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Scientific NameOncorhyncus kisutch
AppearancesAnimal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Date AvailabilitySeptember
Time AvailabilityAll Day
Sales Price700 Bells
Shadow SizeLarge
Tank Size1x2

The Salmon is a large yet surprisingly common and low-selling fish which can be occasionally spotted swimming through rivers during the ninth month of the year. This fish was first introduced in Animal Crossing: Wild World, and then brought back into Animal Crossing: City Folk!


[edit] Player

This is what your player says when you catch a Salmon:

[edit] Animal Crossing

"I caught a salmon! And it made it all the way back here! Now I feel bad."

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

I caught a salmon! Welcome back!

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

I caught a salmon! Now we're jammin'!

[edit] Menu

This is what the meny will say when you catch the Salmon:

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

They are famous for their roe. Their flesh is pink, but they're white fish.

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

These creatures split their lives between freshwater and seawater.

[edit] Museum

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

[edit] Animal Crossing


[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

Salmon grilled over hot coals... Delicious. I say, grilling and eating outdoors simply cannot be beat, eh wot?

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

Ahh... A salmon? Yes, quite! Everyone knows that salmon swim upstream to spawn... Bid did you know they don't eat for the entirety of their journey? Indeed! Salmon must enjoy pushing themselves to the limit... I hereby dub them the pro athletes of the river!

[edit] Trivia

[edit] Real Life

The Salmon species can be found inhabiting the waters of the Pacific Ocean as well as local rivers near northern areas such as Russia. These fish reproduce in freshwater streams in order to avoid pursuing predators without a tiff.

[edit] Appearance

The Salmon is entirely dark blue/purple with a bright pink underbelly, bearing an oddly hooked mouth to boot(no doubt intended to ease the effort needed to capture pesky prey). They have an almost aerodynamic build about their body, probably allowing them to whisk through open bodies of water at high speed.

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Last edited by Amsey on 15 July 2012 at 05:45
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