This egg was only given out from February 14-17, 2012.
Similar to a stained glass window, Plore (ploh-ray) eggs have a translucent quality to them that allows a newborn Plore's shape to be seen indistinctly as it moves inside the egg. These eggs are often brightly colored, and the Science and Research Center has discovered that no two eggs have the same pattern, similar to a snowflake.
Plore can only be found flying through the sky on Valentine's Day. Growing to immense sizes, Plore wheel through the sky and clouds performing their mating ritual. This dance has been found to have a powerful effect on Arkians and just witnessing it can put anyone in a remarkably good and hopeful mood. Every year, just before the Plore begin to dance, a large festival is held in Ark City to celebrate and renew the love between the citizens of Ark and all species of creatures. Filled with fun and food, this festival ends with the dancing of the Plore. Once every few years, a Plore will descend and grant it's blessing to a particularly happy couple.