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The sea pineapple is a deep-sea creature introduced in New Horizons. Diving is the only way to obtain it.

Donation to the museum

In New Horizons

Upon donation to the museum or selecting "Tell me more about this!", Blathers the curator will say:

"Try not to gawk as you look upon the sea pineapple. Its peculiar look is simply one of nature's many jokes. Though it may look like a half-rotten hunk of fruit, the sea pineapple is no plant, shellfish, or even sea slug. It's a tunicate, wot wot...a fancy name for a shallow-water filter feeder with a taste for plankton. It should be noted that the sea pineapple looks like a tadpole when it's young and can still swim about. Alas, its youthful cuteness wears off once it attaches itself for good to a rock. Ah, but let's put insults aside! Sea pineapples are full of water, you sea. And I fear we're asking for a squirt in the eye!"

Capture Quotes

"I got a sea pineapple! Your move, sea pizzas." —New Horizons

Encyclopedia Information

New Horizons

Deep-Sea Creature
Encyclopedia Information
"I got a sea pineapple! Your move, sea pizzas."
Current Active Hours All day
Months active (north) Apr–Aug
Months active (south) Dec–Jul


Further Information

Main article: Sea pineapple on Wikipedia

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