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Discussion in 'Fantasy Zoos' started by Ebirah766, 6 Dec 2018.

  1. Yi Qi

    Yi Qi Well-Known Member

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    Can I go again?
     
  2. OstrichMania

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    By the way, merry christmas to all.
     
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  3. Ebirah766

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    Yee. But you hav to ask for another species.

    Your next species is the bald eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus!
     
  4. Yi Qi

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    An aviary around 15 metres long, 7 metres long and 9 metres high, themed as a stretch of coastal bay in British Columbia, home to 3.3 bald eagles. Connected to it would be an offshow enclosure to build nests and raise chicks. Interpretive and live demonstrations would explain how diverse the bald eagle niche can get, from scavenger to rodent hunter.
     
  5. TheGerenuk

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    The exhibit will be situated around a marshy area to replicate the Florida Keys. Within the exhibit, there will be 1.3 animals, with the male having a separate area if needed.
    Next species!
     
  6. Ebirah766

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    Thine next species is the giant catfish, Pangasianodon gigas!
     
  7. JigerofLemuria

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    Ok, I'm gonna throw my hat in the ring. What animal will you bestow upon me? ;)
     
  8. Ebirah766

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    Jiger, thrust species ist thine perentie,
    hydrosaurus giganteus
     
  9. JigerofLemuria

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    A pair of Perenties would receive a large longhouse-type enclosure that could be split into two if needed.
    It would be a terrarium with a glass roof that could open up in summer. The atmosphere inside would be kept hot and dry, with earth as the main substrate, but covered in a six-inch layer of reddish sand. A couple of low-growing desert trees would dot the enclosure with shade, and there would be some dune shrubbery around them. There would also be two ponds, one on each end of the enclosure, deep enough for them to fully submerge if they lie down inside it. Also, near the rocky wall that lines a side of the enclosure, there would be a couple of basking spots under red heat lamps. The enclosure would be partially glass fronted.
     
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    This is the name used for first description of the species, but I suppose that is just an error and you don't considere intentionally the Varanus (all monitor lizards) into Hydrosaurus or water dragons, a genus of agamid lizards.
     
  11. Ebirah766

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    I was on my phone, so I chose the easier one to type
     
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    Alright then!

    This exhibit will be created to simulate the natural conditions of these catfish; the basin of the Mekong River. 2.2 catfish will live here, and there will be room for other species of fish as well.

    New species pls
     
  13. Ebirah766

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    Your is the Greater mouse-eared bat, the Myotis myotis
     
  14. Black Footed Beast

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    Plains Zebra 1.1
    A large outdoor yard (similar to a single Lincoln Park Zoo Hoofed animals yard) with an African theming, there are three viewing areas with one of them being elevated, the yard contains a pond and grass throughout various parts of the exhibit
     
  15. JigerofLemuria

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    Can I play another round? :)
     
  16. Ebirah766

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    Siamese crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis.
     
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    Siamese crocodile, one of my favorites! ;)
    The group would be a pair, male and female.
    The enclosure would be about 100m², and would consist of a land area mostly composed by landscaped cement, which would also form the pool itself (except for the glass front). On the land area, a large portion of the shore would be a cement bowl filled with soil, and in said soil various smallosh tropical trees and bushes would be planted, and ivy would cover the wall. Rocks and logs would decorate both the land and the pool, which would be large and 2 meters deep at the end. It would be fronted at the deepest point by a glass window, which offers a view of the animals both close in the water, or further away on land. Some soft substrate could line the bottom of the pool, and some aquatic plants could grow in it. Sharkminnows would swim in the pool too.
     
  18. Ebirah766

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    How many sharkminnows?
     
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    About 4 of them at first, and then I'd let them multiply gradually. ;)
     
  20. Black Footed Beast

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    Can I please get another animal