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« Reply #30 on: June 22, 2006, 04:14:19 AM »

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grizzly.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: grizzly
 
Grizzly Bear
 
The mighty grizzly bear evolved about one million years ago, probably from the
black bear family. Grizzlies, or brown bears, are one of the largest North
American mammals. In some areas, male grizzlies can reach weights of up to
1,800 pounds, but those found in the lower 48 states do not generally weigh
more than 600 pounds. The grizzly has a hump of muscle on its shoulders and
thick, shaggy fur that is sometimes tipped with silver ends. This fur can be a
variety of colors: black, cinnamon, red, or blond. The grizzly is not a
climber. Instead, their claws are well adapted to digging for food, such as
roots and rodents.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Coniferous Forest; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
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)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Tank Filter (MM)
 
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):
 60 Coniferous Floor, 10 Fresh Water, 30 Deciduous Floor
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 20 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Yellow Cedar 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 100 grid squares):
 28 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 100 squares, 5 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #31 on: June 22, 2006, 04:16:24 AM »

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hippo.ai date: Thu May  1 16:25:06 2003
*** Warning: cHabitat does not have max [cSuitableObjects] habitat value.
Animal Type: hippo
 
Hippopotamus
 
"Hippopotamus" is the Greek word for "river-horse," a name that aptly
describes these large, semi-aquatic mammals. On land, this animal is second
only to the elephant in size, and the size of its mouth is second only to that
of the whale. Unique among land animals, the hippo can open its jaw a full 180
degrees, thereby creating its distinctive yawn.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Bush, Umbrella Thorn Tree, Tall Grass, Water Reed
 Broadleaf Bush, Monkey Puzzle Tree (DD), Sigillaria Tree (DD)
 Senegal Date Palm (ES)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Medium Savannah Rock (DD), Termite Mound (ES)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Tank Filter (MM)
 
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):
 48 Fresh Water, 11 Dirt, 11 Savannah Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 2 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Acacia Caffra 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 70 grid squares):
 3 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #32 on: June 22, 2006, 04:18:27 AM »

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ibex.ai date: Fri Apr 11 15:14:28 2003
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Animal Type: ibex
 
Ibex
 
The alpine ibex is an extraordinarily nimble goat that lives high in the
mountains of central Europe. It is found near the snow line in the Alps and in
other mountainous regions, at elevations of 6,500 to 11,500 feet. Once hunted
almost to extinction, this animal was saved by the Italian royal game
preserves. It has now been reintroduced to much of its former range.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Highland; Location: Eurasia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Large Lean-to.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Himalayan Birch Tree, Himalayan Pine Tree, Sage Bush
 
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: 3-10 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 42 Gray Stone, 3 Grass, 12 Brown Stone, 3 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 2 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Himalayan Pine 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):
 14 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 60 squares, 9 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #33 on: June 22, 2006, 04:19:43 AM »

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jaguar.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: jaguar
 
Jaguar
 
The jaguar ranks after the lion and the tiger in size, making it the third
largest cat in the world. In appearance, the jaguar greatly resembles the
leopard, although it is larger and stockier in build, with a shorter tail.
Another way to differentiate between the two species is by the pattern of the
coat: the jaguar's markings consist of dark rings surrounding a lighter area
containing several dark spots. As with leopards, there are also black jaguars.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: South America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
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:
 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
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-2 with 18 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 36 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 36 grid squares):
 27 Rainforest Floor, 4 Dirt, 5 Fresh Water

Foliage (for exhibit with 36 grid squares):
 5 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 5 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 36 grid squares):
 9 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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serow.ai date: Thu May 22 13:01:54 2003
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Animal Type: serow
 
Japanese Serow
 
The endangered mountain climbing goat known as the serow is one of Japan's
national treasures. The scientific name of this animal is Capricornis crispus.
Its common name, serow, is the name used for the Sumatra serow by the Lapchas
people of the Himalayas.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Deciduous Forest; Location: Asia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 96.
Preferred shelter: Large Lean-to.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Wild Olive Tree, Elm Tree, Pacific Dogwood Tree, Cherry Tree, Maple Tree
 Thornless Mesquite Tree, Birch Tree, Trembling Aspen Tree, Globe Willow Tree
 Japanese Maple Tree, Deciduous Bush, Weeping Willow Tree, White Oak Tree
 Gingko Tree (DD), Glossopteris Tree (DD), Magnolia Tree (DD), Bonsai (CC)
 Snowbell Tree (CC)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-7 with 30 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 24 Deciduous Floor, 6 Brown Stone, 9 Grass, 6 Fresh Water, 15 Gray Stone
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 3 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Snowbell Tree (CC)
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 3 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 24 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 60 squares, 5 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #35 on: June 22, 2006, 04:23:21 AM »

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javrhino.ai date: Wed May  7 18:26:32 2003
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Animal Type: javrhino
 
Javan Rhinoceros
 
The Javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus) is the rarest of the world's large
mammals. Javan rhinos are very large indeed - up to ten feet long, five feet
high and weighing as much as two tons. Loose folds of dusky gray skin give the
appearance of armor plating. The skin is hairless and consists of polygonal
disks that resemble the scales of a reptile. Although Javan rhinos have small
eyes and poor vision, their wide nostrils and erect ears give them acute
senses of smell and hearing.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Southeast Asia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 96.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
 
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, Tank Filter (MM)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-2 with 50 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 100 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 60 Rainforest Floor, 10 Dirt, 20 Grass, 10 Fresh Water

Foliage (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 12 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Foxtail Palm Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 12 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 #36 on: June 22, 2006, 04:24:56 AM »

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komodo.ai date: Fri Mar 14 11:44:32 2003
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Animal Type: komodo
 
Komodo Dragon
 
The Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) is the world's largest lizard. The
largest specimen of this giant member of the monitor family was recorded at
over ten feet long and weighing over 300 pounds.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Southeast Asia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 96.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Ulmo Tree, Mangrove Tree, Elephant Ear Tree, Foxtail Palm Tree
 Llala Palm Tree, Rainforest Bush, Rainforest Fern, Orchid 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:
 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: 1-3 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 16 Rainforest Floor, 8 Sand, 8 Gray Stone, 8 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 2 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 2 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 10 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 40 squares, 1 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #37 on: June 22, 2006, 04:27:13 AM »

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leopard.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: leopard
 
Leopard
 
The leopard can be found throughout most of sub-Saharan Africa, much of
southern Asia, and parts of the Middle East. This animal has the largest
distribution among wild cats.
    (plus 8 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Acacia Tree, Thorn Bush, Baobab 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)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 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):
 48 Savannah Grass, 4 Dirt, 14 Rainforest Floor, 4 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 11 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Thorn Acacia 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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« Reply #38 on: June 22, 2006, 04:28:42 AM »

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lion.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: lion
 
Lion
 
The lion is the largest African carnivore. The native habitat of the lion is
the wide savannah of central and southern Africa. This region's wide swaths of
tall grasses provide excellent coverage for lions on the hunt, and the
occasional tree provides shade for resting lions. The lion spends over 20
hours a day resting, usually in the shade of trees or rocks. However, the lion
is a very athletic cat, capable of impressively long and high leaps. They are
also terrific climbers.
    (plus 4 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Acacia Tree, Thorn Bush, Yellow Fever Tree
 Baobab 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)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Small Lion Rock, Large Lion Rock
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 3-10 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 48 Savannah Grass, 3 Sand, 6 Dirt, 3 Fresh Water

Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 5 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 5 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 14 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #39 on: June 22, 2006, 04:30:05 AM »

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llama.ai date: Tue Oct 29 13:47:04 2002
*** Warning: cPrefIconID 7071 is not in [cSuitableObjects] with value > 0.
Animal Type: llama
 
Llama
 
The llama is a native of South America's Andes mountains, related to camels
and alpacas. The scientific name of this animal is llama glama. Baby llamas
are commonly known by their Spanish name - la cria.
    (plus 5 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Highland; Location: South America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 96.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Bamboo, Western Larch Tree, Paper Birch Tree, Himalayan Birch Tree
 Western Juniper Tree, Himalayan Pine Tree, Sage Bush
 
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: 4-20 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 4 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 45 Gray Stone, 6 Dirt, 6 Snow, 3 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 3 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Western Juniper Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 3 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 5 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 60 squares, 5 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #40 on: June 22, 2006, 04:31:33 AM »

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lochness.ai date: Thu Jun 12 12:02:00 2003
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Animal Type: lochness
 
Loch Ness Monster
 
The Loch Ness Monster is one of the most famous undiscovered animals in the
world. In Scotland it is fondly known as Nessie. This aquatic animal (or its
ancestors) is said to have lived in Loch Ness, Britain's largest freshwater
lake, for over two thousand years. The earliest evidence of Nessie's existence
are standing stones found in the area of the lake. These stones contain Pict
carvings, dating back to the first century AD. The carvings show a swimming
beast with a serpentine body, long beak, flippers in place of feet, and a long
tail - a creature resembling no known animal. Later, Scottish folklore warned
children that a malevolent water creature might try to lure them into the
depths of the lake with promises of a ride on its back, only to drown the
children once they left shore. The earliest written record of Nessie dates
from 565 AD, when Saint Columba is described as saving a man from a large sea
serpent that had crawled out of the lake.
    (plus 4 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Aquatic; Location: Europe
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
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, Large Rock - 1, Large Rock - 2, Large Rock - 3, Large Rock - 4
 Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small, Small Rock - 7, Small Rock - 8
 Small Rock - 9, 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)
 
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):
 85 Fresh Water, 5 Brown Stone, 10 Sand
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 4 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 4 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 100 grid squares):
 24 Small Ocean Floor Rock (MM), which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #41 on: June 22, 2006, 04:33:40 AM »

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gorilla.ai date: Wed Apr  9 16:09:12 2003
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Animal Type: gorilla
 
Lowland Gorilla
 
Gorillas are the largest primates, weighing up to 400 pounds. There are three
subspecies of gorillas: the eastern lowland gorilla, the western lowland
gorilla, and the mountain gorilla. The eastern lowland gorilla is endangered,
with a population of only 3,000 to 8,000 individuals. Although the western
lowland gorilla is the most numerous of the subspecies, its survival is still
threatened, and only a few hundred mountain gorillas remain. The eastern
lowland gorilla is blacker in color than the mountain gorilla and has shorter
hair, a longer face, and a broader chest than the western lowland gorilla. In
all three subspecies, the male gorillas develop silver backs as they mature.
    (plus 8 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Large Concrete Shelter.
Animal can jump.
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:
 Gorilla Climbing Bars
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-10 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 28 Rainforest Floor, 4 Dirt, 8 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 6 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Elephant Ear Tree
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 10 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 40 squares, 2 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #42 on: June 22, 2006, 04:35:39 AM »

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magnet.ai date: Fri Aug 30 14:56:34 2002
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Animal Type: magnet
 
Magnet
 
Magnet, the winning animal in the Beast in Show campaign, is a 13-year-old
male polar bear from the Baltimore Zoo. Magnet has been a favorite among
visitors of all ages since his arrival to Baltimore in 1990. Born at the
Toledo Zoo in 1988, Magnet received his name when keepers noticed that the
young bear never left his mother's side. He was like a magnet to her.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Tundra; Location: Arctic
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Snowy Rock Cave.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
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, Iceberg (MM)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Snowy Rock - Formation, Ice Floe (MM), Tank Filter (MM)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-3 with 35 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 70 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 35 Snow, 35 Salt Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 No foliage should be used.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 70 grid squares):
 11 Small Snowy Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #43 on: June 22, 2006, 04:37:38 AM »

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tapir.ai date: Wed May  7 18:28:02 2003
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Animal Type: tapir
 
Malaysian Tapir
 
The Malayan tapir (Tapirus indicus) is native to Burma, Thailand, the
Indochinese peninsula, and Sumatra. This ungulate (hooved) mammal is also
known as the somset and the mu-nam (water pig). Water pig is an appropriate
name for this very large but harmless animal. Tapirs have the body shape of a
huge pig, with a stumpy tail and a snout that resembles that of an anteater.
The largest females have been known to weigh as much as 800 pounds and some
have grown to be 4 feet tall and 8 feet long.
    (plus 4 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Southeast Asia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 98.
Preferred shelter: Large Concrete Shelter.
Animal can swim in water terrain.
Animal can swim in tanks.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Mangrove Tree, Foxtail Palm Tree, Rainforest Bush, Rainforest Fern
 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: 1-4 with 25 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 50 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 35 Rainforest Floor, 5 Dirt, 5 Fresh Water, 5 Grass

Foliage (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 8 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Foxtail Palm Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 8 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 12 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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mandrill.ai date: Wed Apr  9 16:10:40 2003
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Animal Type: mandrill
 
Mandrill
 
Biologist Charles Darwin called the mandrill the most vividly colored specimen
in mammaldom. These large monkeys have white eyelids, blue cheeks, red noses,
yellow beards, and lilac-colored rumps. Male mandrills are twice the size of
females, ranging between 50 and 90 pounds, and their colorful markings become
much brighter when they reach sexual maturity. Their size and their long
canine teeth make the adult male mandrill the most formidable of any monkey.
    (plus 7 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)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 3-20 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):
 7 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 7 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 7 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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