This thread continues from here: Zoo Decisions 2: North American Precinct The African Precinct Introduction: Abibu gazini! Welcome aboard! For those of you who have just joined us, we are now in the year 2023; our zoo is home to a thriving family of Tasmanian tigers; and we’re about to begin building one of our most dramatic precincts - the Africa precinct. Projects: Our main project will be the construction of an open range zoo - a sister zoo to the Millennial Zoo London; which will house some the species less suited to the urban environment of our existing site. There will be several smaller projects along the way, including the conversion of our historic lion house into a nocturnal house. We will also be putting our football fields to good use, putting together a team to raise money for an exciting conservation project (Lions of the Ngorongoro Crater); as well as heading to court to take on a circus. All this will occur alongside the day to day activities including building complexes. Points will be awarded along the way and we will wrap up with an awards ceremony to recognise people’s efforts and achievements. This will be held inside an exhibition hall, with the final design to be chosen by the winner of the points competition. The Royal Slush Fund: Not exciting enough, I hear you say? Well, while we will be following a budget. Excess funds will be collected into the royal slush fund and if funding allows, we will have a natural disaster in our zoo. If funding does not allow, we won’t have a natural disaster. I will advise when complex applications can be submitted (approx May 7). In the meantime, we will get into our first projects. Please also feel free to apply for one of the vaccancies listed below.