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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon Guide – Where to Find Fossils, All Fossil Pokemon, Evolutions

Fossils have been in Pokemon games for years and years. It may not be that difficult to find them but it can be quite difficult to understand how you can turn them into Pokemon or using them to evolve your Pokemon into unique Pokemon.

Finding Pokemon Fossils in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon might not be a difficult task, however, using these Pokemon fossils to evolve Pokemon into unique Pokemon will take some work and this Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon Guide will help you step-by-step on how to get Pokemon Fossils, where to find them, and how to use them to evolve Pokemon into unique Pokemon.

For more help on Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you can check out our Z-Crystals Locations Guide, Eevee Evolutions Guide, and Lucky Eggs Guide.

This Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon Guide will tell you how you can find Pokemon fossils and all the ins and outs of the process of reviving the Pokemon Fossils or in other term use these fossils to evolve your Pokemon into unique Pokemon.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon Guide

This Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon Guide should help you on how to get and where to get all of the four Pokemon fossils in Pokemon USAUM so that you can use them to evolve your Pokemon into unique Pokemon.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon

First of all, you need to find Pokemon fossils. There are five fossils in each game. If you want to get your hand on all ten of the unique Pokemon, you will need to trade with players of the other game. Now on where to get Pokemon fossils in the new Pokemon game?

Well, they are not found in caves or dungeons, but rather in shops.

Go to the Stone Shop in KoniKoni City and buy them for 7000 dollars apiece. However, you can only get one copy of each fossil. You can also breed a Ditto and trade them to get the Fossil Pokemon.

If you have the Ultra Sun, you will have access to the Helix, Claw, Skull, Cover and Jaw Fossil. If you have the Ultra Moon, you will be able to get the Dome, Root, Armor, Plume and Sail Fossil. When you have the desired fossil and want to turn it into Pokemon, head over to the Pokemon Center to Route 8. Now move up from the door of the center and turn right into a forest. There will be a guy there near the RV who will revive your fossils into living Pokemon.

Helix Fossil
This fossil turns into an Omanyte. A Rock/Water-type Pokemon that used to swim around ancient oceans feeding on planktons. Omanyte looks like an octopus inside of a spiral shell. At level 40. Omanyte, this Pokemon eventually evolves into Omastar.

Claw Fossil
This fossil hatches into an Anorith, a Rock/Bug-type. This pokemon resembles a shrimp, an ancient one. It is said that once rejuvenated from the from the fossil, it cannot survive in the ocean because the composition of the water is not similar to that in ancient times. At level 40 it evolves into Armaldo.

Skull Fossil
The fossil changes into a Cranidos i.e. a Rock-type Pokemon. It is known for its big head that comes handy for excellent headbutts. It resembles a dinosaur baby expect with an exceptionally large forehead. This Pokemon eventually evolves into Rampardos.

Cover Fossil
Tirtouga is the rejuvenation of this fossil that resembles a prehistoric turtle with a blue shell and body. It is a Water/Rock-type Pokemon that evolves into a Carracosta at level 37.

Jaw Fossil
Tirtouga is the rejuvenation of this fossil that resembles a prehistoric turtle with a blue shell and body. It is a Water/Rock-type Pokemon that evolves into a Carracosta at level 37.

Dome Fossil
Kabuto. The pokemon is a fossil itself that resembles a shell-fish. Although fossilized, its species still roam the earth and have ,managed to thrive through millions of years. It is a Water/Rock-type Pokemon that eventually evolves into Kabutops.

Root Fossil
Lileep is a Rock/Grass-type Pokemon that look like a fly-trap. It has an open mouth on its head that it uses to catch unsuspecting prey. In ancient times, it used to stay anchored to rock, completely immobile, waiting for a prey to come get devoured by its trap. Eventually it evolves into Cradily.

Armor Fossil
Shieldon is a Rock/Steel type Pokemon. It has an impenetrable armour over its body especially covering its head, which it uses for head butts. However, it is vulnerable to attack from behind. Eventually it evolves into Bastiodon.

Plume Fossil
Archen is Rock/Flying-type Pokemon that resembles a Pterosaur. It is covered with features colored in a beautiful array. It is also known to be the ancestor of all the flying Pokemon. It eventually evolves into Archeops.

Sail Fossil
Amaura is an Ice/Rock-type Pokemon. It is the most beautiful of all fossil Pokemon featuring a gorgeous long neck, aromatic eyelashes and diamonds like engraving on its body. Its fossils are buried under ice.

This Pokemon eventually evolves into Aurorus. However, it should only be trained in the moonlight to achieve this transformation.

Fossil Rejuvenation

In order to revive a fossil, you need to find the Fossil Restoration Centre. It is located inside the forest on Route 8, where you will find an old man in a trailer. He shall ask you if you want you want to restore you fossil. Give him the fossil and he shall revive the Pokemon.

You can do this as many times as you want, so long as you have a fossil with you.

That is all we have for our Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Fossil Pokemon Guide. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!