Animallica – All Dinosaur Bones Locations

A guide to help you find all the Dinosaur Bones – Click on an image to enlarge it if you cannot see enough detail.

Where to Find All Dinosaur Bones


First bone is right at the start in the medical bay on top of a cupboard.

Corpse Harbor

From the main town head over to the Giant Oak, in the screenshot it is the faded tree under the cursor in the centre of the shot.

The Dinosaur bone is just by the smaller rock pile right by the tree.

Land Base

Head out of Land Base by the front gate and head down to the bridge on the coast where there is a land bridge partially underwater leading to the small town

Follow the land bridge until you can see a wooden walkway, the dinosaur bone is lying in a patch of white sand just before you reach the walkway (just by the shadow of the horses head in this shot).


Once you arrive at Greenhills walk up the pathway to the top of the stepping stones in the hillside, at the top look to your right and you should see a yellow stone building in the trees.

Just beyond that building are some large grey rocks surrounding a pit with a ladder leading down.

Climb to the bottom and the dinosaur bone is at the back of the cave.

Amber Hills – 2 bones

This is the only biome that has TWO dinosaur bones hidden in it.

The first bone

The one closest to the balloon is hidden in a cave, from the town head up the hill to the rocky peak shown at the centre of this shot.

Be careful the cave might be occupied! The entrance is on the far side of the rocks from the town and the bone is on the floor near a green chest.

The second bone

Head over to the castle which is North of the balloon and easy to find as there is a horse there so you can track the icon on the radar (unless you moved it).

Go to the left side of the castle where there is a fishing hut and a wooden bridge and cross the bridge.

Turn Left at the castle gate and walk between the castle wall and the water, the bone is just by a willow tree.

Akhali Desert

West of the balloon is a tower on top of a pile of rocks near a village (there are other towers but only this one is on top of a rock pile) shown at the centre of the next screenshot.

And with a zoomed in view in this shot for more clarity.

You will have to climb/jump up the rocks and reach the top for the bone.

Red Mountains

If you head downhill to the North of the balloon you’ll come to a small farmstead.

Next shot is zoomed in so you can see the farm in more detail.

If you head along the path to the right of the farm there is a lootable palm tree and the dinosaur bone is right next to it.


For this one you need to head North along the coast from the balloon until you come to the large fancy temple structure on top of the hill.

If you look downhill still sorta North you should see the blue of some water, head towards it.

The bone is on a small mound and usually has 3 geese near it, you may have to run around a bit to see it as it easily gets hidden by the raised ground.


This bone is in a crater near the balloon but you will have to kill the mutants first so be careful.

Once you have disposed of them the bone is lying on a small mound in the water (at the tip of the rifle if you having trouble seeing it) Mutant spawner left in for reference.


You will need to take out all the soldiers here as they are LETHAL, a sniper rifle is recommended and you need to clear your way to the ship.

The bone is actually underneath the ship.

Arpashi – the head

Yep! Arpashi!

This is the one that had me stumped for ages.

From the balloon run to the large rock formation between the 2 ruined towers and head to the right.

Follow the rock wall round anti clockwise and the head is near the back.

Finally the whole thing

You will need the Art Station in order to put your dinosaur pieces together.

Then you are ready to scare the pants off those noisy neighbours!

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