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'''Pearl oysters''' (アコヤガイ, ''Akoyagai'') are a type of [[deep sea creature]] found in {{NL}}. In all games, pearl oysters also are found as [[shell]]s.
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'''Pearl oysters''' (アコヤガイ, ''Akoyagai'') are a type of [[deep sea creature]] found in {{NL}}. In all games, pearl oysters also are found as [[shell]]s. Despite their name, they are not related to [[Oyster|oysters]] but moreso to clams and other bivalves.
  
 
==Donating to the Museum==
 
==Donating to the Museum==

Revision as of 21:12, September 20, 2013

"I got a pearl oyster! Mostly I just wanted the pearl!" —New Leaf
Pearl oyster
Pearl Oyster NL.png
Scientific name Pinctada
Family Pteriidae
Time of year All year
Time of day All day
Location Ocean
Size 10 cm
Shadow size Small
Shadow movement Stationary
Selling price 1,600 Bells
Main Appearances
Other Appearances

Pearl oysters (アコヤガイ, Akoyagai) are a type of deep sea creature found in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. In all games, pearl oysters also are found as shells. Despite their name, they are not related to oysters but moreso to clams and other bivalves.

Donating to the Museum

In New Leaf

Upon donating the pearl oyster to the Museum, it can be found in the large pool in the first room of the ocean exhibit, along with many other species of deep sea creatures. The exhibit has this to say about the pearl oyster:

"Pearls are formed when mostly calcium carbonate and protein envelop foreign substances. Pearl oysters have numerous threadlike feet sticking out from their shell opening. These allow them to latch onto surrounding rocks and are actually surprisingly strong. Their adductor muscles are edible and are considered a delicious ingredient in some foods."