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January New Horizon – My Nintendo News

With the end of 2020 and the end of Christmas celebrations at Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch, it’s almost time for some bugs and fish to depart from their respective islands. Thanks to Polygon, they collated the list of what was left in January, and the list was split into the northern and southern hemispheres. Some people haven’t returned for nearly a year, so take as much time as you can (eating festive leftovers) to catch what you need.

Check the list below.

Critters Caught in Animal Crossing: New Horizon Before the End of December (Northern Hemisphere)

Creature typeCreaturesLocationShadow sizetime
fishPikeriver× Largeall day
Sea creaturesmusselsOcean (diving)Not applicableall day
Sea creaturesSpiny lobsterOcean (diving)Not applicable9 pm-4am

Critters Caught in Animal Crossing: New Horizon Before the End of December (Southern Hemisphere)

Creature typeCreaturesLocationShadow sizetime
bugCommon butterfliesFlyingNot applicable4 am-7pm
bugYellow butterflyFlyingNot applicable4 am-7pm
bugPeacock butterflyFly with hybrid flowersNot applicable4 am-7pm
bugfire FlyFlyingNot applicable7:00 pm to 4:00 am
bugLadybugto flowersNot applicable8 am-5pm
bugViolin beetleOn a tree stumpNot applicableall day
bugRoly-polyHit lockNot applicable11:00 pm to 4:00 pm
bugcentipedeHit lockNot applicable4:00 pm to 11:00 pm
fishCherry salmonRiver (cliff)During ~4 pm-9am
fishCharRiver (cliff)During ~4 pm-9am
Sea creaturesNautilusOcean (diving)Not applicable4 pm-9am
Sea creaturesFirefly squidOcean (diving)Not applicable9 pm-4am
Sea creatureslobsterOcean (diving)Not applicableall day

Source

Here’s what fish and bugs are leaving in Animal Crossing: New Horizons in January

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