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« Reply #15 on: June 22, 2006, 03:40:48 AM »

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bongo.ai date: Wed Sep  5 07:48:28 2001
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Animal Type: bongo
 
Bongo
 
The bongo is a strikingly beautiful forest antelope that is found in parts of
Kenya, the Congo Basin, East Africa, and West Africa. They are the largest of
the forest antelopes; males can weigh close to 900 pounds, and females up to
600 pounds. Bongos have rich chestnut coats, with each individual displaying a
unique pattern of camouflaging white stripes along its side. Both sexes have
heavy spiraled horns. There are two subspecies of bongo, the mountain bongo
from Kenya, which is endangered, and the western or lowland bongo, which is
listed as near threatened. All bongos in captivity are mountain bongos.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Elephant Ear Tree, Rainforest Bush, Orchid Tree, Thouarsus Cycad Tree (DD)
 Fern Bush (DD), Leptocycas Tree (DD), Williamsonia Tree (DD)
 Fallen Rainforest Tree (ES), Rainforest Stump (ES), Rafflesia (ES)
 Giant Ficus Tree (ES), Durian Tree (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Stone Ruins
 Rainforest Rock - Formation, Mossy Rainforest Rock (ES), Limestone Rock (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 3-15 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 42 Rainforest Floor, 6 Dirt, 12 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 7 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Elephant Ear Tree
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 5 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #16 on: June 22, 2006, 03:43:09 AM »

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sealion.ai date: Thu May  1 16:19:02 2003
*** Warning: Item id 7061 has multiple settings in [cSuitableObjects].
*** Warning: cPrefIconID 7062 is not in [cSuitableObjects] with value > 0.
Animal Type: sealion
 
California Sea Lion
 
California sea lions make their home along the Pacific coast of North America.
Their range extends from British Columbia in Canada to the southern tip of
Baja California in Mexico. In addition, there is a second population of
California sea lions existing in the Galapagos Islands. Sea lions congregate
on rocky and sandy beaches of coastal islands and mainland shorelines.
    (plus 8 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Aquatic; Location: Pacific Ocean
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Water Lily, Water Reed, Bald Cypress Tree (DD), Horsetail (DD)
 Sea Anemone (MM), Barnacles (MM), Beach Grass (MM), Brittle Sea Star (MM)
 Clam Bed (MM), Orange Cup Coral (MM), Divercate Tree Coral (MM)
 Feather Duster Worm (MM), Fire Coral (MM), Kelp (MM), Sea Lettuce (MM)
 Red Gorgonian (MM), Sargassum (MM), Sand Dollar (MM), Sea Cucumber (MM)
 Sea Star (MM), Seaweed (MM), Sea Grass (MM), Sea Sponge (MM)
 Stove Pipe Sponge (MM), Tube Worm (MM), Purple Sea Urchin (MM)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Medium Aquatic Rock (DD)
 Small Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Medium Coral Formation (MM)
 Large Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Medium Ocean Floor Rock (MM)
 Large Coral Formation (MM), Iceberg (MM), Isle Rock (MM)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Tank Filter (MM), Advanced Trick Area (MM), Dolphin Ball (MM), Orca Ball (MM)
 Dolphin Hoop (MM), Orca Stage (MM), Sea Lion Beach Ball (MM)
 Sea Lion Squeeze Horn (MM), Sea Lion Raft (MM), Sea Otter Ball (MM)
 Sea Otter Hoop (MM), Raft (MM)
 
Exhibit Construction:

Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-16 with 35 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 70 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 63 Salt Water, 7 Gray Stone
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 2 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Water Lily
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 2 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 8 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #17 on: June 22, 2006, 03:46:32 AM »

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cheetah.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: cheetah
 
Cheetah
 
Cheetahs are unique cats found today primarily in sub-Saharan Africa, with
small populations also existing in Iran and Russia. The oldest cheetah
fossils, discovered in North America, date from about 4 million years ago.
This animal was common throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America
until about 10,000 years ago, when major climactic changes at the end of the
last Ice Age caused many mammals to die out. Genetically, all cheetahs living
today are as closely related as identical twins, which has led to the theory
that the current cheetah population is descended from a single female and a
few closely related males. This lack of genetic diversity makes the cheetah
particularly vulnerable to disease.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Thorn Bush, Yellow Fever Tree, Umbrella Thorn Tree, Tall Grass
 Sigillaria Tree (DD), Senegal Date Palm (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Medium Savannah Rock (DD), Termite Mound (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-3 with 50 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 100 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 90 Savannah Grass, 10 Dirt

Foliage (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 7 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Thorn Bush
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 7 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 16 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #18 on: June 22, 2006, 03:47:44 AM »

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chimp.ai date: Tue Mar 19 12:22:22 2002
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Animal Type: chimp
 
Chimpanzee
 
Chimps are our closest living relatives. In appearance, they somewhat resemble
monkeys, but lack tails and facial hair. They have long arms with opposable
thumbs and are able to use tools. Chimps are extremely intelligent animals; in
captivity they have been taught to communicate using sign language.
Observations of these animals in their native habitat show that chimpanzees
exhibit culture: different bands of chimps display variations in acquired
skills and habits.
    (plus 4 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Large Concrete Shelter.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb objects.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Elephant Ear Tree, Rainforest Bush, Orchid Tree, Thouarsus Cycad Tree (DD)
 Fern Bush (DD), Leptocycas Tree (DD), Williamsonia Tree (DD)
 Fallen Rainforest Tree (ES), Rainforest Stump (ES), Rafflesia (ES)
 Giant Ficus Tree (ES), Durian Tree (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Stone Ruins
 Rainforest Rock - Formation, Mossy Rainforest Rock (ES), Limestone Rock (ES)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Small Chimpanzee Bars, Large Chimpanzee Bars
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 3-15 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 45 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 38 Rainforest Floor, 2 Dirt, 5 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 9 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Orchid Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 9 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 7 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 45 squares, 1 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #19 on: June 22, 2006, 03:49:02 AM »

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cloulep.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: cloulep
 
Clouded Leopard
 
Despite their name, clouded leopards are not members of the leopard family,
but are a separate species of wild cat, as are snow leopards. Clouded leopards
are the only members of the genus Neofelis.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Southeast Asia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Mangrove Tree, Foxtail Palm Tree, Rainforest Fern, Thouarsus Cycad Tree (DD)
 Fern Bush (DD), Leptocycas Tree (DD), Williamsonia Tree (DD)
 Fallen Rainforest Tree (ES), Rainforest Stump (ES), Rafflesia (ES)
 Giant Ficus Tree (ES), Durian Tree (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Stone Ruins
 Rainforest Rock - Formation, Mossy Rainforest Rock (ES), Limestone Rock (ES)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Waterfall Rock - Formation, Cat Climbing Tree
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-2 with 35 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 70 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 56 Rainforest Floor, 14 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 11 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Mangrove Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 11 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 17 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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wildebst.ai date: Tue Sep  3 16:04:30 2002
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Animal Type: wildebst
 
Common Wildebeest
 
The common wildebeest is a large, bearded antelope found on the savannah
grasslands of central and southern Africa. It is a grazing animal, using its
teeth to take large bites of the short green grass it favors. This preference
for the shorter grasses allows the wildebeest to eat its fill, even when
grazing in close proximity to other species. In captivity, the wildebeest
enjoys a steady diet of grasses and other greens.
    (plus 4 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Large Lean-to.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Thorn Acacia Tree, Tall Grass, Sigillaria Tree (DD), Senegal Date Palm (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Medium Savannah Rock (DD), Termite Mound (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 3-25 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 45 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 36 Savannah Grass, 2 Sand, 5 Dirt, 2 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 1 grid square should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Tall Grass
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if the grid square contains 4 of this plant.

Rocks (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 2 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #21 on: June 22, 2006, 03:52:47 AM »

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dromcaml.ai date: Wed Sep  5 16:03:18 2001
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Animal Type: dromcaml
 
Dromedary Camel
 
The dry, arid desert environment of North Africa is home to the dromedary
camel. This harsh and unforgiving terrain is known for its exceedingly high
temperatures, lack of water, and vast empty expanses of sand, broken only by
the occasional stretch of dirt or rocky ground. Camels are well-adapted to the
harsh conditions of their desert habitat and prefer it above all others.
Camels are no longer found in the wild, being completely domesticated. They
are commonly referred to as "the ships of the desert" by the native peoples of
North Africa who use them as beasts of burden.
    (plus 3 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Desert; Location: North Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Palm Tree, Quiver Tree, Prickly Pear Cactus, Sand Bush (NA)
 Doum Palm Tree (NA), Yucca Tree (ES), Agave Cactus (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Desert Rock - Formation
 Medium Desert Rock (DD), Small Desert Rock (ES), Large Desert Rock (NA)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-10 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 35 Sand, 4 Dirt, 1 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 1 grid square should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Palm Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if the grid square contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 5 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #22 on: June 22, 2006, 03:54:37 AM »

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eleseal.ai date: Thu May  1 16:26:14 2003
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Animal Type: sealion
 
Elephant Seal
 
The northern elephant seal, or Mirounga angustirostris, is the second largest
seal in the world (the southern elephant seal is the largest). An adult male
of the species can grow over 13 feet long and weigh as much as 5,000 pounds.
The elephant seal gets their name from the large nose of the mature male
members of this species, which normally resembles the trunk of an elephant.
When these animals get angry, however, they can inflate their noses to warn
off their rivals in dominance fights.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Aquatic; Location: Northern Pacific Ocean
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Horsetail (DD), Arctic Birch Tree (DD), Arctic Grass (DD), Arctic Bush (DD)
 Beach Grass (MM)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Small Snowy Rock - Medium, Small Snowy Rock - Small
 Large Snowy Rock - Medium, Large Snowy Rock - Large
 Small Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Medium Coral Formation (MM)
 Large Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Medium Ocean Floor Rock (MM)
 Large Coral Formation (MM), Iceberg (MM), Isle Rock (MM)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Tank Filter (MM), Snowy Rock - Formation, Ice Floe (MM), Raft (MM)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-6 with 50 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 100 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 75 Salt Water, 15 Gray Stone, 10 Snow
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 6 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Beach Grass (MM)
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 6 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 24 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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emppeng.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: emppeng
 
Emperor Penguin
 
Emperor penguins are the largest species of penguin, standing 3.7 feet tall
and weighing 60 to 90 pounds. As birds that spend most of their lives at sea,
penguins have traded flight for the ability to swim underwater. Emperor
penguins swim at speeds ranging from five to almost nine miles per hour. They
are terrific divers; dives of up to 1,700 feet in depth and 18 minutes in
length have been recorded.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Tundra; Location: Antarctica
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 20.
Preferred shelter: Snowy Rock Cave.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Arctic Birch Tree (DD), Arctic Grass (DD), Arctic Bush (DD)
 
Rocks:
 Small Snowy Rock - Medium, Small Snowy Rock - Small
 Large Snowy Rock - Medium, Large Snowy Rock - Large
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Snowy Rock - Formation, Tank Filter (MM), Ice Floe (MM), Raft (MM)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-16 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 30 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 18 Salt Water, 12 Snow
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 No foliage should be used.

Rocks (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 7 Small Snowy Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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gemsbok.ai date: Wed Sep  5 16:03:18 2001
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Animal Type: gemsbok
 
Gemsbok
 
Gemsbok are the largest of the straight-horned African antelopes. They range
in small herds of variable size. Gemsbok are striking animals, with
distinctive black stripes marking their faces, throats, and backs. Their horns
are very long and straight. Gemsbok have excellent eyesight, hearing, and
smell.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Desert; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Palm Tree, Quiver Tree, Prickly Pear Cactus, Sand Bush (NA)
 Doum Palm Tree (NA), Yucca Tree (ES), Agave Cactus (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Desert Rock - Formation
 Medium Desert Rock (DD), Small Desert Rock (ES), Large Desert Rock (NA)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 3-15 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 42 Sand, 9 Savannah Grass, 6 Dirt, 3 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 2 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Palm Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 2 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.

Rocks (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 5 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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anteater.ai date: Tue Sep  4 20:05:40 2001
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Animal Type: anteater
 
Giant Anteater
 
Giant anteaters are primarily found in the savannahs and grasslands of Central
and South America. These animals are gray with distinctive black and white
markings, and their narrow bodies are about the size of a large dog. Anteaters
are covered in coarse hair, which helps to protect them from insect bites.
Anteaters lack teeth and their jaws can only open half an inch. Their chief
distinguishing characteristic is an extremely long, cylindrical snout, which
the anteater thrusts directly into ant and termite colonies when searching for
food.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: South America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Large Burrow.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Ulmo Tree, Llala Palm Tree, Kapok Tree, Thouarsus Cycad Tree (DD)
 Fern Bush (DD), Leptocycas Tree (DD), Williamsonia Tree (DD)
 Fallen Rainforest Tree (ES), Rainforest Stump (ES), Rafflesia (ES)
 Giant Ficus Tree (ES), Durian Tree (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Stone Ruins, Rainforest Rock - Formation, Mossy Rainforest Rock (ES)
 Limestone Rock (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-3 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 30 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 24 Rainforest Floor, 2 Grass, 3 Dirt, 1 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 4 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Ulmo Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 4 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 No rocks should be used.
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panda.ai date: Tue Sep 18 19:11:12 2001
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Animal Type: panda
 
Giant Panda
 
The giant panda is one of the rarest and most critically endangered species in
the world, with probably no more than 1,100 left in the wild. The giant panda
lives in the highlands of Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Gansu provinces in southwest
China, at elevations between 5,000 and 10,000 feet. The damp climate supports
dense stands of bamboo, the panda's primary food source. The landscape is
varied, composed of forest floor broken by grass, gray rock, and snow. This
forbidding, inaccessible terrain also offers a defensive advantage for the
panda.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Highland; Location: China
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 99.
Preferred shelter: Panda Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Bamboo, Himalayan Birch Tree, Himalayan Pine Tree
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Highland Rock - Large
 Medium Highland Rock (DD)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Rock Formation - Highland
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-2 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 32 Coniferous Floor, 2 Gray Stone, 2 Snow, 1 Fresh Water, 3 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 5 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Himalayan Birch Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 5 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 3 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 40 squares, 5 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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giraffe.ai date: Tue Sep  3 16:04:30 2002
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Animal Type: giraffe
 
Giraffe
 
Giraffes dwell on the African savannah south of the Sahara Desert. They are
generally found in wooded grassland areas. The word "giraffe" comes from the
Arab word xirapha (zee-RAF-ah), which means "the one that walks very fast."
The Egyptians and Greeks believed that these creatures were a mixture of camel
and leopard, and so called them "camelopards." The giraffe's hide, with its
unique pattern of dark brown spots upon a tan background, provides it with
excellent camouflage against the savannah plain. An individual giraffe's
markings are as unique as a fingerprint.
    (plus 4 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Large Giraffe Shelter.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Acacia Tree, Yellow Fever Tree, Baobab Tree
 Umbrella Thorn Tree, Sigillaria Tree (DD), Senegal Date Palm (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Medium Savannah Rock (DD), Termite Mound (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-10 with 35 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 70 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 58 Savannah Grass, 4 Sand, 7 Dirt, 1 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 9 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Umbrella Thorn Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 9 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 3 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #28 on: June 22, 2006, 04:05:17 AM »

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graywolf.ai date: Tue Sep  4 20:05:42 2001
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Animal Type: graywolf
 
Gray Wolf
 
As the largest member of the dog family, a gray wolf can weigh anywhere from
70 to 115 pounds and is bigger than the average German shepherd dog. The coat
of the gray wolf can actually range in color from pure white to coal black. It
is believed that all dogs are descended from Middle Eastern wolves that were
tamed around 12,000 years ago.
    (plus 8 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Coniferous Forest; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Wild Olive Tree, Elm Tree, Pacific Dogwood Tree, Cherry Tree
 Lodgepole Pine Tree, Maple Tree, Fir Tree, Pine Tree, Thornless Mesquite Tree
 Birch Tree, Spruce Tree, Yellow Cedar Tree, Trembling Aspen Tree
 Globe Willow Tree, Japanese Maple Tree, Deciduous Bush, Weeping Willow Tree
 White Oak Tree, Western Red Cedar Tree, Club Moss Shrub (DD)
 Walchian Conifer Tree (DD), Dawn Redwood Tree (DD), Gingko Tree (DD)
 Glossopteris Tree (DD), Lepidodendron Tree (DD), Magnolia Tree (DD)
 Norfolk Island Pine Tree (DD), Bonsai (CC), Snowbell Tree (CC)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation, Coniferous Forest Rock - Formation
 Medium Coniferous Rock (DD)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 4-20 with 35 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 4 adults): 140 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 140 grid squares):
 70 Coniferous Floor, 7 Fresh Water, 28 Deciduous Floor, 35 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 140 grid squares):
 20 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Spruce Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 20 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 140 grid squares):
 11 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #29 on: June 22, 2006, 04:06:51 AM »

Results From Configuration Checking:
 
flamingo.ai date: Tue Sep  3 16:04:30 2002
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Animal Type: flamingo
 
Greater Flamingo
 
The word flamingo comes from the Latin word for flame. Greater flamingos are
beautiful birds known for their distinctive pink plumage and their long,
graceful necks and legs. They reach an average height of four feet, making
them one of the tallest birds in the world.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Thorn Bush, Tall Grass, Water Reed, Sigillaria Tree (DD)
 Senegal Date Palm (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Medium Savannah Rock (DD), Termite Mound (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-20 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 30 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 18 Fresh Water, 3 Sand, 3 Savannah Grass, 6 Dirt
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
 1 grid square should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Water Reed
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if the grid square contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 30 grid squares):
1 Medium Savannah Rock (DD), which is its most liked rock.
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