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[ti]RTZI[/ti]Atlas Zoological Society Trading; Threatened African Animals
Topic Started: Jun 24 2018, 08:06 PM (314 Views)
Artemis
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Current Species
2.1.1 Western Lowland Gorilla
2.1.0 Common Chimpanzee
1.2.0 Barbary Macaque
1.2.1 L'Hoest monkey
1.2.1 Mandrill
1.2.0 Giant Sable Antelope*
1.2.1 Schmiter Horned Oryx
1.2.2 Addax
1.2.2 Hirola
1.2.2 Mhorr Gazelle
1.2.1 Eastern Bongo*
1.2.1 Zebra Duiker
1.2.2 Somali Wild Ass
2.1.0 Pygmy Hippopotamus*
1.1.1 Black Rhinocerous
1.1.0 Giant Pangolin*
1.1.0 Okapi*
5.3.0 African Wild Dog
1.1.1 African Forest Elephant
1.1.0 African Forest (Congo) Buffalo
1.1.0 African Cheetah
1.1.0 Masai Giraffe
1.1.0 Shoebill
1.1.0 White Backed Vulture
1.1.0 Northern Bald Ibis
1.1.0 Goliath Frog*


Animals available for trade
0.1.0 Zebra Duiker
2.0.0 African Wild Dog (half siblings)

We are also willing to take reservations for future breedings.


Animals we are interested in
Henkel's Leaf-tailed Gecko
Günther's Leaf-tailed Gecko
African Lion
African Elephant
Grévy's zebra

Any African animals whose conservation status is listed as threatened (vulnerable, endangered, critically endangered), as determined by the IUCN.





*Species with currently expecting females



Edited by Artemis, Yesterday, 9:02 PM.
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-Vombat-
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G'day mate

I have a male shoebill looking for a new home, could send him to you if interested.
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-Vombat-
Jun 25 2018, 04:32 AM
I have a male shoebill looking for a new home, could send him to you if interested.
That would be great! How much would you like for him?
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-Vombat-
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G'day mate

We can send him to you for free as we are starting to downsize the collection.
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Artemis
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Thank you very much, we would love to have him.
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EsserWarrior
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I wouldn't get rid of the chimpanzee you've got available. They live in larger troops and having only two animals wouldn't make them as happy as they could be. ;)

I'll also take the 0.1 Pygmy Hippo you've got available! :D
Edited by EsserWarrior, Jul 12 2018, 04:11 PM.
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ABS will be willing to take in the Eastern Bongo and Okapi pair for you and in exchange we are willing to give you 1.1.0 Masai Giraffe
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EsserWarrior
Jul 10 2018, 06:34 PM
I wouldn't get rid of the chimpanzee you've got available. They live in larger troops and having only two animals wouldn't make them as happy as they could be. ;)

I'll also take the 0.1 Pygmy Hippo you've got available! :D
It is going to take us a little while in order to get new chimps at the facility, and we currently suspect that our adult female is pregnant again. There hasn't been any interest in the chimp so we will likely keep him until such time we can find him a mate or if he would do better at another facility. We're currently having a lot of changes and new babies born/expected so the lists will be changing again soon.

We'd be more than happy for you to have one of our female pygmy hippos, she is a young adult that was born here at the zoo, would you be willing to loan out one of your female lowland gorillas, or male mandrill in exchange?
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PrimevalBrony
Jul 11 2018, 10:16 AM
ABS will be willing to take in the Eastern Bongo and Okapi pair for you and in exchange we are willing to give you 1.1.0 Masai Giraffe
That is fine. Our eastern bongo is the first that was born here at the zoo. The okapi are a breeding pair who have produced one female already. Are the giraffes related?
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Artemis
Jul 12 2018, 06:52 PM
EsserWarrior
Jul 10 2018, 06:34 PM
I wouldn't get rid of the chimpanzee you've got available. They live in larger troops and having only two animals wouldn't make them as happy as they could be. ;)

I'll also take the 0.1 Pygmy Hippo you've got available! :D
It is going to take us a little while in order to get new chimps at the facility, and we currently suspect that our adult female is pregnant again. There hasn't been any interest in the chimp so we will likely keep him until such time we can find him a mate or if he would do better at another facility. We're currently having a lot of changes and new babies born/expected so the lists will be changing again soon.

We'd be more than happy for you to have one of our female pygmy hippos, she is a young adult that was born here at the zoo, would you be willing to loan out one of your female lowland gorillas, or male mandrill in exchange?
The Western Lowland Gorilla is a species that I, personally, hope to start a conservation program very soon, so I am not really breeding/moving animals until that is done. :) I am not doing any of that to make it easier for myself.

We could defiantly send over our male Mandrill. He brings fresh genetics (as most of Rockchester's animals do) and hasn't bred before. He's got experience with females, so he'd make a fine companion. How long were you planning to loan him?
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EsserWarrior
Jul 13 2018, 12:17 AM
Artemis
Jul 12 2018, 06:52 PM
EsserWarrior
Jul 10 2018, 06:34 PM
I wouldn't get rid of the chimpanzee you've got available. They live in larger troops and having only two animals wouldn't make them as happy as they could be. ;)

I'll also take the 0.1 Pygmy Hippo you've got available! :D
It is going to take us a little while in order to get new chimps at the facility, and we currently suspect that our adult female is pregnant again. There hasn't been any interest in the chimp so we will likely keep him until such time we can find him a mate or if he would do better at another facility. We're currently having a lot of changes and new babies born/expected so the lists will be changing again soon.

We'd be more than happy for you to have one of our female pygmy hippos, she is a young adult that was born here at the zoo, would you be willing to loan out one of your female lowland gorillas, or male mandrill in exchange?
The Western Lowland Gorilla is a species that I, personally, hope to start a conservation program very soon, so I am not really breeding/moving animals until that is done. :) I am not doing any of that to make it easier for myself.

We could defiantly send over our male Mandrill. He brings fresh genetics (as most of Rockchester's animals do) and hasn't bred before. He's got experience with females, so he'd make a fine companion. How long were you planning to loan him?
That would be great, thank you. Our pygmy hippo is currently on her way to your facility :)

We are currently relocating and rebuilding our entire primate housing area, the mandrill enclosure has already been completed so he will be staying there. After a period of adjustment and introduction then hopefully he will be comfortable enough with our young adult female. If all goes to plan then around a period of two weeks should be sufficient, if they get on exceptionally well and mate before then, then he can be returned before then.
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Artemis
Jul 12 2018, 06:57 PM
PrimevalBrony
Jul 11 2018, 10:16 AM
ABS will be willing to take in the Eastern Bongo and Okapi pair for you and in exchange we are willing to give you 1.1.0 Masai Giraffe
That is fine. Our eastern bongo is the first that was born here at the zoo. The okapi are a breeding pair who have produced one female already. Are the giraffes related?
The giraffes aren’t related
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Jul 14 2018, 01:42 AM
Artemis
Jul 12 2018, 06:57 PM
PrimevalBrony
Jul 11 2018, 10:16 AM
ABS will be willing to take in the Eastern Bongo and Okapi pair for you and in exchange we are willing to give you 1.1.0 Masai Giraffe
That is fine. Our eastern bongo is the first that was born here at the zoo. The okapi are a breeding pair who have produced one female already. Are the giraffes related?
The giraffes aren’t related
Great, the Okapis and Bongo are on their way to you now.
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