Feed and Grow: Fish – How to Beat The Sperm Whale, Prognathon and Megalodon

If you are looking for how to defeat the biggest bosses in Feed and Grow Fish, this is the guide for you.

Here’s How to Do It

This is a super easy way to level up enough to kill these beasts, and it only takes about 20 minutes. Keep in mind this is in the Great Map.

Feed and Grow: Fish - How to Beat The Sperm Whale, Prognathon and Megalodon

This can be done with really any fish, (A high coin-costing fish is probably a good idea!) but preferably anything Beluga and above. First, level up your fish to a level that it can take down a Dunkleosteus (You can do this in any way) And then head to the area where there is a Colosseum. This is where the Dunkleosteus spawn. There are 4 spots where they spawn, all quite close to each other:

  1. Inside the Colosseum.
  2. In the area in front of the Colosseum.
  3. The area behind the Colosseum, near the cave drop.
  4. On the left side of the Colossuem (Opposite of the sperm whale area) over the ridge.

Only one Dunkleosteus will spawn at a time, and they always spawn in one of these 4 areas. If you are not sure where the exact spawns are, just kill the current Dunkleosteus (Wherever it is) and keep an eye out for where the next one spawns. After you reach the level where you are able to kill the Dunkleosteus in a single blow, head over to the Sperm Whale Area and kill the sperm whale several times, eating everything it drops.Once you are at a quite high level (For Great white, around 50, for a smaller fish, I have no idea, lol) you can head over the megalodon or the prognathon (It doesn’t matter which you head to first, as they are both around the same difficulty). 

Feed and Grow: Fish - How to Beat The Sperm Whale, Prognathon and Megalodon

From here, you should be able to pretty much kill both beasts with just a few shots.Then you can play as the sea creatures and wreck havoc on the map 🙂

Volodymyr Azimoff
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