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Is Animal Jam a Windows virus?

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2012-08-12 13:19:43

animal jam is not a virus

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Animal Jam is an extremely safe game, that has no downloads or viruses. Rest assured that you will not get any type of virus by playing Animal Jam.


No, it doesn't. A while ago though, Animal Jam had a virus on their main computer.


No, Animal Jam doesn't give you a virus. I've played it for a while on my iMac and I haven't gotten any viruses.


Animal jam is a fun online game with out a virus.



Animal jam, or beta days? If animal jam, then Animal Jam was invented in 2010.


The Jam Mart on Animal Jam is in Jamaa Township.


you can get a deer in animal jam by being a member and buying it in the animal jam animal shop just tape add animal


it has no viruses i have been playing since beta


I'm guessing that animal jam can not give you a virus, it is a website for kids and u do not download it on your computer. A virus is most likely to happen when you download something on your computer.


how can we get a headdress in animal jam


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the animal is a raccoon for animal jam, i even solved the puzzle... my user name for animal jam is... Teensy Happybunny


no. animal jam never stops.


if you eat it - if you eat the animal jam


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you can't record on animal jam


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No its a rule to not mate in animal jam


no you cant kiss on animal jam


On holidays and from animal jam comics :)


wolves are the most popular animal in animal jam.


You can get betas in Animal Jam by Trading someone Or sometimes Animal Jam starts selling betas..


because in the name Animal Jam there is the word JAM



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