Animal Crossing: New Horizons- All Bugs, Fish, and Sea Creatures Leaving at the End of July

Published 07/15/2021, 1:35 PM EDT


Nintendo has developed Animal Crossing: New Horizons in a manner that it’s similar to users’ regular life. Apart from the constant updates to make the game more user-friendly, we also see critters migrating from islands on a monthly basis. Furthermore, it makes players more motivated to catch more bugs, fishes, and sea creatures to complete the encyclopedia.

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Currently, we are in the middle of July and we will soon see many bugs, fishes, and sea creatures migrate. Naturally, players’ region determines what type of creatures will migrate from their island. Here are all the critters that will move away after the month of July.

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Critters leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons after July

Bugs

Starting from the Northern Hemisphere, there is only one bug leaving that is Honey Bee. Honey Bees are very easy to find and you can catch them near your flower garden on your island. Moreover, they are sold for 200 bells and can be found from 8 am to 5 pm.

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For southern hemisphere players, there is good news as there are no bugs leaving the island. Mainly because players are encountering winter weather and most of the bugs have already left to find warm weather.

Fish leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Interestingly, northern hemisphere players are not seeing many creatures departing around this month. Tadpole will be the only fish leaving their island at the end of July. You can sell them for 100 bells and can find them all day inside small ponds.

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Just like bugs, there will be no fish leaving the island in the southern hemisphere region. However, you don’t need to worry as you will see tons of bugs and fish arriving on your island very soon.

Sea Creatures

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Surprisingly, we will see a shift of deep-sea creatures leaving ACNH in both the northern and southern hemispheres. The Seaweed will leave the island of northern hemisphere players and are very easy to spot. They have gigantic shadows and don’t swim all around like others. You can sell them for 600 bells and can be found all day long.

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Image Credits: Mayor Mori

Unlike bugs and fishes, there will be two sea creatures migrating from the southern hemisphere region. One is Abalone and another one is Lobster and both of them offer big money of 2000 bells and 4500 bells, respectively. Abalone is very easy to find as it has medium shadow and moves around slowly. On the other hand, Lobsters are difficult to keep a track on as it is slightly faster.

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Mehul Rolta is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since November 2020. He believes that gaming has the potential to bring a smile to a person's face. Instead of keeping his passion for gaming all to himself, he decided to share his thoughts and opinion with others.

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