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These previously untameable beings can now be tamed with the new minimum success rate, and this success rate finally grants us the long awaited 5 star horse. Now no one suddenly come out now and say that it was super secretly always possible. I tried many, many times before this with 500+ hot spring baits and all taming success titles and bonuses. Got it in about 6 tries now.
Now go my fellow animal tamers and get your 5 star horse!
There is also changing perks as you said, but another main point of rebirthing your pet is to maximize its stat growth. Pets gain more of certain stats at certain ages. The new pet stat system saves your pets highest stat gain for each individual stat, and keeps it locked at that number between rebirths unless the stat goes higher. So, if you want your pet to be the strongest it can be, you will have to rebirth it 1-4 times and level it up at different ages, AND you will have to age it up to age 10 or more for the age up stats. For some pets it is really easy, they might not even need to rebirth outside of setting a perk, but others, like Ceraunus and Corgis are a complete nightmare to gain all of their stats, and can take like a year to get fully stat grown. You can check on the wiki for pet's level up stat growths and decide which age you want to level your pets at. Pets will always keep their highest stat growth through each rebirth. This is, of course, rather daunting, so I would only recommend it if you are minmaxing your pet. It can add a rather large amount of stats to pets that aren't fully stat gained.
I found a spot that an artifact was hidden but it wouldn't let me dig there, so I moved here.
It took me 3 digs to fully uncover the fish.
Land maker exploration is much more precise than normal exploration, so it can be tricky.
I used an Adventurer's L-rod to find the exact location