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?
Are you ready for March’s LUCKY CELEBRATIONS? Check the party schedule for the next Luck event. Even host your own Lucky Party in your den and decorate it with all of your green or lucky items.
Some of our favorite luck charms are the LADYBUG (obviously), FOUR-LEAF CLOVERS, and RAINBOWS. If you happen to accidentally walk under a ladder, keep your fingers crossed until you see a dog. This is a folklore belief that will keep the bad luck from sticking to you. This is where we get the expression and the action of keeping fingers crossed for good luck.
Congratulations to Monster Muddyfox, Gorgeous Arcticwolf, Gorgeous Arcticcloud, Daredevil Magiccloud, and Speedy Wolf for earning Artist Plaques for their dens.
What does it mean to you to be lucky?
Watch Brady Barr as he tries to ‘interview’ a BABY WHITE RHINOCEROS in the video above.
In case you’re wondering a group of rhinos is called a ‘CRASH,’ World Rhino Day is September 22, and one last fact, the rhino’s horn is made of keratin, which is the same substance that creates our hair and fingernails.
There are only about 5000 rhinos, about twice the number of kids in your school, remaining in Africa. The good news is that that’s double the number that existed just 20 years ago!! Rhino’s are definitely making a comeback!
Do you have a Rhino in Jamma? Maybe we can all explore with our Rhinos today?