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Gallimimus Ark: How to tame it, location… All about this dinosaur

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In Ark: Survival Evolved, the Gallimimus is one of the fastest land dinosaurs in the game. Often mistaken from afar for certain carnivorous reptiles, he is nevertheless very passive, relying mainly on his high speed to overcome his opponents by seeding them. It makes an excellent travel companion and in this guide we explain the most important things you need to know about this dinosaur.

Where can you find Gallimimus in Ark?

THE Gallimimus is a very territorial herbivorous dinosaur: you can find it almost everywhere, no matter which island you are on. It is an exclusively terrestrial animal, it is not a very good swimmer and cannot fly. It is often confused with some well-known Carnivores, but its fast speed will clear your mind of all doubts when you encounter it.

THE Gallimimus is not hostile, in fact it is rather docile. It will never attack another creature or the Survivor, and when attacked it simply flees until it leaves its opponents behind without ever attempting to confront them. His speed also makes him one of the best long runners capable of outsmarting most of his opponents starting with you.

Ark: Survival Evolved

Peculiarities of Gallimimus in Ark

  • Explorer: THE Gallimimus is one of the fastest dinosaurs in Ark, he can roam vast areas in no time and all without taking too many risks as few predators can match him in terms of speed
  • Trip : Thanks to its rather generous size, this dinosaur can carry up to two passengers (in addition to the rider), making it a favorite ally for moving players between two points, much more discreetly than a Quetzal !
  • Tirailleur: Since it can carry a total of three players on its back, the Gallimimus is a great way to harass your enemies by carrying weapons and firing from its back. Not only do you deal good damage, but no one can catch you!

Taming: how to tame the Gallimimus?

Taming one Gallimimus is relatively easy, the hardest part is managing to immobilize it without killing it. This dinosaur is indeed very frightened and will flee at the slightest hostility, making taming it quite difficult at times if you don’t have the ability to counter its extremely fast running speed. The easiest way to tame him is to trap him in rocks or on a cliff before shooting some of them Arrows tranquilizers. He is not very resistant, attacking him head-on (and especially in the head) can kill him in a few shots, be careful!

Ark: Survival Evolved

It should also be mentioned that, as with many dinosaurs, it is recommended that the Gallimimus in a tem room before he wakes up so he doesn’t escape during the tame period. It is absolutely not required, but highly recommended: it is a very fast dinosaur once it walks, it can run away and you will have a hard time returning it to its destination if you notice it too late.

In terms of food, Herbivorous by nature, this creature especially loves Simple croquettes and from mejoberry :

Simple kibble

Simple recipe for croquettes:

– 1x Boiled fish meat
– 1x Egg Klein
5x fibres
5x mejoberry
2x Carrot
– Water

→ 11 simple kibble required for a level 150 Gallimimus

→ Time to tame it: ~11min44s


→ 138 Mejoberry required for a level 150 Gallimimus

→ Time to tame it: ~1h22min48s

How to Grow Gallimimus?

The reproduction of Gallimimus 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 Gallimimus lies one Gallimimus egg. This can be eaten by the player or used for crafting Simple croquettesbut to give birth to a small one Gallimimus you have to hatch the egg by placing it on the ground and provide it with acceptable conditions for the development of the young.

Ark: Survival Evolved

In case of Gallimimus, her egg hatched in about 1h25min after being incubated under the right conditions. It needs a temperature that fluctuates between 24 and 28°C to hatch, otherwise 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.

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