Released in 2002 by Nintendo, Animal Crossing, a game for the Nintendo GameCube was dubbed a "communication game" due to many aspects of communication being featured in the game. Players live in a virtual town and live life as they see it, interacting with villagers, fishing, shopping, catching bugs, and whatever else they wish to do.
Even the newborns have flaming tails. Unfamiliar with fire, babies are said to accidentally burn themselves. The flame on its tail show the strength of its life force. If it is weak, the flame also burns weakly. If it is healthy, the flame burns brightly. Obviously prefers hot places. When it rains, steam is said to spout from the tip of its tail.
A naturally radioactive, silvery, metallic transuranic element, occurring in uranium ores and produced artificially by neutron bombardment of uranium. Its longest-lived isotope is Pu 244 with a half-life of 76 million years.