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The Official Zoo Designers Hangout; discuss anything relevant to making Zoos
Topic Started: Mar 2 2013, 10:01 PM (172,694 Views)
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Mr. 1859

Here you can discuss anything about Zoos.

I have some Thomson's Gazelle for my zoo in Arizona and I want to put them in an exhibit with an animal. I was thinking an antelope or something. However I'd kind of want something cooler. Its got to be an arid biome animal. Anyone have any ideas?

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caviar
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Why not guinefowls or oryxes?
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Mr. 1859

I like the idea of Gemsbok but they aren't found in the wild together.
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Well guinefowls,as caviar said, always look nice. Maybe add wildebeest or an antelope that isn't used alot like a roan antelope or a sable antelope ;)
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Mr. 1859

Roan Antelope sounds perfect. There is one in Artio right?
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Yes but is unreleased yet.
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I'm a little of in inspiration for create combos, so what foliage should be great for Brazil
CRG, what about another gazelle, a Dama's Gazelle?
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Mr. 1859

For Brazil I think is tropical. I'd go for the spike grass. Probably tropical biome. Some Palm trees and the guioa, and some darker trees the same color as the Guioa. I'd probably try and find a flower in my flower pack that looks good with it also. For fence I'd probably go for Sophies latest dark wooden fence with a dark roof.
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Beisa oryx are find in arid environments and coexhist with Thomsons, so i would go for them ;)
other options IMo are Grant's gazelle and gerenuk
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Thank-you for the tips, I got some inspiration and I will make a tree like your suggestion
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Mr. 1859

I love the Beisa. Thats my choice. I'll use Slice's Beisa. Thank you so much. If we were allowed to send pointies I'd so send you some.
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I made an elephant complex.
But I need to build some enclosures around it.
Do you guys know some nice animals which fit with elephants?

I already have chickens, flamingo's, prezwalski horses, buffalo's, red river hogs and ocelots.
(I'm going to show the zoo here soon)
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Mr. 1859

I'd say a tapir would be a nice choice.
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i've been planning a vehicle safari area for a future project of mine. do you think southern white rhinos coul be left free roaming with the other animals and the cars ?
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I think as long as they are docile herbivores that they would be fine. Not like hippos or water buffallo. Anything territorial would be bad. I think things like Gazelle or Zebras would work.
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