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Discussion in 'Zoo Cafe' started by Ortolan bunting, 2 Jun 2015.

  1. Ortolan bunting

    Ortolan bunting Well-Known Member

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    this game works like this
    I select one or more extinct animals and you should describe how a modern zoo
    would build a enclosure for it. the person who I think did it best wins. good luck:)

    round 1 a multi species exhibit for

    Pelecanimimus polydon and Iguanodon bernissartensis
     
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  2. lowland anoa

    lowland anoa Well-Known Member

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    The exhibit would be 18 acres with plenty of plants for the iguanodon to eats, the iguanodon group would have 15+ members. Ponds would be spread out the exhibit for the dinosaurs to eat. Visitors will walk up some stairs to views the iguanodons from a platform. 45+ Pelecanimimus will run around, searching for foods amongst the gigantic iguanodons. A private area is in the south-western corner of the exhibit. Visitors would have to watch out for babies to make their trip the best one ever. The species will be viewed through their 7 acre indoor quarters when the weather is very cold or not good.
     
  3. Macaw16

    Macaw16 Well-Known Member

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    A large glass dome for a house, the fencing electrified steel cables in posts. It would be massive and heavily planted for a relatively small amount of animals. A large pool with waterfall in the dome has underwater viewing.
     
  4. Ortolan bunting

    Ortolan bunting Well-Known Member

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    the winer is lowland anoa

    better luck next time macaw :)


    here is round 2 a mammal house with this group of species

    Icaronycteris ,
    Leptictidium ginsburgi,
    Pakicetus attocki
    and
    Hyracotherium