These dudes are quite useful. But even more useful in multiplayer. If you manage to get them inside a base they can unlock doors during raids. And they can throw poop! You can also equip them with hats which looks better on them than hoomans.
I just tested this, but if you set them on wandering and throw them at a patch of bushes/bamboo shoots or whatever, they can actually gather a decent quantity of berries and seeds. Just be sure to clean their inventory so they can continue and then pick them up and throw them at a new patch of shrubs! Simple as that! Hopefully people find this useful
Turn around and walk backward about ten feet every time you feed it berries then turn back around and see which way it turns and then sneak around it, feed it berries,repeat EASY TAME (by the way remain crouched the whole time and have LOTS OF PATIENCE!!!)
If you are going to tame these they eat berries (obviously cuz it’s a monkey)
but you need to crouch and every time you feed it you need to quickly turn around and walk away for a bit or the monkey will get scared and run away. Hope this helps
First thing I tamed. Raptors jumped me I died, went back couldn't find it. Fast forward 2 MONTHS, find it in front of my house with a Rex bone helmet and a Spino egg along with some berries (I had wandering enabled). Loss of words.
You can place helmets on it too. I place my mining helmet on my monkey and use it as a source of light at my base. But you cannot see the light if the monkey is on your shoulder and your looking in first person. You can see the light in the orbital camera, While riding on another Dino in 3rd person, and when the monkey is on another persons sholder or on the ground. Hopes this comes in handy : )