This is the end, my backer friends
Today's Fact: The backers for this project have been amazing.
Books have been sent, drawings have been drawn, and amazing pictures of the book in action have been... Read more
The books have been printed! Rewards are going out!
Today's Fact: There 900 known species of Tardigrades and they can be found on a mountain in the Himalayas and at the bottom of the ocean. They probably have a lot... Read more
The stickers and coloring books have been printed. And they look great!
Today's Fact: A group of raccoons is called a gaze (PAWS.) It might be time to start thinking about a second volume.
We've seen the stickers and the coloring books!... Read more
Laboring like Moles: Proofs arrived! And fill out your surveys.
Today's Fact: Moles can dig up to 20 meters (about 65 feet) of tunnels a day. Productivity is their middle name! (BBC Nature)
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Busy as a bee: The files are off to the printer! PDFs are off to you!
Today's Fact: A single beehive can produce more than 100 pounds of extra honey. Overachievers. (Ontario Honey)
You've got mail
Everyone should have a message from Kickstarter in their inbox... Read more
Thank You! And I'm sure you're wondering what's next.
Today’s Fact: Rhinoceros use poop to mark their territory and leave messages to each other. I’m still laughing about this fact. (Save the Rhino)
158 Backers, 225% Funded, 1 Immense... Read more
8 hours to go and we hit our second stretch goal!
Today's Fact: Sloths sleep for around 15 hours per day (World Wildlife Fund). They have permanent bed head.
Sometime last night (while we were sleeping like a bed of sloths),... Read more
Over 100 backers! Less than 5 days left!
Today’s Animal Fact: Otters hold hands. That’s it. (National Wildlife Federation Kids)
We’re in the final week.
It’s the final stretch! The road home! Nomencreatures’ Kickstarter closes at 5pm EST... Read more
16 days to go and we've gotten our first stretch goal!
Today's Fact: Lemurs get in “stink” fights where they make their tails extra smelly and shake them at each other (World Wildlife Fund.) They also think the moon landing didn’t... Read more
We've set up two stretch goals - and we've almost hit the first one already!
Today's Fact: Ducks can see nearly 340 degrees. That means they are excellent for reconnaissance missions and spy work. (Ducks Unlimited)
Stretch Goal Time!
Now that we're fully backed (thank you... Read more
118%! You did it!
I was all set to make my next update next week, but you eager beavers just can't let me rest on my laurels.
Today's Fact: In the 16th century, the... Read more
Moving like a quail being chased: Almost at 90%!
Today’s fact: Quails don’t fly when they are being chased by predators. They can but they would rather run. (All about birds)
Almost at 90%!
We've almost at 90% already!... Read more
Halfway there! Plus, an Original Art update!
Hello fellow fans of fun fauna!
50% in 24 hours!
In 24 hours you've helped the project hit the 50% mark! I'm truly flabbergasted and honored that you've gotten us... Read more