm for C (Juvenile) and 1 metre for D (Adult):


Elaphrosaurus was likely a herbivore, like it's close relation Limusaurus, whose skull ends in a beak.

The position of Deltadromeus is a little messy, it might be a noasaurid, it might be a carcharodontosaurid. As theropods go it is fairly complete, but lacking a skull, which I think is one of the main sources of phylogenetically useful features.
Known material in white:


Also, a fun fact about Nipponosaurus, despite being named after Japan, by Japanese, the land belongs to Russia today, so in the real world we'll likely never see another specimen (if we do it'll likely be under a new name, but I don't think they'd risk it).
Known material in white:
 
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