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Osteoglossum bicirrhosum
Silver arowana
Added in
Rivers & Lakes

The Arowana is a species of passive animal in Green Hell. They are vital for getting Fish Bone to remove worms from under the skin and Arowana Meat to eat for a source of protein

Basic Info[edit | edit source]

Arowana can be found in rivers and lakes around rain-forest. They are quite large and long, making them easy to spot.

They can be caught using a stick fish trap or a spear.

Once dead, the Arowana can be harvested for 2 raw Arowana Meat. The meat then can be cooked on a fire, smoked using a smoker or dried with a dryer

Harvest[edit | edit source]

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.
If you wish to harvest the Arowana from your backpack, first press Tab to open the backpack, then use the Right Mouse Button to harvest.

If you don't have the room in your backpack to pick up the Arowana, you can also use the Right Mouse Button while the Arowana is on the ground to harvest meat.

Trivia[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.0.1.2 Fish no longer should disappear when backpack is full.

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