If you find a low level and you have a stone axe and a bow with some arrows, you can kill them for early game hide and keratin! It's very good for when you need to get a lot of hide early game, and you can't just kill everything in sight for it. Same with the keratin, you can't just kill a bunch of stegos for it and harvest it with a wolf or something. They are very good for early game hide grinding for parasaur saddles, stego, trike or raptor saddles, and more. -ThornTheRex
Create the ultimate turtle breeding group. Call yourself the turtle god. Put your mega tortols in aggressive, pick it up with quetzal, drop these babies on other tribe's turrets.
You now have the ultimate turret soaker. Let all other players feel the wrath of the turtle god. Your power is limitless, your defense is unfathomable, they shall all bow before your might. You are turtle god, bullet's demise, the ultimate waster of resources, who would dare defy you?
The carbonemys is perhaps one of the best creatures to tame in the early game, and provides decent protection against dilos and lone raptors. The carbonemys can easily be knocked out with a slingshot, and even a survivor with base movement speed can outrun one, making it one of the easiest tames for the early game. Not only can it carry a lot, it can be used a bait for taming (or escaping) big carnivores that would love to eat you and you (amazing pink dodo) for a snack.
Amazing for early game
Can carry lots of stuff
An easy source of meat, keratin, hide, and XP for early game players