Inspired by @The_UltimateBea's thread "The Future of the Zoo" - Which discussed what realistically could be built or should be built at the San Diego zoo - I encourage the same thing to be done here. The zoo gets talked about so much I feel the SP gets a little overshadowed. Though, that may be because there's nothing that's in need of immediate attention. However here are some known quantities and my own ideas. Walkabout Australia: This Summer the park will open a new interactive Australian area. It feature a walkthrough exhibit for red kangaroos and wallabies, cassowaries, tree kangaroos, cockatoos, wombats, echidnas and possibly a breeding pair of platypus. I think it will be great addition to the park and I'm glad to see the place adding more to do at the North end of the facility. Its especially exciting that platypus would be involved, considering they of course can't be found outside of Australia. Asian Savannah: Rumors have been circulating for some years now that the Asian plains exhibits would be getting public access. However, as of recently it looks like it could soon become an actual reality as early as 2020! This would allow visitors to see two additional field exhibit with Indian rhinos, gaur and other rare ungulates. It would also be a good time to utilize the old tiger exhibit for Dholes and build some new interactive areas. Maybe finally complete the loop that disconnects the North end from the rest of the park. Old Lion Exhibit: The last known quantity is the former lion yard. Its been closed for over a decade, and the dholes were originally planned to move here. However, because of their skittish nature at the time, this plan was scrapped. Perhaps make it a new exhibit for painted dogs are hyenas. Call it "Hyena Canyon" or "Wild Dog Canyon". It seems to most logical and would fit perfectly in with the rest of the park. Well that's why I know/think. What are your ideas?