Animal Crossing: In December every new fish is coming

Another month means new critters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. During December, players can discover 19 new fish in the waters of their island.

With the beginning of the new month, Animal Crossing: New Horizons players can hope for something else than holiday occasions and gifts. December will likewise bring a couple of new bugs, deep-ocean animals, and fish to players’ islands.

Animal Crossing has consistently fused a continuous game mechanic that permits players to praise occasions and experience seasons in the game similarly as they do, in actuality. Since winter will start this month in the Northern hemisphere, players there won’t be seeing the same number of new critters. However, as the Southern hemisphere gets ready for summer, numerous new fish will move to their hotter island waters.

There are 80 types of fish in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Of these, 32 can be trapped in the Northern hemisphere in December, and five of them are new on December 1. The other 55 can be caught in the Southern hemisphere in December, and 14 are new on December 1.

Players can get these new critters to give to Blathers to finish the Museum assortment or offer to Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny for a couple of additional ringers that can be utilized to get presents for companions and inhabitants during the Toy Day festivity. Here’s each new fish coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons in December.

Each New Fish Coming To The Northern Hemisphere In Animal Crossing: New Horizons In December

Major parts in the Northern hemisphere just have five new fish to anticipate this month. Everything except one can be gotten any time or the night, and all are concentrated to the River and the Sea.

The new fish are:

Pond Smelt: Common; Found in the River; Small shadow size; Active All Day; Available December to February; Worth 500 chimes.

Stringfish: Rare; Found in the Clifftop Pond on the River; Large shadow size; Active 4 p.m. until 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 15,000 bells.

Ocean Butterfly: Uncommon; Found in the Ocean; Tiny shadow size; Active All Day; Available December to March; Worth 1,000 chimes.

Squid: Fairly Common; Found in the Ocean; Medium shadow size; Active All Day; Available December to Mid August; Worth 500 chimes.

Oarfish: Scarce; Found in the Ocean; Huge shadow size; Active All Day; Available December to May; Worth 9,000 chimes.

As usual, players can stand by until CJ shows up on the island and sell any of their copy animals for 30% more bells.

Each New Fish Coming To The Southern Hemisphere In Animal Crossing: New Horizons In December

Major parts in the Northern hemisphere just have 14 new fish to anticipate this month. The greater part of these are significant, however many are uncommon.

Without precedent for the Southern hemisphere, sharks will advance toward sea waters. These animals are anything but difficult to spot by their balance in the water.

The new fish are:

Giant Snakehead: Uncommon; Found in the Pond; Large shadow size; Active 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Available December to February; Worth 5,500 bells.

Ribbon Eel: Uncommon; Found in the Ocean; Long, Thin shadow size; Active All Day; Available December to April; Worth 600 bells.

Tilapia: Fairly Common; Found in the River; Medium shadow size; Active All Day; Available December to April; Worth 800 bells.

Piranha: Scarce; Found in the River; Small shadow size; Active 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. also, 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 2,500 bells.

Arowana: Rare; Found in the River; Medium shadow size; Active 4 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 10,000 bells.

Dorado: Rare; Found in the River; Very Large shadow size; Active 4 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Available December to March; Worth 15,000 bells.

Gar: Scarce; Found in the River Pool; Huge shadow size; Active 4 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 6,000 bells.

Arapaima: Rare; Found in the River; Huge shadow size; Active 4 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 10,000 bells.

Saddled Bichir: Rare; Found in the River; Large shadow size; Active 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 4,000 chimes.

Hammerhead Shark: Scarce; Found in the Ocean; Huge shadow with a fin; Active 4 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 8,000 bells.

Saw Shark: Scarce; Found in the Ocean; Huge shadow with a fin; Active 4 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 12,000 bells.

Great White Shark: Rare; Found in the Ocean; Huge shadow with a fin; Active 4 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Available December to March; Worth 15,000 bells.

Suckerfish: Uncommon; Found in the Ocean; Huge shadow with a fin; Active All Day; Available December to March; Worth 1,500 bells.

Whale Shark: Scarce; Found in the Ocean; Huge shadow with a fin; Active All Day; Available December to March; Worth 13,000 bells.

A large number of these fish are nocturnal, so major parts in the Southern hemisphere should design a couple of late-evening fishing outings to get them all.

For sharks, it’s a smart thought to art and use however much fish trap as could be expected to expand the measure of fish that will bring forth, subsequently expanding the player’s chances of reeling in an rare one. Players can likewise turn in their fish to CJ for 30% more bells.

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