Where to find dinosaurs in Fortnite: Klombos . locations

Latest Fortnite Update v19.10 will take players back in time a bit with the return of the iconic Leaning Tower location and the arrival of dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs, officially known as Klombos, are large and legendary creatures that roam peacefully around the island unless provoked. Players who don’t try to attack them can climb onto the Klombos’ tail to reach the blowhole on the top of their head and launch. Klombos will also spit out gears.

If you’re looking to discover legendary creatures on your own, we can help.

Where can I find Klombos Fortnite?

There is usually more than one Klombo on the map throughout the game, but there is no easy way to locate them as they can appear all over the map. However, there are some hotspots you should check out:

  • On the grasslands around the Daily Bugle.
  • To the west of Santcuary.
  • Around the lakes at both Logjam Lumberyard and Camp Cuddle.
A Klombos lies in the lake next to the Leaning Tower. | Screengrab via Epic Games

You can also find them near other bodies of water, such as lakes and rivers. And since they are considered wild animals, they will roam around. There’s a good chance you’ll hear Klombos before you see them, so make sure you’ve turned on your headphones to hear their high-pitched calls or stomping.

If you find one in the wild, you can feed them food so that they lower their tails for you, allowing you to access the blowhole. Feeding them can also cause them to drop items for you. Klombos will also destroy any destructible structures or items it runs into.

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