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Osteoglossum ferreirai
Black arowana
Added in
Lakes & Ponds

The Arowana is a species of passive animal in Green Hell added in V.0.1

Basic Info[edit | edit source]

Arowana are freshwater fish, they have a quite large elongated body covered with large grey scales. Arowana can be found swimming in the clear waters of lakes and ponds located around rainforest.

They can be caught using a stick fish trap or a spear. Once dead, the arowana can be harvested for two raw Arowana Meat and four fish bones.

The meat then can be cooked, smoked or dried and eaten. The fish bones can be used to remove worms.

Harvest[edit | edit source]

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Arowana Arowana Meat Fish Bone

To pick a Arowana from a Stick Fish Trap and place it in your backpack, press E.
If you used a Spear, to collect the Arowana from the spear press E.

References[edit | edit source]

For information pertaining specifically to the real-world Arowana, see the relevant Wikipedia article

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Update History[edit | edit source]

Version Changes
V.0.3.5 Fixed - Fish killed by bow, triggered blood splash in backpack.

Fish behavior improved.
Fish have been re-distributed in water sources.
Fixed - It is not possible to kill fish by using melee weapons.
Fixed - Fish acting as alive when taken from spear by mouse.
Fixed -Missing icon when picking up fish from the trap.

V.0.2.1 Fish on spear no longer can be destroyed.
V.0.1.3 Spear block when fishing - fixed.
V.0.1.2 Fish no longer should disappear when backpack is full.

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