Dinosaur Track

Dinosaur Track
Dinosaur Track.JPG
Parts Dinosaur Track
Appearances Animal Crossing
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk

The Dinosaur Track 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.


[edit] Museum

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

[edit] Animal Crossing

"Hoo, I say! Woo hoo! A fossilised footprint. Looks like some palaeontology is afoot! Hoo hoo hoo! But truly, this is quite an earth-shaking find! I've never seen a specimen that can match it in beauty. The distinct three-toed foot tells us that this is the print of a theropod from... perhaps the Jurassic period, eh wot? It's impossible to discern anything more specific, but speculation is free, and a vital part of paleontology. Imagine a terrible carnivore stalking its prey... Its great weight pressing down into the earth... and... voila! History! Hoo, aren't I the blatherer! I beg your pardon, please! I do hope I didn't put you into a comatose state!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"Based on the shape, I can only suspect this is the footprint of the T-rex! Unlike with bones, we can see the foot's shape, size, texture, and more! Why, we can even deduce how fast it ran! Hardly just any old footprint, eh wot? Hoo! I'm frightfully sorry! The thought of such mighty feet agitates me to no end!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"Why, I'd say this was the footprint of the mighty T.Rex! But don't just scoff as if this is any old footprint! morso than even bones, dinosaur trracks proveide us with a plethora of interesting information. Hoo, Yes, for example, they tell about the creature's skin locomotion speed, wot! HOO! I....beg your pardon! I was so enthralled, I...I spouted hot air like a boiling teapot, eh wot?"

[edit] Parts

Name HRA Points Selling Price Available
Dinosaur Track 300 Points 1,000 Bells Underground

[edit] Real Life

A dinosaur fossil, also known as a trace fossil, are tracks of a dinosaur fossilized in the ground.

[edit] Appearance

The appearance of the track varies from fossil to fossil depending on which dinosaur or creature was the one that made the track.

Last edited by Amsey on 15 September 2012 at 06:41
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