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🥇 [2021] How many fossils, how to find fossils, and each fossil price explained in New Horizons? • Eurogamer.net pixiegames

2 julio, 2021


Fossils are the skeletal remains of what once lived on his island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and, like insects, fish, paintings and sea creatures, they can be donated to the Museum.

However, you must first know how to find fossils Y how many different types of fossils they are hidden on your island.

With this knowledge, you can start collecting fossils and donating them to the Museum, selling them, or transforming your island into a relatively safe version of Jurassic Park.

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How many fossils are in Animal Crossing: New Horizons?

There are 73 different fossils to find in New Horizons.

This total consists of 14 independent fossils and 21 sets of fossils, which contain between two and six individual fossils and, when placed together, create a dinosaur skeleton.

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How to find fossils in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

To find fossils in New Horizons, you must first equip yourself with a shovel. Once you’ve brought or created this tool, it’s time to explore the island until you find an X-shaped crack in the ground.

As in any good pirate story, the treasure is below the X, and if you use the shovel on the crevice, you will unearth a fossil.

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Dig in crevices to unearth fossils!

However, you will not know what type of fossil you have found until you have evaluated it.

There will be at least four fossil rifts for you to find every day, and if you don’t collect them, two more cracks will appear the next day, bringing the maximum number of fossils you can find on your island at a time for six.

If you unearth all four fossils, a new set of four will appear after 5am, which is the island reset time for each island.

You can also find fossils on the Mystery Island tours, which you can purchase tickets at Nook Stop at Residential Services using Nook Miles.

Whether or not you find a fossil on a Mysterious Island is completely random, and if you do, you can only find it. For this reason, we do not recommend using Mystery Island tours exclusively for fossil hunting; you’d better save your Nook Miles and focus on the fossils found on your island.

How to evaluate fossils in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Once you’ve collected a couple of fossils in New Horizons, it’s time to find out exactly what you’ve excavated.

To do this, you must go to the Museum and to Blathers. Then select the option ‘Evaluate fossils’ and choose which fossil you want to be valued.

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Talk to Blathers to have your fossils evaluated.

Then, Blathers will tell you exactly which fossils it has found, transforming the fossils in its inventory into their named form. It will also tell you if the Museum currently has the fossils in its collection.

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If you have a fossil that the Museum is missing, you can donate it by selecting “Make a Donation” when you speak with Blathers again.

The fossils you receive are randomly selected, so there is no guarantee that you will receive a certain fossil. Instead, you should keep collecting fossils and evaluating them, until you are lucky.

How to complete the fossil display at the Museum in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

If you want to complete the fossil exhibit at the New Horizons Museum, then you must donate one of each fossil found in the game.

This is a task that, thanks to how the fossils are randomly selected, will probably take a couple of months, especially if you are the only player living on your island.

All you can do is continue to dig up the fossils that appear around your island and hand them over to you for evaluation with Blathers.

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However, if you have friends who play New Horizons and find one of your lost fossils, they can always give you the fossil and then you can donate it to the Museum.

To find out which fossils you are missing, head over to the fossil exhibit. There you will be able to interact with the various displays, whether you have completed them or not, and hopefully it will give you an idea of ​​exactly which fossils you need to complete the exhibit.

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Sadly, the only reward you’ll receive for completing the Museum in New Horizons is Blathers’ smile, but at least he’s happy.


New to Animal Crossing? Our Animal Crossing New Horizons tips can help you with the basics. Right from the start, there are fish and insects to catch, flowers and fruits to grow with Leif selling seeds, villagers to add or remove, and tools like the new ladder and pole to collect. Once you’ve settled in, you’ll want to make as many bells as possible, start collecting KK Slider songs and working on your island’s star rating, increasing your HHA rating, incorporating Feng Shui into your room design, and acquiring Kitchen furniture. You can also buy fake Redd art, use Dream Suite, and the island backup.


Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Fossil set and price list

Unlike fish, insects, and sea creatures, New Horizons fossils are not seasonal, meaning you can find any of the 73 fossils at any time of the year.

The only problem is that the fossils you receive from the evaluation are randomly selected, which means that you may find yourself waiting several weeks simply to find a fossil. Fortunately, fossils are worth their weight at Bells and selling them can make a healthy profit that you can reliably receive every day.

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Below you will find all the fossils you can excavate in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, including the fossils that are part of which sets and the sale price of each fossil.

Fossil name Price Place
Acanthostega 2000 Stand alone fossil
Amber 1200 Stand alone fossil
Ammonite 1100 Stand alone fossil
Ankylo Skull 3500 Ankylosaurus
Ankylo tail 2500 Ankylosaurus
Ankylo torso 3000 Ankylosaurus
Anomalocaris 2000 Stand alone fossil
Archeopteryx 1300 Stand alone fossil
Archelon Skull 4000 Archelon
Archelon’s tail 3500 Archelon
Australopith 1100 Stand alone fossil
Brachial chest 5500 Brachiosaurus
Brachial pelvis 5000 Brachiosaurus
Brachio Skull 6000 Brachiosaurus
Brachio’s tail 5500 Brachiosaurus
Coprolite 1100 Stand alone fossil
Cola deinonia 2500 Deinonychus
Deinony torso 3000 Deinonychus
Dimetrodon skull 5500 Dimetrodon
Dimetrodon torso 5000 Dimetrodon
Dinosaur track 1000 Stand alone fossil
Diplo chest 4000 Diplodocus
Diplo neck 4500 Diplodocus
Diplo pelvis 4500 Diplodocus
Diplo skull 5000 Diplodocus
Diplo tail 5000 Diplodocus
Diplo’s tail tip 4000 Diplodocus
Dunkleosteus 3500 Stand alone fossil
Eusthenopteron 2000 Stand alone fossil
Iguanodon Skull 4000 Iguanodon
Iguanodon tail 3000 Iguanodon
Iguanodon torso 3500 Iguanodon
Juramaia 1000 Stand alone fossil
Left side of megalo 4000 Megaceros
Left wing of ptera 4500 Pteranodon
Quetzal left wing 5000 Quetzalcoatlus
Mammoth skull 3000 Mammoth
Mammoth torso 2500 Mammoth
Megazero skull 4500 Megacerops
Megazero tail 3000 Megacerops
Megazero torso 3500 Megacerops
Myllokunmingia 1500 Stand alone fossil
Ophthalmus skull 2500 Ophthalmosaurus
Ophthalmic torso 2000 Ophthalmosaurus
Pachy skull 4000 Pachycephalosaurus
Pachy tail 3500 Pachycephalosaurus
Parasaurus skull 3500 Parasaurolophus
Parasaurus tail 2500 Parasaurolophus
Parasaurus torso 3000 Parasaurolophus
Plesio Skull 4000 Plesiosaur
Plesio glue 4500 Plesiosaur
Plesio torso 4500 Plesiosaur
Ptera body 4000 Pteranodon
Quetzal torso 4500 Quetzalcoatlus
Right side megalo 5500 Megaceros
Right wing of ptera 4500 Pteranodon
Quetzal right wing 5000 Quetzalcoatlus
Saber tooth skull 2500 Saber-toothed tiger
Saber tooth tail 2000 Saber-toothed tiger
Shark teeth pattern 1000 Stand alone fossil
Hawthorn skull 4000 Spinosaurus
Hawthorn tail 2500 Spinosaurus
Hawthorn torso 5000 Spinosaurus
Stego Skull 5000 Stegosaurus
Stego tail 4000 Stegosaurus
Stego torso 4500 Stegosaurus
T.Rex skull 6000 Tyrannosaurus Rex
T. rex tail 5000 Tyrannosaurus Rex
T. rex torso 5500 Tyrannosaurus Rex
Tricera skull 5500 Triceratops
Tricera tail 4500 Triceratops
Tricera torso 5000 Triceratops
Trilobite 1300 Stand alone fossil

Other uses of fossils in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

Since you’re going to have a lot of fossils that you can’t donate to the Museum in New Horizons, it’s a good idea to know what you can use them for.

The first is obvious: you can sell your replacement fossils at Nook’s Cranny, and depending on the fossils you’ve found, you can earn a minimum of 4,000 Bells per day.

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Fossils are a great way to win some bells!

Second, you can use fossils to decorate both your house and your island.

Even if you don’t have a complete set of fossils, you can mix and match the largest fossil to create your own dinosaurs.

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Their scientists were so concerned about whether or not they could, that they didn’t stop to think whether they should.

Finally, if you have any spare untested fossils, you can DIY them …





🥇 [2021] How many fossils, how to find fossils, and each fossil price explained in New Horizons? • Eurogamer.net pixiegames