Pet - Flotsam  

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July 3rd - Flotsam Day

Flotsams are of average popularity among players. As of October 2006, the Flotsam is ranked 23rd out of 50+ species. Over 3.1 million have been created.

The Flotsam is one of the original Neopets, apparently related to another aquatic Neopet, the Jetsam. Dolphin-like in appearance, Flotsams love to swim the Neopian oceans, and are quick to sense danger. As told in one of the TCG card, they can't breathe in the water. But they enjoy testing how far they can dive while holding their breath. Flotsams were originally limited edition, but are no longer.

The Flotsam was originally a goldfish-like creature that was transformed into a dolphin on June 22, 2000.

In the Neopets TCG, Flotsams are rather obviously associated with the element of water.

Famous Flotsams include:

* The Underwater Chef

This poor little guy is constantly rushed off his feet. He is the only cook in a very demanding palace and could really use your help in the Mystery Island Kitchen. He will grants special prizes after users complete his quests. Formerly, he was a strange lobster-like creature.

* Plesio

Plesio is the captain of the Tyrannian Sea Division. His brilliant mind and amazing swimming abilities make him a natural leader. He is also a player in the Go! Go! Go! game.

* Filo Desenz

Left Defender on the Maraqua team during the 2006 Altador Cup. Filo's locker room squabbles with star forward Elon Hughlis have been well documented in the media. Strangely enough, despite their unwillingness to get along off the field, these teammates' ill will toward each other seems to have no effect on their ability to play together.

Avatar related to Flotsam:

Float Avatar

Visit a Rainbow Flotsam's lookup

Mediocre Avatar

Land on the 1000np on the Wheel of Mediocrity.

Tough Avatar

Visit the lookup of a Strong Flotsam

I don't like Flotsam. I don't know why. Here are some different Flotsam.

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