Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon


The Sarkastodon is an animal found in the Glacier Park of Jurassic Park Builder game. It is classified as an animal and eats Meat from the Meat Harbor  in the game.

It was made available on Sept 20, 2013 and is here to stay in your Glacier park. You need to find the DNA from the helicopters DNA Expedition.

“The name Sarkastodon means “Flash-Tearing Tooth” in Greek” – Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon Information

Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon

Release Date: Sept 20, 2013

Extracted from: DNA Sample

PARK: Glacier Park
Buying Price: 291,100Jurassic Park coins
Selling Price: 145,550Jurassic Park coins
Feed TypeJurassic Park Builder - Glacier Meat
Initial Egg Wait: 72:11:59
Research #1 Cost:
24,000Jurassic Park coinsx10

Research #2 Cost:
36,0000Jurassic Park coinsx10

Research #3 Cost:
48,000Jurassic Park coinsx10
Egg Wait Time:  72:11:59


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How to find DNA [Glacier Jurassic Park]

In the Glacier Park section of the game, you can only find DNA through expeditions. Once you send your team to search for DNA samples you will get to select from 3 different tubes (FREE) if you select the right one you will get the DNA sample if any are found.

 Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon Evolution

The evolution for the Sarkastodon begins at level 5 where he comes an adult Sarkastodon. Most dinosaurs follow this order and will evolve when you feed it to the required level in your Jurassic Park Builder game. When the dinosaur reaches level 10, you will need to evolve it using the research center which requires you to successfully evolve it into its next form evolution.

This will repeat again from baby – > adult in the next stage.

Evolution 1 Completed Message: The teeth of the Sarkastodon were well adapted to crush bones.
Evolution 2 Completed Message:  Except for its long fluffy tail, the Sarkastodon resembles a modern grizzly bear.
Evolution 3 Completed Message:  Just like the modern Grizzly bear, the Sarkastodon fed on fish, plants and other animals.

Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon Earnings Chart

Due to the nature of Jurassic Park Builder, we only document earnings and food cost to give you a rough idea of how each one will cost.

* Earnings May change from developer adjustments.

Level Earnings*
1  2751Jurassic Park coins/7Hours
2  3031
3  3311
4  3597
5  3878
6  4158
7  4445
8  4725
9  5005
10  5285

 Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon Food Chart

Jurassic Park Builder - Glacier Meat

*****We only document up to certain levels for food.

Level Food
1  275
2 455
3  636
4  817
5  998
6  1179
7  1360
8  1541
9  1722

Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon 

 Baby Adult
 Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 1 Baby  Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 1 Adult
 Evolution #2
 Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 2 Baby  Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 2 Adult
 Evolution #3
 Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 3 Baby  Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 3 Adult
 Evolution #4
 Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 4 Baby  Jurassic Park Builder Sarkastodon Evolution 4 Adult

  2 Responses to “Jurassic Park Builder: Sarkastodon”

  1. Shut up!

  2. Although the colors on the very last variation of the sarkastodon are cool, I think my favorite picture is the one to the right of evolution # 2. A sarkastodon based poke’mon would be pretty cool, actually. It should be like the huge, final version of a wolverine based poke’mon. It’s basically a bear sized wolverine. I mean, it has traits of felines, canines, ursines, and mustelids. I think it’s strengths would be crushing bones and being slow but agile at the same time. It would have a lot of endurance.
    If it would be going for the ultimate mustelid based poke’mon, it would be that it would focus on the vicious/stocky built wolverine and badger, and along with gaining size of a bear and a few minor traits of cats and dogs, it would also have the skunk’s spray. A lot of things related to weasels have some kind of stink attack, including some otters. And weasel’s kill more mice than cats, like a cute little assassin, so maybe it would be skilled in weeding out small creatures hiding underground, like diglets.

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