Every November animals all over the island begin to spot the illusive Thankfowls. While they don’t migrate much, they are most often seen in the later half of the month for reasons unknown. They gobble about, thanking the other island inhabitants for their little niceties and grand gestures alike. The presence of Thankfowl is always welcome, yet they seem to disappear quite swiftly once December rolls around.
Tough as stone and as sweet as a lolly, Rock Candy Rhinos lumber across their favorite grazing areas, bringing a spectacular array of color to all that spot these giant nomads. Their protective thick skin allows them to survive in harsh climates, but their gentle and sweet nature makes them loved by all the young island animals.
Hand Stuffin Puffin a muffin and you’ll make a lifelong friend. Their brightly brandished beaks are capable of breaking through the thickest crusts and crispiest confections. Stuffin Puffins are known to pack their bills with an amalgamation of different foods to be mixed up and digested as a delicious snack!
Gummy Bears are silly, bouncy, animals whose sweet personalities are mirrored with their vibrantly colored coats. They love to stick together in packs, making it hard to have just a small handful of fun at a time. With so many flavors of personality, it’s hard to not find a Gummy Bear who will become your favorite friend.
Peppermint Plattys are playful friends both on land and in water, preferring to swim in rivers, and come up on land for a breath of fresh air. They take such incredible care of their unique bills that it’s difficult to find one that’s not in mint condition. Peppermint Plattys enjoy lobbing candies at unsuspecting animals, so make sure to duck and cover!