Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Bugs, Fishes and Sea Creatures Leaving the Game in March

Published 03/31/2021, 1:09 PM EDT


Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an open world game where players have to build their own islands. Nintendo also lets players collect bugs, fishes, and other creatures. In the game, all creatures migrate in and out on a monthly basis. As a result, many creatures will depart from New Horizons universe after March.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

The number of departing creatures will vary from northern to southern hemisphere. Unfortunately, southern hemisphere players may suffer a lot because the number of creatures leaving southern hemisphere is very high compared to northern hemisphere.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Catch these creatures before March in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

As aforementioned, many creatures will migrate at the end of March. Therefore, it would be best to catch them as soon as possible if you want them in your collection. This is especially if you are working on completing the museum or unlocking some golden tools.

Of course, all those who are playing the game since its launch may already have all creatures in their collection, but to those who are new to the game, following are all the creatures that will migrate from Nintendo’s life simulation game.

The Emperor Butterfly is the only bug leaving the northern hemisphere, whereas southern hemisphere will witness the departure 18 bugs. These include the following.

Image Credits: Mayor Mori

The situation will be same for fishes as northern hemisphere only has to catch six fishes and the southern hemisphere players have to collect about 23 creatures. The fishes that will leave northern hemisphere are Bitterling, Yellow Perch, Stringfish, Sturgeon, Sea Butterfly, and Football fish.

Bitterling, Yellow Perch, Stringfish, and Sturgeon are all found in rivers, whereas Stringfish and Sturgeon are found at river clifftop and river mouths, respectively. On the flip side, players can find Sea Butterfly and Football fish in the sea.

The fishes leaving New Horizons southern hemisphere will include the following:

Image Credits: Mayor Mori

For sea creatures, there will be only one sea creature leaving the northern hemisphere and it will be the Red King Crab. The southern hemisphere will see eight sea-creatures departure. These will be: Sea Grapes, Sea Urchin, Moon Jellyfish, Tiger Prawn, Flatworm, Slate Pencil Urchin, Horseshoe Crab, and Gigas Giant Clam.

Image Credits: Mayor Mori

Sea Grapes, Sea Urchin, Moon Jellyfish, Tiger Prawn, and Flatworm have small shadows, whereas Slate Pencil Urchin, Horseshoe Crab, and Gigas Giant Clam have much larger shadows where Gigas Giant Clam are the largest among all.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

These are all the creatures which will migrate from Animal Crossing universe. Therefore, make sure that you collect each one of them before they leave.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Trending Stories

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

Mehul Rolta

361 articles

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.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT