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How many animals from your favourite Zoo simulation game have you actually seen IRL?

Discussion in 'Zoo Games & Simulators' started by CrashMegaraptor, 17 Oct 2020.

  1. Fresco3

    Fresco3 Well-Known Member 5+ year member

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    Location:
    East Sussex, England
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    I am going to subspecific status here so for example it has to be a Formosan Black Bear or a Western Chimpanzee.

    Seen
    Unseen

    1. Base Game
    Aardvark
    African Buffalo
    African Savannah Elephant
    African Wild Dog
    Aldabra Giant Tortoise

    Amazonian Giant Centipede
    American Bison
    Bactrian Camel
    Baird's Tapir
    Bengal Tiger
    Black Wildebeest
    Black and White-Ruffed Lemur
    Boa Constrictor
    Bongo

    Bonobo
    Bornean Orangutan
    Brazilian Salmon Pink Tarantula
    Brazilian Wandering Spider
    Cheetah
    Chinese Pangolin
    Common Death Adder
    Common Ostrich
    Common Warthog

    Eastern Brown Snake
    Formosan Black Bear
    Gemsbok
    Gharial
    Giant Burrowing Cockroach
    Giant Desert Hairy Scorpion
    Giant Forest Scorpion
    Giant Galapagos Tortoise
    Giant Panda
    Giant Tiger Land Snail
    Gila Monster

    Golden Poison Frog
    Goliath Beetle
    Goliath Birdeater
    Goliath Frog
    Greater Flamingo
    Green Iguana

    Grizzly Bear
    Himalayan Brown Bear
    Hippopotamus
    Indian Elephant
    Indian Peafowl
    Indian Rhino
    Japanese Macaque
    Lehmann's Poison Frog
    Lesser Antillean Iguana
    Mandrill
    Mexican Red-Knee Tarantula
    Nile Monitor
    Nyala
    Okapi
    Plains Zebra

    Pronghorn
    Puff Adder
    Red Deer
    Red Panda
    Red-Ruffed Lemur
    Reticulated Giraffe
    Ring-Tailed Lemur
    Sable Antelope

    Saltwater Crocodile
    Siberian Tiger
    Snow Leopard

    Spotted Hyena
    Springbok
    Timber Wolf
    Titan Beetle
    West African Lion
    Western Chimpanzee

    Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
    Western Lowland Gorilla
    Yellow Anaconda

    Deluxe

    Komodo Dragon
    Pygmy Hippo

    Thomson's Gazelle

    Arctic
    Arctic Wolf
    Dall Sheep
    Polar Bear
    Reindeer

    South America
    Colombian White-Faced Capuchin
    Giant Anteater
    Jaguar
    Llama

    Red-Eyed Tree Frog

    Australia
    Dingo
    Koala
    Red Kangaroo
    Southern Cassowary
    Eastern Blue-Tongued Skink

    Aquatic
    Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman
    Giant Otter
    Grey Seal
    King Penguin
    Diamondback Terrapin

    Southeast Asia
    Binturong
    Clouded Leopard

    Malaysian Tapir
    North Sulawesi Babirusa
    Proboscis Monkey
    Sun Bear
    Ussuri Dhole
    Malayan Leaf Insect

    Africa
    African Penguin
    Fennec Fox
    Meerkat
    Southern White Rhino
    Sacred Scarab Beetle

    North America
    American Alligator
    Arctic Fox
    Black-Tailed Prairie Dog
    California Sea Lion

    Cougar
    Moose
    North American Beaver
    American Bullfrog

    Europe
    Alpine Ibex
    Eurasian Lynx
    European Badger
    European Fallow Deer
    Fire Salamander

    Wetlands
    Asian Small-Clawed Otter
    Capybara

    Nile Lechwe
    Platypus
    Red-Crowned Crane
    Spectacled Caiman
    Wild Water Buffalo
    Danube Crested Newt

    Conservation
    Amur Leopard
    Przewalski's Wild Horse

    Scimitar-Horned Oryx
    Siamang
    Axolotl

    Twilight
    Common Wombat
    Raccoon
    Red Fox
    Striped Skunk

    Egyptian Fruit Bat

    Grasslands
    Blue Wildebeest
    Caracal
    Emu
    Maned Wolf

    Nine-Banded Armadillo
    Red-Necked Wallaby
    Striped Hyena

    Cloudless Sulphur
    European Peacock
    Melanus Blue Morpho
    Monarch
    Oldworld Swallowtail
    *I'll admit its possible I've seen the European species in the wild.

    Tropical

    Asian Water Monitor
    Fossa
    Lar Gibbon
    Red River Hog

    Three-Toed Sloth

    Arid
    Addax
    African Crested Porcupine
    Black Rhino

    Dama Gazelle
    Dromedary
    Sand Cat
    Somali Wild Ass
    Desert Horned Viper

    And there ya go. I'd say I'm definitely doing better on the DLC species than the base game which is probably a testament to Frontier filling the base game with uncommon but iconic ABC species while nicely loading the DLC with species that aren't so much household names but are Zoo staples.
     
  2. DaLilFishie

    DaLilFishie Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    Queensland, Australia
    Bold = seen
    1. Base Game
    Aardvark
    African Buffalo
    African Savannah Elephant
    African Wild Dog
    Aldabra Giant Tortoise
    Amazonian Giant Centipede
    American Bison
    Bactrian Camel
    Baird's Tapir
    Bengal Tiger
    Black Wildebeest
    Black and White-Ruffed Lemur
    Boa Constrictor
    Bongo
    Bonobo
    Bornean Orangutan
    Brazilian Salmon Pink Tarantula
    Brazilian Wandering Spider
    Cheetah
    Chinese Pangolin
    Common Death Adder
    Common Ostrich
    Common Warthog
    Eastern Brown Snake
    Formosan Black Bear
    Gemsbok
    Gharial
    Giant Burrowing Cockroach
    Giant Desert Hairy Scorpion
    Giant Forest Scorpion
    Giant Galapagos Tortoise
    Giant Panda
    Giant Tiger Land Snail
    Gila Monster
    Golden Poison Frog
    Goliath Beetle
    Goliath Birdeater
    Goliath Frog
    Greater Flamingo
    Green Iguana
    Grizzly Bear
    Himalayan Brown Bear
    Hippopotamus
    Indian Elephant
    Indian Peafowl

    Indian Rhino
    Japanese Macaque
    Lehmann's Poison Frog
    Lesser Antillean Iguana
    Mandrill
    Mexican Red-Knee Tarantula
    Nile Monitor
    Nyala
    Okapi
    Plains Zebra
    Pronghorn
    Puff Adder
    Red Deer
    Red Panda
    Red-Ruffed Lemur
    Reticulated Giraffe
    Ring-Tailed Lemur
    Sable Antelope
    Saltwater Crocodile
    Siberian Tiger
    Snow Leopard
    Spotted Hyena
    Springbok
    Timber Wolf
    Titan Beetle
    West African Lion (seen non-subspecific Lion)
    Western Chimpanzee (seen non-subspecific Chimpanzee)
    Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
    Western Lowland Gorilla
    Yellow Anaconda

    Deluxe

    Komodo Dragon
    Pygmy Hippo

    Thomson's Gazelle

    Arctic
    Arctic Wolf
    Dall Sheep
    Polar Bear
    Reindeer

    South America
    Colombian White-Faced Capuchin
    Giant Anteater
    Jaguar
    Llama
    Red-Eyed Tree Frog

    Australia
    Dingo
    Koala
    Red Kangaroo
    Southern Cassowary
    Eastern Blue-Tongued Skink


    Aquatic
    Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman
    Giant Otter
    Grey Seal
    King Penguin
    Diamondback Terrapin

    Southeast Asia
    Binturong
    Clouded Leopard
    Malaysian Tapir
    North Sulawesi Babirusa
    Proboscis Monkey
    Sun Bear
    Ussuri Dhole
    Malayan Leaf Insect

    Africa
    African Penguin
    Fennec Fox
    Meerkat

    Southern White Rhino
    Sacred Scarab Beetle

    North America
    American Alligator
    Arctic Fox
    Black-Tailed Prairie Dog
    California Sea Lion
    Cougar
    Moose
    North American Beaver
    American Bullfrog

    Europe
    Alpine Ibex
    Eurasian Lynx
    European Badger
    European Fallow Deer
    Fire Salamander

    Wetlands
    Asian Small-Clawed Otter
    Capybara

    Nile Lechwe
    Platypus
    Red-Crowned Crane
    Spectacled Caiman
    Wild Water Buffalo
    Danube Crested Newt

    Conservation
    Amur Leopard
    Przewalski's Wild Horse
    Scimitar-Horned Oryx
    Siamang
    Axolotl


    Twilight
    Common Wombat
    Raccoon
    Red Fox
    Striped Skunk
    Egyptian Fruit Bat

    Grasslands
    Blue Wildebeest
    Caracal
    Emu
    Maned Wolf
    Nine-Banded Armadillo
    Red-Necked Wallaby
    Striped Hyena
    Cloudless Sulphur
    European Peacock
    Melanus Blue Morpho
    Monarch
    Oldworld Swallowtail

    Tropical

    Asian Water Monitor
    Fossa
    Lar Gibbon
    Red River Hog
    Three-Toed Sloth

    Arid
    Addax
    African Crested Porcupine
    Black Rhino
    Dama Gazelle
    Dromedary
    Sand Cat
    Somali Wild Ass
    Desert Horned Viper
     
  3. DaLilFishie

    DaLilFishie Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    Queensland, Australia
    Thought I'd also do Megaquarium again, since I've seen a couple new species since the last time I did a list for it, plus a whole new DLC has come out with 15 new animals. Since some names can be a bit ambiguous, I'm using the scientific names the dev said each in-game animal represents as stated in this Steam thread Freshwater Frenzy Categories :: Megaquarium General Discussions

    Bold = seen

    Azure Demoiselle
    King Demoiselle
    Half and Half Chromis
    Ocellaris Clownfish
    Blackbar Soldierfish
    Reef Squirrelfish
    Volitans Lionfish
    Shortfin Lionfish
    Leaf Scorpionfish
    Coral Hind

    Blue-and-Yellow Grouper
    Panther Grouper
    Yellow Tang
    Regal Tang
    Unicorn Surgeonfish
    Sohal Surgeonfish
    Achilles Surgeonfish

    Emperor Angelfish
    French Angelfish
    Flame Angelfish
    Coral Beauty
    Copperband Butterflyfish
    Schooling Bannerfish

    Redtail Butterflyfish
    Meyer's Butterflyfish
    Arabian butterflyfish
    Longhorn Cowfish
    Porcupine Puffer
    Spotted Boxfish

    Striped Boxfish
    Bigbelly Seahorse
    Slender Seahorse
    Flame Pipefish
    Foxface Rabbitfish
    Green Mandarin Dragonet

    Green Moray Eel
    Blacktip Reef Shark
    Squarespot Anthias
    Purple Queen Anthias
    Bartlett's Anthias
    Royal Gramma

    Arabian Bluelined Dottyback
    Oblique-lined Dottyback
    Orchid Dottyback
    Blue Knuckle Hermit Crab
    Redleg Hermit Crab
    Marbled Serpent Star
    Bubbletip Anemone
    Leopard Giant Clam

    Daisy Star Polyp
    Disco Mushrooms
    Emperor Gorgonian
    Purple Plume Fan
    Blue Tubular Sponge
    Plate Coral
    Sun Montipora
    Stagshorn Coral
    Toadstool Leather Coral

    Fried egg Jelly
    Moon Jelly
    Greater Blue Ring Octopus
    Zebra Moray Eel
    Southern Stingray
    Bluespotted Ribbontail Ray
    Spotted Eagle Ray (I had seen this species prior to the taxonomic split, now what I've seen is considered a separate species)
    Manta Ray
    Green Turtle
    Bonnethead Shark
    Leopard Shark
    Whale Shark
    Epaulette Shark
    Tasselled Wobbegong Shark

    Lemon Shark
    Humpback Snapper
    Horse-eye Jack
    Leafy Seadragon
    Giant Pacific Octopus
    Nautilus
    Common Cuttlefish
    Wolffish
    Lumpsucker
    Turbot
    Cuckoo Wrasse
    Ballan Wrasse
    Blonde Skate
    Atlantic Mackerel
    Atlantic Cod
    Atlantic Pollock
    Blue Whiting
    Common Starfish
    Common Lobster
    Pie-Crust Crab
    Frilled Anemone
    Fish-eating Anemone
    Starry Smoothhound
    Bull Huss
    Angel shark
    Red-bellied Piranha
    Pacu
    Midas Cichlid
    Discus
    Amazonian Angelfish
    Arapaima
    Red-striped Eartheater
    Butterfly Ram
    Convict Cichlid

    Sunshine Pleco
    Porcupine River Stingray
    Boeseman's Rainbowfish
    Redtail Catfish
    Ripsaw Catfish

    Adolfo's Cory
    Congo Tetra
    Cardinal Tetra

    Giant Hatchetfish
    Blind Cave Tetra
    Tinfoil Barb

    Gardner's Killifish
    Guppy
    Electric Eel
    Green Anaconda
    Dwarf Crocodile
    American Paddlefish
    Eastern Long-necked Turtle
    American Manatee
    Panther Crab
    Fan Shrimp
    Surge wrasse
    Napoleon wrasse
    Steephead Parrotfish
    Picasso Triggerfish
    Golden Jack

    Oriental Sweetlips
    Largetooth Sawfish
    Ocean Sunfish
    Spotted Garden Eel

    Decorator Crab
    Peacock Mantis Shrimp
    John Dory
    Sea Needle
    Tub Gurnard
    Japanese Spider Crab
     
  4. BerdNerd

    BerdNerd Well-Known Member

    Joined:
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    Posts:
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    Location:
    North Carolina
    Planet Zoo

    Base Game (56 out of 75)
    Aardvark
    African Buffalo
    African Savanna Elephant

    African Wild Dog
    Aldabra Giant Tortoise
    Amazonian Giant Centipede
    American Bison
    Bactrian Camel
    Baird’s Tapir
    Bengal Tiger
    Black Wildebeest
    Black-And-White Ruffed Lemur
    Boa Constrictor
    Bongo
    Bonobo
    Bornean Orangutan
    Brazilian Salmon Pink Tarantula
    Brazilian Wandering Spider
    Cheetah
    Chinese Pangolin
    Common Death Adder
    Common Ostrich
    Common Warthog
    Eastern Brown Snake
    Formosan Black Bear
    Galapagos Tortoise
    Gemsbok
    Gharial
    Giant Burrowing Cockroach
    Giant Desert Hairy Scorpion
    Giant Forest Scorpion
    Giant Panda
    Giant Tiger Land Snail
    Gila Monster
    Golden Poison Frog
    Goliath Beetle
    Goliath Birdeater
    Goliath Frog
    Greater Flamingo
    Green Iguana
    Grizzly Bear
    Himalayan Brown Bear
    Hippopotamus
    Indian Elephant
    Indian Peafowl

    Indian Rhino
    Japanese Macaque
    Lehmann's Poison Frog
    Lesser Antillean Iguana
    Mandrill
    Mexican Red-Knee Tarantula
    Nile Monitor
    Nyala
    Okapi
    Plains Zebra
    Pronghorn
    Puff Adder
    Red Deer
    Red Panda
    Red Ruffed Lemur
    Reticulated Giraffe
    Ring-Tailed Lemur
    Sable Antelope
    Saltwater Crocodile
    Siberian Tiger
    Snow Leopard
    Spotted Hyena
    Springbok
    Timber Wolf
    Titan Beetle
    West African Lion (seen non-subspecific Lion)
    Western Chimpanzee (seen non-subspecific Chimpanzee)
    Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
    Western Lowland Gorilla
    Yellow Anaconda

    Deluxe Pack (3 out of 3)

    Komodo Dragon
    Pygmy Hippo

    Thomson’s Gazelle

    Arctic Pack (2 out of 4)
    Arctic Wolf
    Dall Sheep
    Polar Bear
    Reindeer

    South America Pack (4 out of 5)
    Colombian White-Faced Capuchin
    Giant Anteater
    Jaguar
    Llama
    Red-Eyed Tree Frog

    Australia Pack (5 out of 5)
    Dingo
    Koala
    Red Kangaroo
    Southern Cassowary
    Eastern Blue-Tongued Skink


    Aquatic Pack (4 out of 5)
    Curvier’s Dwarf Caiman
    Giant Otter
    Gray Seal
    King Penguin
    Diamondback Terrapin

    Southeast Asia (6 out of 8)
    Binturong
    Clouded Leopard
    Giant Malaysian Leaf Insect

    Malaysian Tapir
    North Sulawesi Babirusa
    Proboscis Monkey
    Sun Bear
    Ussuri Dhole


    Africa (3 out of 5)
    African Penguin
    Fennec Fox
    Meerkat

    Southern White Rhino Lion (seen non-subspecific White Rhino)
    Sacred Scarab Beetle

    North America Pack (8 out of 8)
    American Alligator
    Arctic Fox
    Black-Tailed Prairie Dog
    California Sea Lion
    Cougar
    Moose
    North American Beaver
    American Bullfrog

    Europe Pack (2 out of 5)
    Alpine Ibex
    Eurasian Lynx
    European Badger
    European Fallow Deer
    Fire Salamander

    Wetlands Pack (5 out of 8)
    Asian Small-Clawed Otter
    Capybara

    Nile Lechwe
    Platypus
    Red-Crowned Crane
    Spectacled Caiman
    Wild Water Buffalo
    Danube Crested Newt

    Conservation (5 out of 5)
    Amur Leopard
    Przewalski’s Wild Horse
    Scimitar-Horned Oryx
    Siamang
    Axolotl


    Twilight (4 out of 5)
    Common Wombat
    Raccoon
    Red Fox
    Striped Fox
    Egyptian Fruit Bat

    Grasslands (8 out of 12)
    Blue Wildebeest
    Caracal
    Emu
    Maned Wolf
    Nine-Banded Armadillo
    Red-Necked Wallaby
    Striped Hyena
    Cloudless Sulphur
    European Peacock
    Melanus Blue Morpho
    Monarch
    Oldworld Swallowtail

    Tropical (3 out of 5)

    Asian Water Monitor
    Fossa
    Lar Gibbon
    Red River Hog
    Three-Toed Sloth

    Arid (7 out of 8)
    Addax
    African Crested Porcupine
    Black Rhino
    Dama Gazelle
    Dromedary
    Sand Cat
    Somali Wild Ass
    Desert Horned Viper


    Total: 125 out of 166 (75.3% species seen)