Don't like getting titanoba eggs your self drop this little dude in the swamp and follow it with a argy or quetzal and when it manages to get a egg swoop it up and you got your self a titanoba egg with out any harm done to you
Note that oviraptors do NOT collect the eggs of your (tribe's) tames. Oviraptors are useful because they will collect wild eggs and will allow you to pick them up without aggro-ing any nearby dinos.
To use them, set them to passive and following you/your flyer, drop them near the egg, fly closer to it, then pick your oviraptor up after it snatches the egg. Fly to a safe place (if you're in dangerous territory) to collect the egg!
These things are really useful for mass kibble production as they provide an egg buff. Also you should probably load em up with wood if you don't want them to move, unless you have a riduclous maze of Dino pens like me XD
Seems very useless when your a noob but this is a really good Dino to tame. Many buffs for it higher chances of getting dodo feathers, eggs, mutations in fertile eggs, and there’s much more tame this Dino and keep her/him safe from RAPTORS. Honestly tame it up.vote so people can see how great this Dino is!
Glitches out of pens and gates. But will stay put if you put it in a 1x2 room. Put trapdoor in ceiling and ladder inside and out so you can get in to feed it. Mine has been on wander in 1x2x1 room attached to my dodo hut since tame. Hasn't gotten loose.
These buggers may be hard to tame but if you get a pair, you can breed fairly effective, small unit fighters similar in usefulness to Dilos except they have no spit but run VERY fast and attack while on the run.
They prefer ovi eggs over all other eggs. They aren’t insta tame but they keep the effiency up by about 45%. Wanna know how I started to tame my female? I got her in by taking her egg, knocked her out, fed her her egg, then rolled in the bronto eggs. Lol.