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Animal Crossing New Horizons: All New Fish and Bugs Coming In July

Animal Crossing New Horizons: All New Fish and Bugs Coming In July

As we head into July, some monthly changes are about to occur in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. A host of new bugs and fish will become available for players to catch, which they can sell for Bells or donate to Blathers’ museum.

However, June still has a little bit of time left. There are some bugs and fish that will depart the islands after June, so catch them before they disappear for a while. The Wedding Season is also continuing until the end of the month.

Currently, players with islands in the Northern Hemisphere are experiencing the warm summer months, meaning they will be the recipient of numerous new critters. Unfortunately, no new critters are coming to the Southern Hemisphere due to the cold winter months.

Here is our list for all the new bugs and fish coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons in July.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons critters arriving in Northern Hemisphere in July

The abundance of new bugs massively outnumbers the fish headed to the northern islands. Some of these critters are rare and valuable, so be ready to capture them and make maximum profit.

List of new bugs

  • Brown cicada- Found on trees from 8 am-5 pm. Sells for 250 Bells.
  • Cicada shell- Found on trees all day long. Sells for 10 Bells.
  • Evening cicada- Found on trees from 4 am-8 am & 4 pm-7 pm. Sells for 550 Bells.
  • Giant cicada- Found on trees from 8 am-5 pm. Sells for 500 Bells.
  • Robust cicada- Found on trees from 8 am-5 pm. Sells for 300 Bells.
  • Grasshopper- Found on the ground from 8 am-5 pm. Sells for 160 Bells.
  • Blue weevil beetle- Found on palm trees all day long. Sells for 800 Bells.
  • Earth-boring dung beetle- Found on the ground all day long. Sells for 300 Bells.
  • Scarab beetle- Found on trees from 11 pm-8 am. Sells for 10000 Bells.
  • Cyclommatus stag- Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 8000 Bells.
  • Giant stag- Found on trees from 11 pm-8 am. Sells for 10000 Bells.
  • Giraffe stag- Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 12000 Bells.
  • Golden stag- Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 12000 Bells.
  • Miyama stag- Found on trees from all day long. Sells for 1000 Bells.
  • Saw stag- Found on trees all day long. Sells for 2000 Bells.
  • Horned atlas- Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 8000 Bells.
  • Horned dynastid- Found on trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 1350 Bells.
  • Horned elephant- Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 8000 Bells.
  • Horned hercules- Found on palm trees from 5 pm-8 am. Sells for 12000 Bells.
  • Walking leaf- Found disguised as leaves all day long. Sells for 600 Bells.
  • Walking stick- Found on trees from 4 am-8 am & 5 pm-7 pm. Sells for 600 Bells.

List of new fish

  • Blue marlin- Huge shadow, sells for 10000 Bells. Found at the pier all day long.
  • Napoleonfish- Huge shadow, sells for 10000 Bells. Found at sea from 4 am-9 pm.
  • Ocean sunfish- Huge shadow with fin, sells for 4000 Bells. Found at sea from 4 am-9 pm.
  • Puffer fish- Medium-small shadow, sells for 250 Bells. Found at sea all day long.
  • Sweetfish- Medium-small shadow, sells for 900 Bells. Found in the river all day long.

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That concludes the list for critter additions in July. It is filled with some rare ones, as well as plenty that players can catch throughout the day. While there are no new additions for Southern Hemisphere, players over there can still grab the existing critters.

July also has a lot more in store. The summer update is coming, which will bring new mechanics, a new character, and more. Apart from that, players with islands in Northern Hemisphere will get to participate in the next Bug-Off event. The fresh content 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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