What animals cope best in opposite climates and habitats and what animals cope worst? This could be: - A fennec fox (desert climate) in a zoo in Northern Europe (colder climate more coniferous habitat) - European bison in Singapore - European brown bear in Brazil - Saiga antelope in Indonesia - Malay Civet in Canada - Polar bear in Egypt etc. I think it is quite difficult for grassland animals to be kept in tropical habitats unless forest is cleared for grass to grow. I also think colder climate animals in hotter climates should be kept in cooled domes. Ideally, desert animals would also be kept indoors. By the way, how do you think Northern Eurasian species such as saiga antelope, european bison, elk and Canadian timber wolves would cope in zoos in tropical countries such as Singapore. American bison have been kept successfully (they've bred) in Taman Safari, Indonesia. How would European Bison cope in such climate and habitat?