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Discussion in 'Zoo Cafe' started by Nikola Chavkosk, 18 Jul 2016.

  1. Nikola Chavkosk

    Nikola Chavkosk Well-Known Member

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  2. Nikola Chavkosk

    Nikola Chavkosk Well-Known Member

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    I got Aquarist, but I love (love - love to keep/care for in a zoo, general love - for all animals) more terrestrial animals (and in particular arboreal mammals, non-human primates, parrots, venomous snakes, island lizards, spotted felids, giraffe, black rhinoceros, hornbills/Ramphastidae, vultures) :)
     
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  3. overread

    overread Well-Known Member

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    Carnivore Keeper - though going by the tiger picture I take it to mean mammal carnivores. Which I'd be quite happy with - wolves, tigers, lions, cheetah, hyena, and loads of others
     
  4. bongorob

    bongorob Well-Known Member

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    I got hoofstock keeper, my favourite group of animals.
     
  5. gentle lemur

    gentle lemur Well-Known Member

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    I came out as a primate keeper (and they are my favourites), but I suspect there is a considerable degree of randomness in the process. Anyway what are Cheetos? And why isn't my favourite smoked salmon on the menu? :rolleyes:

    Alan
     
  6. Chlidonias

    Chlidonias Moderator Staff Member

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    I didn't take the test and it seems completely meaningless.

    "Favourite drink"? Of the listed the only one I drink is milk but it isn't my favourite drink. Where is coffee? Do Americans not drink coffee?

    "Favourite food"? Again just random items.
     
  7. jbnbsn99

    jbnbsn99 Well-Known Member

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    Americans drink loads of coffee. Drinking coffee over tea is our form of rebellion against the British and their unfair tea tax.
     
  8. elefante

    elefante Well-Known Member

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    I was surprised to get education keeper. My favorite animals are elephants and hoof stock.
     
  9. overread

    overread Well-Known Member

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    Education keeper - gah that must be the worst dealing with "students" ;)
     
  10. Teddy Dalton

    Teddy Dalton Well-Known Member

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    i got elephant keeper, alright i suppose but it's only middle of the road, much prefer carnivores and reptiles.
     
  11. Loxodonta Cobra

    Loxodonta Cobra Well-Known Member

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    I got carnivore keeper. It'll do :D
     
  12. lowland anoa

    lowland anoa Well-Known Member

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    Got a Reptile Keeper, much appreciated if it were Bird Keeper!
     
  13. wensleydale

    wensleydale Well-Known Member

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    I got carnivore keeper.
     
  14. wensleydale

    wensleydale Well-Known Member

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    Cheetos are fluorescent orange, oversalted (they mostly taste of salt), nuttiness inducing "cheese" puffs (their dye can supposedly cause one to be hyperactive). Their mascot is a "Cheetah" that isn't like any Cheetah that I have ever had occasion to observe. Did mention they can also make you nauseous (maybe its the salt)? I personally hate them.
     
  15. gentle lemur

    gentle lemur Well-Known Member

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    Thank you. I promise I'll never eat one. I'll stick to the smoked salmon :)

    Alan
     
  16. longleat diego

    longleat diego Well-Known Member

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    I got hoofstock
     
  17. SealPup

    SealPup Well-Known Member

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    Reptile keeper.
     
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  18. littlewallaby

    littlewallaby Active Member

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    I got education but I'm okay with that. I'd actually like to enter that field for real. Nothing like being the one out there trying to get people to see animals the way you do! Lol
     
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  19. animal_expert01

    animal_expert01 Well-Known Member

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    I got reptile keeper.
     
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  20. Eublepharis

    Eublepharis Well-Known Member

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    I got education keeper, completely happy with that or reptile keeper :p
     
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