Where to find Thermal Plant Fragments in Subnautica

In this guide, you will come to know where to find Thermal Plant Fragments in Subnautica. 

Starting from the coral tube sticking up out of the water, you have to make your way about two bumps or two and a half bumps to the right of the south until you reach a wreck in the Grand Reef. 

It is recommended to have a sea moth with an Mk2 Depth module, a High Capacity O2 Tank, a sea glide, and you will also need a scanner. 

The main threat you will encounter in the Grand Reef is the warper which can warp you out of your vehicle unless you’re in the cyclops. If it does, you can either run from it or deal damage to it until it warps away. There’s also a chance you might see a ghost leviathan in the Grand Reef; you have to avoid them as best as you can.

Once you finish searching the first wreck, you have to start from the first wreck and head Southwestsouthwest until you reach the second wreck in the Grand Reef.

Starting from the coral tube, you will need to make your way Southwestsouthwest or one bump to the right of southwest towards lifepod 19 until you come across a sort of scattered wreck in the sparse reef biome.

There aren’t any threats in the area that you need to worry about.

Starting from the coral tube, you will need to head about two bumps or two and a half bumps to the right of the southeast until you reach a large hole/cave entrance in the ground. It will lead you to the degas base in the jellyshroom caves.

The main threat you will encounter in the caves is the crab snake; you have to avoid them or use the perimeter defense against them if they get close.

The fragments typically spawn around outside of the base.

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