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An essential feature of Jurassic World Reborn is the Extinct Species Revival Process. This is the process through which an extinct species is brought back to life in the present world. This process can be divided into six sequential stages: Fossil Acquisition, Fossil Processing, Genomics, Embryonics, Cultivation or Incubation and Creation.

Raw Material Acquisition

Raw Material Acquisition v3.

Raw Material Acquisition Flow Diagram

Fossils Ores can be acquired by mining at different depths, corresponding to different geological periods. Mining at a specified depths will yield fossils from creatures that lived during the corresponding period. A fully detailed guide on fossil acquisition, including the period to which each species belonged and its corresponding depth, can be found here. Before mining fossils, they must be protected with plaster and bandage and mined with an iron pickaxe or better.

Furthermore, near the bottom of ocean sea floors and on top of mountains, one might also find fossilized trackways and fossilised nests. Fossilized nests,like fossils, must also be protected with plaster and bandage and be mined with an iron pickaxe or better. Fossilized trackways yield no genomic materials and may be mined normally.

Additionally, both aphids in amber and mosquitoes in amber can also be acquired from amber ore. These are a source of valuable genetic material, for flora and fauna respectively, and can be further processed to extract said material in the Genomics step for the Extinct Species Revival Process.

Finally, ice shard ore may be mined regularly to yield sea lampreys. Sea lampreys contain genetic material for extinct aquatic creatures and may be further processed in the Genomics step.

Fossil Processing

Fossil Processing

Fossil Processing Flow Diagram

Once acquired, Fossils will have to be processed.

Two machines will have to be used sequentially for this process: the Cleaning Station and the Fossil Grinder.

Fauna Fossils must first be placed into the Cleaning Station (along with Buckets of Water) yielding assorted Fauna Bones. Different Fauna Bones and Flora Fossils can be placed into the Fossil Grinder in order to potentially yield Soft Tissue Samples. This process can sometimes fail, yielding flint or bone meal. Soft Tissue Samples can then be carried over into the next stage of the process.

Genomics

Genomics

Genomics Flow Diagram

Now that viable genetic materials have been acquired, whether they are tissue samples, mosquitoes or aphids in amber, or sea lampreys, the Genomics step can begin. The key objective of this step is to obtain a viable DNA sequence from the material acquired and then proceed to synthesize viable DNA from this sequence for its subsequent use in the Embryonics step.

First, DNA must be either extracted or sequenced.

In the case of mosquitoes in amber, aphids in amber, and sea lampreys, a DNA Extractor must be used, which will extract DNA from the raw material and place it into an Empty Storage Disc. Keep in mind that this extracted DNA sequence will not necessarily be have enough percent quality to generate a new species and may need further processing. The DNA percent obtained from extracting DNA directly from a mosquito in amber, an aphid in amber, or a sea lamprey will always exceed 50%. The species’ whose DNA is obtained from this process is random.


In the case of tissue samples, a DNA Sequencer must be used, which the raw tissue sample must be placed along with an Empty Storage Disc. This will extract DNA and scan it into the disc. The DNA Sequencer has three slots, so three tissue samples may be sequenced at once. As said before, the DNA sequence will not necessarily be of enough quality to generate a new species and may need further processing.


After this step, a DNA Storage Disc will be obtained, with a certain percentage of DNA, for the particular species. Multiple copies of these discs must then be combined together, adding up the percentage of their DNA loaded into the disc, in order to obtain a 100% quality. in the DNA Combinator - Hybridizer. This is simply done by placing two DNA storage discs into the machine, which will combine them into a single disc, adding their DNA percent. The process must be repeated until a single disc of 100% quality is obtained. Of note: Any left-over quality exceeding 100% will be lost.

Once a 100% DNA quality disc is obtained, this disc may be used indefinitely as a template to synthesize new copies of DNA in the DNA Synthesizer. For this, the DNA Storage Disc must be placed into the DNA Synthesizer, along with a empty test tube and some DNA Nucleotides. This will produce a DNA test tube of the desired species DNA.

(In the case of hybrids, see the article on DNA Combinator - Hybridizer)

Embryonics

Embryonics

Embryonics Flow Diagram

After DNA has been successfully synthesized, the process of Embryonics must now begin. The first step is to produce a viable Embryo. This is done in the Embryonic Machine. The DNA test tube must be placed into the Embryonic Machine along with an empty syringe and either a Petri Dish or Plant Cells in Petri Dish in the case of plants species.

For the case of flora, the species will yield a callus. Proceed directly to the Creation step for Flora.

For the case of fauna, The process will yield a Species Syringe, containing the species embryo within the syringe. If the species does not hatch from an external egg, such as mammals and sea creatures, the embryo can proceed directly to the Cultivation step.

If the species hatches from an external egg, the embryo must now be calcified. This is done in the Embryo Calcification Machine. In here, the Species Syringe is placed, along with an egg, which will yield the corresponding Species Egg. This egg must now be incubated in the next step.

Cultivation or Incubation

Incubation or Cultivation

Incubation or Cultivation Flow Diagram

After the Embryonics step, what follows is either Cultivation for species which do not hatch from external eggs or Incubation for species which hatch from external eggs.

For species which do not hatch from external eggs, such as mammals and sea creatures, the acquired Species Syringe must be cultivated. For this, a Cultivator must be used. The Species Syringe must be placed into the Cultivator, which need to be filled with nutrients and with two water buckets.

A temperature gauge at the bottom must be set correctly, as it will determine the species sex. If the temperature gauge is set to red the resulting species will be male, and if it's set to yellow the resulting species will be female. If the gauge is placed in the middle, the creature's sex will be randomized.

The Cultivator must be supplied with different nutrients from several food sources. Different foods are rich in different nutrients and as such will help to fill the nutrient bars at different rates. Once all the bars have been completely filled up, the Cultivation process will begin, yielding a fully developed infant creature at the end of the process.

For species which hatch from external eggs, the eggs obtained from the Embryo Calcification Machine must be placed into an Incubator along with Peat Moss. Up to five eggs may be incubated at once. This process may take some time.

Once again, a temperature gauge at the bottom must be set correctly, as it will determine the species sex. If the temperature gauge is set to red the resulting species will be male, and if it's set to yellow the resulting species will be female. If the gauge is placed in the middle, the sex will be randomized.

Creation

For the case of flora, once you have your callus, you need only plant it in tilled, humidified dirt which will create the corresponding species. You have now successfully revived an extinct flora species!

For the case of fauna, once you have your gestated mammal or hatched egg, you need only place it on the ground, which will create the corresponding species. Gestated sea creatures must be placed in the water. You have now successfully revived an extinct fauna species! The species will be automatically tamed upon creation by whomever places it, if it is tameable.

For a list of all the flora and fauna species in Jurassic World Reborn, see these articles:

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