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Crossroads between Continents map

This is a map with more accurate sizes of exhibits and with keeper pathways (red) and off-show exhibits. A full run through of the sizes of the exhibits and off-show areas will be posted on the European Fantasy zoo thread.

Crossroads between Continents map
amur leopard, 25 Jun 2020
    • amur leopard
      This is a map with more accurate sizes of exhibits and with keeper pathways (red) and off-show exhibits. A full run through of the sizes of the exhibits and off-show areas will be posted on the European Fantasy zoo thread.
    • Jarne
      Why house the griffon vultures in pairs? They often live in large groups in both the wild and zoos, and most importantly a group is an ideal way of forming pairs by offering several possible partners.
    • amur leopard
      @Jarne
      Ah, but the zoo has already figured out the pairs that work best and tried to prompt breeding by putting them together. I didn't have space to include the Off-show third aviary for the third pair but there is one. From time to time the vultures would be reunited altogether in the first aviary.
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