|Scientific name||Ankylosaurus magniventris|
|Sections|| Ankylo Skull|
|Price|| Skull: 3,000 Bells|
Tail: 2,500 Bells
Torso: 3,000 Bells
|Appearances|| Wild World,|
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
|Regional names|| Ankylosaure |
The ankylosaurus is a three-part fossil that can be found in Wild World, City Folk, and Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Fossils are generally donated to the museum to complete the exhibits but may also be sold at Tom Nook's for a reasonable price.
Completing the Ankylosaurus
In Wild World
"Huzzah, I say! HUZZAH! Such joy! Such delight! If I may be so bold, allow me to expound briefly upon the ankylosaur... This marvelous herbivore was covered in spikes from head to back, eh wot? I challenge you to find a more perfectly protected body. You shan't succeed! Not only that, but this great beast could also swing its hammerlike tail! Hoo, this allowed it to attack as well as defend. With an attack like that... Why, any carnivore would likely think twice about snacking on this fellow! Ah! Forgive my babbling. It's that tail, you see... One can't help but rave!"
In City Folk
"Ankylosaurus was armored on its head and back with savage-looking spikes. It's rather brilliant that it had such formidable defenses despite the fact that it was an herbivore. These fellows could also hit predators with their hammer-shaped tails! They were a right fright when angered. Much like the president of a company or something..."
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a plaque by the display offers information about the fossil instead of Blathers.
"The ankylosaurus is famous for the distinctive armor that covered its body from head to toe. This armor consisted of large bone knobs and plates covered in a thick, leathery skin. When threatened by carnivorous dinosaurs, it would swing its club-like tail to protect itself."
|Name||HRA Points||Feng Shui||Genre||Size (sq)|
|Ankylo Skull||1,000||Brown (x2)|| Old School (WW)|
|Ankylo Tail||1,000||Brown (x2)|| Old School (WW)|
|Ankylo Torso||1,000||Brown (x2)|| Old School (WW)|