In this Zelda Breath of the Wild guide, we will tell you how to find Leviathan Bones easily and where they are located.

“The Leviathan Bones” is one of the numerous side missions in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that necessitates some investigation. Three brothers are debating their beliefs about the ancient Leviathans and how they may have been extinct at the Serenne Stable. Onya believes it was due to an ice age, whereas Akhrah believes it was due to a volcanic explosion, and Garshon believes it was due to a great drought. 

Unfortunately, they haven’t been able to discover any Leviathan remains, so their investigation is still incomplete, and they’ll ask Link to send them images of the bones. The brothers, on the other hand, have a good idea where the bones are and guide Link in the direction of the Eldin Mountains, Hebra area, and Gerudo region to get him moving in the correct way. 

How To Find Leviathan Bones
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Although the Leviathan bones in Breath of the Wild are gigantic and difficult to capture entirely on the Sheikah Slate’s camera, the brothers will accept images as long as the Leviathan’s head is seen. Garshon offers Link 300 Rupees as a prize, making this one of the greatest side tasks to perform if you’re short on cash.

How To Find Leviathan Bones

If players arrive at these areas before accepting the quest, each Leviathan’s position will be noted on the map as a “Great Skeleton,” making it very easy to find them again. If players haven’t located the skeletons yet, they may still see them on the map of Hyrule in Breath of the Wild, and they can zoom in and scan the three zones to find their whereabouts. Unfortunately, one of the Leviathan skeletons is concealed in a cave and cannot be seen from above, so Link will have to do some exploration to collect all three Leviathan bones.

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How To Find Leviathan Bones: Gerudo bones

How To Find Leviathan Bones
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The Leviathan skeleton can be found in the Gerudo area, deep in the Gerudo desert, near the bottom left corner of the map. The Gerudo Desert is difficult to cross due to its fluctuating temperature and thick sands, but Link may capture or rent a Sand Seal in Gerudo Town to make the journey much faster and simpler. After taking a snapshot of the Leviathan’s bones, players will discover a Shrine and a Great Fairy Fountain inside its ribcage in Breath of the Wild.

How To Find Leviathan Bones: East Deplian bones

How To Find Leviathan Bones
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Your next destination is the East Deplian Badlands. An area of barren ground lies on the very northern edge of the map. You can see a prominent outline of a giant skeleton to the northwest of Death Mountain if you zoom in. Here is the next set of Leviathan bones. You should head over there and take a photo of the skull.

How To Find Leviathan Bones: Hebra bones

Hebra bones
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By far the most difficult set of bones to find and photograph is the third set. However, once you know how to go about it, it’s not too difficult. Near the northeastern edge of the map, you’ll find Hebra North Summit. Zoom in and you’ll see a small patch of water on the east side of the map. This is the direction you want to take.

Two massive, impenetrable doors are located down the hill from this little pond. There are a handful of snowballs at the top of the slope that you may roll down the hill. You may have a good idea of what’s going to happen here. Cryonis can be used to fill the hole with the pond and make a passage for the snowball. 

Roll a snowball down the hill after that, and it’ll build up enough size and velocity to bring down the doors. Inside, you’ll find the final set of leviathan bones as well as a shrine to your sufferings.

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