Red Dead Redemption 2: How to Find the 15 Legendary Animals

Red Dead Redemption 2 is the old west sandbox game developed by Rockstar for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Among the many parallel activities of the adventure, hunting is one of the most fun and challenging. Check out our full guide what they are and how to find the 15 legendary animals in the game.

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See the photos below for the exact location where the animals hide. When you reach the circle with the number 1 of the images, the game will warn you that you are entering the area of ​​a legendary animal. In each of the later numbered circles you need to pick up a highlighted item to release the next steps of the trail, then follow our guide in order. Press the L3 and R3 buttons at the same time to use the Eagle Vision and highlight the items in the game.

Legendary wolf

Begin your hunt in Cotorra Springs, just north of Bacchus Bridge, northwest of Bacchus Station, exactly at the point marked by number one. Take the wolf poo at this point, and follow the trail at numbers two and three to find the animal at the end of the path.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Wolf

Legendary Boar

The boar is far less aggressive and dangerous than the wolf, and can be found in the marsh of Bluewater Marsh, just north of Lagras. There are several common boars in the vicinity, so take a straight shot as soon as you spot the legendary of different coloring.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Boar

Legendary Bharati Gray Bear

There is no point in looking for him, because first you have to complete the mission "Exit Pursued by a Bruised Ego" in chapter two of the main campaign. After that, head to the Grizzlies East, just above O'Creagh Run on the map, to find the mighty bear.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Bharati Gray Bear

Legendary Moose

In the furthest north-east corner of the map, on Roanoke Ridge, lies the legendary moose's hiding place. Begin your search on the dotted line in the image below, and then watch out for your trail in the grass.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Moose

Legendary Sheep

The sheep requires a lot of care, since it will escape as soon as it smells or sighting. Be discreet and careful when you go to Cattail Pond, west of Valentine.

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Legendary White Bison

At the west corner of Grizzlies, go to the frozen lake of Lake Isabella, the abode of the exotic bison. Start the quest north of the lake, near the rocks, and find the animal running near the trees.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary White Bison

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Legendary Beaver

To the southwest of Butcher Creek, go to the lower corner of Huron Glen. This is one of the legendary animals easier to hunt throughout the game, as it does not offer much resistance. Enjoy to save ammunition and kill it with the bow and arrow.

The Legendary 15 Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Beaver

Legendary Deer

To the northwest of Strawberry, go to the Big Valley and get ready to chase down a very slight and arrogant creature. Be patient and only shoot when you are sure that it could cause lethal damage to the animal.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Deer

Legendary coyote

To the north-west of Rhodes, head to the Scarlett Meadows and look for the rocks on the high ground, careful to follow the map markings in order. The corpse of a sheep at point three indicates that you are very close to the coyote's habitat.

The Legendary 15 Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Coyote

Legendary deer

To the east of Bacchus Station, look for an animal much lighter than the others. He will not attempt to attack you, but you may run away very quickly when you feel threatened.

Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Deer

Legendary fox

In Rhodes, visit the Mattock Pond. The place is filled with tall vegetation so it can be confusing to find the fox's trail. Carefully follow our markings on the map to find the fox, which is larger than the other members of its species.

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Legendary Alligator

The hunt for the gigantic alligator is only enabled after beginning chapter six of the main campaign, then progress through the story and then travel to Bayou Nova, west of Lakay. He is one of the strongest enemies in the game, so it is better to kill him with explosives.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Alligator

Legendary Bison-American

To the southeast of MacFarlane's Ranch, access Hennigan's Stead, a wide open area, making it easy to meet the animal. He is very fierce and will have to shoot several shots before he falls, so take enough ammunition for the hunt.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary American Bison

Legendary Antelope

Look for the animal east of Fort Mercer in Rio Del Lobo Rock. Its white coat makes hunting much easier, as well as the fact that the antelope is quiet and will not attack it until it is provoked. Try to shoot lethal sniper shots from afar.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Antelope

Legendary Cougar

To the west of Tumbleweed, at Gaptooth Ridge, you can find the fiercest of the legendary beasts. The puma has very fast swift attacks so it's a good idea to pass on oils and odors on your body before the fight to camouflage yourself and escape the puma's sharp senses.

The 15 Legendary Animals of Red Dead Redemption 2: Legendary Cougar

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