In Ark: Survival Evolved, the Carbonemys is one of the most common and commonplace dinosaurs out there. You will encounter them very often, from your first steps on the island. She is an excellent swimmer, but also a powerful ally when it comes to taking heavy damage, in addition to being able to carry many resources at once. Finally, even if it’s not particularly impressive Carbonemys is a favorite ally, and in this guide we explain the most important things you need to know about this dinosaur.
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Where can you find Carbonemys in Ark?
Over there Carbonemys is a completely peaceful herbivorous dinosaur that spends its time roaming around the beaches of the island you are on. It is an extremely slow land animal on dry land, but when the Carbonemys begins to swim she is clearly in her element. It takes the form of a huge turtle, impossible to miss!
Over there Carbonemys is not hostile, in fact it is very docile. He will never attack another creature or the Survivor, but if attacked he will retaliate with powerful jaw thrusts, so watch out.
Peculiarities of the Carbonemys in Ark
- tanks: Over there Carbonemys is really a tank, it can take a lot of damage without effort and in that sense it is an ally of choice to distract certain dinosaurs while taming them (the Tusoteuthis Remarkable). It also serves as an ideal distraction from attacking fortifications, as it drains the enemy’s ammunition without dying, after which you can launch the attack without fear.
- transport: This dinosaur is also known for its amazing ability to store lots of parts without losing too much speed, regardless of the terrain. It can carry many things, but its noticeable slowness means you have to shield it or carry it with another dino.
- Harvest : Over there Carbonemys is very effective in harvesting Berriesby Branches and even from Drink
- Fighter: While offensively not very effective on land, in the water Carbonemys is a powerful fighter that can take on some of the most terrifying dinosaurs (including the Megalodon). In this sense, it is very useful for beginners who do not yet have access to more powerful aquatic creatures.
Taming: how to tame the Carbonemys?
Taming one Carbonemys is relatively easy, the hardest part is managing to immobilize it without taking too much damage for it. Indeed, this dinosaur is only vulnerable at the level of the head, so you will have no interest in attacking it head-on. The easiest way to tame him is to shoot some of them Arrows tranquilizers in the head, or to appeal to one Pulmonary corpus.
In terms of food, Herbivorous by nature, this creature especially loves Ordinary kibble and from mejoberry :
Regular kibble recipe:
– 1x Dried meat
– 1x Medium egg
– 5x fibres
– 2x But
– 2x Potato
→ 16 regular chunks required for a level 150 Carbonemys
→ Time to tame it: ~12min48s
→ 107 Mejoberry required for a level 150 Parasaur
→ Time to tame it: ~32min06s
How to reproduce the Carbonemys?
The reproduction of the Carbonemys requires the presence of a male and a female of this species.
Randomly and at a rate of about one egg every 18 to 48 hours, the female Carbonemys lies one Carbonemy’s Egg. This can be eaten by the player or used for crafting Ordinary kibblebut to give birth to a small one Carbonemys you have to hatch the egg by placing it on the ground and provide it with acceptable conditions for the development of the young.
In the case of the Carbonemys, her egg hatched in about 1h14min after being incubated under the right conditions. It needs a temperature between 30 and 34°C to hatch or it will lose health. It is also interesting to know that the incubation time can be reduced by up to 20% if the egg is placed in an incubator set at the ideal temperature.