Migratory Locust

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Migratory Locust
Migratory Locust.png
Scientific NameLocusta migratoria
AppearancesAnimal Crossing
Animal Forest
Animal Forest+
Animal Forest e+
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
LocationGrass (Does not Appear in the Rain)
Date AvailabilityAugust - November
Time Availability8am - 7pm
Sales Price600 Bells
Tank Size1x1

The Migratory Locust is a bug that made it's first appearance in Animal Crossing and further appearances in all of the games to this date.

Contents

[edit] How to Catch

[edit] Player

This is what you player says when you catch an Migratory Locust:

[edit] Animal Crossing

I caught a migratory locust! I wonder if it flies south for the winter...

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

I caught a migratory locust! Migrate into my pocket!

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

I caught a migratory locust! Migrate into my pocket!

[edit] Menu

When looking at the Migratory Locust in the bug menu it will say this:

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

Despite their appearance, they are skittish.

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

Despite their large size, these are skittish and scare easily.

[edit] Museum

If you donate this bug to the Museum, Blathers will say this:

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

I wonder if the migratory locust thinks about where it's going to go next? Frankly, I suspect it plans not at all and just flies about willy-nilly... Hardly a recommended way of traveling, eh wot? Hoo... But I digress..

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

Ah, hoo, migratory locusts. As their name suggests, they fly far...quite far, in point of fact. These insects will fly as a group into fields, devour all the crops, and completely devastate the land. Just one of these beasts is sufficiently horrifying, so imagine how abominable a swarm would be... Blech!

[edit] Trivia

[edit] Real Life

The migratory Locust is mainly found in Oceania, Africa and Asia. It has became rare in Europe over the past couple of years due to environmental change.

[edit] Appearance

A Migratory Locust in real life
Last edited by Aurigae on 6 July 2012 at 10:57
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