Red Snapper

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Red Snapper
Red Snapper.png
Scientific NameLutjanus campechanus
AppearancesAnimal Crossing
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
LocationOcean
Date AvailabilityAll Year
Time AvailabilityAll Day
Sales Price3,000 Bells
Shadow SizeSmall - Medium
Tank Size

The Red Snapper is a small, expensive fish that has appeared in every game in the Animal Crossing Series.

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[edit] Players

This is what your player says when you catch a Red Snapper:

[edit] Animal Crossing

I caught a red snapper! That was a snap! (I really have to stop saying things like that.)

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

I caught a red snapper! Ooh, SNAP!

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

I caught a red snapper! Snappity snap snap!

[edit] Menu

This is what the menu will say when you catch the Red Snapper:

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"Their red color comes from their shrimp diet."

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

These will eat almost anything and can live up to 20 years.

[edit] Museum

This is what Blathers will say when you donate this fish:

[edit] Animal Crossing

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[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

Relatively few places serve red snapper, but... ...I actually understand why. It's rather dry, and not at all flavorful, eh wot?

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

Hoo, magnificent! Fine job, snapping up a red snapper! ...Hoo now? You didn't find that uproariously funny? In any case, right near the gills of this fish is a bone that actually looks just like the fish itself... Some cultures believe keeping one of these on you brings good luck. Good luck is a snap! Hoo!


[edit] Trivia

  • Due to their small size, the Red Snapper is usually passed up for larger fish. This fish, however, tends to be more expensive then most other, larger fish.

[edit] Real Life

The Red Snapper is a fish found in the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Coast of the United States. An adult can live for up to 50 years.

[edit] Appearance

A Red Snapper in real life

These fish have a slight red tint to their scales, as well as spiny-objects on their back. They have sharp teeth, but they lack canine teeth.

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