In this month, water temperature is going to get changes with the changes a lot of new Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures has been introduced on the island. If you are wondering that what are some new sea creatures which have been introduced, then keep reading.

Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures

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With the arrival of March the weather changes and with the change of weather the water temperature also changes. And these changes in the water temperature can get you a lot of new sea creatures in Animal Crossing New Horizons. These sea creatures will be available for both Hemishpere players. During this time, you will have a great opportunity to catch these sea creatures.

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New Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures 2021

March has arrived and the change of season has begun with the change in water temperature. With the change in water temperature, a lot of new sea creatures will arrive in Animal Crossing New Horizons. A total of 5 new sea creatures are coming in this month for Northern Hemisphere and similarly, a total of 5 sea creatures will arrive for Southern Hemisphere as well.

And when March will reach to the end then one sea creature will leave the Northern Hemisphere whereas 8 deep-sea creatures will leave the Southern Hemisphere.

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Below we have given on the new Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures 2021, have a look.

Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures 2021: New Arrivals

Here is the list of deep-sea creatures which are arriving this month in Animal Crossing New Horizons, have a look:

New 5 deep-sea creatures coming to Northern Hemisphere:

  • Turban Shell: Will be available all day, Small Shadow Size, Swimming Speed is slow, and can be sold for 1,000 bells.
  • Chambered Nautilus: Will be available from 4 PM to 9 AM, Medium Shadow Size, Swimming speed is slow, and can be sold for 1,800 bells.
  • Umbrella Octopus: Will be available all day, Small Shadow Size, Swiming speed is quick with Long Lunges, and can be sold for around 6,000 bells.
  • Firefly Squid: Will be available from 9 PM to 4 AM, Tiny Shadow Size, Swiming Speed is slow, and can be sold for 1400 bells.
  • Spider Crab: Will be available all day. Big Shadow Size, Swimming Speed is quick and can be sold for 12,000 bells.

New 5 deep-sea creatures coming to Southern Hemisphere:

  • Turban Shell: Will be available all day, Small Shadow Size, Swimming Speed is slow, and can be sold for 1,000 bells.
  • Chambered Nautilus: Will be available from 4 PM to 9 AM, Medium Shadow Size, Swimming speed is slow, and can be sold for 1,800 bells.
  • Umbrella Octopus: Will be available all day, Small Shadow Size, Swiming speed is quick with Long Lunges, and can be sold for around 6,000 bells.
  • Oyster: Will be available all day, Small Shadow Size, Swimming speed is slow, and can be sold for around 2,000 bells.
  • Sweet Shrimp: Will be available from 4 PM to 9 AM, Small Shadow Size, Swimming speed is slow, and can be sold for 1400 bells.

New Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures 2021: Leaving in March 2021

Below are the deep-sea creatures which will leave at the end of March 2021, have a look:

Northern Hemisphere:

  • Red King Crab

Southern Hemisphere:

  • Sea Grapes
  • Sea Urchin
  • Slate Pencil Urchin
  • Moon Jellyfish
  • Gigas Giant Clam
  • Tiger Prawn
  • Horseshoe Crab
  • Flatworm

So this was all about New Animal Crossing New Horizons March Sea Creatures 2021 coming to both Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

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