You tame them by droping ferti eggs from your inv on the ground. You need to do so when the snake is not aggroed, so sit on a rex or smthing it wont attack. Be sure to drop them from your inventory, not from dino ones, that will make it bugged, it wont eat. To a lvl 20 Rex egg gives 29% on 2x event, bronto 26.7% and giga and wyvern the same, looks like all the big eggs give approxymately the same amount.. so dont waste the best you have ? If they get aggroed on you just run away and return, taming wont drop. Happy taming!
If u are in ark mobile ( like me ) and u want to get titnboa eggs make a small room without a floor pick a female with an argy and drop it in the room and get the eggs (sorry if there was any grammar mistakes)
-Build a trap wooden, 3x3, 3 walls high (with entrance ramps if pve) just out side of swamp.
-Drop or lure Titanoboa inside.
-Fly up untill out of render distance to stop agro
-Fly back down, hover above (not too close)
-Drop eggs 2 - 3 at a time from your inventory not tames.
If you need a crap load of hide or raw meat, or a little prime meat, walk up to one of these anacondas. You start walking backward and punching and they get very little damage. This method got me a raptor and parasaur saddle in 15 minutes. I was also laughing my head off at how easy it is to KO these guys. If you’re aiming for a tame, they are passive tames, won’t work if you punch them.
When taming the Titanboa, firstly build a taming pen (google ideas if needed), drop a titanboa into pen. After this you can sit on top of the pen and throw eggs in front of Titanboa every ??minutes (depends on egg used for taming). Use an egg timer lol
Uhhh... Why has no one talked about how they can go through closed doors & windows!? I just tried twice to put a snake in my taming pen that has reinforced doors & windows & it slipped out of the CLOSED windows both times before dying to my plant x.
For a lvl 55 a Dimetredon egg gives 3.2% tame. Thank god I also brought Rex and quetz eggs. It seems to slow down during night, it wholly paused eating and curled itself up at 93%. The second the sun came up, it started eating again.