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Slime Rancher 2 Angler Slimes – Location, Favorite Food!

Everything you need to know about Slime Rancher 2's new Angler Slimes -- where to find them, what to feed them, and how to care for them!
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Angler slimes are one of five new slimes found in the long-awaited Slime Rancher 2 game. Slimes are balls of gelatinous alien creatures that live on a planet called Far, Far Range. They produce plorts, which can be used to make money, craft items, and unlock areas within the game. Each Slime is unique and has its favorite food and best methods to care for them. Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about Angler Slimes!

Where to Find Angler Slimes?

Angler Slimes can be found on both Ember Valley and Starlight Strand Islands. They are based on the real-world Anglerfish, which is a deep sea fish that uses bioluminescence to attract and ambush prey. You will need to defeat the Pink Gordo in order to unlock the teleporter to Ember Valley. You will need to defeat the Cotton Gordo in order to unlock the teleporter to Starlight Strand.

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How to care for Angler Slimes?

Angler Slimes’ diet consists of meat, but you’ll want to feed them their favorite meat to get more plorts out of the ones you keep in your corral.

Angler Slimes Favorite Food

You want to feed your Angler Slimes their favorite food, which is Sea Hen, because this doubles the number of plorts they produce, which means your production yield is higher and you can convert to more money or craft more items more quickly.

You can find Sea Hen throughout the Rainbow Plains, making it easy to feed your Angler Slimes their favorite food and get the most plorts out of them!

We hope this helps you find, feed, and take care of your Angler Slimes as you make your way through Slime Rancher 2. We have more how-to guides for Slime Rancher 2 if you need more assistance!

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