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:
Name Location Time Monarch butterfly Flying 4am – 5pm Long locust On the ground 8am – 7pm Migratory locust On the ground 8am – 7pm Rice grasshopper On the ground 8am – 7pm Cricket On the ground 5pm – 8am Mantis On flowers 8am – 5pm Orchid mantis On white flowers 8am – 5pm Violin beetle On tree stumps All day Walking stick On trees 4am – 8am & 5pm – 7pm Flea On villagers All day
Name Location Shadow size Time Cherry salmon River (Clifftop) Pond Medium-small All day Char River (Clifftop) Pond Medium-small All day Golden trout River (Clifftop) Medium-small 4pm – 9am Mitten crab River Small 4pm – 9am Guppy River Tiny 9am – 4pm Neon tetra River Tiny 9am – 4pm Sea horse Sea Tiny All day Zebra turkeyfish Sea Medium-small All day Barred knifejaw Sea Medium-small All day Ray Sea Large 4am – 9pm
Name Shadow size Swimming pattern Time Chambered nautilus Medium Medium 4pm-9am Umbrella Octopus Small Fast All Day Gazami Crab Medium Fast All day
Name Location Time Mole cricket Underground All day
Name Location Shadow size Time Loach River Small All day Golden trout River (Clifftop) Medium-small 4pm – 9am Oarfish Sea Huge All day
Name Shadow size Swimming pattern Time Turban shell Small Slow All day Dungeness Crab Medium Moderate consistent movement All Day
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