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Prehistoric Park Edinburgh

Another modern zoo adapted to house extinct animals! Just so everyone knows, EVERYONE can make their own Prehistoric Park based on current zoos, even those that have already been adapted, as they wish. Coming soon: Australia Zoo!

Prehistoric Park Edinburgh
    • JigerofLemuria
      Species list (from bottom of the zoo to the top)

      - Megaloceros giganteus

      - Koolasuchus cleelandi

      - Hesperornis regalis

      - Ambulocetus a.natans

      - Gastornis parisiensis

      - Thalassocnus natans

      - Chinese Aviary: Confuciusornis sanctus, Caudipteryx zoui and Microraptor gui

      - Darwinopterus modularis

      - Gorgonops torvus

      - Dinornis robustus

      - Hyaenodon horridus

      - Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum

      - Stenopterygius quadriscissus

      - Gigantopithecus blacki

      - Arsinoitherium zitteli

      - Elasmotherium sibiricum

      - Pachycrocuta brevirostris

      - Carboniferium:

      Ø Pulmonoscorpius kirktonensis

      Ø Arthropleura armata

      Ø Meganeura brongniarti

      Ø Hibbertopterus scouleri

      Ø Eogyrinus attheyi

      - Pelagornis chilensis

      - Lystrosaurus georgi

      - Vegavis iaai

      - Struthiomimus altus

      - Pterosaur House:

      Ø Germanodactylus cristatus

      Ø Dimorphodon macronyx

      Ø Sordes pilosus

      - Arctodus simus

      - Troodon formosus

      - Alaskacephale gangloffi

      - Homotherium latidens

      - Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis and Edmontonia rugosidens

      - Yutyrannus huali

      - M. americanum and Camelops hesternus

      - Beipiaosaurus inexpectus

      - Diamantinasaurus matildae and Leaellynasaura amicagraphica
    • TeaLovingDave
      Knowing the layout and terrain of Edinburgh Zoo, there's quite a few species which would either escape from, or fail to survive in, the exhibits you've selected for them :p
    • JigerofLemuria
      Interesting notion. Which would those be?
      Just to clarify, all flying animals, such as Pelagornis and Darwinopterus, would be housed in aviaries, and dinosaur-proof barriers would be built where necessary.
    • TeaLovingDave
      Well, for a start you've put Ambulocetus into this exhibit :p


      Broadly speaking, however, the issue is mostly one of exhibit size. For instance, you've put Struthiomimus in a small deer paddock on a hillside, Elasmotherium in an ASCO enclosure, and Pelagornis in a row of callitrichid enclosures.
    • Hipporex
      In addition to what @TeaLovingDave has said, I'd like to point out they've made six movies telling us why this would be a bad idea. :p
      Also bonus points for including a therizinosaur.
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    • JigerofLemuria
      @TeaLovingDave Now, while they take up the same areas, the area would be wildly refurbished for each one, and Elasmotherium would have the bongo and Visayan warty pig area too.
      @Hipporex Let's remember, however, that firstly the mere idea of this place is impossible, and secondly Hollywood is always willing to over-exaggerate animal violence. Needless to say, the only butterfly affect I believe this map will have is the generation of more maps.
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