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Animal Crossing City Folk Fish/Bug Database

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Welcome! Here i shall give information about all the bugs and fish in Animal Crossing City Folk. You can find when they come out, what they look like, selling price, and more. You can easily come here to look up the information you want and i hope it helps you in some way. I will post the information about them and also what they look like in real life. There are also some cool videos you can watch of the more interesting bugs and fish for your viewing pleasure. So please enjoy this database and everything it has to offer!

Also feel free to submit ideas and pictures/videos to use. Some of the pictures i have are fine yet if you find one better than post it. Same goes to videos except i wont remove any just keep adding more. Example, there could be 3 videos of a fish/bug.

FISH

(Name) - (Location) - (Months) - (Price) - (Size in Water)

Angelfish - Rivers - May-Oct - 3,000 - Small

Arapaima - Rivers - Jul-Sep - 10,000 - Huge

Arowana - Rivers - Jun-Sep - 10,000 - Medium

Barbel Steed - Rivers All Year - 200 - Medium

Bitterling - Rivers - Nov-Feb - 900 - Tiny

Black Bass - Rivers - All Year - 300 - Large

Bluegill - Rivers - All Year - 120 Small

Carp - Rivers - All Year - 300 - Medium

Catfish - Pond - May-Oct - 800 - Med-Large

Char - Waterfall - Mar-Jun/Sep-Nov - 3,800 - Large

Cherry Salmon - Rivers - Mar-Jun/Sep-Nov - 1,000 - Medium

Craw Fish - Holding Pond - Apr-Sep1 - 250 - Tiny

Crucian Carp - Rivers - All Year - 120 - Small-Med

Dace - Rivers - All Year - 200 - Small-Med

Dorado - Rivers - Jun-Jul/Aug-Sep - 15,000 - Huge

Eel - Rivers - Jun-Sep - 2,000 - Long & Skinny

Freshwater Goby - Rivers - All Year - 300 - Small-Med

Frog - Holding Pond - May-Aug - 120 - Tiny

Gar - Pond - Jun-Sep - 6,000 - Huge

Giant Snakehead - Pond - Jun-Aug - 5,500 - Huge

Goldfish - Rivers - All Year - 1,300 - Tiny

Guppy - Rivers - Apr-Nov - 1,300 - Tiny

Killifish - Holding Pond - Apr-Aug - 300 - Tiny

King Salmon - Rivers & River Mouth - Aug-Sep - 1,800 - Large

Koi - Rivers - All Year - 4,000 - Medium

Loach - Rivers - Mar-May - 300 - Small-Med

Neon Tetra - Rivers - Apr-Nov - 500 - Small-Med

Pale Chub - Rivers - All Year - 200 - Small

Pike - Rivers - Sep-Dec - 1,800 - Large

Piranha - Rivers - Jun-Sep - 2,500 - Small-Med

Pond Smelt - Rivers - Dec-Feb - 300 - Small-Med

Popeyed Goldfish - Rivers - All Year - 1,300 - Tiny

Rainbow Trout - Rivers - Mar-Jun/Sep-Nov - 800 - Med-Large

Salmon - Rivers & River Mouth- Aug-Sep - 700 - Med-Large

Stringfish - Rivers - Dec-Feb - 15,000 - Large

Sweetfish - Rivers - Jul-Sep1 - 900 - Small-Med

Yellow Perch - Rivers - Oct-Mar - 240 - Small-Med

Barred Knifejaw - Ocean - Mar-Nov - 5,000 - Medium

Blue Marlin - Ocean - Jul-Sep - 10,000 - Huge

Butterflyfish - Ocean - Apr-Sep - 1,000 - Small

Clownfish - Ocean - Apr/May-Aug/Sep - 650 - Tiny

Coelacanth - Ocean - All Year - 15,000 - Huge

Dab - Ocean - Oct-Apr - 300 - Small-Med

Football Fish - Ocean - Nov-Mar - 2,500 - Med-Large

Hammerhead Shark - Ocean - Jun-Sep - 8,000 - Huge w/ Fin

Horse Mackerel - Ocean - All Year - 150 - Small

Jellyfish - Ocean - Aug - 100 - Small

Lobster - Ocean - Nov-Feb - 2,500 - Large

Moray Eel - Ocean - Aug-Oct - 2,000 - Large

Napoleonfish - Ocean - Jul-Aug - 10,000 - Huge

Ocean Sunfish - Ocean - Jun-Sep - 4,000 - Huge w/ Fin

Octopus - Ocean - Sep-Jan/Mar-Jul - 500 - Small-Med

Olive Flounder - Ocean - All Year - 800 - Med-Large

Puffer Fish - Ocean - Jul-Sep - 240 - Small

Ray - Ocean - Aug-Nov - 3,000 - Huge

Red Snapper - Ocean - All Year - 3,000 - Small-Med

Sea Bass - Ocean - All Year - 200 - Large

Sea Butterfly - Ocean - Dec-Feb - 1,000 - Tiny

Sea Horse - Ocean - Apr/May-Sep/Oct-Nov - 1,100 - Tiny

Shark - Ocean - Jun-Sep - 15,000 - Huge w/ Fin

Squid - Ocean - Dec-Aug - 400 - Small-Med

Surgeonfish - Ocean - Apr-Sep - 1,000 - Small-Med

Tuna - Ocean - Nov-Mar - 7,000 - Huge

Zebra Turkeyfish - Ocean - Apr/May-Sep/Oct-Nov - 400 - Small-Med

BUGS

(Name) - (Location) - (Months) - (Price)

Agrias Butterfly - Near Ocean - Jun-Sep - 3,000

Ant - On dropped candy or rotten turnips - All Year - 80

Atlas Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 8000

Bagworm - In Trees - Oct/Nov-Feb - 300

Banded Dragonfly - Airborne - Jul-Aug - 4,500

Bee - In Trees - All Year - 2,500

Bell Cricket - Grass - Sep-Oct - 400

Birdwing - Near Flowers - Jun-Sep - 3,000

Brown Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 200

Centipede - Under Rocks - Jun-Feb - 300

Common Butterfly - Near Flowers - Mar-Jun/Sep - 90

Cricket - Grass - Sep-Nov - 130

Cyclommatus - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 8,000

Darner Dragonfly - Airborne - Jun-Aug - 200

Diving Beetle - On/In Freshwater - May-Sep - 800

Dung Beetle - Snowballs - Dec11th-Feb24th - 800

Dynastid Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 1,350

Elephant Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 8,000

Emperor - Near Flowers - Jun-Sep - 2,500

Evening Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 550

Firefly - Airborne (Near Freshwater) - June - 300

Flea - On animal neighbors - Mar-Nov - 70

Fly - On rotten turnips, garbage, or near a Rafflesia - All Year - 60

Fruit Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug/Sep - 100

Giant Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 10,000

Giant Petaltail - Airborne - Aug-Sep - 8,000

Golden Stag - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 12,000

Goliath Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jun/Jul-Aug/Sep - 8,000

Grasshopper - Grass - Jul/Aug-Sep - 160

Hercules Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 12,000

Honeybee - Near Flowers - Mar-Jun - 100

Jewel Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 2,400

Ladybug - On Flowers - Mar-Jun/Oct - 200

Lantern Fly - On Trees - Jun-Aug/Sep - 1,800

Long Locust - Grass - May-Jun/Aug-Nov - 200

Longhorn Beetle - On Tree Stumps - Jul-Aug - 260

Mantis - On Flowers - Apr-Nov - 430

Migratory Locust - Grass - Aug-Nov - 600

Miyama Stag - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 1,000

Mole Cricket - Underground - Nov-May - 280

Monarch - Near Flowers - Sep-Oct/Nov - 140

Mosquito - Airborne - Jun/Jul-Sep - 130

Moth - Near Outdoor Lights - May-Sep - 60

Oak Silk Moth - On Trees - Jun-Sep - 1,200

Orchid Mantis - On Flowers (white only) - Apr-Nov - 2,400

Peacock - Near hybrid blue, violet & black flowers - Mar-Jun/Jul/Aug/Sep - 220

Pill Bug - Under Rocks - All Year - 250

Pondskater - On Freshwater - May-Jun/Jul-Sep - 130

Rainbow Stag - On Trees - Jun-Sep - 10,000

Raja Brooke - Near Fresh Water - May/Jun/Jul - Sep - 2,500

Red Dragonfly - Airborne - Sep-Oct - 80

Robust Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 300

Saw Stag Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 2,000

Scarab Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 6,000

Scorpion - On Ground - Jul-Sep - 8,000

Snail - On Flowers when raining - Apr-Sep - 250

Spider - In Trees - Mar-Jun/Jul-Aug/Sep/Oct - 300

Tarantula - On Ground - Jun-Aug - 8,000

Tiger Butterfly - Near red and pink flowers - Mar-Jun/Jul-Aug/Sep - 160

Violin Beetle - On Tree Stumps - Jun/Sep-Oct/Nov - 260

Walker Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Sep - 400

Walking Leaf - On Ground - Jul-Aug/Sep - 600

Walkingstick - On Trees - Jul-Aug/Sep - Nov - 600

Yellow Butterfly - Near Flowers - Mar-Jun/Sep - 90

Source

http://accf.wikispaces.com/Fish

To get the specific times of day the fish/bug is out, then you should visit this site. This database is to let you know what bugs come out what month. It would take forever and a new way to organize everything for me to add the times too. :P

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FISH

Freshwater Fish

Angelfish

http://www.nemos-aquatics.co.uk/sitebuilde...s/angelfish.jpg

Arapaima

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/stat...ma-diver-ga.jpg

Arowana

http://www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/pfk/...wana_winner.jpg

Barbel Steed

http://fishdb.sinica.edu.tw/2001new/spe_pi...300/a639-10.jpg

Bitterling

http://www.tauchjunkie.de/media/gfx/bitterling.jpg

Black Bass

http://www.biolib.cz/IMG/GAL/21231.jpg

Bluegill

http://io.uwinnipeg.ca/~simmons/16cm05/1116/bluegill4.jpg

Carp

http://www.naturephoto-cz.com/photos/others/carp-20524.jpg

Catfish

http://www.claytorlakeonline.com/catfish.jpg

Char

http://www.samuelsandsonseafood.com/produc..._photo/CHAR.jpg

Cherry Salmon

http://www.hiyeda.com/images/gallery/sakur...ramasuOsuFX.jpg

Craw Fish

http://www.foodsubs.com/Photos/crayfish.jpg

Crucian Carp

http://www.naturephoto-cz.com/photos/other...-carp-20522.jpg

Dace

http://www.sfca.co.uk/about/dace400.jpg

Dorado

http://www.lax-a.is/media/large/dorado%20in%20green(1).jpg

Eel

http://stellwagen.noaa.gov/education/adult...ican_Eel_lg.jpg

Freshwater Goby

http://www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/pfk/...ogobius_wui.jpg

Frog

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/frog-1.jpg

Gar

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/stat...es/1024/gar.jpg

Giant Snakehead

http://dbserver.fri.gov.my/bitmap.asp?p=00000275

Goldfish

http://nottakingsides.files.wordpress.com/...8/goldfish1.jpg

Guppy

http://www.breeding-guppies.com/images/guppy2.jpg

Killifish

http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media...04-4E094510.jpg

King Salmon

http://www.trulythefinest.com/products/tfh...lmon-49-640.jpg

Koi

http://ursispaltenstein.ch/blog/images/upl...rry_gilecki.jpg

Loach

http://www.brettb.com/images/AlgaeLoach2.jpg

Neon Tetra

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/neon_tetra-16.jpg

Pale Chub

http://jamescard.net/flyfishing/images/chub_s.jpg

Pike

http://www.trotterfishing.com/images/Fish/Pike.jpg

Piranha

http://www.petfish.net/pix/piranha2_Joshu_t.jpg

Pond Smelt

http://users.bigpond.net.au/abellm/angfa/retropinna_sml.jpg

Popeyed Goldfish

http://img382.imageshack.us/img382/4779/goldfishiw7.jpg

Rainbow Trout

http://health.utah.gov/epi/enviroepi/activ...rout%20fig2.jpg

Salmon

http://www.proteinpower.com/drmd_blog/wp-c...oho-salmon1.jpg

Stringfish

*Unable to get one*

Sweetfish

Yellow Perch

http://www.learnnc.org/lp/media/uploads/20...ellow_perch.jpg

Ocean Fish

Barred Knifejaw

http://www.marinelifephotography.com/fishe...sciatus-juv.jpg

Blue Marlin

http://www.fishingmaui.com/gamefish/blue_marlin_hawaii.jpg

Butterflyfish

http://www.whozoo.org/Anlife2001/lorabrys/...nBflyFwzb38.jpg

Clownfish

http://www.waterlife.co.uk/seaquariums/images/clownfish.jpg

Coelacanth

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/stat...th-swimming.jpg

Dab

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...nda_limanda.jpg

Football Fish

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Qmj0yrUxvK0/RmQw...ootbal_fish.JPG

Hammerhead Shark

http://www.bbc.co.uk/devon/content/images/...ark_465x310.jpg

Horse Mackerel

http://www.tritongroup.biz/images/product_...%20trachuru.jpg

Jellyfish

http://earthguide.ucsd.edu/hughes2001/acct...e/jellyfish.gif

Lobster

http://www.sealifegifts.net/user_images/lobster1.jpg

Moray Eel

http://dicksandy.org/NorthCarolina/Ft%20Fi...y%20eel%202.jpg

Napoleon fish

http://www.hku.hk/ecology/porcupine/por34gif/34-vert-1a.jpg

Ocean Sunfish

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/stat...la-swimming.jpg

Octopus

http://www.greenexpander.com/wp-content/up.../12/octopus.jpg

Olive Flounder

http://assets.espn.go.com/winnercomm/outdo...flounderFWC.jpg

Puffer Fish

http://www.thecutereport.com/wp-content/up...01187533810.jpg

Ray

http://leisureguy.files.wordpress.com/2006...tingray_big.jpg

Red Snapper

http://oceanworld.tamu.edu/students/fisher...d_snapper_1.jpg

Sea Bass

http://www.growfish.com.au/images/Wallpaper/Sea-bass.jpg

Sea Butterfly

http://media.npr.org/programs/morning/feat...rctic/main4.jpg

Sea Horse

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n162/ckacy4/SeaHorse.jpg

Shark

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/great-white-shark-1.jpg

Squid

http://www.mbl.edu/news/press_releases/ima...rt_squid_sm.jpg

Surgeonfish

http://i.livescience.com/images/ig55_venom...geonfish_09.jpg

Tuna

http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2006/0...una_600x306.jpg

Zebra Turkeyfish

http://www.aquaria.co.yu/al_punto/Enciklop...rus%20zebra.jpg

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BUGS

Agrias Butterfly

http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/884/15000262.JPG

Ant

http://blog.makezine.com/800px-Meat_eater_..._on_honey02.jpg

Atlas Beetle

http://chosetec.darkclan.net/origami/atlas/atlas.jpg

Bagworm

http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/images/bagworm2.jpeg

Banded Dragonfly

http://www.richard-seaman.com/Wallpaper/Na...ntDragonfly.jpg

Bee

http://www.physorg.com/newman/gfx/news/2005/1-bee.jpg

Bell Cricket

http://www.timwerx.net/odds/suzumushi/semi.jpg

Birdwing

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_o4fgtES1zFc/R1B8...%2BBirdwing.jpg

Brown Cicada

http://www.mongabay.com/images/indonesia/k...an/kali9120.JPG

Centipede

http://entomology.unl.edu/images/centipedes/gardncnt.jpg

Common Butterfly

http://www.anbg.gov.au/anbg/insects/common...n-butterfly.jpg

Cricket

http://www.geocities.com/hibiscusred/bug/cricket.jpg

Cyclommatus

http://godofinsects.com/images/specimens/123_15.jpg

Darner Dragonfly

http://www.butterflyutopia.com/BIG/036_dragonfly.jpg

Diving Beetle

http://www.scientificillustrator.com/art/i...ving_beetle.jpg

Dung Beetle

http://www.naturephoto-cz.com/photos/mraz/...le-05a26002.jpg

Dynastid Beetle

http://www.malaeng.com/blog/wp-content/pic...trypoxylus4.jpg

Elephant Beetle

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/06/03/...693_468x327.jpg

Emperor

http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/739/127035.JPG

Evening Cicada

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1163/109311..._0f2a2fefc2.jpg

Firefly

http://sarcasticgamer.com/wp/wp-content/up.../02/firefly.jpg

Flea

http://blogs.thetimes.co.za/pendock/files/2008/05/flea-1.jpg

Fly

http://spikything.com/blog/wp-content/uplo...2007/07/fly.jpg

Fruit Beetle

http://botany.00server.com/fruit-beetle2.JPG

Giant Beetle

http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1930000/imag...beetle1_300.jpg

Giant Petaltail

http://sparkleberrysprings.com/v-web/b2/im...al080531blg.jpg

Golden Stag

http://www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_sc...es/PWC_8591.jpg

Goliath Beetle

http://www.nature-pictures.com/album/camer...th%20Beetle.jpg

Grasshopper

http://www.idratherbewriting.com/wp-conten...grasshopper.jpg

Hercules Beetle

http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/987/70001013.JPG

Honeybee

http://chat.carleton.ca/%7Ehcampbe3/honeybee-1.jpg

Jewel Beetle

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...)_In_Nature.PNG

Ladybug

http://api.ning.com/files/OOTIq4GasU9z-xJG...ian_ladybug.jpg

Lantern Fly

http://waynesword.palomar.edu/images/lanfly5a.jpg

Long Locust

*looking for one*

Longhorn Beetle

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/english/plaveg.../wpeb4large.jpg

Mantis

http://www.clovisusd.k12.ca.us/mv/Teacher%...ntis%5B1%5D.jpg

Migratory Locust

http://www.dpi.qld.gov.au/images/Biosecuri...y-Adult-500.jpg

Miyama Stag

http://www.natural-japan.net/photos/coleop...emoratus_08.jpg

Mole Cricket

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...e_cricket02.jpg

Monarch

http://newarklibrary.files.wordpress.com/2..._butterfly1.jpg

Mosquito

http://www.cornellcollege.edu/biology/inse...es/mosquito.jpg

Moth

http://entweb.clemson.edu/museum/moths/exotic/moth1.jpg

Oak Silk Moth

http://nitro.biosci.arizona.edu/zeeb/butte...ae/A_oculea.jpg

Orchid Mantis

http://www.spectacular-planet.com/images/orchid1.jpg

Peacock

http://srufaculty.sru.edu/david.dailey/pub...rfly_p-1586.gif

Pill Bug

http://citym.org/ue/pillbug.jpg

Pondskater

http://www.friendsofwarnhamlnr.org.uk/imag...skater_001a.jpg

Rainbow Stag

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/107/298644194_87988d9f41.jpg

Raja Brooke

http://images.travelpod.com/users/technotr...9-butterfly.jpg

Red Dragonfly

http://www.worldwidenature.com/images/prod.../DFM02red02.jpg

Robust Cicada

http://members.fortunecity.com/cicadaman1999/1e2b71c0.jpg

Saw Stag Beetle

http://natural-japan.net/photos/Prosopocoi...clinatus_05.jpg

Scarab Beetle

http://www.junglewalk.com/animal-pictures/...Beetle-2770.jpg

Scorpion

http://www.medtogo.com/assets/images/scorpion.jpg

Snail

http://spaz.ca/wordpress/wp-content/upload...7/06/snail1.JPG

Spider

http://www.aroundthebend.ca/images/s_spider.jpg

Tarantula

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/4177...arantula416.jpg

Tiger Butterfly

http://photos.somd.com/data/500/medium/Tig...l-Butterfly.jpg

Violin Beetle

http://www.btinternet.com/%7Eaero/violin.jpg

Walker Cicada

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3043/290291...6cff2e7.jpg?v=0

Walking Leaf

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm.../LeafInsect.jpg

Walkingstick

http://www.itsnature.org/Trees/images/arti...alkingstick.jpg

Yellow Butterfly

http://www.videoscape.com.au/vsp/YellowButterfly.gif

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VIDEO SECTION

Here I will put videos of some of the more interesting bugs and fish. This way you can see and study them more clearly. They are also for your viewing pleasure of course.

Arapaima

Arowana

Blue Marlin

Coelacanth

Napoleon Fish

Piranha

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxw1EFcm3vw

Tarantula (RIP LITTLE MOUSE)

:(

Other Cool Animal Crossing videos!

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheAnimalVillage

http://www.youtube.com/user/accityfolkjournal

Feel free to submit your own. Any video site is fine as long as it does not add viruses, etc.

Useful Websites about the Animal Crossing Fish/Bugs

Fish - http://accf.wikispaces.com/Fish

Bugs - http://accf.wikispaces.com/Bugs

*More coming soon*

Feel free to share other sites with information about the fish and bugs in the game.

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Put the times on there. Ex. noon-evening

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This is going to be SO helpful, mind if i put a link in my FAQ thread?

Feel free to if you want. ;)

Im still trying to decide if i should continue linking the pictures or put the actual pictures up to view. :P

Some are big though and might make it much longer and i see nothing wrong with clicking the ones you want to see.

Still deciding however. :)

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This is going to be SO helpful, mind if i put a link in my FAQ thread?

Feel free to if you want. ;)

Im still trying to decide if i should continue linking the pictures or put the actual pictures up to view. :P

Some are big though and might make it much longer and i see nothing wrong with clicking the ones you want to see.

Still deciding however. :)

THUMBNAILS!!!

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Thank you BlackBreeze and STAINLESSSTEEL. Both pictures were added and im grateful that you provided them. :)

I will get to the bugs eventually as ive been busy as of now. :P

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Something interesting I found out. Go to google images and type in 'angler fish' or 'blackdevil angler fish'

isn't it familiar?

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Something interesting I found out. Go to google images and type in 'angler fish' or 'blackdevil angler fish'

isn't it familiar?

Football fish are a type of angler fish.

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Something interesting I found out. Go to google images and type in 'angler fish' or 'blackdevil angler fish'

isn't it familiar?

Football fish are a type of angler fish.

Ok :P

Anyway, for the AC type of squids I thinke these pictures are more appropriate.

pnas_coverart_squid_sm.jpg

LOLIGO%20SQUID.jpg

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Well, Nsider has been down for 2 days. I was a little sad but i can always find some way to make the best of things. Thats when i decided to start updating the bug information into the database while Nsider is down. Took hours, but i got it finished. XD

So, finally i have completed the bugs' sections. Now we have the complete database of bugs and fish. Maybe later i might add times but its very complicated to do so. For now you can use this thread to help you find the specific bugs you need and know what months they come out.

You can also view the fish and bugs in real life! Enjoy seeing what your favorite bug/fish in the game looks like in real life! Dont forget i also have some videos for your entertainment!

So i now give you... THE ANIMAL CROSSING CITY FOLK FISH/BUG DATABASE! :D

Enjoy!

<(O_O<) <YAY!)

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Added a new video to the video section. Tarantula! This one is sad and we all should feel VERY sorry for the mouse. I almost cried for it. :(

May he rest in peace. Curse spiders...never really liked them. They are so cruel to innocent creatures. ;_;

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Added a new video to the video section. Tarantula! This one is sad and we all should feel VERY sorry for the mouse. I almost cried for it. :(

May he rest in peace. Curse spiders...never really liked them. They are so cruel to innocent creatures. ;_;

O_O

Well.... Tarantula's have to eat too you know?

But still... poor mouse..

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