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This is a list of all Pokémon fossils.

Name Image Sprite Pokémon Type
Dome Fossil
Dome Fossil
Dome Fossil Sprite Kabuto RockRock WaterWater
Helix Fossil
Helix Fossil
Helix Fossil Sprite Omanyte RockRockWaterWater
Old Amber
Old Amber
Old Amber Sprite Aerodactyl RockRock FlyingFlying
Claw Fossil
Claw Fossil
Claw Fossil Sprite
Anorith RockRock BugBug
Root Fossil
Root Fossil
Root Fossil Sprite Lileep RockRock GrassGrass
Shield Fossil
Armor Fossil
Armor Fossil Sprite Shieldon RockRock SteelSteel
Skull Fossil
Skull Fossil
Skull Fossil Sprite Cranidos RockRock
Cover Fossil
Cover Fossil
Cover Fossil Sprite Tirtouga WaterWaterRockRock
Plume Fossil
Plume Fossil
Plume Fossil Sprite Archen RockRock FlyingFlying
Jaw Fossil
Jaw Fossil
Jaw Fossil Sprite
Tyrunt RockRock DragonDragon
Sail Fossil
Sail Fossil
Sail Fossil Sprite
Amaura RockRock IceIce

Method of Obtaining

Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, LeafGreen and FireRed

The player can obtain the Dome or Helix Fossil as a key item in Mt. Moon after defeating a super nerd.

The player can obtain the Old Amber as a key item from a scientist in the back room of the Pewter City museum of science.

Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal

Fossils cannot be obtained or revived in these games. Instead, they must be traded from Pokémon Red, Blue or Yellow. Aerodactyl can be obtained from an in-game trade for a Chansey.

Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

The player can obtain the Claw or Root Fossil on Route 111. The other will sink in the sand and be lost forever. In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, all fossils can be obtained at Mirage Spots except the Jaw and Sail fossil which must be transferred from X & Y. Old Amber can be obtained regardless of version but, Dome, Armor, and Plume Fossils are exclusive to Omega Ruby and the Helix, Skull, and Cover Fossils are exclusive to Alpha Sapphire

Pokémon Emerald

The player can obtain both Claw and Root Fossils. One can be obtained in Mirage Tower in Route 111. The other will disappear with the tower until the player has become Champion. Then, the player can go into the Desert Underpass underneath the Fossil Maniac's house near Fallarbor Town and find the other fossil at the end of cave.

Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

The player can obtain the Armor and Skull Fossil from the Sinnoh Underground. The Armor Fossil isn't in Pokémon Diamond and the Skull Fossil isn't in Pokémon Pearl. In Pokémon Platinum, you can find Armor if your trainer ID is an even number and a Skull Fossil if the trainer ID is an odd number.

Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver

Pokémon Black & White

Pokémon Black 2 & White 2

Pokémon X & Y

The Jaw and Sail fossils are obtained from the Fossil assistant at the end of Glittering Cave as a choice. If the player smashes rocks in the Glittering Cave, he can get an Old Amber.

The other fossils can be obtained there after completing the game. Skull, Armor, Cover and Plume fossils are available in both games but the Claw & Root fossils are exclusive to X and Dome & Helix fossils are exclusive to Y.

Pokémon Sun & Moon

The fossils in this game are available for purchase in Olivia's Stone shop in Koni Koni City on Akala Island. They are available for 7000. Skull and Cover are exclusive to Sun while Armor and Plume are exclusive to Moon.

Methods of Revival

Pokémon Red, Blue & Yellow

A scientist in the Pokémon Lab on Cinnabar Island can revive the Fossils.

Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire & Emerald

The player can revive their fossils by talking to a man on Devon Corporation's second floor in Rustboro City. .

Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen

Like the original games, fossils can be revived by a scientist in the Pokémon Lab on Cinnabar Island.

Pokémon Diamond, Pearl & Platinum

Fossils can be revived by giving to the scientist in the Oreburgh Mining museum in Oreburgh City.

Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver

Fossils can be revived by a scientist at the Pewter Museum of Science in Pewter City.

Pokémon Black & White

Fossils can be revived at the Nacrene Museum in Nacrene City.

Pokémon X & Y

Fossils can be revived at the Ambrette Fossil Lab in Ambrette Town

Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

Like the originals, The player can revive their fossils by talking to a man on Devon Corporation's second floor in Rustboro City.

Pokémon Sun & Moon

The player can revive the fossils by going to the Fossil Resurrection Center on on Route 8 on Akala Island

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