Are you still playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Because I know I am. I can't stop. It has become a problem. I'm relentlessly talking about Animal Crossing, messaging my girlfriend about it, decorating my town…

I have a full week's worth of developments planned, including demolitions and new builds. Got like 5 million bells in the bank to fund my ambitions. This game is intense.

But of course, the bread and butter of Animal Crossing is fish and bugs, and your primary goal should be to fill up your museum with all of those creepy critters. That is why we've written up this guide, of course.

Take a look through this guide for all the details you need on which fish and bugs are entering and leaving your island in the month of May. There's good news in the form of plenty of brand new creatures, but bad news as plenty of rarer fish and leaving both hemispheres.

If you need help finding any of the fish or bugs we've listed, check out our full Animal Crossing: New Horizons list of fish and list of bugs for full information on where you can find them, and at what time of day.

Now that's out of the way, cast your eyes down below for all of the fish and bugs you need to keep an eye out for…