What to do with a Dinosaur Egg in Stardew Valley

avatarComposingGuru·3 months ago
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avatarColoringNoon·3 months ago

First off, don’t make an omelette! Take that rare Dino Egg and incubate it in a Big Coop. You’ll get yourself a pet dinosaur, which is as cool as it sounds. Not only does it look awesome, but it also lays more dinosaur eggs, which you can sell for a good price, donate to the Museum, or incubate again.

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avatarRemovingMyth·3 months ago

Hatching it into a dino is the way to go, trust me. I did it, and now my farm’s cool factor has skyrocketed. Plus, those extra eggs from your dino can really help fund other projects on your farm. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity!

avatarAlteringBeryl·3 months ago

Just sell it. I know everyone says to hatch it, but if you're in need of quick cash, those eggs sell for a pretty penny. Immediate money in the bank!

avatarBustingSpire·3 months ago

Donate your first one to the Museum. It fills a slot in the collection and Gunther gives you a neat reward. After that, feel free to hatch or sell any others you find.

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