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?
Welcome the newest member of the Animal Jam adventure team, THE EAGLE.
The North American Bald Eagle is a bird of prey and sometimes called a Sea Eagle. The Eagle can have a wing span of up to 8 feet. That is probably taller than your dad!
Start a new adventure with an Eagle and let us know what new places you discover.
The Bactrian (bak-tree-uhn) Camel has two humps, unlike it’s cousin the Dromedary (drom-i-der-ee).
When the Bactrian gets very thirsty it can drink 30 gallons of water in 13 minutes!
Learn more about camels in the Camel Creature Feature at National Geographic Kids or check out this Ask Brady video about Arabian Camels.