Did you know? - Archosaurs





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Archosaur-06 Looking for the next Animal Jam Archosaur? Parasaurolophus eggs will arrive as the next Super Box at the end of this week! In preparation for their arrival, check out these fun facts about these adorable herbivores and our previous Archosaurs!

Did you know? Paleontologists use NEW LATIN words to create names for archosaurs, and lots of other creatures and animals!

New Latin evolved from Classical Latin, and in the late 1800s, a lot of scientists and scholars used it to name things!

If we translate the New Latin bit by bit, we can learn how archosaurs got their names!

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Happy Lucky Day 2023!

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Jamaa’s springiest celebration, Lucky Day is here! Check out all of Jamaa’s shops to find your favorite lucky items and accessories before they’re gone! Call out below your the your prime Lucky Day accessories or den items!

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You're Invited - Lucky Day AJHQ and Jambassadors event!

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Tomorrow is your Lucky Day! Celebrate with AJHQ and the Jambassadors by joining our Garden Party event in Animal Jam and Animal Jam Classic!

Event details: Friday 17th March at 4pm MST / 5pm CST / 6pm EST / 11pm GMT. Come dressed for a Lucky Day Garden theme - vegetables, fruits, plants, general greenery!

Den hosts are subject to change so we recommend trying a few dens: AJHQ Animalloverjammer Cherryfizz L30ra Maxximum Pinkrhino24 Qw072 Snowyclaw Wisteriamoon

As usual, dens will be unlocked at the start time (we will lock and unlock throughout the event to allow for opportunities for all to join). Parties last for one hour or for as long as the host wishes to continue.

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Pi Day Trivia!

Trivia Tuesday • piday • SQ DE Are you ready for some Pi…we mean Pi Trivia!

What is the final digit of pi? A) 3 B) 1 C) 4 D) It can’t be calculated!

In mathematics, pi is known as: A) A rational number B) An irrational number C) A visible number D) An invisible number

Instead of pi, some mathematicians like using tau. A) Tau = the square root of 2 B) Tau = e C) Tau = 2π D) Tau doesn’t exist!

Check back next week for answers!

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