First day it was released, started a new character made a stone house boat and headed north. Was docked, taming a direwolf. Suddenly it drops from a cliff with 3 carnos. They surrounded my boat and wiped me in three minutes. If you see the buff, gtfo.
They spawn in the snow biome and always spawn with 3 Carnos as allies if your on a tame it can make the tame go out of control and you won't be able to control it affects almost all dinos when tamed you can Ally wild Carnos for a short period of time but the roar if used to much will put your Dino to sleep
Be ready to run into these guys a lot while in the snow biome. Keep your distance if you don't have a decent army built up yet. Lower levels can be downed by some well placed shotgun blasts, just be careful when you engage. If it scares your tames its possible they'll fall right off the icy cliffs into the sea where they'll be devoured by sharks. Its either focus your attention on the yuty and get shredded by the carnos or focus on its carno lackeys and risk all your tames being scared off.
This can screw up an Arctic exploration, especially if flying because the fear makes your bird go in RANDOM DIRECTIONS, while using stamina. If this is your first Yuty find, remember that the roar radius is bigger than you think.
If you flying around in the snow on your 200 pteranodon, and you see this and think you can barrel roll a couple of times and kill it, dont even go near. One roar and youll wet the bed you wake up in when you respawn.
I use an argy pack to farm alphas/thyla claws/spino sails. When encountering yuty send 5 good argys at it while staying out of range and they will shred it. Watch out for gigas while farming the north. A level 15 giga 2 hit killed an argy with 10k hps.
Fun to tame and hard to kill,.can recruit alpha carno. Best way to kill is with allosaurs, the bleed can separate it from the carnos. This is very useful for taming, as long as you don't find another, they kill each other when wild.
Maximum size of creatures it can fear roar is rexes, which are just as hard to tame