This is a members-only flying animal.
About the size of an owl, this bird has a small, round head with an upside-down teardrop-shaped body, with the tail ending in a small point. The wings flutter so fast they are a blur, so you don't see them when flying. The bill is long and grayish-black, like the feet as they are tucked up next to the body. The top color is the back, and the bottom color is the belly. There is a special pattern that is a splash of color under its chin.
Dance: The hummingbird flies in four directions, front, back, left, right, then spins in the middle.
Play: It spawns two pink flowers with green stems, two small leaves, and a bright yellow center. The hummingbird drinks from one, spins in the middle, and drinks from the other one and spins.
Sleep: It lands and pulls its wings up to where its ears would be. It opens and closes its bill as it snores.
Hop: The humming bird jumps up of the ground with both feet, then rises its wings up to connect them over its head as it reaches the climax of the jump. It lands with a thud.
Sit: The bird's wings are tucked at its sides, and the head is perked up.
- The hummingbirds eyes close when sleeping.
- The hummingbirds were teased before release with a riddle, just like the fox.
- The hummingbirds have a pet counterpart - the Pet HummingBird!