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These Critters Are Leaving Animal Crossing New Horizons In November

Another months is coming to an end which means saying goodbye to a lot of critters in New Horizons

Every day is special in Animal Crossing New Horizons and if you want to keep your critterpedia up to date you might want to take a look at all these critters leaving this month!

At the beginning of November we welcomed a bunch of new critters on our islands in Animal Crossing New Horizons but as the month is coming to an end you might want to take a peak at your critterpedia as there are plenty of bugs and fish leaving.

If you have been clocking hours on New Horizons, chances are you are also trying to complete your critterpedia. Unless you choose to time travel it is essential you keep track of all the fish and insects coming and leaving each and every month of the year.

There are more than a dozen of critters saying goodbye for now so make sure to snatch these up before they are gone until we see them again next year! Blathers will thank you.

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Bugs leaving at the end of November ( Northern Hemisphere )

Animal Crossing BugsMonths available Times available LocationBug Price
Monarch ButterflySeptember to November4am to 5pmFlying around140
Long LocustApril to November8am to 7pmOn the ground200
Migratory LocustAugust to November 8am to 7pmOn the ground600
Rice GrasshopperAugust to November 8am to 7pmOn the ground400
CricketSeptember to November5pm to 8amOn the ground130
MantisMarch to November8am to 5pmOn flowers430
Orchid MantisMarch to November8am to 5pm On flowers2400
Violin BeetleMay to June
September to November
All dayAppears on tree stumps450
Walking StickJuly to November4am to 8am
5pm to 7pm
On trees600
FleaApril to NovemberAll dayOn an infested villager70

Fish leaving at the end of November ( Northern Hemisphere )

Animal Crossing FishMonths available Times available LocationFish Price
Cherry SalmonMarch to June
September to November
4pm to 9amClifftop river800
CharMarch to June
September to November
4pm to 9amClifftop river3800
Golden TroutMarch to May
September to November
4pm to 9amClifftop river15000
Mitten CrabSeptember to November4pm to 9amRiver2000
GuppyApril to November9am to 4pmRiver1300
AnglefishMay to November4pm to 9amRiver3000
BettaMay to November9am to 4pmRiver2500
Neon TetraApril to November9am to 4pmRiver500
RainbowfishMay to November9am to 4pmRiver800
SeahorseApril to November24 hoursSea1100
Zebra TurkeyfishApril to November24 hoursSea500
Barred KnifejawMarch to November24 hoursSea5000
RayAugust to November4am to 9pmSea3000

Sea Creatures leaving at the end of November ( Northern Hemisphere )

NameShadow sizeSwimming patternTime
Chambered nautilusMediumMedium4pm-9am
Umbrella OctopusSmallFastAll Day
Gazami CrabMediumFastAll day

Bugs leaving at the end of November ( Southern Hemisphere )

NameLocationTime
Mole cricketUndergroundAll day

Fish leaving at the end of November ( Southern Hemisphere )

NameLocationShadow sizeTime
LoachRiverSmallAll day
Golden troutRiver (Clifftop)Medium-small4pm – 9am
OarfishSeaHugeAll day

Sea Creatures leaving at the end of November ( Southern Hemisphere )

NameShadow sizeSwimming patternTime
Turban shellSmallSlowAll day
Dungeness CrabMediumModerate consistent movementAll Day

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Max

myPotatoGames was founded out of our huge love for Animal Crossing, besides spending a lot of time taking care of my virtual village I enjoy painting, creating things or looking up funny and cute dog pictures on the internet. My preferred office location is somewhere on a remote island, in the middle of the South Pacific.

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