Ark Paraceratherium (How to Tame, Drops, Food, Location…)
The Paraceratherium Gigamicus a docile herbivore that existed in the oligocene epoch.
A large mammal with a long neck and almost hairless body.
Very peaceful in nature the Paraceratherium is usually seen just eating leaves off tall trees.
Because of its size, it completely ignores humans even if they come in its way. Once attacked it will retaliate by trying to crush its attacker with its feet.
When tamed, the Paraceratherium is one of the preferred mounts for moving resources and equipment due to its great strength and fortitude, it can give an assurance that goods in its inventory are safe.
A massive mammalian, the Paraceratherium resembles the giraffe quite a bit but It’s actually more related to the modern day rhinoceros
Being large and intimidating, the Paraceratherim is rather peaceful and does not pose a threat to anything unless attacked.
The Paraceratherium being a large beast and it is often hunted for its resources like meat, hide and prime meat although unprepared, hunting this gentle beast can be deadly.
The Paraceratherium is a great beast of burden that can carry a lot of materials, it is a runner up to the brontosaurus with its versatility with the platform saddle. It makes up with its speed and strength.
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The Paraceratherium can transport a lot of materials across distances rather quickly with its average speed and high weight capacity as well as it can bring players as well who are on its platform.
The Paraceratherum can be a home away from home as its platform saddle can have structures built on it which also allows it to be in battles by carrying supplies and serving as a mobile crafting platform or transporting and processing resources.
With its large amount of health, the Paraceratherium can move into the front-line to push back smaller enemies as well as block attackers during battles.
Having a large health pool allows the Paraceratherium to tank a substantial amount of damage, this makes it capable of soaking turrets, especially when a strong saddle is equipped.
How to Tame Paraceratherium?
A quick way to tame the Paraceratherium would be to trap it which you can simply do with four gateways.
First place 3 gateways as if you were forming a box but slightly bigger for the Paraceratherium to fit.
Head inside the unfinished box and start shooting at the Paraceratherium in order to draw it towards you but make sure to get it to follow the path leading into the box.
Once the Paraceratherium is inside the box, run around and place the fourth gateway to block off its exit.
Once the Paraceratherium is trapped, you and your tribe may begin knocking it out with your tranquilizing weapons.
As for a last resort if going to high ground is not ideal, the Paraceratherium can be immobilized by a large bear trap, allowing you to safely attack it once it has sprung the trap.
- Superior Kibble
- Mejo Berries
- Other Berries
Paraceratherium Saddle crafting resources:
- 200 × Hide
- 110 × Fiber
- 10 × Metal Ingot
Paraceratherium Platform Saddle
Paraceratherium Platform crafting resources:
- 320 × Hide
- 200 × Fiber
- 70 × Metal Ingot
- 45 x Silica Pearls
- 25 x Cementing Paste
After mating, the Parceratherium will gestate then will give birth to a baby Paraceratherium.
Resources Harvested From Paraceratherium Body
- Raw Meat
- Raw Prime Meat
Paraceratherium can be found on the Aberration and Valguero map.
The Paraceratherium is usually found on swamp lands or the redwood forest.
Maps where there are Paraceratherium:
- The Island
- The Center
- Scorched Earth
Paraceratherium Spawn Location:
The following are spawn maps where the Paraceratherium can be found
The Island: https://ark.gamepedia.com/Spawn_Map_(The_Island)
The Center: https://ark.gamepedia.com/Spawn_Map_(The_Center)
Scorched Earth: https://ark.gamepedia.com/Spawn_Map_(Scorched_Earth)
Aberration Paraceratherium Spawn Location: The Aberrant Paraceratherium only spawns in the Aberration map.
The Paraceratherium is one of the few land creatures that has a platform saddle e though it currently lacks in size compared to larger creatures, it makes up for its speed and flexibility.
They are preferred by most caravan tribes that transport goods across large distances and move quicker than most creatures that can handle a lot of weight.
The Paraceratherium is also more efficient when it comes to taming, using less resources to be tamed as well as easy to be trapped.
A combination of size and speed, this creature can be put to good use depending on the needs of the tribe that owns it.