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Check out this Animal Crossing New Horizons (ACNH) guide on rare sea creatures! Get a list of the rarest deep sea creatures, best creatures to sell, & how to tell them apart!

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Rare Sea Creatures You Can Catch This Month

July Rare Sea Creatures

※ Tap the buttons below to view sea creatures for each respective hemisphere.

NameShadowPriceTime
Gigas Giant ClamGigas Giant Clam Gigas Giant ClamLarge15000All Day
Vampire SquidVampire Squid Vampire SquidLarge100004pm - 9am
Giant IsopodGiant Isopod Giant IsopodLarge120009pm - 4am, 9am - 4pm
Horseshoe CrabHorseshoe Crab Horseshoe CrabMedium25009pm - 4am
Tiger PrawnTiger Prawn Tiger PrawnMedium30004pm - 9am
NameShadowPriceTime
Sea PigSea Pig Sea PigMedium100004pm - 9am
Snow Crab Snow Crab Snow Crab Large6000All Day
Red King CrabRed King Crab Red King CrabLarge8000All Day
LobsterLobster LobsterLarge4500All Day
VenusVenus' Flower Basket VenusLarge5000All Day

Rare Sea Creatures Spawn Times

Spawn Times List

※ Tap the buttons below to view sea creatures for each respective hemisphere.

NamePriceSeason And Time
Sea PigSea Pig 10000Jan - Feb, Nov- Dec
4pm - 9am
Gigas Giant ClamGigas Giant Clam 15000May - Sept
All Day
Vampire SquidVampire Squid 10000May - Aug
4pm - 9am
Horseshoe CrabHorseshoe Crab 2500July - Sept
9pm - 4am
Tiger PrawnTiger Prawn 3000Jun - Sept
4pm - 9am
Snow Crab Snow Crab 6000Nov - Apr
All Day
Red King CrabRed King Crab 8000Jan - Mar, Nov - Dec
All Day
Spider CrabSpider Crab 12000Mar - April
All Day
LobsterLobster 4500Dec - Jan, Apr - June
All Day
Giant IsopodGiant Isopod 12000July - Oct
9pm - 4am, 9am - 4pm
VenusVenus' Flower Basket 5000Oct - Feb
All Day
NamePriceSeason And Time
Sea PigSea Pig 10000May - Aug
4pm - 9am
Gigas Giant ClamGigas Giant Clam 15000Nov - Mar
All Day
Vampire SquidVampire Squid 10000Nov - Feb
4pm - 9am
Horseshoe CrabHorseshoe Crab 2500Jan - March
9pm - 4am
Tiger PrawnTiger Prawn 3000Dec - Mar
4pm - 9am
Snow Crab Snow Crab 6000May - Oct
All Day
Red King CrabRed King Crab 8000May - Sep
All Day
Spider CrabSpider Crab 12000Sep - Oct
All Day
LobsterLobster 4500Jun - Jul, Oct - Dec
All Day
Giant IsopodGiant Isopod 12000Jan - Apr
9pm - 4am, 9am - 4pm
VenusVenus' Flower Basket 5000Apr - Aug
All Day

How To Visually Tell Sea Creatures Apart

Fast Generally Means Rare

If a creature is fast (meaning you can't catch up to with A-Spam swimming), it's likely rare. This makes Rare Sea Creatures relatively easy to spot! Remember to approach fast creatures slowly by not pressing A! Consult the Sea Creatures List to see shadow sizes and speeds!

> Check Out The Fastest Creatures Here

Large Moving Shadows Are Rare

If a sea creature has a large shadow AND moves fast, it's almost certainly rare. If it doesn't move, it's likely a Sea Anemone or Seaweed, so you can feel free to ignore those. If you see a big shadow move, absolutely go after it!

How To Get Pearls

Can Get By Diving

Pearl

Pearls can be obtained by diving in the water and picking them up, just like Sea Creatures. Their sale price is quite high, and are used for Mermaid set DIY Recipes, so you'll want to stock up on them!

Check Out More Info On Pearls Here

Cannot Be Donated To Blathers

Pearls are not considered a Sea Creature, meaning they can't be given to Blathers in the museum. They are instead treated as a DIY crafting material!

Get From Pascal

Rare

By giving Pascal a Scallop whenever he appears, you'll have a random chance of getting either a Pearl or a DIY Recipe. You can do this once per day, so make sure you hunt for Scallops and do this regularly!

Check Out More On Pascal Here

Other Sea Creatures

SeaweedSea GrapesSea CucumberSea Star
Sea UrchinSlate Pencil Urchin Sea AnemoneMoon Jellyfish
Sea SlugPearl Oysterムールガイオイスター
ScallopWhelkTurban ShellAbalone
Chambered NautilusOctopusUmbrella OctopusFirefly Squid
Gazami CrabDungeness CrabAcorn BarnacleTiger Prawn
Sweet ShrimpMantis ShrimpSpiny LobsterHorseshoe Crab
Sea PineappleSpotted garden eelFlatworm

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