Fossil pieces are acquired by digging and assessed/identified by Blathers in the Museum. Some fossils are composed of multiple pieces and must be assembled.
The version of Animal Crossing New Horizons in which this item first appeared.
An alternative currency with which this item can be purchased.
The amount of alternative currency with which this item can be purchased.
Whether or not this item can be placed outdoors.
A description of the fossil, courtesy of Blathers.
Whether or not this item can only be acquired during its seasonal event.
Whether or not this item can be purchased in the in-game Nook Shopping catalog.
The group to which this fossil belongs.
The minimum number of points awarded by the Happy Home Academy for displaying this item.
A shared category of which this item is a member, as determined by the Happy Home Academy.
A list of Happy Home Academy "concepts" to which this item belongs.
The Happy Home Academy "series" in which this item belongs.
The Happy Home Academy "furniture set" in which this item belongs.
ID of the object.
The type of interaction that this item allows when placed.
A unique identifier for this item that is internal to the game.
Whether or not this item acts as a surface, allowing Miscellaneous items and Photos to be placed on top of it.
The length of this item when placed, in grid blocks.
The type of light emitted by this item when placed.
Whether or not this item appears in the in-game Nook Shopping catalog.
The room in which this fossil is placed in the Museum.
The name of this item.
The price of this item in Bells. If not present, it means the item cannot be bought with Bells.
The resale value of this item in Bells.
The seasonal event during which this item is available.
Additional freeform notes on acquiring this item.
A list of sources for acquiring this item.
The type of speaker that this item can act as when placed.
A list of one or more unique variants of this item.
The width of this item when placed, in grid blocks.