Sometimes, your dinosaurs will get injured in Jurassic World Evolution 2 and you will need to help them. An injured dinosaur is a dangerous dinosaur, especially one that is suffering from a major injury as they can behave erratically. This is why we're going to show you how to help injured dinosaurs and show you how you can make them feel better.
How To Help Injured Dinosaurs
There are a few simple steps that you need to follow to help your injured dinosaurs.
1. Do a Medical Scan on the Injured Dinosaur
You can assign the task to the MVU team and click on the injured dinosaur to get them to scan it. However, the faster way is to click on "direct control" and drive the MVU (Mobile Vet Unit) yourself. You need to get as close to the injured dinosaur as possible and then press your target control. If you're close enough to the dinosaur, you will then be able to click on the prompted control to scan the dinosaur. Once you do this, you will find out what injury it has and if it is minor or major.
2. Major Injuries Need Treating at Dinosaur Hospital (Paleo-medical Facility)
If a dinosaur has a major injury such as a fracture, you will need to tranquilise it using your capture team. You can do this yourself by assuming control of the helicopter team or assigning them the task by clicking on them then the dinosaur. Once the dinosaur is asleep, you will need to click on the Transport Team then click on the sleeping dinosaur. You will then need to click on the landing pad at the rear of the Paleo-Medical Facility and the team will transport the dinosaur there.
Once the dinosaur is safely on the pad, you will need to assign a scientist to treat it. You will need to make sure that the scientist meets the requirements for that dinosaur and sometimes you may need to hire a new one. After you have found the correct scientist for the job, you simply need to select "begin treatment" and they will start healing the dinosaur.
3. Transport the Dinosaur Back to Its Home
After the treatment has finished, you will need to click on the dinosaur and a side menu will appear. You need to click on the prompted button that is below the picture of the dinosaur. Then, all you need to do is click on an empty space in their original enclosure to transport them back home.
Taking care of injured dinosaurs is a risky business but someone has to do it in Jurassic World Evolution 2. If you're enjoying the game then we have a few guides that can help you, including one on how to repair broken fences. We have another guide on how to track and tranquilise dinosaurs if things do not go to plan.