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The end of April is fast approaching, and that means that a number of bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are about to disappear for the time being. While these critters will certainly return in the future, players that are looking to complete the exhibition at Blathers' museum as quickly as possible will want to make sure to catch these ACNH bugs leaving in May now, and this guide details the exact insects that fans should be targeting.

The bugs and fish leaving the game differ between the Northern and Southern hemispheres, with far more creatures leaving the islands of the Southern hemisphere than the Northern. Here's how to catch all the critters flying and swimming away on April 30.As the season changes to summer in the Northern hemisphere, several spring critters will vanish from the island. In total, one bug and three fish will no longer be available after April 30.

Tarantulas, one of the most profitable creepy crawlies in the game, will be leaving the Northern hemisphere until November. Players should try to stock up, either on their home island or on a Mystery Tour, before the end of the month. Players can try to find the rare Tarantula Island during a Mystery Tour to capture enough Tarantulas to last until winter. If you need Buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Money, you can visit our site

Tarantulas are typically active on the ground between 7 p.m. and 4 a.m. The recent update to the game significantly reduced their spawn rates, however, so players need to really keep an eye out and catch the ones they see. Tarantulas currently sell for 8,000 bells, and more when sold to Flick.

There are quite a few ground-dwelling bugs to catch before May is up. The Long Locust, Rice Grasshopper, and Migratory Locust are all bugging out at the end of the month, so catch them between the hours of 8 AM and 7 PM. The noisy Cricket is also leaving but keeps a nocturnal schedule of 5 PM to 8 AM.

Villagers will be happy to note that the humble Flea is also leaving at the end of May. We’re not sure why as fleas aren’t really seasonal creatures in the real world, but whatever. They’re gone in June, so hang out near some of your less hygienic villagers to see if you can nab one.

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