Hi! I’m really glad it’s Wednesday! Why? IT’S WILD WEDNESDAY! I love animals!
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Let’s go with the Daily Explorer first:
JAMMER ART – Bubble Trouble
Hooray for Gorgeous Cleverpride, Mighty Braveninja,Awesome Shypaw, Eternal Windyanimal, and Blossom Frozenlily for being highlighted in this weeks JAMMER ART!
We can tell that you have been having fun with the new BUBBLE TROUBLE ocean adventure! Keep an eye out for new levels of difficulty being introduced soon!
Did you know that more than half of all life on earth lives in the ocean! The oceans also contain 99% of the living space on planet! Another shocking fact is that only one-tenth of that space has been explored!
What’s your favorite thing about the ocean?
They look fin-tastic!
Remember the ‘Comment’ in the Daily Explorer on http://dailyexplorer.animaljam.com/?p=1301#more-1301? Here are some comments! All from ‘Jammer’-s! Oh, I see your name there, ~✿biamorawesome✿~!
I wanted to comment, but I wasn’t sure about the ‘Log In’ part. Oh well. Maybe AJHQ asked for some feedback! That we all can see!
A small break from soccer, is it?
Royal Cape (Jam Mart Clothing- 9 More Days)
Ninja Mask (Jam Mart Clothing- 10 More Days)
It’s the first! Give a round of applause to the first Wild Wednesday!
(Picture from: http://ufohunterorguk.com/2013/10/15/london-zoos-newborn-sumatran-tiger-cub-dies/)
THE SUMATRAN TIGER
The name shouts it all. This tiger is originated in Sumatra, Indonesia and is critically endangered. Only less than 400 Sumatran tigers roam the land. Their habitats includes lowland forests, mountain forests, evergreens, swamps and tropical rainforest. Some of the tiger’s prey are the Great Argus Pheasant, Pigtail Macaque, porcupine, Malay tapir, wild pig, Greater and Lesser mouse-deer, muntjac and Sambar deer.
A group of tigers are called a streak. Tigers enjoy the shade, and even steep slopes. Sumatran tigers, though, avoid humans. Tigers tend to stay near water supply. Guess what? Sumatran tigers can swim! Not only to swim, Sumatran tigers are agile, fast and their tail offers balance. Tigers have round pupils and yellow irises to allow them to see well at night when they hunt. The whiskers allows the to sense and feel things really well. These tigers mark their territory with scratch marks or their waste. Their toe pads have plenty of hair on it, covering up the noises when they stalk their enemies. The claws are sharp, easy to grip on things and they are retractable!
The Sumatran tigers decrease in number due to a few reasons. Some of them are illegal poaching, deforestation and hunting activities (really bad and animal-killing sport).
There are simple ways to help these tigers. Don’t ever buy live animal products like tiger-skin rug or ivory from an elephant’s tusk. The more people buys them, the more support they get and they’ll poach some more. Try contacting to an animal reserve like WWF or National Geographic and donate. Even a dollar helps! Or some other currency. Lastly, try to follow the three R- reuse, reduce, recycle. Try to use less paper, try to replant trees. Those forests are the the habitats of our limited Sumatran tigers.