News Crew

Jammer Snaps Winner & News Crew

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Today at Animal Jam HQ we are thankful for many things. We are especially thankful for all the Jammers who submit  to the newly created Jammer Snaps.

Our winners this week are Blossom Wingedbuddy, Princess Berryfly, Explorer Cottonmoon, Sparkle Speedycheetah, and Duchess Vonilily!WolfJulia_Blossom_Wingedbuddy_9 1lady1bug1girl_Princess_Berryfly_2 critter131_Explorer_Cottonmoon_3 jill127_Sparkle_Speedycheetah_1 wolffeycat_Duchess_Vonilily_10

 

Guess what else we are thankful for? You guessed it – the upcoming Jamaalidays!

We’re so thankful we want to include it in the LATEST News Crew topic! So, Jammers, interview your friends to find out what they would most like to see as a Jamaaliday gift this year in Animal Jam.

News Crew entries are due by Sunday, Dec. 8. Submit your entries through Jammer Central in Jamaa Township, and remember to follow the News Crew Submission Rules: any article that is inappropriate, is over 250 words long, or doesn’t have a screenshot cannot be considered for the News Crew.

Happy reporting, Jammers!


News Crew and Jammer Snaps

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Jamaa always has awesome adventures. Today we want to recognize the winner of our previous News Crew contest and give you an all new Jammer Snaps assignment!

Fast and Slow News Crew Article:

Last week we asked Jammers to dig up news on Fast and Slow animals. Players responded by sending in tons of epic articles. It was hard to choose from the many submissions, but we were finally able to choose a winner—ArcticWolf!

Check out what they had to say:

Fast and slow animals, where to start!? Well, you can find these animals just about anywhere! From the snail in your garden to a cheetah in the zoo these animals are everywhere! There are many amazing facts about these interesting animals.
Did you know that the Slow Loris is indeed slow as its name suggests? They are also venomous but extremely slow! They move very slowly like a snail or a turtle! However, Springboks like the spring in their name are very fast! They can make long jumps or sharp turns as they run! They can reach to the speed of 100 km/h!
The question is how and why do these animals move fast or slow? Well the answer is in how their bodies are designed. Animals like the cheetah are meant to be fast so they can chase after prey, which is their food so they can eat. Yet some animals like the sloth are slow, but patience is good. They save energy by not moving around as much.
I interviewed Lucky ArcticLeopard and he said that he likes the faster life like a cheetah! My opinion is the more relaxed life like a panda! Whether you like a faster paced or slower laid back life, we can all relate to fast and slow animals!
There you have it jammers! Facts and thoughts on fast and slow animals! What is your opinion? What is your favourite fact? Jam on and have a great time in animal jam!

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New Jammer Snaps Assignment—Circle of Thanks:

It’s time for another Jammer Snaps! In honor of Jamaa’s FEAST of THANKS, we invite you to form a Thankful Circle. A Thankful Circle is when players form a circle and tell each other what it is that they are grateful for. Remember to give everyone a chance to give thanks and take lots of screenshots while doing it.

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All Jammer Snap entries are due by Sunday, November 24th. Remember to submit your entries through Jammer Central in Jamaa Township.

Good luck!


News Crew Due – Fast or Slow

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All Fast or Slow entries are due by the end of today, November 10th. We hope you have enjoyed learning from your friends about the different fast and slow traits that make animals so unique!

If you still have an entry you need to submit, make sure to do it before the midnight deadline. Submit your entries through Jammer Central in Jamaa Township, and remember to follow the News Crew Submission Rules: any article that is inappropriate, is over 250 words long, or doesn’t have a screenshot cannot be considered for the News Crew.
Good luck – we can’t wait to read your epic entries!