Pinselneo

Now you can see where the missing animals are

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On the planet describtion you can see if the animal is for example underwater.
But what is the meaning of "base"? Where can I find those animals?

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There's three possible area types: Underwater, Cave and Base. Which Base = Normal terrain ground. Which is a bit broad, and im unsure if there's any real definite strategy on finding rare fauna within a Base region. 

 

If anyone is doing it for the purpose of hitting the 'all species found' milestones. I'd recommend travelling to a green (or was it blue?) star system and scan for a unique planet. Ex: Sharded, bubbles, Spine, Hexed, somewhere along the lines of; It's off the top of my head, but you'll probably know when ya see it. But those, only have one species total, finishing it quick and easy.

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On 14/08/2019 at 0:31 PM, Pinselneo said:

On the planet describtion you can see if the animal is for example underwater.
But what is the meaning of "base"? Where can I find those animals?

"Base" just means that animal wanders the planet's surface and isn't in the sky, underground or underwarter.

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I really can't find all the animals in any planet... too many to discover and I take a lot of time for each one... then when I miss one or two animals they seems to be unfindable... any other trick?

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Sometimes there's one or two rare animals that roam. They are harder to track. I believe day/night could factor in as well. They walk like they are on a mission.

 

Basically you want a lower number of species on a planet when going for this, so you don't have to find these rare ones. I got lucky a few times and found them chilling right when I landed.

 

There are land, water, flying, cave/underground, and don't forget about those dragonfly ones!

 

Here are the videos. Lots of tips. You can also use the planets in the events. Other people already did the scans for you, so upload and profit (helps with money too).

 

 

 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Nikius89 said:

I really can't find all the animals in any planet... too many to discover and I take a lot of time for each one... then when I miss one or two animals they seems to be unfindable... any other trick?

Don't waste your time with the normal planets, look for the Exotic worlds instead - because they only ever have 1 species of Fauna to find and catalogue :).

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11 hours ago, HuntingFever said:

Don't waste your time with the normal planets, look for the Exotic worlds instead - because they only ever have 1 species of Fauna to find and catalogue :).

 

Ok, I'll try just looking for exotic planets. Thank you!

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Sorry again, but that method doesn't seem to work... i just visited 4 different tropical planets and in each one there were 10/15 different species of animals... I'm near to get all the trophies for the platinum but still any trophy for the animals... 😭😭😭

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42 minutes ago, Nikius89 said:

Sorry again, but that method doesn't seem to work... i just visited 4 different tropical planets and in each one there were 10/15 different species of animals... I'm near to get all the trophies for the platinum but still any trophy for the animals... 1f62d.png1f62d.png1f62d.png

 

Use the videos I posted above. That exotic thing takes longer, as the name implies. Also during events, you can get a few planets done for you.

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