Everything to catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons before July ends

With July almost over, some of the wildlife in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is leaving. So you will want to make sure to catch these critters before they are gone. Luckily, not many critters are leaving the Northern and Southern Hemispheres this month, so catching them will be easy. I am going to start with the Southern Hemisphere and then go over the Northern Hemisphere!

In the Southern Hemisphere, there are only two deep sea critters leaving, so you do not have to worry about catching any bugs or fish. First up is the Lobster, which can be found at any time and has a large shadow. It is not too easy to recognize, but when you dive the Lobster will try to run away as you approach. So you must move fast to catch it!

The second creature is the Abalone, which has a medium shadow. Abalones can only be found between 4pm and 9am and will move at a slow pace when approached, so they will be a much easier catch than the Lobster. With the Southern Hemisphere done, now let’s take a look at the Northern Hemisphere.

abalone animal crossing: new horizons july

In the Northern Hemisphere, the only bug leaving is the Honeybee. This is a common bug found around flowers, which can be seen from 8am to 5pm. Honeybees are small and look like yellow and black dots, and will be easy to find.

As for the fish, we only have one leaving here as well, and that is the Tadpole. The Tadpole can only be found in ponds and has the smallest shadow, making it easy to identify. Tadpoles can be found at any time, making them an easy catch.

Onto the deep sea creatures! Again, there is only one leaving, and that is Seaweed. This plant is easy to find as it will not try to run away from you when diving. Plus it can be found at any time, so catching some Seaweed will be a breeze. You will be able to identify Seaweed by its large shadow easily.

seaweed shadow animal crossing: new horizons july

There you have it, everything leaving at the end of July in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Luckily this month it is a short list so you will have no problems catching all these critters and plants.

Good luck filling up your museumm and stick around for more Animal Crossing: New Horizons guides and content!

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