Want to find a FOUR-LEAF CLOVER of your own? Follow this easy step!
First, find a patch of clover. You don’t need to look at every single clover. Your eyes will naturally go to the odd one out.
Most clover patches grow from a single plant. If you’ve found one four-leaf clover, you’re likely to find more in the same patch. How’s that for lucky? Let us know when you find one!!
Thanks to Lucky Arcticwolf, Little Speedyjammer, Queen Spiritstar, Princess Glamgirl and Snow Leopard for sending in their Jammer art!
Watch this Creature Feature video with Brady Barr as he gets a glimpse of the rare Asian Elephant herd.
Don’t confuse Asian and African Elephants. Here’s a couple of tips to help you spot the difference. African have a single dome on the top of a round head. Asian Elephants have two domes with a little dip in the middle. Asian Elephants also have an extra toe!
Both species have very similar social systems. They live in male and female herds. The female herd is led by the oldest female and is made up of her daughters, sisters and their children. The Male herd tends to be made up of bachelors. As they grow up they tend to live by themselves but still keep an eye on neighboring herds and help to fend off trouble.
Do you have an elephant in Jamaa?
Let your flags fly! May we present to you for Rare Item Monday this Rare Black and Red Flag?
Flags were invented by Egyptians in 1000 BC. They were made of painted wood or metal used to identify troops or clans at a distance.
There’s even a way of communicating with flags called ‘semaphore’ (sem-a-for). A special flag is held in each hand and different positions of the arms indicate a letter of the alphabet. This was an especially effective way to share messages between ships.