Shark tooth
サメの歯 Same no ha
Shark tooth
Scientific name Carcharodon megalodon
Period Unknown
Price 1,000 Bells
Appearances Wild World,
City Folk,
New Leaf
Regional names Flag of France small Dent de requin
Flag of Germany small Haizahn
Flag of Italy small Dente di squalo

The shark tooth is a stand-alone fossil that can be donated to the museum in Wild World, City Folk, and New Leaf.

Donation to the museum

In Wild World

When the player presents the shark tooth to Blathers at the museum in Wild World, Blathers will reply with the following dialogue.

"It is believed that sharks existed long before even dinosaurs appeared... However, a shark's skeleton is made from cartilage and is softer than bone. As a result, very few have survived as fossils, eh wot? Fortunately, we CAN research them when we find a shark tooth. Ah! Oh, so very sorry! I... I cannot help it, really. And that's the tooth! Hoo!"

In City Folk

When the player shows Blathers the shark tooth in City Folk, Blathers will reply with the following dialogue.

"Capital! Unheard of! What a first-rate fossil! Sharks were actually around a long time before dinosaurs appeared on the scene, eh wot? They developed into the perfect predator, and since then they haven't changed a smidgen!"

In New Leaf

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

"This fossilized shark tooth has a distinctive serrated edge, like a steak knife. Sharks have existed since before the dinosaurs, but their appearance seems to have hardly changed at all. Their age actually puts them at a time even before plants had fully propagated over every continent."

As a Furniture Item

Name HRA Points Feng Shui Size (sq)
Shark tooth 300 Gray/Brown 1

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