Monday, November 11, 2013

Kimbara Outback – Journey Book Hints

Hey animals! I know it's a bit late for this, but since I haven't posted Journey Book hints for some time now, I thought I might post some hints on the newest book: Kimbara Outback.

HINT: Take note of the bolded words.
  1. Cassowary: Cassowaries can be spotted in grasslands and savannas.
  2. Galah: Galahs are birds of flight, but still have to rest after flying for so long.
  3. Sugar Glider: Sugar gliders are mammals that, as their name says, can glide, and leap from places to places that are far apart. Much like a flying squirrel. 
  4. Tiger snake: Like most snakes, tiger snakes keep close to the ground and while venomous, need to hide (behind things) from predators as well.
  5. Trapdoor spider: Trapdoor spiders build webs over holes in the ground to catch prey.
  6. Kookaburra: This type of bird is known for the unique sound it makes, which sounds like it's saying "KOOKABURRA!". In animal jam, it is very elusive and is found on top of only one hut in Jamaa. 
  7. Platypus: Platypuses are one of the two mammals that lay eggs. Yes, one of TWO mammals! The other being the Echidna. The platypus is native to Australia, and while awkward on land, has flippers allowing it to swim skillfully. 
  8. Echidna: The echidna, also known as the spiny anteater, catches ants and termites with it's long nose from insect mounds.
  9. Blue penguin: Blue penguins are, as the name says, blue penguins. They are one of the smallest penguins in the world, reaching only 12 inches tall! They can be found in temperate climates of Australia, but still like to take a dip in water from time to time. 
  10. Lyrebird: Lyrebirds are mainly known for their ability to mimic other animals. They can be found in the trees of Kimbara Outback.
  11. Frilled Lizard: Frilled lizards can run upright on their hind legs. Kimbara Outback is rather hot, so they like to stay in the shade.
I hope this helps you! :) If your friends are stuck too, you can tell them about this. 

Have a great day!

–Countess Rainyflower

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