Don't be fooled by their cute looks because enraging a Klombo can be deadly. Klombos were the newest addition to the fauna on the island after the Fortnite 19.10 update.
Although they don't spawn in packs, solo Klombos can be pretty deadly and useful at the same time if you know how to work with them.
With that, here's where you can find Klombos in Fortnite Chapter 3.
Fortnite Klombo Locations
The locations given below are tentative, and are nothing but guide markers in order to find these Klombos. Search in and around the locations mentioned below and you're bound to find a Klombo or two.
- In and around The Joneses and south of the Sanctuary.
- Between Tumbledown Temple and Coney Crossroads.
- All around the Daily Bugle.
- South of Sleepy Sound.
- Near Floaties Boats.
- Northeast and southwest of Logjam Lumberyard.
- Seven Outpost VI.
- West and northwest of Tilted Towers.
- Southeast and northeast of Camp Cuddles.
As mentioned before, these Klombos are pretty docile creatures and tend to mind their own business. In the wild, you'll notice these Klombos chewing on trees, and on rare occasions, even chewing down on houses.
And according to the lore, no one knows where these Klombos came from. They were rumored to be on the island for a while now, but this is the first time they have been spotted roaming around on the island.
That being said, they won't attack you unless you attack them first. Funnily enough, they take only 1 HP damage from weapons, so be prepared to empty all your reserves if you accidentally engage one. And even that might not be enough to take this gentle giant out of commission.
Other than that, these Klombos can prove pretty useful as well.
You can stand on top of their blowhole and be launched into the air. Once you're in the air, you can redeploy your glider and move to a different location. And just like the loot llama, these Klombos keep throwing out items from their blowhole every now and then.
That being said, you can feed these Klombos some Klomberries if you find it in the wild. It doesn't yield much but then again, it feels good to throw them a treat or two once in a while.
And that's everything we know about the Klombos in Fortnite. Good luck finding them, and if you find them, please don't shoot them?
Read more: How to use a tent in Fortnite