Training Phantoms

Hey Jammers! Sorry for yet another late post. I was gone out for quite some time, but I’m glad to be back again.

 

Jam Mart Furniture


A new cute wall!
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Aww! Phantoms seem so futuristic haha. Must be based on this:
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Diamond Shop


Next leaving from the set of the Rainbow Armour is this necklace:

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Videos


Head to Brady Barr’s and watch this video:
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Apparently dogs has more a complex brain to comprehend more things, but, as Brady Barr said, it is possible to train frogs and crocs.

In Tierney Thys’, this video is leaving:
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Get ready for that number!

 

Wild Wednesday


 

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Name: Spoon-billed Sandpiper

Scientific Name: Calidris pygmaea

Conservation Status: Critically Endangered

Habitat: Coastal tundra in the breeding season, migrating to south-east Asia in winter months.

Diet: Larval, invertebrates such as mosquitoes, flies, beetles, and spiders. The also eat grass seeds and berries. In winter, they eat marine invertebrates including polychaete worms and shrimp.

Fun Facts:

  • Their average growth length is 14 to 16 cm long.
  • They weigh up to 40 grams.
  • They own a black spatulate bill, which is why they are named ‘spoon-billed’.
  • When courting, they perform flights as they circle their territories, creating repeated trill alternating with bursts of rapid wingbeats
  • They are endangered due to hunting and habitat loss.

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Alright, Jammers, that’s all for now!
Jam on!

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