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How do I tame a basilosaurus? Tips and strategies on taming and knocking out a basilosaurus. Ride dolphin or manta, water creature won't attack you while riding a water dino, then go near basilo feed it, Don't unride or you'll see your self dying, put food on your hot bar then click it when near basilo u can feed basilo without unriding.Is the Basilosaurus good in Ark Survival Evolved?
The Basilosaurus offers a ton of benefits to Ark: Survival Evolved players who tame it as a mount. While it's far from being the fastest sea creature in the game, it is one of the most durable and powerful. The Basilosaurus is immune to shocks and grabs, making it a stellar counter to Cnidaria and Tusoteuthis.What is the Basilosaurus solatiumfecit?
March 2, 2020 Michael James ARK: Survival Evolved Guides The Basilosaurus Solatiumfecit is a water creature that was first seen during the late Eocene period and has a piscivore diet along with a passive temperament. This creature appears to have similarities with other modern whale-like creatures although it seems to be limited to shallow waters.What is a wild Basilosaurus?
This creature appears to have similarities with other modern whale-like creatures although it seems to be limited to shallow waters. A wild Basilosaurus does not attack humans nor will it fight back but usually there will be other sea creatures following it that will attack those who harm it.