Not hard to tame but definitely hard to find especially on the island if you have a decent level Basilio or mosaurus it won’t be much. But alphas are something to be a bit cautious about. They can snap any creature very fast.
When Ark says that the unicorn is the rarest creature. That’s a lie. At least the unicorn spawns. This thing is supposed to. I have spent the last week living in a pearl cave in their spawn hotspot and have not seen evidence of a single one. Reply to me @Tofuna
Use a Mosa to tame this beast. Let the Mosa get grabbed wait a couple seconds get off feed it black pearls. Have your mosa on follow lowest, swim a bit away from the Tuso after feeding it, when the Tuso lets go the Mosa will swim to you. Repeat until Tuso it tamed. Super easy!
You need two people, one for feeding the black pearls and the other to feed the turtle that is in the grasp of the Tusoteuthis, with sweet vegetable cake for the health and to feed it stimulates berries as well
For the ones saying they are rare and can’t find them they obviously didn’t actually take the time to look. Whenever I go around the whole ocean for red drops I always encounter at least 3-4 of them. So don’t be one of those guys. Take your time and actually use your eyes. Also if you’re going to fast like on a plesi mosa or ichthy then they could possibly not render in time. So take it slow and never sit still for too long.
The tuso is the titan of the sea,the mosa is the giga of the sea(with out rage),the pleaseo is the bronto of the sea,the dolphin is the carnivore type of equus of the sea,the sarco is the kapro of the sea,the dunky is the carnivore turtle of the sea,the fish is the pig of the sea, the piranah is the raptor of the sea and the mega piranah is the alpha raptor of the sea.
When attacking, use Basilosaurus whales, they cannot be grabbed, be aware that once low health, the squid will flee and emit ink, and debuff you by making all nearby creatures aggro you. I almost lost a 265 basilosaurus to 4 dunkleos and 10 megalos that boxes me into a star formation.