In Ark: Survival Evolved, theHesperornis is a very small creature that is a priori useless and completely harmless and nevertheless has a certain interest for the seasoned tamers. The main peculiarity is to be an excellent fisherman but also an excellent source of experience points for the other dinosaurs thanks to the Hesperornis eggs and to Hesperornis eggs in it goldin addition to being able to be killed to generate Polymer biological, a very useful part. In this guide we explain the most important things you need to know about this little bird.
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Where to find Hesperornis in Ark?
On Lost Island and most other areas worldwide, theHesperornis can be found quite commonly near all coasts of the island. It does not fly and tends to alternate between phases on land and phases in water.
This is a small, duck-like bird that absolutely ignores all dinosaurs and survivors. On the other hand, if you pass him a little too close or try to attack him, he will act hostile towards you. It’s also worth noting that the damage he deals increases when he’s in the water, choose your timing wisely to attack him!
Peculiarities of Hesperornis in Ark
- fishing : I’Hesperornis is one of the best fishermen in the game, as he has the ability to instantly kill any fish he encounters. Coupled with the fact that he doesn’t like these raw foods, this makes him a great way to get his hands on such resources.
- Polymer farm: If you a HesperornisYou get organic polymer, a useful component in many ways. By creating a farm Hesperornisso that you can generate as many organic polymer that you wish
- egg farm: Regular females Hesperornis lay eggs Eggs from Hesperornissometimes even in the form ofEggs of Hesperornis in gold. The interesting thing is that these eggs can be used to give a bonus to the experience of certain small dinosaurs, or to create Simple croquettes very useful for taming many dinosaurs. Finally, if you have a Hesperornis egg in cooking pot suspendedit produces Oiland again you will need it sooner or later
Taming: how do you tame the Hesperornis?
Taming one Hesperornis is particularly simple because it is done passively: you have to kill fish and feed them to the fishHesperornis that you desire. There are many techniques to keep him from running away, and creating a small enclosure seems to be the most effective of them all.
- Attention : Don’t try to tame a Hesperornis by being violent towards him, if only with Arrows tranquilizers. It wouldn’t make sense unlike many other dinosaurs.
I’Hesperornis is most powerful in the water, so try to tame it when it’s on land (or at least not in contact with water) to limit the damage it can do to you. In addition, it is also worth noting that salmon corpses allow faster taming of this bird, although this is not mandatory.
When it comes to food, due to its water-eating nature, this creature eats on its own Fish, meat, nothing else at all. So the taming is done with a different food than the one to which it is used (the Fishing dead), be sure to tell the difference.
How to breed Hesperornis?
The reproduction of theHesperornis requires the presence of a male and a female of this species.
Randomly and at the rate of one egg every 18 to 48 hours or so after going into the water and eating 5 Fishing before returning to dry land the female Hesperornis lies one Egg of Hesperornissome sometimes and very random one Egg of Hesperornis gold. The player can eat these eggs or use them for crafting croquettes simpleby Oil or to feed smaller dinosaurs (Dilophosaurus, Company, Troodon), but to give birth to a baby Hesperornis, you need to hatch the egg by placing it on the ground and providing it with acceptable conditions for the baby’s development.
In the case of theHesperornis, her egg hatched in about 1h31min after being incubated under the right conditions. It needs a temperature that fluctuates between 22 and 30°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.