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|This is one tough nut to crack, but a professional might be able to break it open.|
|Source:||Foraging • Island Trader|
|Found in:||Ginger Island|
|Sell Price:||Cannot be sold|
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The first golden coconut to be cracked will always produce a Golden Walnut.
Golden Coconuts also have a chance to produce:
|Banana Sapling||Takes 28 days to produce a mature Banana tree. Bears fruit in the summer, or all year round when planted on Ginger Island.||850g||*|
|Mango Sapling||Takes 28 days to produce a mature Mango tree. Bears fruit in the summer, or all year round when planted on Ginger Island.||850g||*|
|Pineapple Seeds (5)||Plant these in warm weather. Takes 14 days to mature, and keeps producing fruit after that.||240g||*|
|Taro Tuber (5)||Plant these in warm weather. Takes 10 days to mature. Grows faster if planted near a body of water.||20g||*|
|Mahogany Seed||This can be planted to grow a mahogany tree.||100g||*|
|Fossilized Skull||It's a perfect specimen!||100g||*|
|Iridium Ore (5)||An exotic ore with many curious properties. Can be smelted into bars.||100g||*|
|Golden Helmet||It's half of a golden coconut.||N/A||*|
*After getting the Golden Helmet the probability is set to. If the player has not gotten it yet, the probability of the first seven is actually until it is gotten.
- The player can skip having to forage by buying 10 Coconuts from the Oasis on Mondays, then trading them with the Island Trader for 1 Golden Coconut.
- 1.5: Introduced.