Some dinosaurs will need very specific environments in order to be comfortable and happy in Jurassic World Evolution 2. This is why knowing how to get certain environment types is very important. An unhappy dinosaur is a problematic dinosaur. We're going to show you how to get ground fruit and how to use it.
How To Get Ground Fruit and How To Use It
Ground fruit isn't an item that you can get on its own, it's a part of a type of environment that you can create. To get ground fruit and use it, follow these simple steps:
- Click on the "environment" icon on the side menu on the lefthand side of your screen. It's the tree. You will be given a smaller side menu.
- Make sure you are on the "nature" part of the small menu.
- Scroll down the nature section until you reach the "fruit and nut" section.
- In this section, look at the different types of environments that you can create. If you hover over the "Cycad Grove" section, you should be shown what is included with that environment.
- The information should show you that it includes "Ground Fruit". This means that if you place this particular environment in an enclosure for a dinosaur that needs ground fruit, it will fill their need very quickly.
All you need to do is place the "Cycad Grove" environment down in the enclosure for the dinosaur species that need it until you satisfy their requirement for "Ground Fruit".
If you're enjoying the game, you should take a look at our other guides in our walkthrough hub.
What Is Ground Fruit?
Ground fruit is a part of the environment that you can place down to tailor enclosures to the needs of certain dinosaurs. Herbivores will not need mechanical feeders like carnivores or piscivores, they will eat from the environment around them. Some dinosaurs will need to eat ground fruit, which is why it is important for you to know how to get it and use it.
Taking care of your dinosaurs is one of the most important things that you need to do in Jurassic World Evolution 2. We have guides that can help you to improve the happiness of your dinosaurs. Take a look at our guide on how to help injured dinosaurs and our other guide on how to help diseased dinosaurs.