Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Animal Missions .. all you need to know

We are only able to post to save an animal twice a day.
There is a restriction of 10 people you can help per day.
There is no restriction on the amount of people who can collect
the bonus when a mission animal is saved- good way to get more money.



A golden heart icon down where the store and storage and gift and then missions and trophy icons are
We need to get 10 helping hands to save ....
in return for helping save the animals the first 10 people
to click will get a money or mushroom reward and the animal when it is saved.
If however the poster does not get 10 clicks they will still get a mushroom or money reward.

Mission Stages
Easy -Tea Cup Pig, Mountain Goat and Humpback Whale
Medium - Great White Shark, Bespectacled Bear, South China Tiger
Hard - Livingston Chichild and Golden Lion Tamarin

Bronze(5), Silver(10) and Gold(40) Levels Platinum and Admantium


The humpback whale -

Facts:
1. The courtship ritual of the humpback whale occurs during the winter.
2. When humpback whales come up to the surface to blow out water through their blowholes, the water can rise up to 13 feet above the water's surface.
3. The mother humpback whale and her young will swim close together and often touch each others flippers to show affection.

and a Mountain goat...

Facts:
1. Mountain goats are not true goats, but they are close relatives. They are more properly known as goat-antelopes.
2. Mountain goats have cloven hooves with two toes that spread wide to improve balance. Rough pads on the bottom of each toe provides excellent grip.
3. Mountain goats are powerful but nimble and can jump nearly 12 feet in a single leap.

a Bespectacled bear

Facts:
1. The Bespectacled Bear is South Africa's only bear.
2. The markings on the Bespectacled Bear's face, neck, and chest are unique, like a human's fingerprints.
3. The Bespectacled Bear is very shy and prefers to live high in the cloud forests of the Andes, reaching heights of up to 14,000 feet.

South China Tiger

Facts:
1. The population of the South China Tiger is estimated to not exceed two or three dozen.
2. The South China Tiger is known for their patience and love for hunting.
3. The South China Tiger's stripes are slightly different than other tigers as they are a bit thinner and more spaced along the body.

Great White Shark

Facts:
1. Great White Sharks can detect blood up to 3 miles away.
2. Great White Sharks have powerful tails that can propel them up to 15 mph.
3. Great White Sharks are the largest predatory fish on Earth, measuring up to 15 feet in length

A tea cup Pig

Facts:
1. The TeaCup Pig is also often called a "micro pig" or "miniature pig."
2. TeaCup Pigs are about a fifth of the size of ordinary pigs.
3. TeaCup Pigs have a lifespan of 15-20 years.


Not Yet Released!

Golden Lion Tamarin

Facts:
1. A group of Golden Lion Tamarins is called a "troop."
2. The Golden Lion Tamarin is named so for its striking orange mane.
3. The Golden Lion Tamarin lives primarily in the trees and their long fingers help them travel from branch to branch.

Livingston's Chichlid

Facts:
1. The Livingston's Chichlid will play dead to lure fish to hunt.
2. One Livingston's Chichlid male maintains territory over several females.
3. The Livingston's Chichlid can grow up to 8 inches in length.
Have fun peeps..

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