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Jurassic Marsh - Day 25 is the twenty-fifth level of Jurassic Marsh in Plants vs. Zombies 2. The Ankylosaurus is introduced in this level. After completing this level, the player receives a money bag.
- This level is very hard because of the ankylosaurus. The ankylosaurus is arguably the toughest dinosaur, matching the power of the pterodactyl. The ankylosaurus acts like a stationary Mecha-Football Zombie, but also pushes zombies. What makes this powerful, however, is that it can push zombies to the second column to the house. Plants will be pushed back, and if the lane is full of plants, a plant will be knocked off stage.
- Do not plant expensive plants near the house in this level, or any other level with ankylosaurus, the ankylosaurus will likely push it off stage. Additionally, Red Stinger, if the player has it, is not recommended, as its powerful state requires to be put close to the house.
- Ground plants used to stop the Ankylosaurus, but this has been changed in the 4.4.1 update with the exception of Cactus, resulting in making the level much harder.
- The small number next to the zombie icon means that zombie will always appear in that lane, with 1 being the topmost lane and 5 being the bottommost one.
|Waves||Non-dynamic zombies||Ambush zombies||Dinosaurs||Note(s)|
|2||1 3 5||None||1||400%/7 Plant Food|
|3||1 2 4 4 5 5||None||4||First flag|
|4||1 3 5 5 2 4||None||3|
|6||4 1 1 4 4||None||4||Second flag; 100% Plant Food|
|8||1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5||None||1 3 5||300%/7 Plant Food|
|9||1 1 3 3 5 5||None||None||Final flag|
- Created by RaidingParty
This strategy can beat the level without Plant Food, premium content, premium plants, or losing any lawn mowers.
- Suggested plants:
The goal setup is two columns of Primal Sunflowers, a column of Primal Wall-nuts, and a column of Celery Stalkers a tile ahead of them.
Ignore both the T.Rex and the ankylosaurus at the beginning and instead build your Primal Sunflowers and especially the Celery Stalker line (do not let them harm any zombies however). To deal with the ankylosaurus, plant a Primal Wall-nut at the first column and keep healing it as the ankylosaurus sends a zombie and a Jurassic Conehead over to it. Kill the zombie the T.Rex rushes with a Chili Bean and leave all other zombies (including the ankylosaurus') unharmed and trapped with Primal Wall-nuts. If you let time expire into the first huge wave, the first ankylosaurus will leave without launching anymore zombies.
Charm the second ankylosaurus that appears as soon as it does. For the rest of the ankylosaurus, until the Perfume-shroom recharges, you can stymie them by just dropping a Primal Wall-nut in the eight column and a Primal Potato Mine behind it. If Primal Wall-nut is recharging, use any other plant such as Chili Bean, Celery Stalker, or even Primal Sunflower until it is ready. Stray zombies will be killed by the Celery Stalker traps at the front line, but use Chili Bean and other plants to pick off threats to them such as loose Jurassic Imps or pairs of armored zombies.
When the raptor trio appears at the end, charm one of them and blow up most of the other zombies with Cherry Bomb after they are kicked forward. Finish off the remaining zombies for the final wave.