Critter of the Week: Archaeopteryx

Meet Tango. This bird likes to party, and loves being the center of attention even more!

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Tango is a pretty good example of when you should check with your neighbors before you choose your pet.  Of course, if you live out in the sticks like I do, then it doesn’t matter so long as you don’t mind going deaf.

Ok, ok, I exaggerate.  But really, unless you like a whole lot of this going on, I’d reconsider a quieter critter.

 

Making progress…

I’ve got profile pictures for all the critters on the critter page!  (I’m super super excited, because that’s the most obvious sign of my progress so far 😄 )

Speaking of profile pics, notice how Tango got a shiny updated one? (hint hint, nod nod)

Now I’m starting on their official character pages.  You can go to the critter page and click on Tango (or if you’re lazy, just click here 😛 )  It’s pretty basic, and not very shiny yet, but hey, it’s a start. 🙂

I also got Tango’s card done.  One more dinosaur to complete the series, and I’ll open up the official sign up for Postcards From the Shop!

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Coming Next Week…

This guy will chase after anything that moves, or smells good… 😉

Share your guess in the comments! He’s one of the critters over on the critter page. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Critter of the Week: Archaeopteryx

  1. Ooh, I like the shiny new character page! Good way to get a bird’s eye view (pun not intended) of the dino. ^^ Compared to a modern bird, how hard do you think it would be to take care of Tango?

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    1. Hi there Brownie! 😀 Thank you, I’m quite flattered that you say it’s shiny, because this is the bare bones basics I could come up with quickly. I’m glad you like it so much. 🙂

      Hmm…Tango is not all that smart, and the only really special thing is his diet of bugs and small critters (like mice).

      He’s not exactly beginner level, but lots of people keep parrots, and they’re not beginner level either.

      Parrot sounds about right. 🙂 Or turkey. Harder than keeping a chicken, but easier than keeping an aggressive goose.

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