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:
Name Location Time Yellow butterfly Flying 4am – 7pm Bell cricket On the ground 5pm – 8am Red dragonfly Flying 8am – 7pm Darner dragonfly Flying 8am – 5pm Banded dragonfly Flying 8am – 5pm Stinkbug On flowers All day Man-faced stink bug On flowers 7pm – 8am Ladybug On flowers 8am – 5pm Tiger beetle On the ground All day Scorpion On the ground 7pm – 4am
Name Location Shadow size Time Snapping Turtle River Large 9pm – 4am Catfish Pond Medium-large 4pm – 9am Tilapia River Medium-small All day Angelfish River Small 4pm – 9am Betta River Small 9am – 4pm Rainbowfish River Tiny 9am – 4pm Moray eel Sea Thin All day Ribbon eel Sea Thin All day Giant trevally Pier Large All day Mahi-mahi Pier Large All day
Name Shadow size Swimming pattern Time Spotted garden eel Medium Slow consistent movement 4am – 9pm Giant isopod Large Quick long lunges 9am – 4pm
9pm – 4am
Name Location Time Tarantula On the ground 7pm – 4am
Name Location Shadow size Time Dab Sea Medium-small All day Tuna Pier Huge All day Blue marlin Pier Huge All day
Name Shadow size Swimming pattern Time Sea cucumber Medium Slow consistent movement All day Spider crab Medium Quick All day Snow crab Large Quick short lunges All day
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