Really, their taming strategy is similar to their bigger counterparts, Gigantopithicus. All you have is: Step 1: Get a mejoberry plant, and get it to produce max berries. Step 2: Find a meso. They tend to hang around dangerous areas, so be careful. They enjoy hanging around beaches where there IS jungle behind. Step 3: Eliminate all danger in the area before starting. Step 4: Crouch and put the mejoberries in your hot bar. Now switch to the mejoberries. Step 5: Walk behind the meso, and feed it once. Walk backwards and see which way it turns. Whenever you feed it or it stops walking, walk backwards and see what direction it turns. Go behind it again. Step 5: Repeat step 4 until it's tamed. Step 6: Once it's tamed, if your base is really far away, put it on a rock, whistle stop, and go back home. Request your meso when you're there. If your base isn't that far away, and no danger is in your way, pick up your meso and whistle stop. Walk back home. Step 7: Name your meso, and I reccomend setting it on wander in your house. Step 8: Congrats! You tamed a meso! Tip: These guys drop human poop instead of small animal poop. 2nd Tip: They have an attack when they throw poop at creatures and/or people. Way to insult your friends and annoying creatures! Please ^ if this was helpful!
These monkeys are one of the easiest shoulder pets to get all you have to do is sneek up to them with berries or kibble in your hotbar and feed them and they have a special ability to throw poop at you enemy's and disable the sprint for a couple minutes while takeing damage.
I tamed 37 of these with mejoberries. No crouching or crawling or even ghillie. Just simply feed ONE dodo kibble or be very careful and approach from behind. They are an adorable tame, and can equip hats!
Didnt have gili on just used pron and cralwed next to him every time he got hungry just remember to crawl behind after u feed him if he stops and snifs that means hes gona run if he dosent see u he will notice your smell if u get close to him
This has to be one of the best shoulder mounts (like as a normal shoulder mount not like a ferox that transforms) because of their poop throwing power enemy dinos and players usually have difficulty getting away and they also are great for raiding because they can unlock doors and probably won't be seen
A few minutes ago I tried to tame a monkey ( I know that monkey is not what it is called but I call it that because it’s way easier to spell)and I knocked the monkey unconscious but then I realized it’s a passive tame so I waited forever but when it woke up I tried to feed it but it ran away so I basically waisted 30 minutes waiting for a monkey to wake up just to escape me