マンモス Manmosu
Scientific name Mammuthus primigenius
Period Pleistocene Cenozoic (WW)
Quaternary (CF)
Sections Mammoth Skull
Mammoth Torso
Length 13 feet
Price Skull: 3,000 Bells
Torso: 2,500 Bells
Appearances Animal Crossing,
Wild World,
City Folk
New Leaf
Regional names Flag of France small Mammouth
Flag of Germany small Mammut
Flag of Italy small Mammut

The mammoth is a fossil that can be donated to the museum in all Animal Crossing series games to date.

Completing the Mammoth

In Animal Crossing

In Animal Crossing, once the mammoth exhibit is complete, Blathers will give the player information about the creature through the following dialogue.

"Will wonders never cease? Blathers, your eyes must be failing you... No! It IS true! The mammoth! It's complete! Hoo, I say! Hootie hoo! Phenomenal! Sensational! A truly grand occurrence! Welcome to cloud nine! Blathers, compose yourself... Now then, where to begin? Mammoths... Yes, mammoths... The wooliest of woolies... They are, of course mammals, and ones that lived much, much later than the dinosaurs, wot wot. Pleistocene earth was their home, and they are firmly established in our minds as creatures of the Ice Age. Mammoths ranged in height from 6 feet to 14 feet at the shoulder. The wooly mammoth is their most famous species. The last of the mammoths died out some 10,000 years ago, which coincides with the ascent of man. It is, perhaps, the first animal whose extinction was contributed to by man. Though certainly not the last. Humans can truly be the most thoughtless and callous of creatures when they think only of themselves! Hoo! I say again: HOO! Oh, dear! I wasn't referring to you personally. No offense intended. Temper, temper!"

In Wild World

Upon completion of the mammoth exhibit at the museum in Wild World, Blathers will give the player some information about the creature.

"It resembled an elephant and only became extinct a mere 10,000 years ago! This shaggy beast lived in the ice age and developed pronounced tusks, wot wot? Yes, it used them to scrape ice and snow to get to the plants that it fed on! Ah. Hoo. I'm so very sorry. I'm rather a mammoth blabbermouth myself, wot."

In City Folk

After donating all of the pieces of the mammoth to the museum in City Folk, Blathers will give the player information on the creature with the following dialogue.

"The mammoth only went extinct recently. These elephant relatives died off a mere 10,000 years ago. Not so long ago, eh wot? Their herbivorous diet and arctic range has led to much speculation... Many believe they developed strong tusks to scrape through snow and ice to search for food!"

The completed mammoth can be found next to the Sabretooth Tiger in the second fossil room.

In New Leaf

In New Leaf, a plaque by the display offers information about the fossil instead of Blathers.

"The mammoth was a giant, woolly elephant-like animal equipped with long, deadly tusks. Aside from protection, the tusks were also likely used to clear paths through the snow. One theory states that mammoths became extinct at the end of the last ice age due to a lack of food."

As a Furniture Item

Name HRA Points Feng Shui Genre Size (sq)
Mammoth Skull 1,000 Brown (x2) Old School (WW)
Retro (CF)
Mammoth Torso 1,000 Brown (x2) Old School (WW)
Retro (CF)

Further Information

Mammoths were large, hairy creatures that went extinct as little as 8,000 years ago, due to the changing climate and human intervention. Unusually, although being classed as fossils in Animal Crossing, the process of fossilization takes millions of years, meaning that all mammoths found are still in their skeletal form.

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