I've noticed lately that the vast majority of newly made zoo Exhibits have a biogeographical geographical theme- whether its African Savanna, North America, Amazon Rainforest, or Asian Highlands. Do people think his is a good or bad trend? Personally, I believe this is a worrying trend, as it harms diversity in zoo collections. Many of the AZA's struggling SSPs are from areas lacking ABC animals- such as Nubian Ibex and Kordofan Aoudad. I'm a big fan of the Red Rocks area at St. Louis Zoo, as they exhibit a lot of rare Hoofstock, with no regards of where they are from. I wish more zoos would make Exhibits themed this way, and not specifically East African Savannas- with thompsons gazelle and plains zebra overrepresented.