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All New Fish and Bugs Coming To Animal Crossing New Horizons in June

All New Fish and Bugs Coming To Animal Crossing New Horizons in June

Some monthly changes are about to occur in Animal Crossing: New Horizons as we head into June. As the seasons start to shift in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, ACNH players have the opportunity to catch a bunch of new fish and bugs to earn money and donate to the museum. Some rare and valuable critters will appear starting 1st June, so be ready to capture them all and make maximum profit. We are going to help you by listing out all the fishes and bugs coming to the islands in June, both in Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere.

However, June hasn’t arrived yet. May has a little bit of time left, which means you still have some time to catch the bugs and fishes that will disappear or migrate hemispheres after May. Check out our list for critters going after May here.

With all that said, let’s jump into the appearances for June. Northern Hemisphere sees more significant changes as it is time for the warm summer months. Beware of sharks!

Critters coming to Northern Hemisphere in Animal Crossing New Horizons for June

Animal Crossing New Horizons

List of New Fishes

  • Ribbon Eel– Thin shadow, sells for 600 Bells. Found at sea all day long.
  • Piranha– Small shadow, sells for 2500 Bells. Found in the river from 9 am-4 pm & 9 pm-4 am.
  • Tilapia– Medium shadow, sells for 800 Bells. Found in the river all day long.
  • Arowana– Large shadow, sells for 10000 Bells. Found in the river from 4 pm – 9 am.
  • Suckerfish– Large shadow with fin, sells for 1500 Bells. Found at sea all day long.
  • Saddled Bichir– Large shadow, sells for 4000 Bells. Found in the river from 9 pm-4 am.
  • Dorado– Very large shadow, sells for 15000 Bells. Found in the river from 4 am-9 pm.
  • Giant Snakehead– Very large shadow, sells for 5500 Bells. Found in the pond from 9 am-4 pm.
  • Whale Shark– Huge shadow with fin, sells for 13000 Bells. Found at sea all day long.
  • Great White Shark– Huge shadow with fin, sells for 15000 Bells. Found at sea from 4 pm-9 am.
  • Hammerhead Shark– Huge shadow with fin, sells for 8000 Bells. Found at sea from 4 pm-9 am.
  • Arapaima– Huge shadow, sells for 10000 Bells. Found in the river from 4 pm-9 am.
  • Saw Shark– Huge shadow with fin, sells for 12000 Bells. Found at sea from 4 pm-9 am.
  • Gar– Huge shadow, sells for 6000 Bells. Found in the pond from 4 pm-9 am.

List of New Bugs

  • Emperor Butterfly– Found flying from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 4000 Bells.
  • Firefly– Found flying from 7 pm-4 am. Sells for 300 Bells.
  • Drone Beetle– Found on trees all day long. Sells for 200 Bells.
  • Goliath Beetle– Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 8000 Bells.
  • Rainbow Stag– Found on trees from 7 pm-8 am. Sells for 6000 Bells.
  • Mosquito– Found flying from 5 pm-4 am. Sells for 130 Bells.

Critters coming to Southern Hemisphere in Animal Crossing New Horizons for June

Not much wildlife is headed South as winter is coming. Although there are some exciting ones out there, that you can sell for a reasonable price.

List of New Fishes

  • Pond Smelt- Small shadow, sells for 500 Bells. Found in the river all day long.
  • Stringfish- Large shadow, sells for 15000 Bells. Found in the clifftop river from 4 pm-9 am.
  • Sea Butterfly- Tiny shadow, sells for 1000 Bells. Found at sea all day long.
  • Squid- Medium shadow, sells for 500 Bells. Found at sea all day long.
  • Oarfish- Huge shadow, sells for 9000 Bells. Found at sea all day long.

List of New Bugs

  • Emperor Butterfly– Found flying from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 4000 Bells.
  • Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing– Found flying from 8 am-5 pm. Sells for 2500 Bells.
  • Dung Beetle– Found rolling snowballs along the ground all day long. Sells for 3000 Bells.

That concludes our list for critter additions in June for both the hemispheres. It is filled with some rare ones, as well as plenty that can be grabbed throughout the day. The new bugs and fishes will motivate players to log in daily and head out to the wilderness, adding to the ever-increasing popularity of Animal Crossing New Horizons.

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