Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs, Fish, and Deep-Sea Creatures Leaving After January

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January 4, 2021 7:11 pm

A new year has begun in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, meaning there are heaps of fresh changes to look forward to. As usual, the month of January brings with it an assortment of new bugs, fish, and sea creatures for the players to catch. Similarly, some other critters will also leave the New Horizons islands at the end of the month and won’t return for quite a while.

Sadly, players in the Northern Hemisphere don’t have any new critter arrivals this month with winter in full swing. However, that also means none of the bugs and fish are departing the Northern Hemisphere islands at the end of January because of the cold winter. For those who haven’t caught the critters available during the season, this is a perfect opportunity to do so.

Meanwhile, players in the Southern Hemisphere have quite an impressive amount of new critter arrivals in January, thanks to the warm summer months. Similar to the other region, when it comes to critters leaving the Southern Hemisphere islands at the end of the month, there is only a handful.

If you want to complete your NookPhone’s critterpedia for unlocking golden tool items, it is important to donate the critters you catch to the Museum. In order to accomplish this, it is necessary to know which ones have arrived this month as well as the ones that will leave when the month ends.

You can read about all the new bugs, fishes, and sea creatures in January here. Meanwhile, consider this article as a guide for the critters leaving when January ends.

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List of Animal Crossing: New Horizons critters departing Northern Hemisphere after January

No fish are swimming away from the islands at the end of January. It’s a similar story for the bugs, as none are leaving the islands at the end of January.

The following 2 deep-sea creatures are leaving at the end of January:

  • Abalone

 

 

Shadow size: Medium

Swimming speed: Medium

Time: 4 pm to 9 am

Price: 2,000 Bells

  • Lobster

 

 

Shadow size: Large

Swimming speed: Fast

Time: All day

Price: 4,500 Bells

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List of New Horizons critters departing Southern Hemisphere after January

The following fish is leaving the Southern Hemisphere islands at the end of January:

  • Tadpole

 

 

Shadow size: Tiny

Location: Pond

Time: All day

Price: 100 Bells

The following bug is leaving the islands at the end of January:

  • Honeybee

 

 

Location: Flying

Time: 8 am – 5 pm

Price: 200 Bells

The following deep-sea creature is leaving the islands at the end of January:

  • Seaweed

 

 

Shadow size: Large

Swimming speed: Stationary

Time: All day

Price: 600 Bells

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