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Check out this guide on Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch (ACNH) sea creatures! This includes shadow size, where to find their location, sell price, & deep sea creatures.

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List Of All Sea Creatures

The following are sea creatures confirmed in the official trailer

Sea Creature List

NameShadowPriceSeason
Sea StarSea Star--N: -
S:-
Time: -
Sea AnemoneSea Anemone--N: -
S: -
Time: -
Spotted Garden EelSpotted Garden Eel--N: -
S: -
Time: -
ScallopScallop--N: -
S: -
Time: -
Giant Isopod?Giant Isopod?--N: -
S: -
Time: -

Do Sea Creatures Have Seasonality?

In previous Animal Crossing titles, the sea creatures you were able to catch changed over time. It's highly likely that in ACNH, the sea creatures you can catch will change according to which hemisphere you are living in as well.

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List Of Sea Creatures From New Leaf

※ The following information is from Animal Crossing: New Leaf.
It is included to give players an idea of what kind of sea creatures existed in past titles.

Sea CreatureShadow
Size
Sell
Price
Spawn Time
Giant IsopodGiant IsopodMediumMedium9000Season: Summer
Time: All day
Horseshoe CrabHorseshoe CrabMediumMedium1500Season: Summer
Time: Night
NautilusNautilusMediumMedium900Season: Summer
Time: All day
Spotted garden eelSpotted Garden EelSmallSmall600Season: Summer
Time: All day
OctopusOctopusMediumMedium1200Season: Spring, Fall, Winter
Time: All day
Spider crabSpider crabHugeHuge10000Season: Spring
Time: All day
Red king crabRed King CrabBigBig6000Season: Winter to Spring
Time: All day
Horsehair CrabHorsehair CrabMediumMedium4000Season: Winter to Spring
Time: All day
Opilio CrabOpilio CrabBigBig4000Season: Winter to Spring
Time: All day
LobsterLobsterBigBig2500Season: Anytime
Time: All day
Spiny lobsterSpiny LobsterBigBig3000Season: Fall to Winter
Time: Night
Tiger PrawnTiger PrawnSmallSmall1600Season: Summer to Fall
Time: Night to morning
Sweet ShrimpSweet ShrimpSmallSmall650Season: Fall to Spring
Time: Night to morning
Mantis ShrimpMantis ShrimpSmallSmall1250Season: Anytime
Time: Night to morning
FlatwormFlatwormSmallSmall200Season: Summer
Time: Night to morning
Sea SlugSea SlugSmallSmall200Season: Anytime
Time: All day
Sea cucumberSea CucumberMediumMedium150Season: Winter to Spring
Time: All day
StarfishStarfishSmallSmall100Season: Anytime
Time: All day
Sea anemoneSea anemoneMediumMedium100Season: Anytime
Time: All day
ScallopScallopMediumMedium1000Season: Anytime
Time: All day
Pearl OysterPearl OysterSmallSmall1600Season: Anytime
Time: All day
Hard ClamHard ClamSmallSmall300Season: Spring, Fall, Winter
Time: All day
Ear ShellEar ShellSmallSmall300Season: Anytime
Time: Night to morning
AbaloneAbaloneMediumMedium400Season: Anytime
Time: Night to morning
Horned TurbanHorned TurbanSmallSmall300Season: Spring, Fall, Winter
Time: Night to morning
OysterOysterSmallSmall400Season: Fall to Winter
Time: All day
BarnacleBarnacleTinyTiny200Season: Anytime
Time: All day
Sea UrchinSea UrchinSmallSmall800Season: Summer
Time: All day
Green AlgaeGreen AlgaeSmallSmall600Season: Summer
Time: All day
SeaweedSeaweedBigBig200Season: Spring, Summer, Winter
Time: All day

How To Catch Sea Creatures

Catch Sea Creatures By Diving

diving

You can catch sea creatures by diving underwater. You can see the shadow of sea creatures so perhaps you'll be able to identify their exact species just by looking?

shadow

▲A Sea Creature's shadow

You Need The Wet Suit To Dive

diving

In order to start diving, you'll need to purchase a Wet Suit. The Wetsuit can be purchased at Nook's Cranny after you've updated to Ver. 1.3.0. You can also wear the Snorkel Mask while gathering sea creatures too!

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