Guide: Bugs, Fish, And Sea Creatures Leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons After November

Guide: Bugs, Fish, And Sea Creatures Leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons After November

November will be ending soon, and this means there will be a number of bugs, fish and sea creatures that will no longer be available to catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Notable Animal Crossing: New Horizons critters leaving the Northern Hemisphere after November include the Golden Trout, as well as the Umbrella Octopus. For the Southern Hemisphere, notable critters leaving include the Oarfish and Dungeness Crab.

You can find the full list of these departing critters below, as well as when and where to catch them:

Northern Hemisphere

Bugs

NameLocationTime
Monarch butterflyFlying4am – 5pm
Long locustOn the ground8am – 7pm
Migratory locustOn the ground8am – 7pm
Rice grasshopperOn the ground8am – 7pm
CricketOn the ground5pm – 8am
MantisOn flowers8am – 5pm
Orchid mantisOn white flowers8am – 5pm
Violin beetleOn tree stumpsAll day
Walking stickOn trees4am – 8am & 5pm – 7pm
FleaOn villagersAll day

 

Fish

NameLocationShadow sizeTime
Cherry salmonRiver (Clifftop) PondMedium-smallAll day
CharRiver (Clifftop) PondMedium-smallAll day
Golden troutRiver (Clifftop)Medium-small4pm – 9am
Mitten crabRiverSmall4pm – 9am
GuppyRiverTiny9am – 4pm
Neon tetraRiverTiny9am – 4pm
Sea horseSeaTinyAll day
Zebra turkeyfishSeaMedium-smallAll day
Barred knifejawSeaMedium-smallAll day
RaySeaLarge4am – 9pm

 

Sea Creatures

NameShadow sizeSwimming patternTime
Chambered nautilusMediumMedium4pm-9am
Umbrella OctopusSmallFastAll Day
Gazami CrabMediumFastAll day

Southern Hemisphere

Bugs

NameLocationTime
Mole cricketUndergroundAll day

 

Fish

NameLocationShadow sizeTime
LoachRiverSmallAll day
Golden troutRiver (Clifftop)Medium-small4pm – 9am
OarfishSeaHugeAll day

 

Sea Creatures

NameShadow sizeSwimming patternTime
Turban shellSmallSlowAll day
Dungeness CrabMediumModerate consistent movementAll Day

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