Inspired by @Anteaterman and @Komodo99, here I propose a number of middle Eastern animals, from which you can chose to create an exhibit for. These are: - Striped hyena (Hyaena hyaena) - Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx) - Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) - Persian onager (Equus hemionus onager) - Euphrates softshell turtle (Rafetus euphraticus) - Socotra cormorant (Phalacrocorax nigrogularis) - Jungle cat (Felis chaus) You can create a mixed exhibit if you wish (though this time the possibilities seem slim) I will choose the Persian Onager; a core group composed by a male and about three/four females. The exhibit would mostly consist in a large flat area of hard soil; grass would be allowed to grow, but not too exponentially, and a couple of Lebanon cedar trees would dot the enclosure to provide shade. Edible bushes would be planted both inside (they'll be short-lived) and around the outside of the paddock, to obscure the animals from view, outside of a couple of viewpoints. The fence itself would be a sturdy wooden rail fence, and there would be a water-filled moat separating the onagers from the viewpoint. The water would be kept clean, in order for the animals to be able to drink without harm, but a water dispenser would also be present near the stables. Said stables would also be sturdy and wooden; they would be large enough for the herd to move around in and sleep comfortably on a sand and hay substrate, but it wouldn't be too large and lavish, as these hardy equines would spend all year outdoors. However, a wide porche would hang above the stable door, in order for them to be protected from rain. A centerpiece of the exhibit would be a large feeding trough, which would be mostly filled with hay and fresh grass, but other food items such as oats and fruit could be put in there too. Enrichment items, like a rope and ball, and a buoy, would also be available for them.