Animal Crossing: New Horizons is releasing many new sea creatures in June, and players can discover them while swimming near the shores of their islands.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has 40 different types of sea creatures in the game. Players who live in the Northern Hemisphere can catch 24 different kinds of sea creatures in June, which includes five new sea critters in the game.
ACNH June Sea Creatures: Full List of New Additions
Here's a list of the new sea creatures in the Northern Hemisphere:
- Sea Grapes (900 Bells)
- Mussel (1,500 Bells)
- Abalone (2,000 Bells)
- Gazami Crab (2,200 Bells)
- Tiger Prawn (3,000 Bells)
Sea Grapes and Gazami Crabs are available during any time of the day, while Mussels can be caught during 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. local time. Abalones are available during 4 p.m. to 9 a.m. local time.
Players should also be cautious when trying to catch these new creatures, as critters such as the Tiger Prawn have some swimming speed. However, Sea Grapes are considered stationary.
As for players who live in the Southern Hemisphere, there are 23 different types of creatures in the sea, including one new sea creature. Southern Hemisphere Players can catch a lobster, which can be sold for 4,500 Bells and can be obtained during any time of the day.
The lobster, however, is considered a fast swimmer, and users might have to chase this sea critter a few times before catching it.
Read more about all the sea creatures that both Northern and Southern Hemisphere players can catch while playing in June.