February is here and so players are back on the hunt for new fish, insects and marine animals in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
- Animal Crossing New Horizons was released for the Nintendo Switch almost a year ago.
- Nintendo’s life simulation offers the Players new things to collect and craft every month.
- Also in February there are all sorts again fish, insects, sea animals and collect items.
Kyoto, Japan – The time has come next month: Animal Crossing New Horizons turns one year old. Who would have thought that the life simulation would be so successful? Clear, player have always been enthusiastic about Animal Crossing, but never before has the game sold more than 1 million copies. With that, Nintendo truly broken a record and doesn’t have to hide behind titles like FIFA 21. in the February to get player now not only a new update, but of course you can also get certain fish, insects and sea animals to catch.
|Release (date of first publication)||March 20, 2020|
Animal Crossing New Horizons: February Update brings Carnival to our islands
Nintendo provides us with a brand new update in February for Animal Crossing New Horizons. This will make the carnival event on February 15th take place where we can welcome a completely new guest. Of course there are also some new ones Items in carnival style on your island and for your guests you have to catch feathers out of the air. With rip and drag you can Items partly also buy. In addition, the cute little raccoons also have some new emotions on offer. But be careful, the latter are only up to February 15th available, so you shouldn’t think about the purchase for too long!
Of course there is February but also to catch something that creeps and flies. playerThose who have been around for a long time don’t expect much new. Newbies can use the February but catch some to donate it to the museum and to get closer to the dream of the golden fishing rod or the golden net.
Animal Crossing New Horizons: All the fish you can catch in February
Granted, new ones Fish species will you in February you don’t have to catch and you don’t have to hurry to catch it, because all species are still there until at least March. But you can get a lot of sternis with one or the other species.
|Name||Location||Shadow size||month||Time||Value (in asterisk)|
|Huchen||River source, waterfall||Huge||December to March||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||15.000|
|Bitterling||flow||Tiny||November to March||all day||900|
|Perch||flow||medium||October to March||all day||300|
|chub||flow||Tiny||all the year long||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||200|
|Crucian carp||flow||Klein||all the year long||all day||160|
|Hasel||flow||medium||all the year long||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||240|
|River goby||flow||Klein||all the year long||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||400|
|Sunfish||flow||Klein||all the year long||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||180|
|perch||flow||Large||all the year long||all day||400|
|carp||pond||Large||all the year long||all day||300|
|Koi-Karpfen||pond||Large||all the year long||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||4.000|
|Goldfish||pond||Tiny||all the year long||all day||1.300|
|Telescopic||pond||Tiny||all the year long||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||1.300|
|Ranchu||pond||Klein||all the year long||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||4.500|
|See-Engel||Lake||Tiny||December to March||all day||1.000|
|Kalmar||Lake||medium||December to August||all day||500|
|Strapfish||Lake||Huge||December to May||all day||9.000|
|Kliesche||Lake||medium||October to April||all day||300|
|Frogfish||Lake||Very large||November to March||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||2.000|
|Sardelle||Lake||Klein||all the year long||4:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.||200|
|Mackerel||Lake||Klein||all the year long||all day||150|
|Sea bass||Lake||Very large||all the year long||all day||400|
|Kaiserschnapper||Lake||medium||all the year long||all day||3.000|
|Flounder||Lake||Large||all the year long||all day||800|
|Glaskopffisch||Lake||Klein||all the year long||9:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.||15.000|
|Coelacanth||Sea in rain / snow||Huge||all the year long||all day||15.000|
|Disturb||Estuary||Huge||September to March||all day||10.000|
|tuna||Step||Huge||November to April||all day||7.000|
|Marlin||Step||Huge||November to April||all day||10.000|
Animal Crossing New Horizons: All Insects in February
The insects in Animal Crossing New Horizons also look similarly poor as the ones fishing. Just one insect is finally available again for those who haven’t been able to catch it yet. Nevertheless, here is a list of all insectsthat you in February in Animal Crossing New Horizons can catch.
|Name||Location||month||Time||Value (in asterisk)|
|Sand beetle beetle||On the ground||February to October||all day||1.500|
|Cabbage white butterfly||Flies around||September to June||4:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.||160|
|Sky butterfly||Flies around||December to March, June to September||7:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.||4.000|
|Mole cricket||in the ground, chirps loudly||November to May||all day||500|
|Centipede||Bump into rocks||September to June||4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.||300|
|Bird spider||On the ground||November to April||7:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.||8.000|
|White tree nymph||Flies around||all the year long||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.||1.000|
|wasp||Shake the tree||all the year long||all day||2.000|
|Motte||With light sources||all the year long||7:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.||130|
|Spruce buck||On tree stumps||all the year long||all day||350|
|Sack carrier||Shake the tree||all the year long||all day||600|
|Ameise||Rotten beets||all the year long||all day||80|
|Hermit Crab||At the beach||all the year long||7:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.||1.000|
|Exotic ligia||On rocks on the beach||all the year long||all day||200|
|Fly||With rubbish or rotten fruit||all the year long||all day||60|
|Kugelassel||Bump into rocks||September to June||11:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.||250|
|spider||Shake the tree||all the year long||7:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.||600|
|slug||On rocks and bushes in the rain||all the year long||all day||250|
Animal Crossing New Horizons: Catch All Marine Animals in February
Even with the Marine animals in Animal Crossing New Horizons there are no new animals in the February catch. But if you haven’t caught a Botan shrimp, watering can sponge or Scotoplanes yet, you should stop by. These three animals are only available this month!
|Name||size||month||Time||Value (in asterisk)|
|Wakame-Alge||Large||October to July||all day||600|
|Sea cucumbers||Large||November to April||all day||500|
|Scotoplanes||medium||November to February||4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.||10.000|
|Pacific crab||Large||November to May||all day||1.900|
|Snow crab||Large||November to April||all day||6.000|
|King crab||Large||November to March||all day||8.000|
|Botan-Garnele||medium||September to February||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||1.400|
|Watering can sponge||medium||October to February||all day||5.000|
|starfish||medium||all the year long||all day||500|
|Seeanemone||Large||all the year long||all day||500|
|Nacktkiemer||Klein||all the year long||all day||600|
|Pearl oyster||medium||all the year long||all day||2.800|
|Scallop||Large||all the year long||all day||1.200|
|Babylon-Seeschnecke||medium||all the year long||all day||1.000|
|Oktopus||Large||all the year long||all day||1.200|
|Seepocke||Klein||all the year long||all day||600|
|Mantis Shrimp||medium||all the year long||4:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.||2.500|
Have you already been able to catch all of the insects, fish and marine animals listed or are you still hunting?
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