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It is another glorious Rare Item Monday in Jamaa! We offer you this Rare Nautilus Necklace to wear during your ocean adventures.
The nautilus is a sometimes referred to as a living fossil because they have survived for millions of years with little evolution. The nautilus looks a little like a cuttle fish that lives in a shell, except with many more tentacles. The nautilus can have up to 90 tentacles!
Nautili also have unique, multi-chambered shells that they use to help them dive and rise through distances of up to 800 feet (244 m). There are few animals that are able to withstand the intense pressure changes of going from the shallows to the deeps of the ocean.
Cool! Look at the rock!
Rock: -Ascends, ascends, ascends, ascends, descends, descends, descends, descends-
From all the similar questions, AJHQ only answer this one… They didn’t even really reply. Ever tried reading my comment above, Jammers?
That picture is so adorable!
A gift for those in the Southern Hemisphere!
July 20, 2014 at 5:02 am
Context clues, every Jammer! What does it mean? “A gift for Southern Hemisphere”? Go figure.
Everyone keep saying the Jamaaliday in July is a coincidence, weird, crazy, they are even feeling angry, some happy for the party and maybe the items, and mostly elated and confused, and someone stole my answer!
To answer EVERYBODY’S question, it is winter in the southern hemisphere! Its as weird is us having Jamaalidays in their July!
July 20, 2014 at 2:15 pm
At least someone reads previous comments! The Jammer still thinks it’s weird, so it’s definitely identified that this Jammer copied answers! I mean, I know there’s Summer in the Southern Hemisphere because I learned about hemispheres. That’s pretty much why… I don’t find it weird. Do you?
Someone thought it was a glitch:
Seriously? I try to force a laugh and it becomes a strangled voice. That’s no glitch, boxy, that’s reality that Winter’s still on Earth! Did you know Boxy was an eraser brand?
Behold! The underwater Monday Rare!
Rare Nautilus Necklace.
I will give this as an offering to Tavie if I could…
Chapter 6- Peck
Part 2- Phantom Art
…a Phantom was there! Peck immediately jumped out, yelling, “Yaaaahhhh!” She threw the knife at the Phantom. The phantom’s eyes grew big and it dissolved into darkness. Peck picked up her sword, covered in Phantom Goop. “Cool! Phantom collectibles!”
“You’re not keeping that… Especially when I’M here,” said a stern voice. Peck almost thought she heard laughing.
Peck turned around. “Okay, mom. Then why can Clover keep some?”
“She have a different mother. Your mother cares for you not to be attacked by Phantoms!” said Peck’s mom.
Peck sighed. “Mom, can I go exploring with Clover tomorrow?”
“Sure. Just don’t go to the uncharted Bunny Lands.”
Peck sighed. The uncharted Bunny Lands are lands unknown to bunnies. The only land known to the bunnies is a small land. That’s all! Bunnies just don’t do exploring.
“Alright, mom,” Peck said. Behind her back, she had her paw fingers crossed.
Clover hopped ahead of Peck. “Mom just made me this new skirt for me. What do you think?” asked Clover.
“A bit too girly,” said Peck, hopping.
“Dad carved my little brother a Rocking Horse,” said Clover.
“I’d like a Rocking Tiger. Or a Rocking Rhinoceros. A Rocking Rhinoceros would be cool! I mean, the cool pointy horn!” Peck’s voice was loud.
Clover picked a wildflower. “That’d be great. I’d love it too. I like the shade of grey,” stated Clover. She tucked the flower above her ear.
The forest was silent. “Whoooo…”
“Did you say that, Peck?”
“No,” said Peck.
“I-is it m-me or t-this f-forest knows we’re here?” stuttered a terrified Clover.
“I don’t know! I’d love to find out!” exclaimed Peck.
“P-Peck. You think it’s s-safe?”
Peck laughed. “It’s nothing, Clover. Do you want to be as cowardly as your cousin, Pumpkin?”
“No.” Clover sounds determined.
Then, a phantom buzzed from the bushes. Peck and Clover gave a little yelp, but managed to cage the phantom. “This cage is dull,” muttered Peck. She pulled out the brush and a few colours she brought everywhere. She started applying ultramarine paint onto the cage. She then painted lightning-like effects on the cage. Peck captured a thunderstorm perfectly.
Clover look a few leaves and, with Peck, coloured them grey. Clover entwined vines and sticks through the holes of the cage and the leaves. “Perfect!” Clover exclaimed.
Peck and Clover stood backwards. The leaves were like the clouds. The blue sky. The lightning.
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