Hello, folks! For a while, I've had this idea about a safari exhibit with animals from Danish prehistory (from approx. 8000-2000 years ago). I would like to hear what you people think of this idea. The exhibit would feature a variety of mammalian megafauna in a setting with mixed forest, steppe and wetlands. It would be a drive-through with a guide, and outside the exhibit would be a museum exhibiting how people in Stone Age Denmark lived their daily lives. The museum would appeal to a variety of people in my target group (schools, families and the elderly), especially schools and families with children. In the drive-through safari exhibit: As both the tarpan (European wildhorse) and aurochs went extinct hundreds of years ago, I've decided to use Tauros cattle and Heck horses in their place. There would also be red deer, moose/elk (Alces alces), wisent and wild boar in the exhibit. To create a very special atmosphere, I've thought about whether European brown bears would fit into this mix? They're probably one of the least carnivorous large carnivorans, with more than 90% of their diet being vegetarian. Also, the exhibit would be many hectares/acres in size to allow the hoofstock to graze semi-naturally, and therefore aggression would not be much of an issue. I've also seen an exhibit with European brown bears and muskoxen together in Ree Park in Denmark, and their scale was a lot smaller than what I've been thinking about. Would it be possible to mix bears into the exhibit? Also, would it be possible to mix red foxes and European badgers into it, as those two live together in harmony in the wild? And what about roe deer? As for the wetlands in the prehistoric exhibit: Would it be possible to have EITHER European beavers OR European otters in the lakes and streams? (They would not live peacefully together, as otters eat young beavers). I'm looking forward to hear what you think!