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Hairy Serpent Fossil

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Hairy Serpent Fossil
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Hey! Pikmin. × 400
Weight 8
Maximum carriers 8 Pikmin
Location Glowing Bloom Pond

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The Hairy Serpent Fossil is a treasure in Hey! Pikmin. It is actually a red plastic toothbrush, with white bristles. It is about half of Captain Olimar's height, and 6 times his width.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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After going down a vine, the player can find a doorway behind a dirt block. On the other side, Olimar must use the Widemouthed Anode Beetles to make the Bloominous Stemples bloom, in order to access and retrieve the treasure.


Hey! Pikmin logs

The remains of a serpentine creature with the hair still intact. My wife always cautioned me against letting my hair end up like the president's: "Caring for what you have keeps it from fleeing."

Play Nintendo[edit]

Olimar has quite an imagination, so it's no wonder he thinks this treasure is the fossil of a fuzzy snake. You may recognize this skinny stick as a toothbrush, which goes well with the "Rocket Polish" from Question 3.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Slang met een hanenkam Snake with a mohawk
Flag of France French Fossile de serpent à brosse Serpent fossil with a crew cut
Flag of Germany German Irokesenwurm Mohawkwyrm
Flag of Italy Italian Fossile di insetto peloso Hairy insect fossil
Flag of Mexico Spanish (NoA) Fósil de lombriz peluda Hairy worm fossil
Flag of Spain Spanish (NoE) Fósil de lombriz crestada Crested worm fossil

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