Oyster

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Not to be confused with Pearl Oyster.
Oyster
 
Japanese オイスター Korean  Chinese 牡蛎
French Huître Italian Ostrica Spanish Ostra
German Auster Dutch Oester Russian Устрица
Oyster NH.png
Scientific name Unknown
Family Ostreidae
Main Appearances

As fish:

As sea creature:

Other Appearances


The Oyster (オイスター, Oisutā) is a type of sea creature in the Animal Crossing series, introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. In New Leaf, Oysters are used in the Oyster Salad recipe during the Harvest Festival.

While initially absent from Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the Oyster was added in the 1.3.0 Free Summer Update.

Catch details[edit]

In New Leaf[edit]

#5

Oyster
"I got an oyster! He's been a bit too shellfish."

Times September - February: All day
Peak Times November - December: 9 AM - 4 PM
Location Sea
Shadow Size Small
Shadow Movement Stationary
Sea Creature Size 8 cm
Rarity Common
Selling Price 99k Bells NH Inv Icon cropped.png 400 Bells
Tank Size 1.0 x 1.0

In New Horizons[edit]

#13

Oyster
"I got an oyster! It's a little shellfish."

Time of Year North: Sep – Feb
South: Mar – Aug
Time of Day All Day
Shadow Size Small
Shadow Movement Slow
Rarity
Total Catches* 0
Selling Price 99k Bells NH Inv Icon cropped.png 1100 Bells
Tank Size 1.0 x 1.0

Donating to the museum[edit]

In New Leaf[edit]

When donated to the museum, it is found in the primary, large tank in the first room of the fish exhibit. It is in the northeastern section of the tank and it is stationary. The information board says the following:

"Oysters are sometimes referred to as "the milk of the sea" because of their high nutritional value. Young oysters come from eggs, attach themselves to hard places in the ocean, and then grown. They change gender, allowing them to reproduce regardless of their neighbor's genders."

In New Horizons[edit]

When donating to the museum, Blathers will say the following:

"Oysters are marvelous mollusks and, in many ways, the social butterflies of the seas. That is, these bivalves tend to live attached to rocks in large groups known as oyster beds. These reef-like structures provide home and habitat for a delightful variety of creatures. Mussels, barnacles and sea anemones have all been known to set up house. Meanwhile, small fish and crabs hide from predators and even raise their young among the snuggling oysters. With all the hubbub, an oyster bed sounds like the last place one would get some sleep!"

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