Another month is almost over, so make sure to grab all the Animal Crossing: New Horizons critters that are leaving after July.

To help make sure you grab what you can before they disappear, we’ve put together a list of things to hunt down and fill out the the Museum.

While folks who time travel don’t have as much to worry about when it comes to catching this variety of bugs, people playing by the day will not want to wait months to continue their collection.

For fish, we recommend using bait, crafted using the manila clams that you can dig up on the beach, to quickly spawn fish in the desired location. Simply make the bait at your crafting table and toss it into the water from your inventory.

We’ve broken up the tables by hemisphere. Not too many critters are leaving after July. Southern Hemisphere players are only losing a few Sea Creatures, and Northern Hemisphere players are saying goodbye to the honeybee, tadpole, and seaweed.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons critters leaving after July (Northern Hemisphere)

Critter type Critter Location Shadow Size Time
Critter type Critter Location Shadow Size Time
Bug Honeybee Flying N/A 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fish Tadpole Pond Smallest All day
Sea Creature Seaweed Ocean N/A All day

Animal Crossing: New Horizons critters leaving after July (Southern Hemisphere)

Critter type Critter Location Time
Critter type Critter Location Time
Sea Creature Abalone Ocean 4 p.m. – 9 a.m.
Sea Creature Lobster Ocean All day

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