In a group they attack, individual they run. Pick the lone wolf and lead it by facing the way you want it to go and trap it against a wall or rock or a safe place. No missed shots, no wasted resources, and a easy Morrelatops tame.
Probably your first tame besides the jerboa. Boomerangs work wonders to knock out. Wait to single out one then knock out in a corner and then use berries. Great for water storage, berry gathering, thatch, and wood!
If you come across a low level Morrelatops on its own, you can easily down it using roughly 10 arrows, no misses. If you do miss, it's okay, if the area is rocky enough and you're fast, you can punch it when it gets stuck.
If you find yourself against a herd of these, just keep backing up and using your boomerangs, trans arrows, and slingshots. Both the primary and secondary attacks have a delay before they actually deal damage, and they have to stop moving first, so if you keep backpedaling they won't be able to hit you.
Typically they will run directly the way you are facing when you attack them. You can use that to your advantage by running it into rocks or a mountain side. Be careful if taking on a group! They are faster then they look by far. They have a good topar timer so dropping multiple at once and taming thdm all is not too difficult.
These are the best beginner tame if you are ever thirst tame one camel and keep it by you.These guys don’t attack when they’re alone.And only when there is another one by it’s side .So find a lone Camel and your golden