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Turban Shell In Animal Crossing New Horizons: How To Catch

Here's everything about the Turban Shell in Animal Crossing New Horizons that you need to know including its location, spawn timing, selling price and more.

Apart from the new bugs and fishes that players can catch in September, there are also some deep sea creatures that you can grab. The Turban Shell in Animal Crossing New Horizons is a creature that you can capture to add to your collection. So, how to catch the Turban Shell and what is its selling price, spawn timing and condition? Find out here.

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How to Catch Turban Shell in ACNH

The Turban Shell is a slow deep sea creature with a small shadow size, so it won’t be difficult to swim behind it and dive to catch it. If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, you have a lot of months to capture it. That’s September, October, November, December and then March, April and May.

For Southerners, you have time from March, April, May, June and then September, October, November.

Luckily, there is no specific timing you have to adhere to – you can catch the Turban Shell in Animal Crossing New Horizons all day. Just begin swimming in the sea and press the A button to dive underwater. Read our guide on how to dive in ACNH to know more about the prerequisites of diving.

The Turban Shell is not a rare creature hence its selling price is merely 1000 Bells.If you choose to donate it to Blathers, he will tell you how it houses a Sea Snail which slips back into the shell and locks itself in when there’s danger. ‘Bravo!’ he says as he applauds the little sea creature.

That’s everything you need to know about the Turban Shell in ACNH. We have more such guides for you that will help you find the location as well as the strategy to catch various creatures. Here are a few latest ones that you can check right away: Monarch Butterfly, Pike, and Red Dragonfly.

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