December has arrived at Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and with it comes a variety of New insectsFish and marine creatures for players to hunt and imprison.
Each month, the collection of reptiles, fish and marine creatures available on Animal Crossing is shuffled a little bit depending on the changing seasons. With December, the southern hemisphere is gaining a lot of new animals, while the northern hemisphere has a relatively quiet time while many insects dig underground to hibernate.
Here’s a complete summary of all the new fish, bugs and sea creatures now available in Animal Crossing.
New fish at Animal Crossing for December 2020
In the northern hemisphere, animal transit gains Five new fish In the month of December. These are Pond Smelt and Stringfish in rivers, and Sea Butterfly and Oarfish and Squid in the sea.
In the Southern Hemisphere, December brings the head of the giant snake, tilapia, piranha, arowana, laurel, dorado, arapaima and saddle bashir to rivers. Oceans now contain the Ribbon Eel, Saw Shark, Hammerhead Shark, Great White Shark, Whale Shark, and Suckerfish.
For Animal Crossing players in the Northern Hemisphere, there’s a new sea creature: the lobsters. In the Southern Hemisphere, new marine organisms are sea grapes, mussels, abalone, Gazami Crab, and Tiget Prawn.
New Animal Crossing Bugs December 2020
Plus, new fish, in December, Animal Crossing players played in Northern Hemisphere Can catch emperor butterfly, Raja Brook wing, and dung beetle. Dung Beetle will only appear in Snowballs, which will not be added to the game until December 11th.
Animal Crossing players in the Southern Hemisphere can now catch Emperor Butterfly, Drone Beetle, Firefly, Goliath Beetle, Rainbow Stag and everyone’s favorite, Mosquitoes.
With many new insects and fish now appearing in Animal Crossing alongside other festive events later in the month, December looks like it’s going to be a great time for gamers all over the world.
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