スティラコサウルス Sutirakosaurusu
Scientific name Styracosaurus albertensis
Period Late Cretaceous
Sections Styraco Skull
Styraco Tail
Styraco Torso
Length 18 feet
Price Skull: 3,500 Bells
Tail: 2,500 bells
Torso: 3,000 bells
Appearances City Folk,
New Leaf
Regional names Flag of France small Styracosaure
Flag of Italy small Stiracosauro

The styracosaurus is a three-part fossil that can be donated to the museum. It was introduced in City Folk and reappears in New Leaf.

Completing the Styracosaurus

In City Folk

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

"...What, hoo?! It seems the styracosaurus is complete! Wondrous! Just wondrous! The styracosaurus appeared in the late days of the dinosaurs. Its characteristic horns and collar looked like frills--very dino-fashionable, wot wot! And actually, they had to be, because the rear frill was used by males to attract females. I guess male-female relations haven't changed much in all these years, eh wot? HOO! I...beg your pardon! I was so enthralled, I... I spouted hot air like a boiling teapot, eh wot?"

In New Leaf

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

"Styracosaurus literally means "spiked lizard." It looked roughly like a more intense triceratops. In addition to the spike on its nose, it had three sets of horns extending from its gaudy neck frill. Fossils have generally been found in groups, so the belief is that it was a herd animal."

As a Furniture Item

Name HRA Points Feng Shui Genre Size (sq)
Styraco Skull 1,000 Brown (x2) Retro 4
Styraco Tail 1,000 Brown (x2) Retro 4
Styraco Torso 1,000 Brown (x2) Retro 4

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