Professor Snail Survey Guide, How Many Purple Starfish Are On Ginger Island In Stardew Valley? – You will encounter a tonne of new material as you first visit Ginger Island in Stardew Valley, including a funny archaeologist and a volcano dungeon. This NPC’s name is Professor Snail, and you can accomplish a few of his tasks for rewards.
We’ll go over how to finish Professor Snail’s Island Survey in this guide. For this, you must provide two straightforward answers in order to receive a prize. We’ll quickly go over where to find Professor Snail and how to access these surveys first.
Where To Find Professor Snail
Professor Snail can be located on Ginger Island, as was previously mentioned. North of the starting beach is where you can find the professor’s tent. Go north from here and then continue on the route until you reach a small green tent.
You’ll need to save Professor Snail before entering. There is a broken bridge at a dig site to the left of his tent. You can fix the bridge and access the Dig Site by giving the parrot there ten Golden Walnuts.
When you arrive at the Dig Site, you’ll see a blocked-off cave where Professor Snail is imprisoned. These rocks are easily breakable with any kind of bomb. Professor Snail will be released when the boulder crumbles, and you can speak with him at the Island Field Office after that.
Completing Island Surveys
It’s time to finish some surveys now. There are two that you must finish; the survey and the right response are both underneath.
|Number of Purple Flowers||22|
|Number of Purple Starfish||18|
You will have to wait till the next day if you select the incorrect response. You are only permitted to respond to each poll once per day.
One Golden Walnut will be given to you if your survey response is correct. This means that by completing both surveys, you can earn a total of two walnuts.
You can complete the four fossil collections in addition to the surveys. Check out our comprehensive guide to each fossil collection for details on how to finish these.
You will acquire the Ostrich Incubator, which is used to hatch Ostrich eggs, after finishing all of the fossil collections and both surveys.