Animal Crossing: New Horizons – New Sea Creatures for September Month

September is finally here, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons has introduced a new batch of creatures. For lovers of deep-sea adventure, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has added new sea creatures to both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere. So if you are ready to begin your deep-sea adventure, here is the list of new sea creatures.

 

Northern Hemisphere Deep-Sea Creatures

Players who are living in the Northern Hemisphere can catch 5 fresh sea creatures. One of them is a special creature that is worth the 6,000 bells. The rest of the creatures don’t have the same worth until you fill your Critterpedia.

Turban Shell: It’s a common animal that can be found anytime in a day. Turban Shell has a tiny shadow, and you can sell it for 1,000 bells.

Oyster: It is also a common animal that can be found anytime. Oysters have tiny shadows and can be sold in 1,100 bells.

Sweet Shrimp: It is available between 4 PM to 9 AM. It is commonly found in the common areas of the ocean. Sweet Shrimp has a tiny shadow, and you can sell it for 1,400 bells.

Chambered Nautilus: You can find it between 4 PM to 9 AM because it’s an uncommon animal. It’s better if you look for a medium shadow, but you have to move quickly because it is slightly faster than sea creatures. Once you find it, you can sell it for 1,800 bells.

Umbrella Octopus: It is the topmost valuable sea creature in the Northern Hemisphere for September month. You can sell it for 6,000 bells, but you have to put some extra effort to find it. It is available all day and has a tiny shadow, but it’s excessively fast and rare.

Southern Hemisphere Deep-Sea Creatures

Some of the Southern Hemisphere sea creatures are similar to the Northern Hemisphere. However, if you are lucky, you can locate a Spider Crab. You can sell spider crab for 12,000 bells. So here is the list of Southern Hemisphere sea creatures.

Turban Shell: It’s a common animal that can be found anytime in a day. Turban Shell has a tiny shadow, and you can sell it for 1,000 bells.

Firefly Squad – It is available late night between 9 PM to 4 AM, and has extra tiny shadows. It’s a common creature, and you can sell it for 1,400 bells.

Chambered Nautilus: It is available from 4 PM to 9 AM. Chambered Nautilus is an uncommon creature, and it has a medium-sized shadow. To catch this creature, you have to move quickly because it’s faster than other sea creatures. After finding one, you can sell it for 1,800 bells.

Umbrella Octopus: It is the second most valuable creature after Spider Crab in the Southern Hemisphere. It can consume some extra time, but once you find it, you can sell it for 6,000 bells. It is available all day and has a tiny shadow.

Spider Crab: It has an extra-large shadow and extra fast. However, it is the most valuable sea creature you can find to sell for 12,000 bells/per day. It’s a rare creature and available all day.

Conclusion

All these new creatures have amazing looks. However, some of the creatures are less worthy, but it’s better to have them. You can also fill your Critterpedia by catching all these types of sea creatures.

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