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

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

October 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 October include the Giant Trevally, as well as the Scorpion. For the Southern Hemisphere, notable critters leaving include the Blue Marlin and Tarantula.

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

Northern Hemisphere

Bugs

NameLocationTime
Yellow butterflyFlying4am – 7pm
Bell cricketOn the ground5pm – 8am
Red dragonflyFlying8am – 7pm
Darner dragonflyFlying8am – 5pm
Banded dragonflyFlying8am – 5pm
StinkbugOn flowersAll day
Man-faced stink bugOn flowers7pm – 8am
LadybugOn flowers8am – 5pm
Tiger beetleOn the groundAll day
ScorpionOn the ground7pm – 4am

 

Fish

NameLocationShadow sizeTime
Snapping TurtleRiverLarge9pm – 4am
CatfishPondMedium-large4pm – 9am
TilapiaRiverMedium-smallAll day
AngelfishRiverSmall4pm – 9am
BettaRiverSmall9am – 4pm
RainbowfishRiverTiny9am – 4pm
Moray eelSeaThinAll day
Ribbon eelSeaThinAll day
Giant trevallyPierLargeAll day
Mahi-mahiPierLargeAll day

 

Sea Creatures

NameShadow sizeSwimming patternTime
Spotted garden eelMediumSlow consistent movement4am – 9pm
Giant isopodLargeQuick long lunges9am – 4pm

9pm – 4am

Southern Hemisphere

Bugs

NameLocationTime
TarantulaOn the ground7pm – 4am

 

Fish

NameLocationShadow sizeTime
DabSeaMedium-smallAll day
TunaPierHugeAll day
Blue marlinPierHugeAll day

 

Sea Creatures

NameShadow sizeSwimming patternTime
Sea cucumberMediumSlow consistent movementAll day
Spider crabMediumQuickAll day
Snow crabLargeQuick short lungesAll day

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