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Amargasaurus Egg
Amargasaurus Egg (Lost Island).png
Tremendously nourishing by itself, this egg provides superior nutritional value in many cooking recipes.
Consumable (values pertain to Humans)
Type
Food
100
Health
100
Stamina
100
Egg size
Spoils in
8d
Weight
13.0
Stack size
100
Decomposes in
30m
Added in
Spawn Command
cheat gfi Egg_Amargasaurus 1 0 0
or
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/LostIsland/Dinos/Amargasaurus/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Amargasaurus.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Amargasaurus'" 1 0 0
Variant Fertilized Amargasaurus Egg
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'Game/LostIsland/Dinos/Amargasaurus/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Amargasaurus_Fertilized.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Amargasaurus_Fertilized'" 1 0 0

The Amargasaurus Egg is one of the Eggs in the Lost Island DLC of ARK: Survival Evolved. It can be used to make  Superior Kibble.

Overview[]

Amargasaurus Egg (Lost Island)s are randomly dropped by  Amargasaurus. They can be eaten or used to make  Superior Kibble for taming  Allosaurus,  Argentavis,  Castoroides, ,  Daeodon,  Dire Bear,  Direwolf,  Dunkleosteus,  Gasbags,  Mammoth,  Megalodon,  Megalosaurus,  Megatherium,  Paraceratherium,  Plesiosaur,  Snow Owl,  Tapejara, and  Woolly Rhino.

After two  Amargasaurus mate, the resulting egg can be hatched into a baby  Amargasaurus.

Grabbing an egg in the presence of wild  Amargasaurus will cause them to become hostile and attack the survivor.

Incubation

Disambig.png Main article: Incubation

The Amargasaurus Egg (Lost Island) takes 4h 59m 58.56s to hatch. It must be in the temperature range of 26 to 29 °C / 79 to 84 °F to successfully hatch, otherwise it will start to lose  Health. The female  Amargasaurus needs between 18h and 2d before having the capacity to lay eggs again. The incubation time can be reduced by up to 20% if the egg is placed in an  Egg Incubator at the ideal temperature.


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