Dinosaur Egg

Dinosaur Egg
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Parts Dinosaur Egg
Appearances Animal Crossing
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk

The Dinosaur Egg is a fossil that has appeared in every game of the Animal Crossing Series. This is a single piece fossil and only requires one part.

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[edit] Museum

If you donate this fossil to the Museum, Blathers will say this:

[edit] Animal Crossing

"Hoo, I say! Hoo upon hoo! A fossilized egg! Eggcellent! I must apologize for that atrocious pun. So sorry. I just got carried away in my eggcitement, eh wot? Because this is a grade-A specimen. Hoo hoo hoo! Now, I hate to admit this, but I cannot identify the species of dinosaur that produced this particular egg. I can envision its hatching, though, and from the shards, a new life slowly emerging, a miracle of flesh and bone! Hoo, the wonder of it all! The drama. The spectacle! The ebb and flow! The grass and grit! Life, I say! Life!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"Utterly amazing, this is! What a perfect specimen! Figuring out what kind of egg this is might seem easy, but it's actually not. In fact, I must admit that I have no idea how to go about it, eh wot? Still, that very mystery is what's so fascinating about a dinosaur egg!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"Ah, hoo, how very lovely! A fine find, indeed! Depending on the type of dinosaur, these dinosaur eggs come in many sizes... The biggest could be up to 28 inches long, apparently! The biggest egg, I mean. But all the eggs do have similarities... Telling what sort of beastie laid the egg is difficult, wot wot?"

[edit] Parts

Name HRA Points Selling Price Available
Dinosaur Egg 300 Points 1,400 Bells Underground

[edit] Trivia

  • It is unknown which type of Dinosaur actually laid this egg.

[edit] Real Life

Dinosaur eggs exist today in the form of fossils and they allow researchers to get a better understanding of the parents.

[edit] Appearance

The eggs vary in sizes and can be anywhere from very small to quite large, the largest known egg being 60cm long.

Last edited by Aurigae on 16 September 2012 at 11:41
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