How To Get Stalker Teeth In Subnautica

How to get Stalker Teeth in Subnautica

Alien oceans don't exactly have good dental.

Enameled Glass is an important crafting material in Subnautica. Unfortunately, in order to make it, you need one material that is not fun to get: Stalker teeth. While it’s a scary process to collect them, there are ways to make it easier. Here’s how to get Stalker teeth in Subnautica.

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Where to find and get Stalker Teeth in Subnautica

As the name suggests, Stalker Teeth come from Stalkers. If you weren’t aware, Stalkers are the shark-like creatures with long snouts that dwell in Kelp Forest biomes. The ones that attack you.


A Stalker in the ocean, probably pissed about something. Screenshot by PC Invasion

Getting their teeth can be tedious. You can’t kill them to get their teeth, so you need to harvest from living ones. That being said, there are a number of ways ranging from simple to overkill to try and get the job done.

The simplest is to search around the Kelp Forest biome. For best visibility do it at night with a flashlight so you can more easily spot their teeth. Chances are you can find at least one lying around.

If you don’t find any, there are other ways. One is to collect metal salvages, drop them near Stalkers, and wait. Stalkers love to play with the metal, and their teeth fall out in the process. To make it even more likely, you could use a Grav Trap to hold them near the salvages and try to ensure they lose their teeth on them.

Stalker Tooth

Case in point, several Stalker teeth visible on the ground next to metal salvages. Screenshot by PC Invasion

If that doesn’t work, you could try allowing them to attack a Camera Drone or even your Seamoth. You could also crash into them with said Seamoth or even punch them with a Prawn Suit. I wouldn’t recommend either method though, as you could easily end up killing it in the process. Throwing objects at them with the Propulsion Cannon is less likely to kill them and could knock their teeth out.

Whichever way you choose, be sure to bring first aid kits, just in case. They do still bite quite hard.

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Alexa BeMent is an aspiring media creator and writer who may also secretly be a manatee masquerading as a human. A Virginia Tech graduate with Creative Writing and Cinema degrees, she has been a Freelance Writer for PC Invasion since February 2023, and enjoys writing stories and consuming video essays when she's not planning the Manatee Uprising. Having played video games since before she could read, she is a lover of all things Legend of Zelda, FFXIV, horror games, and can play competitive Pokémon, especially as a Ghost type Gym Leader. We don't discuss how big her Pokémon plush collection is.