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Zoo Decisions 2: Australasian Precinct

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  1. amur leopard

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    I am proposing another conservation centre for sea kraits.
    It will house the following
    Short nosed sea snake CR
    Leaf-scaled sea snake CR
    Dusky sea snake EN
     
  2. Ebirah766

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    Tomorrow at 11:59 PM, species suggestions end.
     
  3. amur leopard

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    King penguin
    Gentoo penguin
    Southern rockhopper penguin
    Chinstrap penguin
    Adelie penguin

    Southern fur seal
    Antarctic fur seal
    Southern elephant seal
    Leopard seal?
    Weddell seal
    Crabeater seal
     
  4. Ebirah766

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    Alright lads, I have compiled the Australasian Aquarium. Bolded species are species that I added myself.

    OPEN OCEAN:
    OPEN OCEAN EXPLORER:
    2.2 Indo-Pacific blue marlin
    2.2 Copper shark
    2.2 Longfin mako shark
    3.3 Scalloped hammerhead
    2.2 Lemon shark
    2.2 Whitetip reef shark
    2.2 Short-tail stingray
    2.2 Cowtail stingray
    1.1 Leatherback sea turtle
    2.2 Ocellated eagle ray
    1.1 Silvertip shark
    2.2 Australian blacktip shark
    3.3 Great hammerhead
    2.2 Sharpnose guitarfish
    2.2 Giant guitarfish
    2.2 Green sawfish
    2.2 Largetooth sawfish
    2.2 Narrow sawfish
    3.3 Bowmouth guitarfish
    1.1 Eastern shovelnose ray
    2.2 Ornate eagle ray
    3.3 New Zealand eagle ray
    4.4 Purple eagle ray
    5.5 Albacore tuna
    3.3 Southern bluefin tuna
    3.3 Yellowfin tuna
    10.10 Pompano dolphinfish
    5.5 Blacktip reef shark


    CORAL REEF:
    MAIN REEF TANK:

    10.10 Blue tang (Paracanthurus hepatus)
    5.5 Pyramid butterflyfish
    2.2 Birdnose wrasse
    1.1 Emperor angelfish
    4.4 Mimic surgeonfish
    10.10 Bennett's butterflyfish
    2.2 Humphead wrasse
    2.2 Striped surgeonfish
    5.5 Old wife
    2.2 Black rabbitfish (Siganus fuscescens)
    4.4 Palette surgeonfish
    15.15 Yellow tang
    4.4 Bicolor angelfish
    4.4 Bignose unicornfish
    3.3 Bluespine unicornfish
    1.1 Coral beauty
    2.2 Goldtail angelfish
    2.2 Lemonpeel angelfish
    10.10 Racoon butterflyfish
    5.5 Sailfin tang
    5.5 Scalefin anthias
    4.4 Squarespot anthias
    2.2 Two lined monocle bream
    3.3 Whitenose surgeonfish
    6.6 Yellowback fusilier
    3.3 Yellow banded sweetlips
    3.3 Azure demoiselle
    4.4 Bicolor damselfish
    1.1 Harlequin tuskfish


    CHINESE TRUMPETFISH:
    3.3 Chinese trumpetfish

    FRAGILE REEF:
    4.4 Beaked coralfish
    2.2 Harlequin sweetlips
    1.1 Axilspot wrasse
    4.4 Bartlett's anthias
    2.2 Chinese zebra goby
    2.2 Foxface rabbitfish
    3.3 Forceps fish

    PREDATORS OF THE REEF:
    1.1 Bluespotted coral trout
    1.1 Zebra shark

    2.2 Snowflake moray eel

    CLOWNFISH GROVE:
    2.2 Maroon clownfish
    1.1 Bubble-tip anemone
    4.4 Ocellaris clownfish
    1.1 Magnificent sea anemone
    2.2 Pink skunk clownfish
    1.1 Sebae anemone

    TITAN TRIGGERFISH COVE:

    2.2 Titan triggerfish
    2.2 Spotted rabbitfish

    VENOM OF THE REEF: each species has its own tank
    1.1 Red lionfish
    1.1 Reef stonefish
    1.1 Smooth toadfish
    1.1 Demon stinger
    1.1 Eastern red scorpionfish
    1.1 Greater blue-ringed octopus (Separate tanks)
    1.1 Southern blue-ringed octopus (Separate tanks)
    1.1 Blue-lined octopus (Separate tanks)
    1.1 Textile cone
    1.1 Geography cone
    2.2 Flower urchin
    1.1 Purple-spotted fireworm

    WRECK OF THE CATFISH:

    50.50 Striped eel catfish
    2.2 Arc-eye hawkfish
    3.3 Masked rabbitfish

    REEF ODDITIES:
    1.1 Harlequin snake eel

    2.2 Lysmata amboinensis
    1.1 Mandarinfish

    1.1 Longhorn cowfish

    10.10 Pajama cardinalfish

    5.5 Splendid garden eel

    6.6 Spotted garden eel

    2.2 Coffin ray
    1.1 Onefin electric ray

    2.2 Dwarf sawfish

    SEA KRAIT CONSERVATION & BREEDING CENTER
    2.2 Short-nosed sea snake (1.1 on display in separate tanks, others off exhibit in separate tanks)
    2.2 Leaf-scaled sea snake (1.1 on display in separate tanks, others off exhibit in separate tanks)
    2.2 Dusky sea snake

    OTHER OCEAN HABITATS:
    SHARK DEPTHS:

    1.1 Tiger shark
    2.2 Sicklefin lemon shark
    1.1 Grey reef shark

    2.2 New Zealand torpedo

    SHARK/STINGRAY TOUCH TANK:
    3.3 Port Jackson shark
    2.2 Common stingaree
    1.1 Kuhl's maskray
    2.2 Bluespotted ribbontail ray

    2.2 Eastern fiddler ray

    JELLYFISH GALLERY: each species has its own tank

    2.2 Sea wasp
    2.2 Carukia barnesi
    1.1 Portuguese man-of-war
    3.3 Pacific sea nettle
    3.3 Purple striped jelly
    4.4 Upside down jelly
    10.10 White-spotted jellyfish

    MARINE MAMMAL CONSERVATION CENTER: each species has its own tank
    2.6 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin
    6.6 Dusky dolphin
    1.2 Australian sea lion
    2.3 Australian fur seal
    1.3 Dugong
    4.4 Risso's dolphin
    2.2 Southern right whale dolphin
    2.2 Maui's dolphin
    2.2 Hector's dolphin

    BIRDS OF AUSTRALASIA:
    4.4 Fiordland crested penguin

    2.2 Australian pelican

    4.4 Australian pied cormorant

    SEAHORSES AND SEADRAGONS:
    2.2 Leafy seadragon

    2.2 Weedy seadragon

    3.3 Big bellied seahorse

    SEA TURTLE BREEDING & RESCUE CENTER:
    2.2 Hawksbill sea turtle

    2.2 Loggerhead sea turtle
    2.2 Green sea turtle
    2.2 Flatback sea turtle

    2.2 Olive ridley sea turtle

    ANTARCTICA:
    3.3 King penguin
    4.4 Gentoo penguin
    4.4 Southern rockhopper penguin
    4.4 Chinstrap penguin
    3.3 Adelie penguin

    2.2 Southern fur seal
    2.2 Subantarctic fur seal

    1.3 Southern elephant seal

    1.1 Leopard seal

    2.2 Weddell seal
    2.2 Crabeater seal
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    AUSTRALIAN LUNGFISH:
    1.1 Australian lungfish

    RAINBOWFISH TUNNEL:
    4.4 Banded rainbowfish

    FRESHWATER SHARKS:
    2.2 Bull shark
    2.2 Northern river shark
    2.2 Speartooth shark

    BULLROUT TANK:
    1.1 Bullrout

    YABBY BUBBLES:
    1.1 Freshwater yabby (Separate bubble tanks)

    FROG GALLERY: each species has its own tank
    2.2 Elegant frog
    2.2 White-bellied frog
    2.2 Yellow-spotted bell frog
    2.2 Armoured frog
    2.2 Peppered tree frog
    2.2 Southern corroboree frog

    MONSTERS OF THE RIVER: each species has its own tank
    1.1 Murray cod
    3.3 Barramundi
    1.1 Australian bass
    2.2 New Zealand longfin eel
    1.1 Giant bully

    RIVER TURTLES:
    2.2 Irwin's snapping turtle
    1.1 Fly river turtle

    CROCODILE MARSH:
    3.5 Freshwater crocodile

    2.3 New Guinea crocodile

    1.2 Australian water dragon

    1.1 Mertens's water monitor
     
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  5. Ebirah766

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    PROJECT 6: COMPLEXES

    The rules are simple. Apply for a complex, and then have that complex be built by another person! I will also set species limits per complex.
     
  6. TheGerenuk

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    I am noticing a serious lack of emperor penguin in the Antarctica portion. Why have an area devoted to the frozen continent without its most notable species?
     
  7. Ebirah766

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    The project isn't finished. Hell, it's a lot smaller than I'd like it to be, you can still suggest species.
     
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    Then I'll suggest emperor and macaroni penguins for the Antarctica exhibit in the aquarium.
     
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    Also, I am interested in an Oceanian bird of prey exhibit. Not just Australia, but the entire continent.
     
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    Alright, I'll add that to the complex list.
     
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    More complex ideas:
    Australian snake house
    Australian walkabout
    New Guinea House
    Australian Aviary
     
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    When can we start stocking species for these complexes?
     
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    When can we start stocking species for the complexes?
     
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    I think this has died. @Zoofan15, I'd like to request an expansion for this precinct's time.
     
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    I think this has died. @Zoofan15, I'd like to request an expansion for this precinct's time.
     
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    I think this has died. @Zoofan15, I'd like to request an expansion for this precinct's time.
     
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    I think this has died. @Zoofan15, I'd like to request an expansion for this precinct's time.
     
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    I think this has died. @Zoofan15, I'd like to request an expansion for this precinct's time
     
  19. Zoofan15

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    Would you like to request five extensions? Lol jokes.

    A royal extension of 10 additional days will be granted. The date of completion for the Australasian precinct will now be 10/07/2019.

    @OstrichMania can decide if he can run the European precinct in 20 days (July 11 to July 31), or if he wants an extension of 5 days (July 11 to Aug 05).
     
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  20. Zoofan15

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    An idea for precincts @Ebirah766: I think the method for allocating precincts has thrown everyone a bit. People are reluctant to put forward their best ideas for complex themes as it will then exclude them from using that theme. What if instead, we all choose a theme we want to do; and then you allocate us a species limit and a building material we must use in the construction of the precinct?

    If you run with this idea, I'd like to build a Tasmanian tiger breeding facility.