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If you can see them on your map but when you stand on top of them you can't see them, there is still a way to capture them. Go into your keybind options and look under "Targeting Functions" for "Interact With Target." Set it to something--I picked "shift-;" but you can use whatever you want. Stand over the area where you map says they are, do a /target blight, and then push your "Interact With Target" keybind. You should get into a pet battle even though you can't see the spawn. Happy hunting!
So it was raining in STV but not a baby ape spawn to be found. I went around and killed all the other spawns (crabs, spiders, snakes, etc) and a few minutes later there were apes all over the place. When in doubt, just kill things lol...
Active respawns with a beach covered in snails at around 11 a.m. server.
Just a couple of notes on these. They are level 23 and the groups of 3 you can find in Uldum are linked if they all spawn at the same time--as in they are the same group of mobs every time right down to the quality. (AWESOME for rares!) If you are going after these at or below level make sure you bring a full group of higher levels. They aren't that hard to fight, but they will rip your dragon to SHREDS while you keep trying to capture them as they do massive damage at low health.
So I hit the camp at night/early morning and there were a bunch of spawns. Took between 6-8 to find a rare, but all the others were poor quality. For those interested in the time, it was about 4:30 a.m. server. I haven't noticed any respawns.
It goes well with the Celestial Steed, but as I hunter I grabbed the new blue spirit beast and it looks fantastic with that as well! Since hunter pets stay out when mounted now, I can run around in a cloud of blue sparkly things...what more could a girl want! ^^
Also, since MoP this is a fantastic battle pet. I know everyone is into the onyxia hatchling, but this guy is very strong too. Open with Roar, then moonlight for a nice large hit, then heal during moonlight for about 1/3rd health.