It is highly recommended not to touch/get close to the stingers as they can severely harm the player, temporarily obscuring their vision with a green haze and dealing near fatal injuries. Running into one will deal 50 damage over 3 seconds and speed up the decline in nutrition, similar to the Gasopod.
They can also damage the Seamoth, dealing 25 damage over 5 seconds on contact, which will slowly heal back. If the Seamoth is brought below 50 health by a Drooping Stinger, it will explode.
Drooping Stingers can be moved using the Propulsion Cannon. Be cautious, however, as they can still cause damage while tractored.
Despite being classified as flora, the Drooping Stinger resembles a real life cnidarian, an animal, with its entire body made of gelatinous, translucent substances which emit a bright violet bioluminescent glow.
Its main body sports an umbrella-like base from which drops out a long, single, spiral-shaped tendril downwards.
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Prey: Small fish
- The Drooping Stingers were originally called the Hanging Stingers.
- The Drooping Stingers were officially announced on the Subnautica website. The concept art was done by Cory Strader.
- It is mentioned on the PDA that it uses electrical charges offensively/defensively, instead of using venomous stingers.