AJ TIP – Pet Eagles


Have you been wanting another high flying pet to explore Jamaa’s sky-scapes? Hatch yourself a new pet eagle from the Diamond Store.

Eagle parents share parental duties including time on the nest until the eggs hatch. One of the parents is almost always with the nest. The eggs need to be protected from squirrels, other birds, and the weather. Once the eggs hatch, parents will move around the nest with talons in tight balls to keep from giving their eaglets an accidental poke!

The eaglets grow very fast. They gain about a pound a week! Within three weeks they are one foot tall and their beaks and feet are nearly adult sized. They start flying soon after.

JAMMER ART – Bunnies!


Congratulations to Prince Toughclaw, Precious Fastcheetah, Jumping Happyfox, Empress Magicstar, and Miss Arcticwolf!! They all receive Artist Plaques for their dens.

Did you know that a female rabbit is called a doe and male is a buck? What other animals are called does and bucks? Something even more fun to know is a young rabbit is called a kit or kitten. And of course we know that a baby rabbit is called a bunny!

Rabbits can be trained to live indoors and are said to have the disposition and behaviors of a cat. The rabbit is the 3rd most popular pet in the UK, and it’s estimated that as many a 2 million rabbits are kept as pets in the US.

More than half of the world’s rabbits live in North America and can live up to ten years.

Do you have a rabbit in Jamaa?



SEAHORSE PETS are now available for ALL JAMMERS!! Head to FLIPPERS ‘N FINS in Crystal Reef to get your own PET SEA HORSE today!

Seahorses are masters of camouflage and can change their color within seconds to match their surroundings. They also have excellent vision, and their eyes can move independently. It seems like they’re more of a sea chameleon than a horse!!

Sea horses mate for life, and it’s the father that carries the eggs. Baby seahorses, called fry, will eat up to 3000 pieces of food a day for the first couple weeks of life.

What’s your favorite thing about seahorses?