Animal Crossing Season Change, New Bugs, Fish, and Sea Creatures in February for Northern and Southern Hemisphere

Well, I think I will just get right into it! 😊

🟒 Bugs 🟒

There is only 1 new bug for the Northern Hemisphere.

Tiger Beetle – It can be found on the ground during the whole day.

There are 3 new bugs for the Southern Hemisphere.

Migratory Locust – It can be found on the ground between the times of 8am-7pm

Rice Grasshopper – It can be found on the ground between the times of 8am-7pm

Walker Cicada – It can be found on trees (not palm) between the times of 8am-5pm

🟒 Fish 🟒

There are no new fish to catch for Northern Hemisphere.

There are 3 new fish for the Southern Hemisphere.

Soft-Shelled Turtle – It can be found in the River, it has a large shadow, it is available between the hours of 4pm-9am

Moray Eel – It can be found in the Ocean, it has a long shadow, it is available all day, this is a rare Eel.

Ray – It can be found in the Ocean, it has an extra large shadow, it is available between the hours of 4am-9pm, this is a rare Ray.

🟒 Sea Creatures 🟒

There are no new sea creatures for Northern Hemisphere.

There is only 1 new sea creature for the Southern Hemisphere.

Flatworm – can be found diving, it has an extra small shadow, it’s speed is extra slow, it is available between the hours of 4pm-9am.

🟒 Season Change 🟒

Northern Hemisphere people! This is your last chance to collect snowflakes and collect winter DIYs. The last day to collect these items is February 25th. After February 25th, when the snow leaves, Bamboo comes back!

Southern Hemisphere people! February is the last month of Summer. So be sure to collect those Summer Shell’s. Your next season to roll in is Autumn.

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