Yang has been known to represent many different things. Some believe he is a symbol of the sun, light, activity, or masculinity. He can usually be found running through the Forest, looking for others to play with. As part of the Yin and Yang duo, this animal thrives when in proximity to his best friend, Yin.
As the cold winter season comes to a close, the Spring Equifox arrives to take the reigns from its frozen sibling and leads the way into spring. The Spring Equifox signifies the spring equinox and the transition to the spring season, but once the heat gets too great, the summer sibling will step in.
With their massive arms and a playful nature, Orangubangs are some of the island’s noisiest neighbours. slamming their fists to the ground, Orangubangs keep a constant beat that booms through the Forest. While a hit at parties, their concussive beats are less appreciated late at night.
The rarest of all octopuses, the Opal Octopus is a sight to behold! This amazing animal has beauty in spades, and the intelligence to match. It wears its emotions on its sleeves, almost literally! A very colorful rainbow display implies that it is happy and looking for new friends!
If you happen to see a red streak flying through the sky, it’s probably the Cupid Sparrow. This beautiful bird soars far about the forest looking for those in need of love. Cupid Sparrows love to play matchmaker, finding great joy in bringing two lovers together!
With the fall season comes the Cornucobra, a happy little serpent that loves collecting all that the great harvest to offer. You will often find the Cornucobra slitherng around with a tight grip on all the delicious crops it has collected. Be careful not to take any of its spoils without asking! A simple please and thank you will do wonders when interacting with this seasonal.
Very friendly, but with an occasional eruption, the Magmonkey tries to keep is volatile emotions in check. It likes the warmth of lava or fire and can often be found spending quality time with active volcanoes. The Magmonkey is hot to the touch, but it can also catch fire on the dance floor as this funky monkey really loves to dance!
The Striped Skunk proudly parades around the forest displaying its vivid stripes for all to see. Holding its tail up high, the Striped Skunk can easily be seen amongst the underbrush of the forest floor. This animal loves to travel with its best friend, the Star Fish.