This September, Animal Crossing: New Horizons players in both hemispheres can find five new, valuable sea creatures at the bottom of the ocean.
The first wave of the 2020 summer update to Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced swimming, diving, and deep-sea creatures to the game. Deep-sea creatures marked a new set of collectibles for players to seek during various months of the year and donate to Blathers or sell at Nook's Cranny. Like other critters in the game, each new month sees new deep-sea creatures become available and marks the end of season for others. Players can take this opportunity to add new creatures to their growing collection.
There are currently 40 deep-sea creatures available in the game. Of these, 27 can be caught in the Northern hemisphere, with 5 new additions in September. In the Southern hemisphere, players can catch 21, with 5 new additions in September as well. One of these, the Umbrella Octopus, will arrive to both hemispheres and is decently valuable, making it a great catch. In the Southern hemisphere, players will be able to catch the Spider Crab, one of the most expensive sea creatures, for the next two months. Here is every new sea creature coming to islands in Animal Crossing: New Horizons in September.
There are three new creatures arriving in both hemispheres starting in September. Because most deep sea creatures live at depths where surface temperature is less affecting, players in both hemispheres can expect to see many of the same creatures at the same times. Generally, the sea creatures will depart a month earlier in one hemisphere and a month later in the other.
The Chambered Nautilus is a slow, shelled creature that can only be caught by diving in the waters around a player's island. It is nocturnal, only active between 4 p.m. and 9 a.m. It casts a large shadow in the water. It is available twice a year: in the Northern hemisphere, from September through November and again from March through June, and in the Southern hemisphere from September through December and again from March through May. Players can sell the Chambered Nautilus at Nook's Cranny for 1,800 bells.
The Turban Shell is a small sea snail found at the bottom of the ocean. Players will be able to catch it any time of the day, and it moves slowly. In the Northern hemisphere, players can find it from September through December and again from March through May. In the Southern hemisphere, players can find it from September through November and again from March through June. It is worth 1,000 bells.
The Umbrella Octopus is by far the most valuable of any of the new deep-sea creatures arriving in September. It is new as of New Horizons. The Umbrella Octopus casts a small shadow and moves quickly, in short, quick lunges. Players will want to approach it slowly and wait to dive until they're right on top of it to keep it from getting away. Players in both hemispheres can find the Umbrella Octopus from September through November and again from March through May. They are worth 6,000 bells each.
The two new sea creatures arriving exclusively in the Northern hemisphere are small and slow. One can be caught any time of the day or night, while the other is strictly nocturnal.
Players can find Oysters any time of the day or night. In the Northern hemisphere, they are available from September through February. They cast small shadows and move slowly in short lunges. They sell for 1,100 bells.
Sweet Shrimp are small shrimp that generally move slowly but in erratic patterns. They can only be caught from 4 p.m. to 9 a.m during. They are active from September through February in the Northern hemisphere and are worth 1,400 bells each.
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