The fish not to be missed in June in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
The arrival of Junelike every month, it means for Animal Crossing New Horizons new fish and new insects to capture. But June, compared to other months, is special: with the summer season, in fact, the number of new specimens has skyrocketed! So let’s go into the discovery of all the fish to catch in June in Animal Crossing New Horizons! (The June fish guide can be found at this link instead)
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – The fish of June
Let’s start with the list, which contains the newly arrived fish (and with only two “expiring” fish). You can compare it with theEncyclopedia present on yours Nook Phone to understand which of these are still missing from your collection (and that of the museum of Blatero). For when you go fishing, we remind you that when the captured creature is new the dialogue line will say “Yup“,”Yay”Or something else on this tone before announcing the name of the species taken.
Who has arrived – Acqua Dolce
- Channa micropeltes – The first specimen on our list is a fish known in English as Giant Snakehead (Giant snake head). You can find it from 9 in the morning to 16 in the afternoon in Ponds at large shadows.
- Tilapia – The Tilapia is another freshwater fish that you can find all day in the Rivers at medium shadows.
- Piranha – The biting tropical fish has finally landed in Animal Crossing! You can find it in Rivers it’s in the morning (9 am-16 pm) that in the evening ( 21 pm-4am)at small shadows.
- Arowana – The arowana is an extremely coveted fish for all players, as it can be resold to Mirco And Marco for well 10 thousand stars it’s at Beaver for well 15 thousand. You can find it from 16 in the afternoon at 9 in the morning in Rivers at large shadows.
- Dorado – If you thought that the arowana was an expensive fish, the dorado will make you think again: it can in fact be resold at Mirco And Marco for well 15 thousand stars it’s at Beaver for well 22,500 bells. Is situated all day in the Rivers at large shadows.
- Pike – Also known as the “caiman fish”, this fish is definitely one of the biggest when it comes to freshwater fish. You can find it from 16 in the afternoon at 9 in the morning in Ponds at very large shadows.
- Pirarucù – Another extremely large fish is the pirarucù, which you find in Rivers give her 16 in the afternoon at 9 in the morning at very large shadows.
- Polypteride – Concludes our list of freshwater fish the Polypterid, which you can find from 21 in the evening at 4 in the morning in Rivers at large shadows.
Who has arrived – Salted Water
- Ribbon moray eel – Our first saltwater fish is a species of moray, which you can find in Sea for all day at medium and narrow shadows.
- Saw Shark – These fish, scientifically known as Pristiophoridae, are the first in a long list of sharks that arrived in Animal Crossing waters in June. You can find it in Sea give her 16 in the afternoon at 9 in the morning at very large shadows with the fin.
- Hammerhead Shark – Like the Saw Shark, the Hammerhead Shark is found in the Sea give her 16 in the afternoon at 9 in the morning at very large shadows with the fin.
- Great White Shark – Like other sharks, the Great White Shark is found in Sea give her 16 in the afternoon at 9 in the morning at very large shadows with the fin.
- Whale shark – The Whale Shark, in addition to differentiating itself from other sharks for its diet, is found, instead of at a specific time, for all dayalways in Sea and always in correspondence with very large shadows with the fin.
- Remora – The Remora, a fish that lives with larger animals and dines with their leftovers, closes our list of saltwater fish. It is located in Sea all day at large shadows with the fin.
Who goes away
- Japanese salmon – One of the two fish to leave us this month is the precious Japanese Salmon. You can find it near the Waterfalls between 16 in the afternoon and 9 in the morning at medium shadows.
- Char Alpine – The Arctic char then leaves us. Like the Japanese Salmon, you can find it near the Waterfalls between 16 in the afternoon and 9 in the morning at medium shadows.