|Initial clothes||Tropical Shirt|
|Favourite song||Aloha K.K.|
Anabelle (Japanese: アルミ Arumi) is a snooty alligator villager from the Animal Crossing series. She has appeared in every canonical Animal Crossing title since . Her initial catchphrase is a reference to an anteater's nose as well as to how they eat.
Anabelle was originally introduced in Wild World to replace the character of Ankha, who appeared in previous titles, and later returned alongside Anabelle in .
Anabelle is an orange-yellow anteater with dark orange plates on her back and green eyes. Unlike other anteaters, her tail is flat rather than fluffy, making her resemble an armadillo or pangolin. She always looks colorful. She wears the Tropical Shirt.
Anabelle's house is decorated with a lot of furniture from the Cabana Series, including the Cabana Bed, Cabana Screen, and the Cabana Vanity along with a Green Bookcase and an Exotic Bench as well as many Plants. The Wallpaper is the Lattice Wall and the Flooring is the Diner Tile. There is a Phonograph that plays Aloha K.K..
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As a peppy villager, Anabelle will always appear to be in a good mood. She will get along with other villagers including the player. She will enjoy the usual hobbies, and may ask the player for bugs or fish that she finds cute or has read about in Ms. Nintendique, an unseen magazine read by snooty and peppy villagers in . She will easily get upset, but due to a short attention span she will forget ever having the conversation. Like all peppy villagers, she dreams of becoming famous in the future. She will get on well with normal, lazy, and other peppy villagers, but may annoy snooty and cranky villagers with her upbeat personality.
Anabelle appears in the Wii U Animal Crossing installment once again as a villager. Anabelle appears as peppy as in previous titles, though now has a love of music. She often speaks about playing steel drums or the ukelele, despite neither appearing in her actual house.