As an animal lover who has gone on "safari" in Florida for two years in a row, once on April 6th, 2019 in Safari Wilderness and now May 7th, 2020, at Wild Florida on the drive-through safari. I pretty much conclude that I am aspiring to open my own safari park in the future. I'm pretty much a high school graduate who will spend his first two years of college at East Georgia, and then to Eagle Nation in Georgia Southern in Statesboro, which brings you all to my point. An animal park and drive-through safari, which is inspired by the ones I visited in Florida, would be built in collaboration of some of my friends as well as potential GSU students. Location of the park: Statesboro, Bulloch County, GA, USA Entrance: Koi pond Bird and hummingbird feeders In the indoor area, there will likely be some biotope-based aquariums, to add to the diversity of the park. You all can help me collab on that. Butterfly Garden: Various butterflies (well, it's a butterfly garden, what do you expect?) Primate Pavilion: I have a friend who is a monkey lover who wants to have a sanctuary-like habitat for abused rhesus, pig-tailed, and crab-eating macaques that retired from laboratories as test subjects. Pig-tailed macaque Rhesus macaque Crab-eating macaque Guinea baboon Ring-tailed lemur Red-ruffed lemur Alligator Alley: This is inspired by the fenced-in pond for rescued nuisance alligators in Wild Florida's drive-thru safari. American alligator Giraffe Station: In this area, guests are welcome to feed Statesboro's would-be-first giraffes atop a platform. Giraffe Dama gazelle East African crowned crane Kangaroo Kountry: The park's small mammals inhabit this area. "Kangaroo" is in the name because one of my prototypes for this park was called "Kangaroo Park". Red kangaroo Eastern grey kangaroo Dama wallaby Bennett's wallaby (aka red-necked wallaby) Common wallaroo Guinea pig Chinchilla Black-tailed prairie dog Two-toed sloth Nine-banded armadillo African crested porcupine Meerkat Coatimundi Tamandua anteater Binturong Pygmy hedgehog Raccoon Fennec fox Degu Aviary: There will be separate enclosures within the area for certain birds. Budgerigar Canary Zebra finch Owl finch Society finch Cockatiel Rose-ringed parakeet Blue-and-gold macaw Scarlet macaw Golden pheasant Lady Amherst's pheasant Indian peafowl California quail Chinese king quail Ringed teal Mandarin duck Wood duck White-faced whistling duck Black-bellied whistling duck Petting Farm: Silkie chicken Polish chicken African goose Indian runner duck Domestic rabbit Miniature horse Miniature donkey Pot-bellied pig Kunekune pig Alpaca Highland cattle Zebu cattle Babydoll sheep Jacob sheep Pygmy goat Drive-Thru Safari: Plains Zebra Asian elephant (Depending on how big the institution is, the elephants would likely be those rescued from the entertainment industry.) Dromedary camel Patagonian mara Capybara Llama Warthog Elk Axis deer Barashinga Fallow deer Blackbuck Bongo antelope Greater kudu Common eland Scimitar oryx Gemsbok Waterbuck Red lechwe Common wildebeest Nilgai Banteng Gaur American bison Water buffalo Ankole cattle Yak Mouflon Aoudad Pygmy hippopotamus Ostrich Emu Rhea Do you guys think the park is satisfied, some of the exhibits would have more animals (and if so, which species?), give me y'all's thoughts. Criticism is welcome. You all can collab at anything I mentioned.