Common Cold Virus (S/F)

Dinosaurs are susceptible to the common cold viruses. Often they will exhibit problems in their respiratory system. It can be passed onto other animals through moisture in the air and even close contact. It’s been known to spread through herds and being indiscriminate. Dinosaur immune systems had never encountered the common cold until their resurrection by InGen‘s geneticists. Unfortunately for the dinosaur this tiny virus can create havoc in their lives. While there is no cure, cases can be reduced when the animal itself lives in a healthy environment with clean and breathable air free of pollutants.