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These are the episodes of the second season I wished had happened.

Season 2 EpisodesEdit

Episode 1: Watering HoleEdit

Colorado - Late Jurassic

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 21 Diplodocus (main adjective, now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 6 Allosaurus (main adjective)
  • 4 Stegosaurus
  • 5 Brachiosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Camarasaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 15 Apatosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 16 Brontosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 11 Barosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 13 Supersaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 19 Suuwasseas (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 4 Amphicoelias (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Seismosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 17 Dryosaurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 4 Ornitholestes

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 2 Parasaurolophus (ones that appeared in the last episode of season 1, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 3 Incisivosaurus (ones that appeared in the third episode of season 1, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 31 Toxodons (ones that appeared in the fourth episode of season 1)
  • 1 Crassigyrinus (one that appeared in the fifth episode of season 1)
  • 8 Baby Titanosaurs (borealosaurus)
  • 7 Woolly Mammoths (in case if Martha does get isolated from her African elephant herd, with this mammoth herd, Martha will still be haply and won't be lonely)

Park's Modifications Since The Last Episode Of Season 1:

  • Flocks of Ornithomimus are now free roaming (since the park now has perfectly secured park fences around the whole place in case if any animal tries to escape).
  • Herds of African elephants and Woolly Mammoths are now allowed to roam freely since they were tamed very easily, unlike in the first season of Prehistoric Park.
  • Microraptors are now allowed to roam freely (not just in Nigel's office), since they were now "trained" to not escape from the park.
  • T-Rexes and other large carnivores are now contained in electric fences in case if the same incident as the one that happened in the final episode of the last season were to occur again.

Episode 2: The Real BunyipEdit

Australia - Middle Pleistocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 21 Diprotodons (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 16 Procoptodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 2 Thylacoleos
  • 6 Thylacines (unintentionally, but Nigel decided to keep them in the park anyway)
  • 7 Nototheriums (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 8 Euryzygomas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 10 Zygomaturus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 3 Palorchestes (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 4 Hulitheriums (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 9 Parasaurolophus (hasn't hatched yet)

Episode 3: Stranger From The OutsideEdit

Eurasia - Oligocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 Chalicotheriums (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Indricotheriums
  • 9 Embulotheriums
  • 4 Arsinoitheriums
  • 3 Entelodonts

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 9 Parasaurolophus (had finally hatched)

Episode 4: Gentle JawsEdit

European Seas - Late Jurassic

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 11 Leedsichthys (main adjective, saved from extinction by using a new underwater time portal like all other aquatic species)
  • 3 Eustreptospondylus
  • 2 Liopleurodons (unintentionally, but Nigel decided to keep liopleurodons in a seperated gigantic aquarium)
  • 5 Cryptoclidus
  • 4 Metriorhynchus
  • 6 Ophthalmosaurus

Episode 5: Land Of The GiantsEdit

Argentina - Middle Cretaceous

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 13 Argentinosaurus (main adjective, now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Giganotosaurus (main adjective)
  • 7 Macrogryphosaurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 18 Saltasaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 12 Amargasaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 2 Sarcosuchus
  • 13 Pteranodons (now kept in an aviary with all pterosaurs of the park so they won't escape)
  • 4 Ornithocheirus (now kept in an aviary with all pterosaurs of the park so they won't escape)

Episode 6: Early DaysEdit

North America - Early Eocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 Gastornis (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans and since they're herbivores)
  • 6 Uintatheriums (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Probathyopsis (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 11 Eobasileus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 19 Coryphodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 21 Barylambdas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Titanoides (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 16 Phenacodus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Eohippus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Orohippus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 8 Protorohippus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)

Episode 7: Humankind's BeginningEdit

Africa - Late Pliocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 Australopithecus (main adjective, Nigel saved 7 Australopithecus that didn't mate or survive, so Nigel gave them a second chance)
  • 8 Ancylotherium (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 6 African Sivatheriums (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Deinotheriums
  • 3 Dinofelis

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 1 Male T-Rex (for Matilda so the park could have more T-Rexes)

Episode 8: Elephant SlothsEdit

South America - Early Pleistocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 6 Glossotheriums (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 8 Mylodons (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 12 Paramylodons (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 17 Lestodons (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 13 Sxelidotheriums (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 14 Thalassocnus (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Jefferson's Ground Sloths (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Shasta Ground Sloths (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 4 Glyptotheriums (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Doedicurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 19 Macrauchenia (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 11 Stegomastodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)

Episode 9: Ice Age Mammals From The BurningEdit

North America - Late Pleistocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 11 Columbian Mammoths (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 American Mastodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 17 American common dylanuses of the extinct subspecies (which didn't survive the extinction cased by the supervolcanic eruption (started in 16,000 years B.C and ended 11,000 B.C) that killed off most of the megafauna of North America, unlike the ancestors of modern American common dylanuses, so Nigel gave this American common dylanus subspecies a second chance, also, they are now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 14 Steppe Bison (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 15 Ice Age Giant Bison (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 13 Shrub Oxen (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Dire Wolves
  • 3 Short-faced Bears

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 7 Incisivosaurus Hatchlings

Episode 10: Plant Eating CrocsEdit

North America & South America - Late Triassic

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 9 Desmatosuchus (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 3 Postosuchus (main adjective)
  • 8 Stagonolepis (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 19 Coelophysis (unintentionally and stowed away, but Nigel decided to keep them in the park)
  • 23 Plateosaurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 15 Placerias (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Eoraptors
  • 2 Herrerasaurus

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 2 Woolly Mammoth Calves
  • 9 Diplodocus Hatchlings
  • 6 Brachiosaurus Hatchlings
  • 11 Saltasaurus Hatchlings
  • 8 Camarasaurus Hatchlings
  • 7 Argentinosaurus Hatchlings

Episode 11: Lived So Close To UsEdit

Worldwide - Recent Times

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 Dodos (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Giant Moas (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Great Auks (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 12 Upland Moas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 17 Bush Moas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 15 Eastern Moas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 12 Crested Moas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 11 Quaggas (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 6 Haast's Eagles
  • 7 Stellar's Sea Cows
  • 9 Aurochs
  • 7 Bluebucks

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 4 T-Rex Hatchlings

Episode 12: Giant ClawsEdit

Mongolia - Late Cretaceous

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 6 Therizinosaurus (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 19 Saurolophus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 33 Protoceratops (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans, unless provoked)
  • 6 Gigantoraptors (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 2 Tarchias (although in this series, it is named ankylosaur instead of tarchia since ankylosaurs include all club-tailed dinosaurs)
  • 6 Prenocephales
  • 3 Shuuvias
  • 7 Mononykus
  • 8 Oviraptors
  • 4 Velociraptors

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 17 Titanosaur (Borealosaurus) Hatchlings
  • 11 Psittacosaurus

Episode 13: Real DragonsEdit

China - Late Jurassic

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 11 Yi Qus (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 14 Epidexipteryx (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 16 Scansoriopteryx (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 13 Shunosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 4 Mamenchisaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 15 Yinlongs (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 3 Guanlongs
  • 9 Jurassic Flying Squirrels (which weren't "true" squirrels at all, despite their name, but similar mammals with a similar niche)
  • 4 Jurassic Beavers (which weren't "true" beavers at all, despite their name, but similar mammals with a similar niche)

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 12 Ornithomimus Hatchlings
  • 7 Oviraptor Hatchlings
  • 14 Desmatosuchus Hatchlings
  • 11 Therizinosaurus Hatchlings
  • 9 Dodo Chicks
  • 11 Giant Moa Chicks
  • 8 Great Auk Chicks
  • 7 Upland Moa Chicks
  • 4 Eastern Moa Chicks
  • 11 Bush Moa Chicks
  • 61 Protoceratops Hatchlings
  • 7 Chalicotherium Calves
  • 5 Ancylotherium Calves
  • 11 Diprotodon Calves
  • 2 Sivatherium Calves

Episode 14: Creatures From The Old LagoonEdit

North America & Asia - Late Devonian

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 5 Tiktaaliks (main adjectives)
  • 3 Hynerias
  • 2 Dunkleosteus
  • 7 Eusthenopterons
  • 3 Acanthostegas (unintentionally, but Nigel decided to keep them as they are "unique")
  • 4 Ichthyostegas (unintentionally, but Nigel decided to keep them as they are "unique")
  • 6 Hynerpetons (unintentionally, but Nigel decided to keep them as they are "unique")

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 7 Yi Qu Hatchlings
  • 5 Guanlong Hatchlings

Episode 15: Madagascar's CannibalsEdit

Madagascar - Late Cretaceous

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 3 Majungasaurus (main adjective)
  • 8 Rahonavis (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Beelzebufos
  • 11 Rapetosaurus (now free roaming along with titanosaurs and other sauropods due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Simosuchus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)

Episode 16: Early Saber ToothEdit

Eurasia - Late Permian

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 5 Gorgonops (main adjective)
  • 31 Lystrosaurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 23 Dicynodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 17 Scutosaurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 11 Diictodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 3 Rhinesuchus

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 4 Simosuchus Hatchlings

Episode 17: Early ReptilesEdit

Kansas - Late Carboniferous

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 3 Petralacosaurus (main adjectives)
  • 2 North American Arthropleuras
  • 4 North American Meganeuras
  • 6 Proterogyrinus
  • 5 Mesothelae Spiders

Episode 18: Mega-DylanusEdit

India - Late Pleistocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 24 Indian Giant Dylanuses (main adjective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 11 Stegodons (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 6 Gigantopithecus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Palaeoloxodons (the largest land mammal on earth, being larger than the Indricotherium, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 7 Homo Floresiensis (aka, hobbits, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans, also, they are now taught by the modern human staffs of the park to not hunt any animals, so they were given domestic horse carcasses instead)

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 19 Baby Meganeuras
  • 4 Baby Arthropleuras

Episode 19: Return Of The Dino-BirdsEdit

China - Early Cretaceous

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 4 Sinornithosaurus (main adjective)
  • 7 Sinosauropteryx
  • 5 Beipiasaurus (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 9 Caudipteryx (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 6 Protarchaeopteryx (now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 2 Dilongs
  • 3 Beipiaognathus
  • 10 Jinfengopteryx
  • 8 Jeholornis
  • 11 Jixiangornis
  • 17 Sapeornis
  • 19 Confuciusornis
  • 15 Jinzhouornis
  • 13 Changchengornis
  • 18 Liaoxiornis
  • 12 Zhouornis
  • 11 Rapaxavis
  • 16 Shanweiniaos

Episode 20: Early BirdEdit

Europe - Late Jurassic

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 Archaeopteryx (main adjective)
  • 12 Rhamphorynchus
  • 8 Compsognathus
  • 4 Pterodactylus
  • 9 Wellnhoferia
  • 18 Bavarisaurus

Episode 21: Jaws Of DeathEdit

Europe - Late Jurassic

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 3 Pliosaurus Kevani (Main Objective)
  • 2 Predator X (Unintentionally But Nigel Decided to keep them In giant aquariums and separated)
  • 4 Hybodus (Unintentionally But Nigel Decided to keep them because they're "unique")

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 1 Crassigyrinus (So The First Crassigyrinus can breed)
  • 1 Deinosuchus (So The First Deinosuchus can breed)
  • 2 Leedsichthys Young
  • 4 Dunkleosteus Young

Episode 22: Africa's SecretsEdit

Africa - Middle Pliocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 South African Mammoths (Main Objective, now free roaming along with sauropods and other free roaming animals due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 5 Crocodylus Thorbjarnarsoni (Main Objective)
  • 2 Megalodon (Unintentionally But Nigel Wanted to keep them because of their size)
  • 9 African Mammoths 
  • 3 Chiligatheriums
  • 3 Homo Ergaster

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 2 Sarcosuchus Hatchlings
  • 23 Mixotoxodon
  • 12 Machruchenia Calves
  • 3 Stethacanthus (Nigel Wanted Some Strange Sharks)
  • 4 Helicoprion
  • 5 Edeustus

Episode 23: The Marsupial From South AmericaEdit

South America - Late Miocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 13 Thylacosmilus (Main Objective)
  • 3 Megatherium (Uniteninally But Nigel Decided To Keep Them due to them being "Unique")
  • 4 Cuvieronius

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 13 Crassigyrinus Hatchlings
  • 3 Deinosuchus Hatchlings
  • 2 Chiligatherium Calves
  • 3 Megalodon Young
  • 2 Lariosaurus
  • 4 Henodus
  • 12 Effigia
  • 13 Palaeocarpillius
  • 19 Avitelmessus

Episode 24: The World Of No OxygenEdit

China - Late Cambrian

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 3 Anomalocaris (Main Objective)
  • 14 Opabinia (Main Objective)

Latest Additions To The Park:

  • 12 Charnia
  • 7 Megalania
  • 3 Gavialosuchus

Episode 25: Seas of Giant KillersEdit

Egypt - Late Eocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 2 Basiliosaurus (Main Objective)
  • 17 Dorudon (Main Objective) 
  • 4 Puppigerus (Unintentionally But Nigel Decided to Keep them)
  • 3 Moeritherium (Unintentionally But Nigel Decided to keep them as being unique)
  • 11 Aturia (Main Objective)
  • 6 Heliobatis
  • 6 Eosimias

Latest Additions to the park:

  • 1 Ophthalmosaurus Young
  • 2 Titanoboa
  • 3 Deinotherium Calves
  • 4 Prodienotherium (Now Roaming along with sauropods and other creatures due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 3 Kaprosuchus
  • 2 Hippopotamus Gorgops 
  • 3 Isotelus Rex

Episode 26: Creatures Of The NightEdit

Europe - Late Pleistocene = Early Holocene

Animals Saved From Extinction:

  • 7 Vampires (Main Objective)
  • 9 Werewolves (unintentionally But Nigel Decided to Keep them, and they are kept close to the wooded area of the park)
  • 4 Woolly Rhinoceroses (Coelodonta)
  • 3 Elasmotheriums
  • 11 Tarpans (Wild horses, now Roaming along with sauropods and other creatures due to their gentle nature towards humans)
  • 13 Cave Lions
  • 9 European Sivatheres (Now Roaming along with sauropods and other creatures due to their gentle nature towards humans)

Latest Additions to the park:

  • 1 Basilosaurus Calf
  • 4 Dorudon Calves
  • 7 Titanoboa Hatchlings (hasn't hatched yet)