-10 points   ⚔️ Encountering       Report

You may be intimidated by their large size, but wild Spinos honestly won't attack you as long as you don't get to close. They have a very close range of detection for food, but once they do see you, they will follow you for a long time. They also tend to run in large circles and change direction when you are trying to shoot them. That's not such a big deal though since their are no multipliers for headshots on a Spino. Finally, a Spino will move faster in the water than you or most dinos that aren't a sarco. So running to the water to try and lose them isn't very viable.

More Spinosaurus Encountering Tips