The Coelacanth is a tier 10 animal. It is based off of its real-life counterpart, the West Indian Ocean coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae.

8.0 (total: 800)
6.5 (total: 130)
Biome statistics
Oxygen time
20 seconds
Temperature time
10 seconds (Unaffected)
Pressure time
30 seconds
Salinity time
20 seconds

Mechanics[ | ]

  • Wolf Eels can evolve into Coelacanths.
    • 48,000 XP is required for wolf eels to evolve into coelacanths.
  • Coelacanths do not evolve into any other animals, as they are a tier 10 animal.
  • Coelacanths drop meat upon death.
  • As a coelacanth, friendly fire is off for all tier 1 animals, meaning you can't damage them nor be damaged by them.

Abilities[ | ]

Passive Abilities[ | ]

  • You can eat skeletons and shells, unlike most other tier 10s.
  • Eating skeletons and shells will respawn your skeleton drones.

Active Abilities[ | ]

Name Image Charge Time Description
Drone Launch TBA 50 MS Charging your boost launches one of your drones on a target, dealing 50 damage, and slowing them for a few seconds. The maximum drones you can have is 6. Regain them by biting other players / shells, or biting skeletons.

Suitable Biomes[ | ]

  • The suitable biome(s) for the coelacanth is the deeeep only (warm / cold, deeeep, salt biomes in open beta.).
    • If a coelacanth enters the arctic or the ocean, it will lose pressure.
    • If a coelacanth enters the arctic surface or the ocean surface, it will lose pressure and temperature.
    • If a coelacanth enters the swamp, it will lose pressure and salinity.
    • If a coelacanth enters the swamp surface, it will lose pressure, and it will not regenerate salinity.

Diet[ | ]


Strategy[ | ]

  • Your drones act as storage for extra damage. Use them to finish off targets.
  • Having no drones makes you very vulnerable, but having no boosts does so too.
  • If you run out of drones during a fight/chase, you can quickly regain them by eating AI fish like the lanternfish.
  • Fast targets will not be affected much by the slowness you inflict with your drones unless they're too slow to run.
  • The slowness of being hit stacks with your drone slowness. Use this to your advantage.
  • Avoid getting air-pinned by Giant Squids or False Killer Whales since you can't use your drones out of water!

Skins[ | ]

Skins are cosmetics used to change an animal's looks, or sometimes, an animal’s biome or size statistics slightly. The table below shows the list of approved skins that can be used for the Coelacanth.

Realistic Skins[ | ]

Realistic skins can be used at every time of the year. They are mostly based on real-life species or adjectives such as 'Battle-Scarred' or 'Dark'.

Name Creator ID Price Date Created Stats Changing Description Image
Yokozuna Slickhead Myhailot 11423 150Coin 12th June, 2022 False Narcetes shonanmaruae is recently discovered, large deepsea predator.
Indonesian coelacanth oyo11 12377 160Coin 21st August, 2022 False The Indonesian coelacanth (Latimeria menadoensis, Indonesian: raja laut) is one of two living species of coelacanth, identifiable by its brown color. They are found along the coastline of Indonesia and in the Indian Ocean. The West Indian Ocean coelacanth is a critically endangered species.
Baird's Slickhead Myhailot 12585 200Coin 4th September, 2022 Size scale: -0.1x Being the third largest slickhead species, Alepocephalus bairdii feeds mostly on tunicates and fish. It is found in deepwaters of arctic at depths up to 1700 meters.
Agassiz' Slickhead Ftyk 12551 200Coin 2nd September, 2022 False Alepocephalus agassizii, Agassiz' slickhead, is a large slickhead species native to North Atlantic
Raja laut Megalon 11592 175Coin 13rd June, 2022 False Name translates to "King of the sea"
Papuan Coelacanth Tacoco 11403 100Coin 11th October, 2021 False A recently analyzed coelacanth specimen from West Papua has some researchers excited about a possible third species that is bolstered by a deep genetic rift between two populations of Indonesian Coelacanth that may have been separated by up to 13 million years ago.
Barramunda bluefis 11457 225Coin 20th January, 2024 Habitat: Warm/Cold, Deeep, Salt -> Warm, Fresh, Shallow/Deep The Queensland Lungfish, also known as the Barramunda, is a species of lungfish not closely related to any other species currently alive, being placed in its own family. It is unable to form cocoons or breathe air like other lungfish species. Reskin by Blub

Removed Skins[ | ]

Name Creator ID Price Date Created Replaced by Description Image
Cornish Jack bluefis 11457 225Coin 8th June, 2022 Barramunda N/A
Blue-Eye Trevalla bluefis 11457 225Coin 13th November, 2023 Barramunda N/A

Trivia[ | ]

  • The coelacanth's ability is slightly based on the fact that the coelacanth is a living fossil.
  • The coelacanth is the only tier 10 that can eat skeletons, an ability usually lost once you reach tier 8.