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How to Sell Fossils in Animal Crossing Faster

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In addition to donating the fossils to Blathers, you can also sell the fossils to earn some Bells. But, you have to donate your first fossils before you sell them at Nook’s Cranny. If you want to sell the fossils at Nook’s Cranny, make sure that you diligently search for the fossils that can be found somewhere across your island.

With fossils, you will have some options including keeping them to display in your home, donating them to the museum or also selling them at Nook’s Cranny. If you really want to earn some Bells, selling fossils can be the easiest and fastest way to earn some Bells. Then, how to sell the fossils faster in Animal Crossing?

How to Sell Fossils in Animal Crossing Faster

Selling the Fossils Faster in Animal Crossing, Here’s How!

A fresh batch of four fossils will spawn on your island every day at 5 a.m in-game time. To get more appear, you may need to wait until the following day. Sometimes, you will be able to find additional fossils that are buried on Mystery Islands accessible using a Nook Miles Ticket.

It’s important to note, you cannot sell your first fossil, as it should be donated to the museum. Sure, you can sell another fossil, not your first fossil. However, selling the fossils can be a great source of reliable income every day that you will earn as well.

All you have to do if you want to sell the fossils faster is to look for more fossils. After you have a lot of fossils, you can then sell them to Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny for some Bells.

Tips to Find More Fossils Faster

To sell the fossils that you have found to Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny, you  may need to do some extra ways. However, the fossils can be found in the ground throughout your island, meaning the location is not specified.

No worries! We’ll give you some tips to find more fossils faster, here’s how!

    1. Make sure to track of your donation
      You may need to track your donation to narrow the down list of fossils that you still have to find. You can track your donation through the Nook Shopping catalog. However, the catalog will inform you what you have collected and not what you have donated. By keeping track of your donation, you will focus on finding the fossils that you have not found yet.
    2. Dig as much as possible
      Dig as much as possible
      At the beginning of every new day in Animal Crossing that officially starts at 5 a.m., a new bunch of fossils will be available around your island. Every day, there will be four fossils that can be found. Sure, if you want to get more fossils, make sure to dig daily as much as possible.
    3. Try to check the Mystery Island
      To collect fossils and any resources in Animal Crossing, Mystery Islands are a great destination to visit. Generally, the Mystery Island will provide rare resources that may be hard to find. Make sure to bring a shovel when visiting a Mystery Island and keep your eyes to spot little stars on the ground.
    4. Search obstructed areas
      To find the fossils faster, make sure to search for them in specific areas. You may need to look for the fossils in the areas with hundreds of pieces of furniture which may hide the star. As a clue, the fossils will appear on even the smallest patch of grass and they may appear on dirt and sand paths.

Well, those are some tips and tricks that you can do to get more fossils and sell them to Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny as quickly as possible.

How to Trade Fossils with Your Friends?

To speed up completing the Museum’s fossil section, you may need to trade the fossils. You definitely can trade the fossils that you have found with your friends, instead of selling duplicate fossils that you have donated.

Before you trade the fossils with your friends, you have to ask your friends whether they still need the fossils that you have duplicated. If they are willing, you can conduct a trade with them. So, you will earn some bells by trading the fossils that you have found.

Here’s a Price List of Each Fossil in Animal Crossing!

If you have a large amount of fossils that you have found, you can sell them to Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny. There are at least 70 fossils you can find around your island and each fossil will have a different price.

To make it easy for you to sell your fossils, we also show you a price list of fossils that we got from Animal Crossing; New Horizons Wiki. Here are they:

Fossil Name Sell Price
Acanthostega 2,000
Amber 1,200
Ammonite 1,100
Ankylo Skull 3,500
Ankylo Tail 2,500
Ankylo Torso 3,000
Anomalocaris 2,000
Archaeopteryx 1,300
Archelon Skull 4,000
Archelon Tail 3,500
Australopith 1,100
Brachio Chest 5,500
Brachio Pelvis 5,000
Brachio Skull 6,000
Brachio Tail 5,500
Coprolite 1,100
Deinony Tail 2,500
Deinony Torso 3,000
Dimetrodon Skull 5,500
Dimetrodon Torso 5,000
Dinosaur Track 1,000
Diplo Chest 4,000
Diplo Neck 4,500
Diplo Pelvis 4,500
Diplo Skull 5,000
Diplo Tail 4,500
Diplo Tail Tip 4,000
Dunkleosteus 3,500
Eusthenopteron 2,000
Iguanodon Skull 4,000
Iguanodon Tail 3,000
Iguanodon Torso 3,500
Juramaia 1,500
Left Megalo Side 4,000
Left Ptera Wing 4,500
Left Quetzal Wing 5,000
Mammoth Skull 3,000
Mammoth Torso 2,500
Megacero Skull 4,500
Megacero Tail 3,000
Megacero Torso 3,500
Myllokunmingia 1,500
Ophthalmo Skull 2,500
Ophthalmo Torso 2,000
Pachy Skull 4,000
Pachy Tail 3,000
Parasaur Skull 3,500
Parasaur Tail 2,500
Parasaur Torso 3,000
Plesio Torse (was Body pre-1.3) 4,500
Plesio Skull 4,000
Plesio Tail 4,500
Ptera Body 4,000
Quetzal Torso 4,500
Right Megalo Side 5,500
Right Ptera Wing 4,500
Right Quetzal Wing 5,000
Sabertooth Skull 2,500
Sabertooth Tail 2,000
Shark-Tooth Pattern 1,000
Spino Skull 4,000
Spino Tail 2,500
Spino Torso 3,000
Stego Skull 5,000
Stego Tail 4,000
Stego Torso 4,500
T. Rex Skull 6,000
T. Rex Tail 5,000
T. Rex Torso 5,500
Tricera Skull 5,500
Tricera Tail 4,500
Tricera Torso 5,000
Trilobite 1,300

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