POI Fossil Locations Guide

I finally got around to 100% POI and I decided to share the love with you guys. Like other games in the genre, POI has a lot of things for you to find. The list is pretty long, but let me just say there is a lot of stuff to find. One collectible are the Fossils. Basically fossils are found in small sand piles around the map and need to be dug up. The shovel can be purchased from the Old Explorer, so consider doing this relatively soon. In total there are 32 fossils to collect. Collecting all the fossils in a level gives you a Explorer Medallion. Below is our POI fossil locations guide.



Cozy Canyon

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Beside ramp leading to lighthouse area.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Beside fox and fox cave.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Opposite corner of map from start.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Next to the waterwheel

POI Fossil Locations Guide

On an island beside three tightropes.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Below the rocket.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Across from the rocket.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Beside the castle wall at entrance.


Magma Mountain

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Near the archeologist.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Right of the archeologist. Look for this bone on the mountain.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Inside the ruins. Statute for reference.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Beside the large skeleton on the walkway/path.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Head to the bottom of the level either via the hole or cave. Look for the dead end with these bars.



POI Fossil Locations Guide

Look for this paw symbol. The fossil is found in an alcove beside it (you have to jump to get up here).

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Main path in the volcanic area. Look for a platform in the side of the hill.

POI Fossil Locations Guide

Across from the hole that takes you to the lower portion of level. Found in the volcanic area.

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