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It first appeared alongside the olive flounder in Animal Forest e+ , where the two fish were the same shadow size. As they were the same size as sea bass in Animal Forest e+ , it can sometimes be difficult to find either of these flatfish. The dab also appeared in Pocket Camp during a February 2019 event called "Dab goals". As with all fish and bugs in Animal Crossing series, the dab can be donated to the Museum by talking to Blathers, the curator. When donating, Blathers will tell the player a little bit about the donation.
In City Folk , upon donating to the museum, Blathers the curator will say: "By the by.