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Discussion in 'Fantasy Zoos' started by ZooBinh, 4 Jan 2019.

  1. Neil chace

    Neil chace Well-Known Member

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    Would you be willi ng to trade something in my collection for some of your snow leopards- to expand the breeding program
     
  2. lowland anoa

    lowland anoa Well-Known Member

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    Take your pick ;p
     
  3. lowland anoa

    lowland anoa Well-Known Member

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    The Zoo declines this offer, as the curators have spotted no animals of our interest, but we are having second thoughts about the White naped Crane.
     
  4. ZooBinh

    ZooBinh Well-Known Member

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    Are you going to do the responses?
     
  5. ZooBinh

    ZooBinh Well-Known Member

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    ....oops! Never mind @Neil chace ! I forgot, I was a busy person today. My apologies!
     
  6. TheEthiopianWolf03

    TheEthiopianWolf03 Well-Known Member

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    We would like 1.1 lar gibbons if that works with you. The exhibit for the Asian region is almost done and a full list will be made soon.
     
  7. ZooBinh

    ZooBinh Well-Known Member

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    SSP LIST:

    I am proud to announce that we will start with not one, not two, but three SSPs.

    Amur Tiger
    Snow Leopard
    Siamese Crocodile

    This means at least 4 zoos need to participate for each species, if a species does not have a complete SSP by next year (1 year=1 month), it will be dropped.
     
  8. Ashley LaRee Lewis

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    Hi! I'm super new to the forums and I admit I don't know very much but I've been a long time observer and I'd like to participate, if that's okay

    Winchester Zoo
    1) We are located in Lindon, Utah. The environment is mostly grassland and scrub.

    2) The zoo is 90 acres large and has a budget of 200,000,000

    3) Polar Bear, Sumatran Tiger, Sulawesi Crested Macaque, Sumatran Orangutan, Western Lowland Gorilla, African Penguin, Aldabra Giant Tortoise, Meerkat

    4) The two currently major zones of the zoo are the Jungle Trail which is home to the apes, macaques, and tigers, as well as an African area which contains but is no means limited to the penguins, tortoises, and meerkats. The polar bear exhibit is in another part of the zoo, and has been renovated from its earlier outdated state when the zoo was first created in the 1970's. We hope to expand the area around the polar bear exhibit into a section for American animals.

    5) We will be running several breeding programs for the tigers, apes, and penguins. We also hope to provide a home to rescued polar bear cubs as we've done in the past.
     
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  9. Dylan

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    @lowland anoa We would happily trade your pair of white-naped crane for our African rock python.

    @Neil chace We have 9 young Mandarin duck available. They are thought to be 4.5 but this is uncertain. We can gift you them all or any group you want but bare in mind they are siblings and shouldn't breed.
     
  10. Neil chace

    Neil chace Well-Known Member

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    I will take the 9 mandarin ducks and will exhibit them on a small pond at the zoo.
     
  11. Neil chace

    Neil chace Well-Known Member

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    I will participate in the tiger SSP- and will participate in the snow leopard one if there is any way to aquire snow leopards
     
  12. Neil chace

    Neil chace Well-Known Member

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    Is there anything in my collection you would like to trade for your snow leopards
     
  13. lowland anoa

    lowland anoa Well-Known Member

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    The Zoo agrees, and will give you the fee for the hippos and cheetahs, swapping the 2 primate species.
     
  14. lowland anoa

    lowland anoa Well-Known Member

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    The Zoo has reached a decision to exchange the snow leopards for the white-naped Crane.
     
  15. lowland anoa

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    The Zoo declines, as we haven’t confirmed the Cranes, and African Rock Pythons aren’t of our interest whatsoever.
     
  16. Jambo

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    I was copying and pasting from my Original list to and didn’t see the Tasmanian devil there. ;):p

    Yes, The Calamaro zoo accepts your offer. The Raidated tortoise will be displayed in our Reptile house.
     
  17. Ebirah766

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    Zoo application: Whangarei Zoo

    Zoo location: Whangarei, New Zealand

    Size/budget: 120 acres on the outskirts of town, starting budget of $300,000,000

    Starting animals: Caribbean flamingo (2.2), North Island brown kiwi (2.2), Grey duck (2.2), Whio (3.3), Gray teal (2.2), Auckland teal (2.2), Kea (2.2), and Stoat (1.1)

    As we walk in, to the left we see a large, open exhibit that is muddy and delightfully nice for our flamingos.

    We continue down the path of the flamingos, we see the native exhibits, starting with a comprehensive kiwi reserve with outdoor and indoor exhibits, as well as behind-the-scenes areas, a pond for the ducks and teals, a large, rocky aviary split into two for the keas, and a shipping crate like exhibit for the stoat, a very large terrarium with an outdoor exhibit as well.

    We will work on not only local wildlife conservation, but worldwide conservation, as we work to become New Zealand's #1 zoo.
     
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  18. Neil chace

    Neil chace Well-Known Member

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    I will be happy to give you a pair of cranes ine exchange for the leopards.
     
  19. Neil chace

    Neil chace Well-Known Member

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    New exhibit-

    SNOW LEOPARD BREEDING CENTER
    Part of the Asia exhibit. Currently is home to 1.1 snow leopards but has room for up to 10. 3 exhibits for visitors to see plus 7 additional behind the scenes. It encompasses 11 acres altogether.

    Money left-
    50 million
    Space unused- 119 acres
     
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  20. OstrichMania

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    Zoo Application:
    Zoo Name: West London Zoo
    Location: West London, London, UK
    Size/Budget: 150 acres in the heart of West London, starting budget of 400,000,000
    Starting Animals: 4.4 Greater Flamingo, 1.1 Baird's Tapir, 2.2 Grant's Zebra, 1.1 Somali Ostrich, 3.3 Common Chimpanzee, 3.3 Shelduck, 2.2 Dalmatian Pelican, 1.2 Whooping Crane

    As you enter the zoo, you immediately come into a massive open lake consisting of Greater Flamingos, Dalmatian Pelicans and Shelducks. You then have a split in the path. The left goes to the Americas, with a large forested exhibit for both Baird's Tapir and Whooping Cranes. The right goes to the African section. There is a Common Chimpanzee house and a very large savannah exhibit of Grant's Zebra and Somali Ostrich.

    The conservation would focus on species which are often overlooked, although we still take part in common conservation programs. There would be 2 breeding programs. They would be for Grant's Zebra and Whooping Cranes.
     
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