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Page creatorAeroSnake (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation09:15, May 18, 2020
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Date of latest edit09:43, May 27, 2021
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I saw somewhere that the stamp booths can change location each day. Note that booths don't necessarily have to be in every room, with some rooms having more than one. I'll also give the NTSC English quotes for examining the stamp booths. From what I've seen, possible locations include the following... For the main bug area, Giant Tree (It seems the bugs gather for tree sap at night.) and Quiet Bench (Sometimes it's nice to take a short breather and relax on the bench.). For the glass display bug area, Hiding Bugs (Bugs: Masters of disguise!). For the freshwater fish area, Serenity Tank (Little guys, just chillin' in a little tank. Must be nice.) and Headwaters (Different fish live in different parts of the same river. Wow!). For the deep sea area, The Deep (That is one big ocean!). For the main fossil area, Pterosaurs (They should call this display "NOT Dinosaurs, Chapter Two.") and Synapsids ("Distant relatives of mammals." Huh.). For the post-Ice Age room, Cenozoic (What are those silhouettes above and behind them?). - unsigned comment from AeroSnake (talk • contribs)
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