Caviar Key is one of the areas you’ll get to ransack in Maneater. It’s one of the fancier parts of town, but one thing where it doesn’t deviate is the number of collectibles. There are eight landmarks here, along with thirteen nutrient caches and ten licence plates. If you want to get all the trophies, or just squeeze every last bit of life out of the game, you’ll need to get them all. This is easier said than done, as some are pretty hard nuts to crack. This guide will help you by showing you all Maneater Caviar Key collectible locations.
Caviar Key landmarks
There are eight of these in Caviar key, and finding them all will unlock a new mutation for your shark. While some are on the shore and others are under water, they all have one thing in common – the yellow traffic signs nearby that you need to destroy in order to get them. Anyway, here are their locations:
- My. What A Big Fin You Have – An abandoned monster truck with a shark fin on its roof in the northeastern part of the area.
- Does It Float – A sunken carnival boat in the northwest of the map.
- Quick Turn Fail – A sunken birthday boat with a bunch of unopened presents in the middle of the map.
- Down Here We All Float – A clown in the sewers in the middle of the map.
- Toy Time – A bunch of balls in the orca enclosure in the south.
- Saviors – Stone faces off the southern coast.
- Good Find – A dinosaur skull in the southwestern corner of the area.
- Pranksys Vandalism Masterpiece – Graffiti on a big wall in the northernmost part of the zone.
Licence plates in Caviar Key
There are ten licence plates you’ll need to destroy in the area. Like in the other zones, they’re defying gravity by floating above either water or solid ground. There’s some jumping involved, and maybe some wiggling on dry land, so if you’re having trouble, make sure you’ve equipped the right mutations. The map above shows them as tiny rectangular icons.
Nutrient caches in Caviar Key
You’ll have thirteen nutrient caches to plunder in this zone. That’s the easiers part of the entire endeavor – they’re almost always in the water, and you don’t have to perform any feats of aquatic athleticism to reach them. They’re even adorned with red blinkers which make them stand out from the muck and plants on the bottom.