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Animal Crossing Egg locations: How to get an Earth egg, Leaf egg, Sky egg, Stone egg, Water egg and Wood egg in New Horizons explained

How to find all six of the special Bunny Day eggs in New Horizons.

In celebration of Bunny Day, Zipper T. Bunny has hidden a variety of special eggs across your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

This egg hunt will have you searching for Earth eggs, Leaf eggs, Sky eggs, Stone eggs, Water eggs and Wood eggs.

With these eggs, you'll be able to craft a variety of special Bunny Day themed items!

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What are the six types of Eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons?

Eggs are the special materials that are used to craft the Bunny Day furniture and outfit items in New Horizons.

Zipper T. Bunny has hidden these eggs across your island and it's up to you to find them. Just make sure you stay outdoors, because they haven't hidden them inside any buildings.

As you collect these eggs, you might even discover some new Bunny Day DIY recipes yourself.

There are six eggs types for you to discover in total:

  • Earth egg
  • Leaf egg
  • Sky egg
  • Stone egg
  • Water egg
  • Wood egg

Below you'll learn how to find each of these eggs - be it by fishing or shaking trees.

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How to find Earth eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

Earth eggs are, as you might have guessed, found in the ground in New Horizons.

Keep a lookout for cracks in the ground, just like those that contain fossils, and, when you dig them up, you might find yourself holding an Earth egg.

How to find Leaf eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

Leaf eggs are by far the easiest egg to find in New Horizons, because they grow on trees.

All you have to do is walk around your island and, when you find a tree growing these special eggs, shake it to make them fall from the ground.

Once you've collected enough Leaf eggs, you should discover three new DIY recipes!

How to find Sky eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

Sky eggs can be found by popping the special Bunny Day balloon that will float across your island in New Horizons.

Make sure you might every balloon you see too, because you might find a Bunny Day DIY recipe.

Shoot down special Bunny Day balloons to find Sky eggs.

How to find Stone eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

You can find Stone eggs by hitting rocks with your shovel in New Horizons. Rather than another Iron Nugget or piece of Stone, you might find a Stone egg popping out of the rock when you hit it.

How to find Water eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

If you want to collect Water eggs in New Horizons, then it's time grab your fishing rod and start fishing.

Head to any water source and toss out your line to the nearest fish shadow. When you reel the fish in you might discover that, instead of a fish, you've caught a Water egg instead.

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How to find Wood eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons explained

Wood eggs are found by chopping trees just like how you collect the various types of wood in New Horizons.

Simply head around your island, chopping any old tree and you might find a Wood egg instead. Just make sure you look out for wasps!

Happy egg hunting!

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