|Appearances|| Animal Crossing|
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
The Trilobite is a fossil that appeared in every game of the Animal Crossing Series. This is a single piece fossil and only requires one part.
If you donate this fossil to the Museum, Blathers will say this:
 Animal Crossing
"Well, what do we have hoo? A trilobite, if I'm not terribly mistaken. Yes, yes. Very nice indeed. This is quite a beautiful specimen, as well. Quite! You're to be congratulated! Well then, where to begin? Trilobites... Ah, yes... Trilobites were hard-shelled segmented arthropods, which populated the Paleozoic seas long before dinosaurs existed. There were over 15,000 species of known trilobites, and more are discovered each year, wot wot! This makes them the single most diverse group of extinct organisms ever! Amazing! Truly remarkable, you know! They are, however, extinct: no living descendants whatsoever. The constant perils of nature are quite formidable indeed."
 Animal Crossing: Wild World
"Hoo my, simply marvelous! This fossil is an outstanding specimen. Trilobites existed long before the dinosaurs, I'll have you know. At the time, there were very few enemies, so they absolutely thrived, wot! For protection, much like a...blech...pill bug, they would roll up into a ball. Oh, forgive my babbling! The very thought of these beasts gets me atwitter!"
 Animal Crossing: City Folk
"Hoo, this fossil is a truly outstanding specimen! Trilobites were around long before the age of the dinosaurs, eh wot? They were quite numerous, and as a result, much research has been done on these fellows. In point of fact, scientists date geological strata based on them. It's almost like they're your guides for time traveling!"
|Name||HRA Points||Selling Price||Available|
|Trilobite||300 Points||1,300 Bells||Underground|
 Real Life
The Trilobite is an extinct marine Antropod. They were first acknowledged 526 million years ago, but they disappeared completely 250 million years ago.
The trilobite has a brown outer exoskeleton and many legs to help it move around. They are well known for their complex eyes.