Animal Crossing October Sea Creatures: All ACNH Sea Creatures Leaving Before November New Horizon Update
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Animal Crossing October Sea Creatures: All ACNH Sea Creatures Leaving Before November New Horizon Update

Gemma Le Conte
29 October 2020

As Sebastian said, under the sea, darling it's better!

Every month you'll notice the pool of creatures in Animal Crossing New Horizons will change, and that's still the case in October.

All manner of different bugs, fish and sea creatures come and go.

When November arrives we get to see some new species arrive in the game as well as some depart!

That's why we've gathered a list of sea creatures leaving the game after October in the northern and southern hemispheres.

So if you need any of these Sea Creatures to complete your Critterpedia, now would be a good time to catch them. Otherwise, who knows when you'll be able to catch them next - no to mention, donate to Blathers at the Museum.

At the same time, it's also worth familiarising yourself with the various ACNH Fish and ACNH Bugs who are also leaving the game at the end of October.

Equally, whilst we have you, don't forget there's a huge Animal Crossing New Horizon's Halloween Event taking place on Saturday October 31. So make sure you don't miss out on that exciting event either!

For now, let's turn out attention back to those Sea Creatures getting ready to depart from the game in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres after October.

Sea Creatures Leaving After October

Northern Hemisphere

Sea Creature TypeHoursRarityShadow SizeSpeedSell Price
Giant Isopod

9 AM - 4 PM

4 AM - 9 PM

Super RareMediumExtra Fast12000 Bells
Spotted Garden Eel4 AM - 9 PMCommonSmallSlow1100 Bells

Southern Hemisphere

Sea Creature TypeHoursRarityShadow SizeSpeedSell Price
Sea CucumberAll DayCommonMediumExtra Slow500 Bells
Snow CrabAll DayRareLargeFast6000 Bells
Spider CrabAll DayRareExtra LargeExtra Fast12000 Bells

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