What are plesiosaurs good for in Ark?

Much like the Brontosaurus on land, Plesiosaur is an excellent way to transport large quantities of goods over water. These powerful creatures are in fact so large that they can be used as mobile water bases. Ambitious tribes sometimes build bunkers right onto the backs of Plesiosaur instead of building cargo ships.

How do you tame a Plesiosaur in Ark?

Taming one is not too difficult. A high level won’t take too many tranq to knock out. When it’s knocked out, feeding it a soothing balm will allow u to tame it quickly, even with regular raw meat. Don’t forget to separate the plesiosaur u want from others in the area.

Can you breed Plesiosaur in Ark?

Although Plesiosaur are considered to be reptiles, when two of them mate, the female will gestate and later on give birth to a Baby Plesiosaur.

Where do plesiosaurs spawn on Ragnarok?

Go to viking bay, where the two rocks almost form a bridge. Swim out from that, following the ocean floor. You’ll find them.

Can Plesiosaur walk land?

“Scientists have long known that the bodies of plesiosaurs were not well suited to climbing onto land and laying eggs in a nest [like dinosaurs].

How many tranq arrows does it take to knock out a Plesiosaur?

Best guess is you need about 55-60 tranq harpoons to do the trick.

When did the plesiosaurs go extinct?

66 million years ago
Finally extinct Plesiosaurs thrived during the Jurassic and Cretaceous. Some evolved into the short-necked, large-headed pliosaurs, such as the enormous Predator X. They died out 66 million years ago, along with the dinosaurs.

What Kibble does megatherium?

What does a Megatherium eat? In ARK: Survival Evolved, the Megatherium eats Superior Kibble, Megalania Kibble, Giant Bee Honey, Raw Mutton, Raw Prime Meat, Cooked Lamb Chop, Cooked Prime Meat, Raw Prime Fish Meat, Raw Meat, Mejoberry, Cooked Meat, Berries, Raw Fish Meat, Cooked Prime Fish Meat, and Cooked Fish Meat.

What eats simple Kibble?

Simple Kibble is used to tame the Archaeopteryx, Diplocaulus, Gallimimus, Giant Bee, Ichthyosaurus, Iguanodon, Megaloceros, Morellatops, Pachy, Triceratops, and the Raptor.