Gen 2 Creatures
To create dinosaurs, Jurassic World scientists collect several different samples of prehistoric creatures. Once cloned in Jurassic World laboratories, these different samples sometimes produce markedly different versions of the same species. Often, the creatures have different colors and behaviors. Usually, one of the two types of the species will be more resilient to certain environments, causing them to be more common in the real world than their counterparts. They will also have different responses to conflict and hunting behaviors. This has led Jurassic World scientists to believe the differentiation in the clones may be the result of regional adaptations in the original creatures, or potentially even undiscovered sub-species that developed out of life in different ecosystems. This is not clear, however, and we need more research in the lab to find out more about these creatures and their evolution!