A Klombo is the new type of dinosaur introduced to Fortnite during Chapter 3 Season 1.
Unlike the raptors from Chapter 2, these creatures are not aggressive unless you decide to start a fight. Instead, they choose to wander about the Fortnite map looking for their favourite food - Klomberries.
Below you'll learn how to find both Klombos and Klomberries, along with how to feed Klomberries to a Klombo.
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Klombo in Fortnite explained
Klombos are the giant dinosaurs you may encounter when exploring the Chapter 3 Fortnite map.
These creatures are docile by nature, allowing you to walk up to them and even climb onto their back without a fuss, but, if you choose to attack them, they will turn red and respond with violence. At the time of writing, it's unknown whether a Klombo can be killed in-game and, unless you're prepared to die, we don't recommend trying to do so.
If you feed Klomoberries to a Klombo, they will both change colour and shoot an item out of their blowhole. This can be anything from a useful weapon to a healing item to a shield potion.
Klombos also like to eat any spare loot lying around, so make sure you grab anything you want if one's nearby.
By climbing onto the back of a Klombo, you can also use the blowhole to shoot yourself into the air. This will then allow you to glide for a short period of time, which is great if you want to quickly traverse part of the island.
Where to find Klombos in Fortnite
Klombos can, be it slowly, move about the Fortnite map, which can make them difficult to find. Always make sure to listen for their footsteps, roars and any change in the overworld music when searching for a Klomobo, because this will hint at their current location.
Since they can wander, we can't tell you exactly where to find a Klombo, but we can show you the general areas of where we've found them on the map below:
Remember - Klombos can and will move, so they may be outside of the areas shown above. We'll add more Klombo locations as we find them.
Where to find Klomberries in Fortnite
To feed a Klombo in Fortnite, you first need to find some Klomberries and, thankfully, these blue raspberries grow across the island. The bushes tend to grow in groups, so keep an eye out for a collection of plants all growing blue Klomberries.
Klombos can often be found wandering near Klomberry bushes too, which is very helpful if you want to feed one of these dinosaurs.
You can also purchase Klomberries from Haven - who can be found at the Lil' Shaftie landmark west of Chonker's Speedway - for 25 Gold Bars.
It's important to note that, like all foraged food, Klomberries will take up a space in your inventory, so you may have to sacrifice an item to carry them. Eating a Klomberry yourself will give 10 HP or, if that's full, grant 10 shield points.
How to feed Klomberries to a Klombo in Fortnite
After a spot of foraging, it's time to feed Klomberries to a Klombo in Fortnite! First, you need to visit one of the Klombo spawn locations and, since these creatures can move, listen for the sound of their footsteps. Since Klombos walk rather slowly, they should be quite easier to find.
Once you've found a Klombo, go to their head and throw the Klomberry out in front of them. The Klombo will then eat the Klomberry and, in return, an item will be shot out of its blowhole.
At the time of writing, there are two challenges related to Klombos and Klomberries. The first is a Milestone quest involving the number of Klomberries you feed to a Klombo; like all Milestone quests, it has 20 stages and starts with 5 successfully fed Klomberries.
The second is the Week 7 Season quest - 'Throw a Klomberry while standing within 10 meters of a Klombo.' The easiest way to complete this quest is to ensure your standing as close as possible to the Klombo when you throw the Klomoberry.
If you'd like to learn more about Chapter 3 of Fortnite, visit our pages on this Season's Battle Pass, victory crowns, how to slide, web swinging, malfunctioning vending machines, the vaults, tornadoes and lightning.