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Discussion in 'Fantasy Zoos' started by MizzB, 7 Feb 2021.

  1. MizzB

    MizzB Well-Known Member

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    Hello! I’m back! Sorry for being gone for so long..but I’m back! So I’m gonna kick off my return with a new thread! Here are the rules:
    1. I will give you 5 reptiles and 5 amphibians to start your zoo off.
    2. You can import everyday, everyday you can import 1 species of reptile or amphibian so if you wait..let’s say..15 days until you import, you can import 15 different species.
    3. You can trade with other zoos.
    4. There will be births, every week your zoo will have births.
    Now for my zoo:

    My zoos name will be Rosewood Reptile And Amphibian Zoo or RRAAZ for short.

    My starting reptiles and amphibians will be:
    1.2 Morelet’s Crocodile
    1.1 Mangrove Monitor
    1.2 Freshwater Crocodile
    1.1 Cuvier’s Dwarf Caiman
    1.1 Montpellier Snake
    2.2 Barking Tree Frog
    2.2 Idaho Giant Salamander
    2.2 Natterjack Frog
    5.5 Vietnamese Mossy Frog
    5.5 Yellow Banded Poison Dart Frog
     
  2. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    I would like to join and my zoo will be called the Royal Reptarium.
     
  3. MizzB

    MizzB Well-Known Member

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    Okay! Here are your reptile and amphibians :)
    1.1 African Clawed Frog
    1.2 Australian Green Tree Frog
    2.2 Japanese Fire Belly Newt
    2.2 Desert Rain Frog
    1.2 Wallace’s Flying Frog
    1.1 Bandy-Bandy
    2.2 Green Anole
    1.2 Indian Narrow-Headed Softshell Turtle
    2.2 Leopard Tortoise
    1.1 Spectacled Caiman
     
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  4. LowlandGorilla4

    LowlandGorilla4 Well-Known Member

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    I'll join!

    My park will be Carolina Reptile and Amphibian Research Center
     
  5. MizzB

    MizzB Well-Known Member

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    Okay! Can I call your zoo Craarc for short? And, your species:

    2.2 Boreal Chorus Frog
    2.2 Northern Dusky Salamander
    2.2 Oriental Fire-Bellied Toad
    2.2 Rio Grande Chirping Frog
    2.2 White-Spotted Slimy Salamander
    1.1 Leach’s Giant Gecko
    1.1 Gila Monster
    1.1 Brazilian Rainbow Boa
    1.2 Spiny Softshell Turtle
    1.1 Yangtze Mamushi
     
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  6. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.1 Axolotl
     
  7. LowlandGorilla4

    LowlandGorilla4 Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.2 Nile Crocodiles
     
  8. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.3 Aldabra Giant Tortoises
     
  9. ChunkyMunky pengopus

    ChunkyMunky pengopus Well-Known Member

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    I'll join as well
    Call it the Central Illinois Reptile and Amphibian Center (CIRAC)
     
  10. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.1 Tentacled Snake
    1.1 Mexican Beaded Lizard
     
  11. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    2.2 Gidgee Skink

    Births:
    0.1 Leopard Tortoise

    @LowlandGorilla4 Can I trade you 1.1 Green Anole for 1.1 White-Spotted Slimy Salamander?
     
  12. dinosauria

    dinosauria Well-Known Member

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    So I'm not on this thread, but wouldn't daily imports and breeding make things kind of chaotic? Mesozoic Zoo Society is already huge with really-hard-to-update animal lists, and I feel like that combined with no death would make updates kind of a slog.
     
  13. MizzB

    MizzB Well-Known Member

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    I’m confused, what do you mean?
     
  14. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    2.2 Electric Blue Gecko

    Births:
    1.0 Desert Rain Frog
    1.0 African Clawed Frog
     
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  15. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.1 Perentie

    Births:
    1.0 Japanese Fire Belly Newt
     
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  16. TheGerenuk

    TheGerenuk Well-Known Member

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    I'd love to start up. May I have my starting species?
     
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  17. chaotic_froggie

    chaotic_froggie Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.1 Fer De Lance

    Births:
    1.0 Green Anole
     
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  18. MizzB

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    Yep! Your starting species are:

    1.1 Western Pygmy Rattlesnake
    1.1 Inland Bearded Dragon
    1.1 Black-Specked Palm-Pitviper
    1.1 Dumeril’s Boa
    1.1 Madagascar Ground Boa
    1.2 Black Toad
    1.2 Fire Salamander
    2.3 Blue Poison Dart Frog
    1.2 Southern Brown Tree Frog
    1.2 Pickerel Frog
     
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  19. TheGerenuk

    TheGerenuk Well-Known Member

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    My zoo will be called the Seattle Amphibian and Reptile Center (SARC). Due to the climate of the region, all of the species can be seen indoors, although outdoor enclosures are present for certain species.

    Map to come soon.
     
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  20. TheGerenuk

    TheGerenuk Well-Known Member

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    Imports:
    1.1 American alligator
     
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