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Raw Fish Meat
Raw Fish Meat.png
Eating raw food will SLIGHTLY sate hunger, but is unhealthy for humans. Most wild carnivores prefer raw meat to Cooked Meat.
Type Meat
Food +5
Health -1.5
Spoils in 20m
Spoils to Spoiled Meat.png Spoiled Meat
Weight 0.1
Stack size 20
Added in v240.0
Spawn Command
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/Consumables/PrimalItemConsumable_RawMeat_Fish.PrimalItemConsumable_RawMeat_Fish'" 1 0 0
Used to craft 1 item

Raw Fish Meat is a food item in ARK: Survival Evolved. It can be obtained by harvesting Fish.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Raw Fish Meat can be used to tame Carnivores when they are unconscious. Open the inventory of the creature you want to tame and put the Raw Fish inside of it.

If eaten raw by a survivor, Raw Fish Meat replenishes food by 5 points, but decreases health by 1.5 points. It replenishes less food than Raw Meat.png Raw Meat from land creatures, but also doesn't decrease health as much.

If eaten by a tamed or untamed carnivore, 1 Raw Fish Meat restores 25 points of food and 2.5 points of health (exactly one half the value of regular raw meat).

Raw Fish Meat can also be cooked at a Campfire.png Campfire or Industrial Grill.png Industrial Grill to create Cooked Fish Meat.png Cooked Fish Meat. Cooked Fish replenishes more food and spoils slower than Raw Fish. It takes 20 seconds to cook Raw Fish Meat in a Campfire.

Gathering[edit | edit source]

Can be harvested from Fish.

Raw Fish Meat.png Raw Fish Meat
Creature / ToolGain per action
Otter.png Otter★★★★★
Pelagornis.png Pelagornis★★★★★
Metal Pick.png Metal Pick★★★★☆
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Therizinosaur.png Therizinosaur★★★☆☆

Spoil times[edit | edit source]

For more information, see Spoilage.