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  1. Jax the Vulture Guy

    Jax the Vulture Guy Member

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    I'm trying to get back into ZooChat after I created my new account and I thought what a better idea than to start a new thread! I have seen a few other people do this idea but never to this full extent. There is a list of animals and their corresponding numbers and you randomly pick 10 species using a number generator. You ultimately get to pick what specific species but not what group of animals. You can either respond to this message, and I'll randomly generate it for you or you can do it on your own! I'm not positive on how this will fully work, I'm thinking that you might be able to keep updating your zoo with 10 new animals every once in a while if that sounds good to you! Now onto the list!

    1-4 Giraffes, Okapis, Pronghorns
    5-8 Deer, Elk, Moose (Cervidae)
    9-12 Bison, Gazelle, Sheep (Bovidae)
    13-16 Pigs, Pecarries, Hippos, Camels, Llamas (Non-Ruminators)
    17-20 Wolves, Dogs, Jackals, Foxes (Canidae)
    21-24 Bears, Pandas (Ursidae)
    25-28 Coatis, Racoons, Red Pandas ( Procyonidae) + Pangolins
    29-32 Badgers, Weasels, Skunks, Otters (Mustelidae)
    33-36 Cats, Lions, Cheetahs, Leopards (Felidae)
    37-40 Hyenas, Mongoose, Civets
    41-44 Bats, Flying Foxes, Vampire Bats (Chiroptera) + Hedgehogs
    45-48 Armadillo, Sloth, Anteater (Xenarthra)
    49-52 Elephants, Elephant Shrews, Manatees, Aardvark, Tenrecs, Hyrax (Afrotheria)
    53-56 Rats, Beavers, Rabbits, Pikas, Capybara (Rodentia)
    55-60 Kangaroo, Wombats, Echidna, Possums (Marsupials and Monotremes)
    61-64 Horses, Rhinos, Tapirs (Perissodactyla)
    65-68 Sea Lions, Walruses, Grey Seals (Pinnipediea)
    69-72 Ostrich, Rhea, Tinamous, Kiwi (Ratities)
    73-76 Maleo, Ring-Necked Pheasant, California Quail (Galliformes)
    77-80 Magpie Goose, Screamer, Trumpeter Swans (Anseriformes)
    81-84 Flamingos, Pied Billed Grebe (Mirnadornethes)
    85-88 Eurasian Collared-Dove, Diamond Dove, Nicobar Pigeon, Sand Grouse (Columbiformes)
    89-92 Tawny Frogmouth, Nightjars, Pootoos, Hummingbirds (Caprimulgiformes)
    93-96 Guira Cuckoo, Yellow-Billed Cuckoo (Cuculiformes)
    99-100 Turacos, Go-Away Birds (Musophagidae)
    101-104 Kori Bustards, Little Bustard (Otididae)
    105-108 Grey-crowned Cranes, Trumpeters, Rails (Gruiformes)
    109-112 Gulls, Sandpipers, Auks, Puffins, Plovers (Charadriiformes)
    113-116 Kagus and Sunbitterns (Eurypygiformes)
    117-120 Penguins and Loons
    121-124 Marabou Storks, Wood Stork (Ciconiiformes)
    125-128 Ibisis, Spoonbills, Hammerkops, Pelicans, Shoebills, Herons (Pelecaniformes)
    129-132 Vultures, Hawks, Eagles, Osprey, Secretary Birds, Owls, Falcons, Seriemas, Caracaras (Birds of Prey)
    133-136 Speckled Mousebird, Cuckoo Roller, Trogons, Quetzals (Coliiformes, Leptosomiformes, Trogoniformes)
    137-140 Hornbills, Hoopee, Woodhopee (Bucerotiformes)
    141-144 Bee-eaters, Rollers, Motmots, Kingfishers (Coraciiformes)
    145-148 Woodpeckers, Toucans, Barbets (Piciformes)
    149-152 Kakapo, Kea, Cockatoo, Parrots (Psittaciformes)
    153-156 Broadbills, Flycatchers, Ovenbirds, Lyrebirds, Drongos, Birds of Paradise, Crows, Jays, Finches, Cardinals (Passeriformes)
    157-160 Crocodiles, Alligators, Caimans, Gharials (Crocodilia)
    161-164 Lizards, Snakes (Squamata)
    165-168 Turtles, Terrapins, Tortoises (Testudines)
    169-172 Salamanders, Newts (Urodela)
    123-176 Frogs, Toads (Salientia)
    177-180 Any Fish Species
    181-184 Any Invertebrate
    185-200 Any Species of your Pick

    Ex: 143, Indian Roller. 92, European Nightjar. 25, Red Panda. 77, Bar-Headed Goose. 119, Black-Throated Loon. 23, Sloth Bear. 29, Smooth-Coated Otter. 37, Small Indian Civet. 40, Binturong. 99, White-Cheeked Turaco.
    The Example was kinda heading for an India Theme with its animals but it really all depends on what animals you want! I hope you fun with this little challenge! I'll be putting my actual one here in a second.
     
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  2. Dassie rat

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    183: Peripatus
    66: Ribbon seal
    93: Greater roadrunner
    44: Wrinkle-faced bat
    41: Hammer-headed bat
    5: Red brocket
    183: Venus's flower basket
    161: Madagascan leaf-nosed snake
    99: Go-away bird
    60: Web-footed tenrec
     
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  3. Jax the Vulture Guy

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    Helios Zoological Park

    The Entrance Hall
    2.1 Ringtail (Switch on and off display)
    2.2 Racoon

    Indian Trek
    2.3 Dhole
    2.5 Indian Gharial
    1.0 Indian Rhinoceros

    The Pimne Hall of Birds
    3.4 Kea
    5.5 Thick-billed Murre
    1.2 Tawny Frogmouth
    5.6 Oilbird
    1.1 Rhinoceros Hornbill

    The Entrance Hall is where you will enter the zoo, get your tickets, and look at the gift shop. After you get past the ticket booth and go past the gift shop you’ll see a window into a room. This part of the hall is on a reverse night cycle, for the two nocturnal animals within. The first viewing window has ladders, ropes across the room, and a Ringtail Cat (Bassariscus astutus). It has access to an outside area that you’ll see after you exit. On the Other side of the Hall, there is another little room, with just as many structures as the first. Within are a few Common Racoons (Procyon lotor) who like the Ringtail have outside access. Once you leave the small Entrance Hall, you have two small areas with grass and small plants around. Typically the Ringtail and Racoon can be seen inside but on rare occasions, they might come out into the green area.

    The Indian Trek opens up with a grassy field and a mountain landscape in the background. With some trees on the outer sides of the exhibit, it isn’t very plant heavy. It has some holes that are entrances into the backstage area behind the mountain landscape. Running around on the mountain and in the field is the Dhole (Cuon alpinus). The Endangered Canine, has signage all around its exhibit talking about habit destruction, one of the biggest problems facing this dog-like animal. Once you’re doing viewing the Dhole you will walk up around to the back of the exhibit and have two choices going forward with a rocky uphill trek or to the left with a straight wheel-chair accessible path. Both have the same viewing options but one just has a higher view than the other. If you take the rocky path you’ll get to a look-down view of the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). It lives in a, unlike the Dhole, a relatively plant-heavy exhibit. It has a watering hole, with cattails and other marsh plants around it to help hide the Rhino. There is a small 8-foot tall rocky area that contains a hut for the male rhino. Instead of a deforestation sign, there is a poaching sign here for the Indian Rhino. As you continue away from the large exhibit, the paths rejoin and you enter a building titled Indian Reptiles. Once you enter, in the center of the building is a half underwater-viewing, half ground view exhibit. A ramp goes up, around the exhibit so that as the ground comes closer you are now able to look down at the Indian Gharials (Gavialis gangeticus) within. This large rectangular exhibit starts with a 10-foot long circular water viewing and then ends up being up against a wall, with backstage doors for keepers. The wall after this exhibit focuses on water quality and what things we can do for the water.

    The largest of the buildings in the zoo is the Pimne Hall of Birds. Named after the Pimne Family who helped give donations to the building of this area. Once you enter you see a forested aviary with a glass viewing window. It has a tall tree as the center point and several branches for nesting. This is home to the Vulnerable Rhinoceros Hornbill (Buceros rhinoceros). After continuing on to the left of the opening exhibit a rocky landscape with a painting of a blue sky in the background is the next exhibit. It holds the New Zealand Kea (Nestor notabilis). It has some tall trees and bushes for the birds to land in, it is a relatively wide exhibit for these birds. Continuing down the hall you are greeted with a dark tunnel. In here two birds live on opposite sides of each other, on one side the South American Oil Bird (Steatornis caripensis) and the other the Tawny Frogmouth(Podargus strigoides). These two birds being nocturnal live on a reverse night cycle so that viewing them in their natural time becomes easier. The tunnel is very cave-like, and the Oilbird lives in a cave looking ecosystem while the Frogmouth is in a forested area. Counting past the tunnel is the last exhibit of the hall so far. A rocky backface, flattening off in the center, leads into the water. It also has nesting holes and underwater viewing. This is currently home to only the Thick-Billed Murre (Uria lomvia), who can be seen floating swimming in its small flock in its large exhibit.

    I like to go overboard with my descriptions, but this is my little description! Feel free to do it however you like but have fun!
     
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  4. Sauroposeidons

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    113 - Kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus)
    151 - Kakapo (Strigops habroptilus)
    94 - Channel-billed cuckoo (Scythrops novaehollandiae)
    26 - Red panda (Ailurus fulgens) since that is an option for this number group! :D
    24 - Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
    27 - Sunda pangolin (Manis javanica)
    130 - Secretary bird (Sagittarius serpentarius)
    79 - Trumpeter swan (Cygnus buccinator) - since I read the book The Trumpet of the Swan starring this amazing ainmal!
    66 - Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus)
    149 - Kea (Nestor notabilis)

    My zoo will be a multi-purpose park, with lots of space and natural light, and a heavy emphasis on conservation and research. The description is as follows:

    Southwest Pacific Bird Showcase
    Kagu, channel-billed cuckoo, kea, kakapo. The exhibit will be in a big hall with a dome with 3 different sections - Australia for the cuckoo, New Caledonia for the kagu and New Zealand for the kea and kakapo.

    Frozen Landscape
    Featuring the resident walrus! Place will technically be under construction for expansion for more arctic animals - likely the polar bear in the future and smaller mammals like arctic foxes and snowshoe hares.

    Asian Mammal Conservation Hub
    More of a breeding/research centre in the zoo - featuring the red panda, giant panda and the Sunda pangolin. This exhibit will be very similar to the panda exhibit in the River Safari in Singapore, with a small section for the Sunda pangolin near the front. Since all 3 animals are threatened species, this area will have a heavy emphasis on conservation and protection of animals. Only a limited number of guests will be allowed each day and at certain time slots, to allow the animals to rest and to reduce stress.

    African Enchantment
    A safari park-kind of exhibit, featuring the secretary bird! Of course, like the walrus exhibit, this will be under renovation to incorporate more African animals - like the big five and other smaller mammals like aardvarks, honey badgers, caracals and servals.

    The trumpeter swan will be allowed to roam freely in the lakes and ponds around the park, which will feature lush greenery and picnic benches, cafes and restrooms for visitors to take a break.
     
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  5. Jax the Vulture Guy

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    Really nice setup, although you don't have to use only the animals mentioned in the list those are just examples! I'm sure you already knew that but I felt as though I wasn't clear! I think the Asian Mammal Center would be a really great idea and I can't wait to see the other animals added to this area.
     
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  6. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 1

    138 - Southern ground hornbill
    168 - Galapagos giant tortoise
    85 - Nicobar pigeon
    21 - Giant panda
    33 - West african lion
    143 - Indian roller
    197 - Common ostrich
    193 - Common warthog
    23 - Polar bear
    171 - Chinese giant salamander

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
     
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  7. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 2

    23 - White-nosed coati
    190 - Springbok
    136 - Red bird-of-paradise
    15 - Dromedary
    104 - Great indian bustard
    116 - Sunbittern
    187 - Meerkat
    108 - Brolga
    171 - Motorbike frog

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard
     
  8. CrashMegaraptor

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    My only initial concern is what happens if someone gets three or four in the "Kagu and Sunbittern" group, since those are the only two species of that family?
     
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  9. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 3

    153 - Blue jay
    182 - Giant pacific octopus
    51 - African bush elephant
    29 - Honey badger
    160 - Saltwater crocodile
    66 - Atlantic walrus
    131 - Kori bustard
    183 - Coconut crab
    172 - Channel Islands slender salamander
    199 - Koala

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
     
  10. Mai Thai

    Mai Thai Well-Known Member

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    (61) Grevy's Zebra
    (3) Reticulated Giraffe
    (45) Southern Tamandua
    (193) Sumatran Elephant
    (119) African Penguin
    (29) Southern Sea Otter
    (5) Chinese Water Deer
    (181) Moon Jelly
    (63) Southern White Rhino
    (71) South African Ostrich

    Hull Wildlife Park

    Wild Africa:
    1.5 Grevy’s Zebra
    1.3 Reticulated Giraffe
    1.2 Southern White Rhino
    0.3 South African Ostrich

    Expedition Amazon:
    1.1 Southern Tamandua

    Elephant Trail
    2.4 Sumatran Elephant
    1.1 Chinese Water Deer

    Oceans of the World:
    6.7 African Penguin
    2.3 Southern Sea Otter
    0.0.50 Moon Jelly
     
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  11. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 4

    129. Scarlet ibis
    34. Jaguar
    27. Ground pangolin
    118. King penguin
    148. Toco toucan
    108. Grey-crowned crane
    11. Nilgai
    107. South island takahe
    78. Magpie goose
    68. Antarctic fur seal

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard
    Nilgai

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
     
  12. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 5

    17. Red fox
    105. Snoring rail
    157. Gharial
    149. Eclectus parrot
    155. Superb lyrebird
    134. Resplendant quetzal
    101. Australian bustard
    133. Red-headed trogon
    69. California sea lion
    77. Indian peafowl

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
     
  13. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 6

    162. Lesser Antillean iguana
    170. Red-eyed tree frog
    151. Kakapo
    77. King eider
    51. Amazonian manatee
    18. Arctic fox
    123. Painted stork
    53. Prevost's squirrel
    99. Great blue turaco
    143. Azure kingfisher

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed treefrog

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
     
  14. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 7:

    79. Green-winged teal
    96. Lesser roadrunner
    140. Great indian hornbill
    82. Greater flamingo
    31. Asian small-clawed otter
    153. Australian magpie
    132. Bald eagle
    25. Sunda pangolin
    123. Jabiru
    149. Scarlet macaw

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great indian hornbill
    Australian magpie

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed treefrog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
     
  15. Just an ordinary guy

    Just an ordinary guy Well-Known Member

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    Roll 8:

    149. Palm cockatoo
    184. Lion's mane jellyfish
    187. Golden snub-nosed monkey
    134. Cuckoo roller
    173. Blue poison dart frog
    55. Red kangaroo
    168. Zhou's box turtle
    8. Caribou
    146. Red-billed hornbill
    31. Wolverine

    Wild africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West african lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox
    Caribou
    Wolverine

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox
    Golden snub-nosed monkey
    Zhou's box turtle

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great indian hornbill
    Australian magpie
    Palm cockatoo
    Cuckoo roller
    Red-billed hornbill

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard
    Red kangaroo

    Central america:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed treefrog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru
    Blue poison dart frog

    Amazing india:

    Great indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee
    Lion's mane jellyfish

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
     
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    Roll 9:

    63. Plains zebra
    86. Victoria crowned pigeon
    141. European bee-eater
    99. Go-away bird
    187. Tiger shark
    49. Indian elephant
    143. Lilac-breasted roller
    72. Southern cassowary
    3. Reticulated giraffe
    24. Sloth bear

    Wild Africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West African lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane
    Plains zebra
    Reticulated giraffe

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox
    Caribou
    Wolverine

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox
    Golden snub-nosed monkey
    Zhou's box turtle

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo
    Southern cassowary

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great Indian hornbill
    Australian magpie
    Palm cockatoo
    Cuckoo roller
    Red-billed hornbill
    Lilac-breasted roller
    Victoria crowned pigeon
    European bee-eater
    Go-away bird


    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard
    Red kangaroo

    Central America:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed tree-frog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru
    Blue poison dart frog

    Amazing India:

    Great Indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork
    Indian elephant
    Sloth bear

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee
    Lion's mane jellyfish
    Tiger shark

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
     
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    Roll 10:

    18. Wolf
    20. Dhole
    146. Northern ground hornbill
    150. Galah
    166. Irwin's turtle
    65. Hawaiian monk seal
    44. Common vampire bat
    25. Red panda
    117. Whale shark
    19. Fennec fox

    Wild Africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West African lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane
    Plains zebra
    Reticulated giraffe
    Northern ground hornbill
    Fennec fox

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox
    Caribou
    Wolverine

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox
    Golden snub-nosed monkey
    Zhou's box turtle
    Wolf
    Red panda

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo
    Southern cassowary

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great Indian hornbill
    Australian magpie
    Palm cockatoo
    Cuckoo roller
    Red-billed hornbill
    Lilac-breasted roller
    Victoria crowned pigeon
    European bee-eater
    Go-away bird
    Galah
    Common vampire bat

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard
    Red kangaroo
    Irwin's turtle

    Central America:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed tree-frog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru
    Blue poison dart frog

    Amazing India:

    Great Indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork
    Indian elephant
    Sloth bear
    Dhole

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee
    Lion's mane jellyfish
    Tiger shark
    Whale shark

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
     
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    Roll 11:

    14. Hippopotamus
    176. Wood frog
    31. Tayra
    42. Rodrigues fruit bat
    3. Okapi
    138. Helmeted hornbill
    39. African palm civet
    94. Black-billed malkoha
    121. Asian openbill
    75. Red junglefowl

    Sub-saharan Africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West African lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane
    Plains zebra
    Reticulated giraffe
    Northern ground hornbill

    African deserts:

    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    Fennec fox

    Forests of Africa:

    Hippopotamus
    Okapi
    African palm civet

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox
    Caribou
    Wolverine
    Wood frog

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox
    Golden snub-nosed monkey
    Zhou's box turtle
    Wolf
    Red panda

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Coconut crab
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo
    Southern cassowary

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great Indian hornbill
    Australian magpie
    Palm cockatoo
    Cuckoo roller
    Red-billed hornbill
    Lilac-breasted roller
    Victoria crowned pigeon
    European bee-eater
    Go-away bird
    Galah
    Common vampire bat
    Black-billed malkoha
    Helmeted hornbill
    Rodrigues fruit bat

    Down under:

    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard
    Red kangaroo
    Irwin's turtle

    Central America:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed tree-frog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru
    Blue poison dart frog
    Tayra

    Amazing India:

    Great Indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork
    Indian elephant
    Sloth bear
    Dhole

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee
    Lion's mane jellyfish
    Tiger shark
    Whale shark

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
    Asian openbill
    Red junglefowl
     
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    Roll 12:

    145. Emerald toucanet
    105. Napo trumpeter
    89. Cuban tody
    177. Green moray eel
    186. Bushbuck
    149. Budgerigar
    73. Occelated turkey
    113. Kagu
    136. Cuckoo roller
    65. New zealand sea lion

    Sub-saharan Africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West African lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane
    Plains zebra
    Reticulated giraffe
    Northern ground hornbill

    African deserts:

    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    Fennec fox

    Forests of Africa:

    Hippopotamus
    Okapi
    African palm civet
    Bushbuck

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox
    Caribou
    Wolverine
    Wood frog

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox
    Golden snub-nosed monkey
    Zhou's box turtle
    Wolf
    Red panda

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo
    Southern cassowary
    Kagu

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great Indian hornbill
    Australian magpie
    Palm cockatoo
    Cuckoo roller
    Red-billed hornbill
    Lilac-breasted roller
    Victoria crowned pigeon
    European bee-eater
    Go-away bird
    Galah
    Common vampire bat
    Black-billed malkoha
    Helmeted hornbill
    Rodrigues fruit bat
    Emerald toucanet
    Cuban tody
    Budgerigar
    Cuckoo roller

    Down under:


    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard
    Red kangaroo
    Irwin's turtle

    Central and South America:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed tree-frog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru
    Blue poison dart frog
    Tayra
    Napo trumpeter
    Occelated turkey

    Amazing India:

    Great Indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork
    Indian elephant
    Sloth bear
    Dhole

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee
    Lion's mane jellyfish
    Tiger shark
    Whale shark
    Green moray eel

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo
    New zealand sea lion
    Coconut crab

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
    Asian openbill
    Red junglefowl
     
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    Roll 13:

    9. Zebra duiker
    101. Southern black koorhan
    194. Lar gibbon
    49. Rock hyrax
    53. Capybara
    39. African civet
    137. Green wood hoopoe
    152. Rainbow lorikeet
    198. Markhor
    132. Crested caracara

    Sub-saharan Africa:

    Southern ground hornbill
    West African lion
    Common ostrich
    Common warthog
    Springbok
    African bush elephant
    Honey badger
    Kori bustard
    Ground pangolin
    Grey-crowned crane
    Plains zebra
    Reticulated giraffe
    Northern ground hornbill
    African civet
    Southern black koorhan

    African deserts:

    Meerkat
    Dromedary
    Fennec fox
    Rock hyrax

    Forests of Africa:

    Hippopotamus
    Okapi
    African palm civet
    Bushbuck
    Zebra duiker

    Sub zero:

    Polar bear
    Atlantic walrus
    Antarctic fur seal
    King eider
    Arctic fox
    Caribou
    Wolverine
    Wood frog

    China's frontier:

    Giant panda
    Chinese giant salamander
    Red fox
    Golden snub-nosed monkey
    Zhou's box turtle
    Wolf
    Red panda

    Islands of the world:

    Galapagos giant tortoise
    Channel Islands slender salamander
    South island takahe
    Lesser Antillean iguana
    Kakapo
    Southern cassowary
    Kagu

    Aviary:

    Nicobar pigeon
    Indian roller
    Red bird-of-paradise
    Sunbittern
    Blue jay
    Toco toucan
    Eclectus parrot
    Superb lyrebird
    Red-headed trogon
    Great blue turaco
    Azure kingfisher
    Bald eagle
    Scarlet macaw
    Great Indian hornbill
    Australian magpie
    Palm cockatoo
    Cuckoo roller
    Red-billed hornbill
    Lilac-breasted roller
    Victoria crowned pigeon
    European bee-eater
    Go-away bird
    Galah
    Common vampire bat
    Black-billed malkoha
    Helmeted hornbill
    Rodrigues fruit bat
    Emerald toucanet
    Cuban tody
    Budgerigar
    Cuckoo roller
    Green wood hoopoe
    Rainbow lorikeet
    Crested caracara

    Down under:


    Brolga
    Motorbike frog
    Saltwater crocodile
    Koala
    Magpie goose
    Australian bustard
    Red kangaroo
    Irwin's turtle

    Central and South America:

    White-nosed coati
    Jaguar
    Red-eyed tree-frog
    Green-winged teal
    Lesser roadrunner
    Jabiru
    Blue poison dart frog
    Tayra
    Napo trumpeter
    Occelated turkey
    Capybara

    Amazing India:

    Great Indian bustard
    Nilgai
    Indian peafowl
    Painted stork
    Indian elephant
    Sloth bear
    Dhole
    Markhor

    Aquarium:

    Giant pacific octopus
    Amazonian manatee
    Lion's mane jellyfish
    Tiger shark
    Whale shark
    Green moray eel

    Off the coast:

    Scarlet ibis
    King penguin
    California sea lion
    Greater flamingo
    New zealand sea lion
    Coconut crab

    SE Asia:

    Snoring rail
    Gharial
    Prevost's squirrel
    Sunda pangolin
    Asian small-clawed otter
    Asian openbill
    Red junglefowl
    Lar gibbon