Name: Arms Gayleson Genus: Ammonite Size: 3 feet in diameter Age: 100 Gender: male Weight: 30 lb. Diet: fish Habitat: salt water Skills: juggling Education: B.S. in Watershed Mgmt.& Engineering Expertise: Hydrology Hobbies: swimming & arm-wrestling
Arms spent most of his summer exploring the different National Seashores and Riverways.
Though Arms is a fish eater he refrained from eating any of the beautiful and exotic life he found while traveling in National Park Service waterways.
Biscayne National Park was the most difficult for Arms to refrain from tasting the wildlife as it is the largest marine park in the National Park system.
His favorite location to visit was the Dry Tortugus National Park. Located 70 miles west of Key West in Florida. The area is known for its beautiful waters and coral reefs surrounding 7 small islands. On the largest of the islands is located Fort Jefferson. A historic fort, Fort Jefferson, intrigued Arms to the point of joining a ranger for a tour of the Civil War site.
Before returning to the GEODETECTIVE Agency he then decided to go to the San Jaun Islands where he was able to find giant octopi in Puegot Sound near Seattle. He tried a little arm-wrestling with the 20 ft. long cephalopods trying to get the edge by saying "Okay my number 4 arm against your number 7 arm!" etc. but lost repeatedly and went home in defeat.