5 Animal Jam Things You Didn’t Know Existed

Hello, and welcome back to another post on Animal Jam Pixel Press. Now, Animal Jam is an old game. A few weeks ago it turned 6 years old. In that time, there might be some things that you didn’t know about, or simply forgot. Today we’re going to take a look at the top 5 things you didn’t know existed in Animal Jam. Just before we start I want to quickly point out, this list is completely based off of opinion, and I don’t actually have a way of knowing if you knew these or not. That would be creepy. Anyway, let’s get started.


There are currently six main Alphas who star in Adventures. Liza the panda, Cosmo the koala, Sir Gilbert the tiger, Greely the wolf, Tavie the dolphin, and Graham the monkey. However, every new animal gets it’s own Alpha. But there are so many animals in the game, there’s too many Alphas for the adventures. A lot of these animals can’t be given the proper recognition. I almost feel bad for them.


Do you remember playing the underwater adventure Turning the Tide? More specifically, do you remember the part where you free that huge squad of dolphins? Well, they actually have a name.

They are properly known as the Bottlenose Brigade, and it turns out that those dolphins are actually an organized army with the goal of defeating the Phantoms.



The Cruise Ship Party has a lot of interesting things added into it. Let’s take a look at all of them.

I’ll start out with the obvious one. If you walk to the very front of the ship, you can see some dolphins. While this may not come as a surprise, these dolphins are actually more animated and shadowed than the actual dolphins used by players.

The next thing I noticed is in the clouds. If you look carefully, you can notice a Phantom, a rabbit, and a wolf shaped into them. I don’t think this is a rare coincidence, maybe just an easter egg added by one of the developers.

And the last thing I noticed is the name of the ship. “The AJS Mola Mola”. It sounded like a weird name, so I looked it up. It turns out that the name “Mola Mola” is actually a reference to the Ocean Sunfish.

Who knew that such a simple party could contain something so deep? Not me, that’s for sure.


There was once an achievement called “Herbology Expert”. It existed in the beta and was earned by reading all the plant facts around Jamaa. It is currently unobtainable.


Did you know there is actually a secret room in Animal Jam called the Basement of Secrets?

Basement-of-Secrets Full-GUI

You can get in by clicking on a specific spot on the World Map.


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