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How much does a giant clam sell for in Animal Crossing?

Asked: Nathan Hammond, Last Updated:

A single gigas giant clam can be sold for 15,000 Bells at Nook's Cranny, or for even more if you sell it to CJ when he visits your island. Also remember that you'll need to donate one of these creatures to Blathers at the museum if you want to finish your sea creature collection.

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