The Animal Crossing: New Horizons July summer update introduced a handful of deep-sea creatures that players can catch, thanks to the new swimming and diving feature. In this guide, we are going to take a look at the Animal Crossing: New Horizons deep-sea creatures list to see what can be caught, how much its worth, and more! Let’s get started!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Deep-Sea Creature List - Months, Times, Bells

There are a lot of deep-sea creatures that were added to Animal Crossing: New Horizons with the recent update. Like other bugs and fish, some creatures will instantly be available, and others will show up in later months. In the Northern Hemisphere, there are 24 deep-sea creatures that can be caught in July. In the table below, you’ll find the full list of every deep-sea creature in New Horizons, along with the months and times they appear, as well as their sell value.

Deep-Sea Creature:

Bells:

Time:

Northern Hemisphere:

Southern Hemisphere:

Abalone

2,000

4PM-9AM

June-January

December-July

Acorn Barnacle

600

All Day

January-December

January-December

Chambered Nautilus

1,800

4PM-9AM

March-June, September-November

March-May, September-December

Dungeness Crab

1,900

All Day

November-May

May-November

Firefly Squid

1,400

9PM-4AM

March-June

September-December

Flatworm

700

4PM-9AM

August-September

February-March

Gazami Crab

2,200

All Day

June-November

December-May

Giant Isopod

12,000

9AM-4PM; 9PM-4AM

July-October

January-May

Gigas Giant Clam

15,000

All Day

May-September

November-March

Horseshoe Crab

2,500

9PM-4AM

July-September

January-March

Lobster

4,500

All Day

December-January, May-July

June-July, October-Deember

Mantis Shrimp

2,500

4PM-9AM

January-December

January-December

Moon Jellyfish

600

All Day

July-September

January-March

Mussel

1,500

All Day

June-December

December-June

Octopus

1,200

All Day

January-December

January-December

Oyster

1,100

All Day

September-February

March-August

Pearl Oyster

2,800

All Day

January-December

January-December

Red King Crab

8,000

All Day

November-March

May-September

Scallop

1,200

All Day

January-December

January-December

Sea Anemone

500

All Day

January-December

January-December

Sea Cucumber

500

All Day

November-April

May-October

Sea Grapes

900

All Day

June-September

December-March

Sea Pig

10,000

4PM-9AM

November-February

May-August

Sea Pineapple

1,500

All Day

April-August

October-February

Sea Slug

600

ALl Day

January-December

January-December

Sea Star

500

All Day

January-December

January-December

Sea Urchin

1,700

All Day

May-September

November-March

Seaweed

600

All Day

January-December

April-January

Slate Pencil Urchin

2,000

4PM-9AM

May-September

November-March

Snow Crab

6,000

All Day

November-April

May-October

Spider Crab

12,000

All Day

March-April

September-October

Spiny Lobster

5,000

9PM-4AM

October-December

April-June

Spotted Garden Eel

1,100

4AM-9PM

May-October

November-April

Sweet Shrimp

1,400

4PM-9AM

September-February

March-August

Tiger Prawn

3,000

4PM-9AM

June-September

December-March

Turban Shell

1,000

All Day

March-May, September-November

March-June, September-November

Umbrella Octopus

6,000

All Day

March-May,September-November

March-May, September-November

Vampire Squid

10,000

4PM-9AM

May-August

November-February

Venus’ Flower Basket

5,000

All Day

October-February

April-August

Whelk

1,000

All Day

January-December

January-December

As you can see, there are plenty of Animal Crossing: New Horizons deep0sea creatures to be caught. If you want to head to the water to catch some, you’ll need to be sure and get a wetsuit first. From there, simply head to the water, press A to get in and when you see a bubbly spot, press Y to dive.

If you need a break from catching underwater creatures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there are plenty of other things to do. In the list below, you’ll find some of our recent guides that should give you some inspiration.

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