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By Billybob on April 21, 2011 - 04:36 | Comments (2,739)
Hello Penguins! 
  
We've seen a bunch of Snow Leopard and Painted Dog Costumes around the island. So that must mean that the Earth Day Party is on now! We love seeing so many of you excited about protecting the Earth. You guys are inspiring. 
  
Happy77 grabbed a screenshot of the action: 
  
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What do you think of the party so far? Did you like the Easter surprise? We can't wait to hear what your favorite part is, so let us know your thoughts in the comments. 
  
Until then... Waddle On!
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By Billybob on April 16, 2011 - 21:30 | Comments (633)
Hello Penguins!

Last week we mentioned that we'll be celebrating animals this Earth Day, and asked about your favorite animals. There were a lot of unique and interesting animal choices in the comments, from bats to wolves to... unicorns? Thanks for everyone's participation!

Here's an interesting choice from Deception1:

My favorite animal of all time is a manatee. I love how they're so gentle, and they look so cuddly! Manatees are very sweet, and I would love to meet one! Manatees are nicknamed "sea-cows", because they are vegetarians, and eat lots of grass and sea-plants. In my dreams, I don't ride on backs of dolphins, I ride on magnificant manatees, decked out in gold and jewels!

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For this week's Reviewed by You, we want to hear about your Earth Day plans. Are you doing something to help protect the environment next week? Let us know what you're planning to do in the comments!

Write your review as a short comment (50-75 words, please!) We'll pick one comment to feature in next week's Reviewed By You. If your review is featured next week, we'll add 10,000 coins to your account. Don't forget to use your penguin name so we can add the coins! 

Until then... Waddle on! 

-Club Penguin Team
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By Happy77 on April 15, 2011 - 11:00 | Comments (88)
Greetings Penguins!

Happy77 here. Thanks for sending all those great questions last week. I picked a few of them and asked a puffle expert for some tips and tricks on how to care for your pets. 

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Here's what they had to say:

Luky131 asked: "What can I do for my puffles not to runaway?"
Keep them happy! Puffles love snacks, being brushed, going for walks and playing games! Puffles don't run away quite so easily since the updates back in March. 

Sonic946 asked: "Hi ! I¹d like to know one thing: why can't puffles use all of the puffle toys? For example, the blue puffle using the rocket or the yellow puffle using the ball."
Just like you've probably got favorite toys, puffles do, too. If you have suggestions for NEW puffle toys, please let us know!

Alex asked: "How do you know food puffles like the most? There are so many that I get confused. What puffle likes what food? What do I click on?"
You'll never know what your puffle likes until you try to feed it. Watch its facial expressions. Puffles will jump up and down in excitement if they like the food you're giving them.

Lyfi45 asked: "Why is black puffle always in a bad mood?"
I happen to have a soft spot for grumpy creatures - I've got a few black puffles but they aren't even really that grumpy. They're just really intense. Mine definitely smiles when he's got his skateboard.

Canza1 asked: "Why can't all puffles swim?"
For the same reason we don't all love eating artichokes, cleaning our rooms, or doing push-ups. They all like to do different things.

Hope that answers some of your questions. If you need any other tips, let me know in the comments. :)

Until then... Waddle On!

-Club Penguin Team
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By Screenhog on April 13, 2011 - 10:08 | Comments (35)
Hi everyone! Screenhog here, with part two of puffle origins. This time, let's talk about the purple, red, and yellow puffles. 

In 2006, the purple puffle was the fifth puffle type to be discovered. The first penguin known to have a purple puffle was Aunt Arctic, but one day, she lost it. She turned to the Penguin Secret Agency for help, and the purple puffle was found. Soon after, other purple puffles populated the Pet Shop. (Say that three times fast.)

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The red puffle came soon after, and was brought by Rockhopper as a special Christmas gift. Red puffles are native to Rockhopper Island, and only arrived on Club Penguin after hitching a ride on Rockhopper's ship!

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The next puffle was the yellow puffle in November 2007. Yellow puffles, who love anything artistic, kept themselves hidden for years. But when penguins started to build a Stage, they were too curious to stay away any longer. 

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That's all for now! Next time, it's the stories of the last three puffle colors!

-Club Penguin Team
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By Billybob on April 8, 2011 - 19:42 | Comments (434)
Hello Penguins! 

In last week's Reviewed by You, we asked what your favorite room was at the April Fool's Party. Many of you said that you liked the Stair Dimension. Here's why Arctic293 liked that room best:

Hmm... that's a tough one. Well, I'd have to say the Stair Dimension, because it is fun and my penguin gets to walk upside down and dance upside down as well!! waddle on cp!!

Waddle on, Arctic293! Thanks for your comments!

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This week we'd like to talk about animals. During the upcoming Earth Day Party, we'll be celebrating animals and their natural habitats. We want to help protect the environment and endangered animals like the Snow Leopard. 

So we want to know... What is your favorite animal, and what do you like best about it?

Write your review as a short comment (50-75 words, please!) We'll pick one comment to feature in next week's Reviewed By You. If your review is featured next week, we'll add 10,000 coins to your account. Don't forget to use your penguin name so we can add the coins! 

Until then... Waddle on! 

-Club Penguin Team

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