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The velociraptor is a two-part fossil that can be donated to the museum. It was introduced in City Folk and is present in New Leaf and can be collected by Happy Home Handbook in Happy Home Designer.

Donation to the museum[]

In City Folk[]

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

"Velociraptors first began to appear in the last days of the dinosaurs. Their bodies were small, but they could run fast and were smart enough to use teamwork...In some respects, they were the best hunters in the dinosaur world!"

In New Leaf[]

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

"Usually just called raptors, they're also known as velociraptors, which literally means "swift seizers." They had large heads for their bodies, so theories suggest they were relatively intelligent. Though not imposing in stature, they had large and deadly claws on their hind legs."

As a furniture item[]

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

Further Information[]

Main article: Velociraptor on Wikipedia

In other languages[]

Language Name Translation
Japan Japanese ラプター Raputā -
France French Vélociraptor -
Spain Spanish Velocirraptor -
Germany German Velociraptor -
Italy Italian Velociraptor -
South Korea Korean 랩터 Raepteo -

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