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Animal Crossing New Horizons: How to get Whale Sharks

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2020-06-01 09:14:42


Guide to learn how to catch whale sharks in Animal Crossing New Horizons

  Do you like the whale shark and Animal Crossing New Horizons? Well this article is for you.

With the new shark season benefiting the Northern Hemisphere you will definitely want to catch these guys as well, as they are worth a lot of bells and are key to completing your museum collection and we will help you with this How to Catch Whale Sharks guide.

How to catch whale sharks in Animal Crossing New Horizons?


Unlike the other sharks in the game, the whale shark will appear in the ocean at any time of the day, while others like the great white shark only appear between 4 p.m. and 9 a.m. This means you can focus on catching whale sharks by fishing outside of these hours, starting at 10 a.m. and fishing until just before 4 p.m.

As we have already mentioned in another section, the shark season begins in June and they have until September to catch it, which is when it ends.

When you are fishing you should be alert when they appear and you will know because all the sharks in New Horizons have a dorsal fin that sticks out over the water.

The bad news is that despite their shadows, you cannot guess which one of the sharks you are about to fish for, so every time you see one of these, there is a possibility that it is a whale shark, although it could also be a great white or hammerhead shark.

Once you catch your first, you probably want to donate it to the Blathers museum to try to complete the collection.

After that, they can be sold to Nook’s for 13,000 Bells, though CJ will either pay 50 percent more or turn three of them into a collectible model.

 With this guide to How to catch whale sharks in Animal Crossing New Horizons the capture of the whale shark (or any type of shark) should be easier. Luck!





Tags:
AC New Horizons
Platform(s):
Nintendo Switch
Genre(s):
Social simulation real-life simulation
Developer(s):
Nintendo EPD
Publisher(s):
Nintendo
Release date:
March 20, 2020
Mode:
Single-player, multiplayer
age rating:
3+




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