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Disney Dreamlight Valley: What to feed crocodiles



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There are a lot of Critters in Disney Dreamlight Valley and feeding them will give you Dreamlight Points that are necessary to unlock new areas around the valley and in the Dream Castle. One of the animals that you’ll find later in the game is Crocodile and since every animal has a different favorite food it is hard to find what the Crocodile likes the most.

In this guide, we’ll tell you what to feed Crocodiles in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Feeding Crocodile

Crocodiles are found in the Glade of Trust biome and this biome can be unlocked with 5,000 Dreamlight points. Just like other critters they like to run before you actually get to approach them. When you see a Crocodile, you’ll have to follow it until it stops, and then you’ll be able to approach it and offer food. It is hard to approach them because they have more stamina and they run for a long time before you get to approach them. You’ll only get the Approach option when they stop and if you are slow, the approach option will be gone and they’ll start running again. If you see them running back when you get to them, try to run in the back direction before them and whenever they stop, you’ll be able to approach them on time and then you can offer them the food that they like.

Crocodiles like Lobsters and you can find Lobsters in the river and pond in the Glade of Trust biome. Lobsters can only be caught from the golden circles in the water. You need to look for the golden circle and then cast the fishing line in the circle to catch the lobster. if you don’t see any golden ones, you’ll have to wait for it or you can catch the white ones and blue ones to spawn the new circles and there is a chance that a golden one will spawn. After catching the lobster from the water, approach the crocodile and offer it a lobster.

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