First of all, keep in mind that this is NOT a knockout tame, you need to put one of its taming foods in your last item slot (berries are the easiest, and I’m pretty sure mejoberries are it’s preferred berry) then, you slowly walk up to it from behind and feed it, as its eating the food, you will get the option to mount it. Once you are riding it, feed it every time it stops running around and tries to buck you off, repeat this over and over until it’s finally tamed. Also, try not to mess up and get bucked off, because the taming percentage will drop at light speed as soon as you do.
Also, before you start taming it in the middle of nowhere, I recommend that you first grab it with a flyer like an argentavis, then drop it in a Dino gate enclosure, If you don’t trap it, it’ll most likely take you on a trip over to the nearest raptor pack. After you trap it, you may need to leave it alone for a few minutes until it finally calms down, then tame away to your hearts content, Hope this helps! :)
This is a true story. The story of the Seven Deaths. Once, I was out hunting with my Raptor, Killer, and we came back to see a Spinosaurus swimming up the river by my house. I ran and attacked it, lowering its health until it died. Then, ANOTHER one came up and attacked me off guard. I had to retreat, and I though my dinosaurs could kill it, but when I came back, seven of my dinosaurs were dead. I saw The Spinosaurus running up the mountain, and I chased it up until it ran right towards a cliff, and it turned around and charged at me, but I fired about 50 arrows at it, sending it running again. It charged past my base, and into the ocean, swimming away, never to be seen again...
If you are starter tame an otter it will give you silica peral by killing fish it will give 1 for 1 fish but good for a starter if you didn’t see a silica on the beaches send him to kill and bring silica and it can tame by raw meat or fish meat. Sorry for my bad English but enjoy the silica and otter
I discovered it’s easier to tame a archy first then go find a equus, pick it up and take it back to a pen. That sounds dumb I know but it’s a guarantee tame success. The amount of times I have had them get eaten or run off a cliff drove me to this solution.