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Jack's Story

Say hello to the legend, Jack the Super Prawn, the world's first super prawn ocean hero who protects our oceans from plastic and other kinds of pollution.  Jack was born in Whitehaven Beach in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.  Created, made and wholly owned in Australia.  Antoine Jaja owns 100% of the Intellectual Property (IP) of the Jack the Super Prawn franchise. 


Jack is an adventurous, brave, vibrant and muscular animated character that saves and protects sea creatures and the environment that are unnaturally threatened by the impact of pollution caused by humans.  His superpowers allow him to transform into JackCopter™ and other forms to combat threats like plastic pollution, air pollution, water pollution, thermal pollution, noise pollution, radioactive contamination, electromagnetic pollution, littering, soil contamination, visual pollution and light pollution.  Jack also has other superpowers that will be revealed throughout his adventures. 


Jack loves and respects all living creatures on Earth.  His only enemy is the pollution that humans have caused.  Jack forgives humans because he believes that they are ignorant and don't know any better.  That's why Jack is here to educate children and adults about pollution and how to find a solution to improve all life on Earth.

Jack is an 'Educator' and a 'Mascot' who believes in protecting and preserving our environment, on land, air and sea that all living creatures share and depend on for survival.  Raising awareness of sustainability and preservation is vital for future generations.


Jack the Super Prawn franchise is making its way as an 'Environmentally Sustainable Eco-friendly' standard.  As global organisations align to promote state-of-the-art technology for zero emissions and renewable energy, Jack is standing alongside them to empower the youth of today to take their ocean environment's safety into their own hands.


Why was “Jack the Super Prawn” created?

I, Antoine Jaja, the Creator and Author of Jack the Super Prawn, am a snorkeler and recreational scuba diver.  I’ve seen first-hand underwater just how polluted the ocean is with plastic and other types of pollution, and the impact it has on the environment, sea creatures and human beings.

Many years ago, I was on a snorkelling and scuba diving adventure in the South Pacific.  From a boat, I jumped off into the reef, and below me, the first creature I saw, was a large prawn in crystal clear water.  Shortly after, I looked ahead and saw plastic bags floating around everywhere, it was a horrible sight.  I turned my head around to the right and saw a Green Sea Turtle tangled in a plastic fishing line wrapped around its body.  I promptly moved closer to the turtle to try to remove the line from its body, but it escaped.  Whenever I think of that moment, I always regret the fact that my actions weren't good enough to save the turtle's life, the thought of it always disturbs me.  The experience was so unsettling and emotionally overwhelming that I was compelled to act promptly to prevent this problem from happening again.  I soon realised this was an ongoing problem, and the desire to find a solution was very powerful.  As a result,  Jack the Super Prawn was created as a symbol to raise awareness of the impact of plastic and other kinds of pollution in our oceans and to empower children to take a stand and make real improvements to ensure a healthier and sustainable environment for all life on Earth.

A 'Pioneering Immersion Design Program' designed for Australian Primary Schools

Note:  This new immersion design program is a work in progress and subject to continuous improvements.

For the first time in Australian primary schools, the creator and author of the franchise, Jack the Super Prawn, Mr Antoine Jaja, has co-created a unique pioneering immersion design program designed to empower students to find a pollution solution through fun activities while working together collaboratively in harmony.  This design is entitled, Jack the Super Prawn ‘Pollution Solution Students Conference Day.’  This event will be launched at St John XXIII, Catholic College, Stanhope Gardens on 14 May 2024.

How did this 'Pioneering Immersion Design Program' start?

In late 2023, Mr Antoine Jaja presented his creative and unique design to the Assistant Principal, Mr Anthony Matthews, of St John XXIII, Catholic College, Stanhope Gardens, Sydney, NSW, Australia.  Mr Anthony Matthews, a passionate educator who firmly believes in learning which connects and encourages students to be the very best person they can be for self and others, inspired his school to become the first Catholic School in Australia to collaborate.  The outcome of the event was impeccable and a great success.  This was the beginning of something great!  


Before that event, Antoine Jaja conducted a school presentation entitled, 'Children's Education on Plastic Pollution' which was held at the same school on 1 March 2023.  Due to the success, the Jack the Super Prawn 'Pollution Solution Students Conference Day' occurred.


The co-evolution of this conference was exciting.  Students were challenged to work towards a solution for the current pollution and environmental challenges in their local context.  The students were immersed in a design thinking challenge led by educators and partners with expertise in the field to create a pollution solution.  The overreaching outcome was to empower young people to make decisions and take actions that contribute to creating a sustainable society and ecosystem.  

The Challenge

Students form a collaborative team.  They select one type of pollution from the

'11 Types of Pollution.'


Young, creative minds can find innovative designs when fully empowered to find a 'Pollution Solution.'

The Ultimate Prize

We intend to have student's ideas presented to the Australian Government hoping to adopt a 'Pollution Solution' and eliminate or reduce the problem.

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