Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Catch These Sea Creatures Before They Leave On September!

As August ends, so does the journey of Animal Crossing: New Horizons players with some of the game’s sea creatures.

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Together with the bugs, the fish and other sea creatures in New Horizons will leave the game when September starts. This is for the new, cool feature that will emphasize the cycle of creatures as they emerge and migrate during different seasons in the real world.

This means that as the Northern Hemisphere enters the fall and as Southern Hemisphere meets the spring, a number of game creatures will also start their migration starting tomorrow, September 1.

Whether your island is located in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, these are the fish and sea creatures that you should catch before they leave your island behind:

Northern Hemisphere

Five fish will be leaving your island come September 1:

Killifish – Time: all day and night | Location: Ponds | Date of Return: April 2021
Frog – Time: all day and night | Location: Ponds | Date of Return: May 2021
Giant Snakehead – Time: 9 am-4 pm | Location: Ponds | Date of Return: June 2021
Napoleon fish – Time: 4 am-9 pm | Location: Sea | Date of Return: July 2021
Squid – Time: all day and night | Location: Ponds | Date of Return: December 2020

For sea creatures, only two will be leaving:

Sea Pineapple – Time: any time of day | Date of Return: April 2021
Vampire Squid – Time: 4 pm – 9 am | Date of Return: May 2021

Southern Hemisphere

Two fish will be leaving Southern Hemisphere islands on September 1:

Pond Smelt – Time: all day and night | Location: Rivers | Date of Return: June 2021
Blowfish – Time: 9 pm-4 am | Location: Sea | Date of Return: May 2021

Four sea creatures will also no longer be catchable:

Oyster – Time: any time of day | Date of Return: March 2021
Sea Pig – Time: 4 pm-9 am | Date of Return: May 2021
Sweet Shrimp – Time: 4 pm-9 am | Date of Return: March 2021
Venus’ Flower Basket – Time: any time of day | Date of Return: April 2021

Although this can be a bit sad, watch out for the new fish and sea creatures that will be visiting your islands this season!

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