How do you use Archaeopteryx in Ark?


  1. When holding on to the Archaeopteryx, the user will not fall to the ground but will instead slowly descend as if they were using a parachute.
  2. The Archaeopteryx can be carried before riding a flying creature and will still function the same way if the survivor dismounts in the air.

What does an Archaeopteryx do in Ark?

Can be used to glide while carrying. The Archaeopteryx (Ar-KAY-op-ter-ix) or Archa is one of the Creatures in ARK: Survival Evolved.

What do you need to tame an Archaeopteryx in Ark?

Taming an Archaeopteryx is no simple task, as it will immediately flee when approached, and once knocked out, it prefers to eat rare insect matter. What does a Archaeopteryx eat? In ARK: Survival Evolved, the Archaeopteryx eats Simple Kibble, Pelagornis Kibble, and Chitin.

What does the Archaeopteryx eat?

What did Archaeopteryx eat? Not much is known about Archaeopteryx’s diet. However, it was a carnivore and may have eaten small reptiles, amphibians, mammals, and insects. It likely seized small prey with just its jaws, and may have used its claws to help pin larger prey.

How do you glide with Microraptor?

Once your pteras stamina is full you can hop back on. Never need to land in dangerous areas again. Hit X (on Xbox controller) to stop and start glide.

Can a Microraptor knock you off a Rex?

After a certain size of tame, you cannot be knocked off your mount by things such as Microraptor, Kapro, Purlovia, Raptor. So yes, a Rex you are safe.

Is Archaeopteryx a raptor?

Mounting evidence shows famous fossil more closely related to Velociraptor. Analysis of fossil traits suggests that Archaeopteryx is not a bird at all.

What is the first bird?

Archaeopteryx is considered by many to be the first bird, being of about 150 million years of age. It is actually intermediate between the birds that we see flying around in our backyards and the predatory dinosaurs like Deinonychus.

What did Archaeopteryx look like?

Archaeopteryx was a primitive bird with feathers, but its fossilised skeleton looks more like that of a small dinosaur. It was about the size of a magpie. Unlike modern birds it had a full set of teeth, a long bony tail and three claws on its wing which may have been used for grasping branches.