How good a small zoo idea is this assuming there is a catchment area of visitors? Insectarium Larger scale design based on Warsaw museums (not the zoo) arachnid exhibits. Uncluttered, light, airy and featuring mainly 40cm squared footprints for spiders, scorpions, cockroaches and the like. Aquarium Concrete tanks with glass fronts for Amazon fishes (small river rays and uarus), Indo Pacific (flying gurnard, Plotosus), Asian fishes (snakehead, tigerfish, knifefish) and Australian turtles. A nocturnal fish display (flashlight fish and reef lobster). Jellyfish pseudokriesel. Tropical octopus. Again there is a light and airy interior rather than a dark, traditional aquarium. No coldwater fishes so as to eliminate the need for a chiller. Marine tanks share water to increase the volume for all. Reptile House A smaller crocodilian exhibit following the Thrigby swamp house, and otherwise bases upon the Jersey reptile greenhouse. Lots of hot herps to attract the public. Free flying softbills and finches. Aldabra tortoise and rhinoceros iguana pens. Dart frogs cohabit with eyelash vipers and with small lizards. Rainforest Walk around exhibit for birds, small mammals and reptiles. River turtles and small ducks on a pond. Mouse deer and fruit bats. Pigeons, lorikeets, turacos. Basilisks and green iguanas. Cafe adjacent has a window inside. Mammal House Mixed walk throigh exhibit for callitrichids, squirrel monkeys, titis, lemurs and also sloths, tamanduas, hyraxes, African ground squirrels and crested porcupines. Bird House Jewel aviaries for rollers, bee eaters, small hornbills, barbets, starlings, weaver birds, plovers and parrots. Birds of Prey Owls, caracaras, accipitrids, Corvus, kookaburras, seriemas and NW vultures. Bird of prey encounters but no flights as it would spook the other animals. Bird Gardens Flamingo, spoonbill, ibis and duck walk through aviary as a focal point. Crowned cranes. Pheasantries. Penguin pool. Sea duck and Inca tern aviary. Macaw and curassow aviary as a secondary focal point. Small mammals Small cats, mongooses, foxes and short clawed otters. Red squirrel "aviary". Large carnivores Wolves and large cats as bread and butter. Hoofstock Blackbuck and deer. Peccaries. Ratites. Capybara. Though I like hoofstock they are costly to maintain and don't attract the public. Farm Park Reindeer, alpaca, camel and water buffalo. History and science of domestication. Zoo camel rides.