Animal Crossing: New Horizons sea creatures list

A full list of sea creatures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

With the release of the summer update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the waters around our shores are no longer a forbidden realm. Hiding within them are all manner of new sea creatures waiting for us to collect them and pop them over to Blathers (or Tim & Tommy if a profit is in order). Below, you’ll find a full list of all sea creatures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, so you know exactly what you can catch, as well as when you can find it.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons sea creatures list

Animal Crossing New Horizons sea creatures list
  
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You’ll need to grab a wetsuit and head out into the waters if you want to catch sea creatures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. So long as you’ve got everything prepared, check the details below for the full Animal Crossing: New Horizons sea creatures list.

  1. Seaweed – 600 Bells, All Day, October - July (NH) / April - January (SH)
  2. Sea Grapes – 900 Bells, All Day, All Year
  3. Sea Cucumber – 500 Bells, All Day, November - April (NH) / May - October (SH)
  4. Sea Pig – 10,000 Bells, 4pm - 9am, November - February (NH) / May - August (SH)
  5. Sea Star – 500 Bells, All Day, All Year
  6. Sea Urchin – 1,700 Bells, All Day, May - September (NH) / November - March (SH)
  7. Slate Pencil Urchin – 2,000 Bells, 4pm - 9am, May - September (NH) / November - March (SH)
  8. Sea Anemone – 500 Bells, All Day, All Year
  9. Moon Jellyfish – 600 Bells, All Day, July - September (NH) / January - March (SH)
  10. Sea Slug – 500 Bells, All Day, All Year
  11. Pearl Oyster – 2,800, All Day, All Year
  12. Mussel – 1,500 Bells, All Day, June - December (NH) / December - June (SH)
  13. Oyster – 2,000 Bells, All Day, September - February (NH) / March - August (SH)
  14. Scallop – 1,200 Bells, All Day, All Year
  15. Whelk – 1,000 Bells, All Day, All Year
  16. Turban Shell – 1,000 Bells, All Day, March - May and September - December (NH) / March - June and September - November (SH)
  17. Abalone – 2,000 Bells, 4pm - 9am, June - January (NH) / December - July (SH)
  18. Gigas Giant Clam – 15,000 Bells, All Day, May - September (NH) / November - March (SH)
  19. Chambered Nautilus – 1,800 Bells, 4pm - 9am, March - June (NH) / March - May (SH)
  20. Octopus – 1,200 Bells, All Day, All Year
  21. Umbrella Octopus – 6,000 Bells, March - May and September - November
  22. Vampire Squid – 10,000 Bells, 4pm - 9am, May - August (NH) / November - February (SH)
  23. Firefly Squid – 1,400 Bells, 9pm - 4am, March - June (NH) / Sep - Dec (SH)
  24. Gazami Crab – 2,200 Bells, All Day, June - November (NH) / December - May (SH)
  25. Dungeness Crab – 1,900 Bells, All Day, November - May (NH) / May - November (SH)
  26. Snow Crab – 6,000 Bells, All Day, November - April (NH) / May - October (SH)
  27. Red King Crab – 8,000 Bells, All Day, Nov - March (NH) / May - September (SH)
  28. Acorn Barnacle – 600 Bells, All Day, All Year
  29. Spider Crab – 12,000 Bells, All Day, March - April (NH) / September - October (SH)
  30. Tiger Prawn – 3,000 Bells, 4pm - 9am, June - September (NH) / December - March (SH)
  31. Sweet Shrimp – 1,400 Bells, 4pm - 9am, September - February (NH) / March - August (SH)
  32. Mantis Shrimp – 2,500 Bells, 4pm - 9am, September - February (NH) / March - August (SH)
  33. Spiny Lobster – 5,000 Bells, 9pm - 4am, October - December (NH) / April - June (SH)
  34. Lobster – 4,500 Bells, All Day, October - December (NH) / April - June (SH)
  35. Giant Isopod – 12,000 Bells, 9am - 4pm and 9pm - 4am, July - October (NH) / January - April (SH)
  36. Horseshoe Crab – 2,500 Bells, 9pm - 4am, July - September (NH) / January - March (SH)
  37. Sea Pineapple – 1,500 Bells, All Day, All Year
  38. Spotted Garden Eel – 1,100 Bells, 4am - 9pm, May - October (NH) / November - April (SH)
  39. Flatworm – 700 Bells, 4pm - 9am, August - September (NH) / February - March (SH)
  40. Venus Flower Basket – 5,000 Bells, All Day, October - February (NH) / April - August (SH)
All sea creatures in Animal Crossing New Horizons
 
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That’s the full list of sea creatures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Good luck hunting them all down! If you’re interested to know more about the other creatures inhabiting the waters and land of your island, then we can help you there as well! Click here to visit our full fish list in Animal Crossing New Horizons, or click here for all the insects and bugs available.

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