Plesio

Plesio
Plesio.jpg
A complete Plesio fossil
Parts Plesio Torso
Plesio Neck
Plesio Skull

The Plesio (or Plesiosaur) is a dinosaur fossil structure that has appeared in every game of the Animal Crossing Series.

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[edit] Museum

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

[edit] Animal Crossing

"Now then, where shall I begin with these leviathans? The great plesiosaurs... In actuality, plesiosaurs were not dinosaurs, but aquatic reptiles, which ruled the seas during the Mesozoic era. There were two main types of plesiosaurs, both of which had broad bodies, four large flippers, and short tails. The two groups were distinct in that one had long necks and small heads, the other short necks and large heads. The plesiosaurs ranged in size from 8 to 46 feet long, and their diets consisted of fish and other marine creatures. The first plesiosaur fossil was discovered in 1824, and subsequent findings have been made on every continent. Incredible, eh wot? Indeed! What I wouldn't do to dig one up myself! The thrill! Where in blazes is my shovel?"

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

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[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"The plesiosaurus appeared toward the end of the dinosaurs' days on earth. It was a reptile that lived in the ocean, and it's called "the long-necked dinosaur" in Japanese. Indeed, someone named Suzuki found the first one and named it that... But you see, he was still a high-school student when he discovered the fossils. He quickly became the neighborhood hero, wot!"

[edit] Plesio Bones

Name HRA Points Selling Price Available
Plesio Torso 1,000 Points 4,500 Bells Underground
Plesio Neck 1,000 Points 4,500 Bells Underground
Plesio Skull 1,000 Points 4,500 Bells Underground
Last edited by Aurigae on 16 September 2012 at 11:37
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