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« Reply #45 on: June 22, 2006, 04:41:07 AM »

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markhor.ai date: Fri Apr 11 15:14:52 2003
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Animal Type: markhor
 
Markhor
 
The markhor is an endangered species of wild goat found in the rugged
mountains of central Asia.   Largest of the goats, this animal's most
distinctive feature is a pair of thick, heavy, spiraling horns, which have
been known to exceed 5 feet in length.   Males have long hair on the chin,
throat, chest, and shanks.   Females are much smaller than males.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Highland; Location: Himalayas
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
 Large Snowy Rock - Medium, Large Snowy Rock - Large, Highland Rock - Large
 Medium Highland Rock (DD)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Rock Formation - Highland
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-7 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 24 Gray Stone, 2 Grass, 12 Snow, 2 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 1 grid square should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Himalayan Birch 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):
 13 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 40 squares, 8 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #46 on: June 22, 2006, 04:42:38 AM »

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mexwolf.ai date: Wed Jun 11 11:16:08 2003
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Animal Type: mexwolf
 
Mexican Gray Wolf
 
The Mexican gray wolf (Canus lupis baileyi) is the smallest subspecies of the
gray wolves. Sometimes referred to as Lobo (the Spanish word for wolf), these
wolves are most likely extinct in the wild.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Deciduous 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, 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:
 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 4-10 with 35 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 4 adults): 140 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 140 grid squares):
 70 Deciduous Floor, 14 Dirt, 14 Fresh Water, 28 Grass, 14 Coniferous Floor
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 140 grid squares):
 8 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Pacific Dogwood 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 140 grid squares):
1 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #47 on: June 22, 2006, 04:44:37 AM »

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moose.ai date: Tue Sep 18 19:11:12 2001
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Animal Type: moose
 
Moose
 
The majestic moose is the largest member of the deer family, measuring up to
7.5 feet in height. They can be found throughout the northern forests of North
America, Europe, and Russia. Male moose (bulls) are much larger than female
moose (cows); a large bull can weigh up to twice as much as a typical cow.
During most of the year, the bull is distinguished by a magnificent set of
antlers, having an average spread of 4 to 5 feet and as many as 30 tines. The
shape of these antlers is unique to the individual. Mature males shed their
antlers once a year in the winter and replace them with larger ones. Other
characteristics of the moose include large muscular shoulders, a "bell" or
dewlap of skin under the chin, a drooping nose, long legs, and a small tail.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Deciduous Forest; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Elm Tree, Pacific Dogwood Tree, Cherry Tree, Lodgepole Pine Tree, Maple Tree
 Fir Tree, Pine Tree, Yew Tree, Birch Tree, Spruce Tree, Yellow Cedar Tree
 Trembling Aspen Tree, Weeping Willow Tree, White Oak Tree
 Western Red Cedar Tree, Chinese Fir Tree, Broadleaf Bush, Pine Bush
 Club Moss Shrub (DD), Walchian Conifer Tree (DD), Dawn Redwood Tree (DD)
 Gingko Tree (DD), Glossopteris Tree (DD), Lepidodendron Tree (DD)
 Magnolia Tree (DD), Monkey Puzzle 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: 1-3 with 20 squares for each adult.

Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 20 Deciduous Floor, 4 Fresh Water, 8 Grass, 8 Coniferous Floor
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 6 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Weeping Willow Tree
 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 40 grid squares):
 3 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #48 on: June 22, 2006, 04:46:15 AM »

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mntnlion.ai date: Wed Sep  5 07:48:28 2001
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Animal Type: mntnlion
 
Mountain Lion
 
Mountain lions have the widest distribution of any wild cat, ranging from
Canada to South America. Depending on the region, mountain lions may be called
pumas, cougars, panthers, painters, catamounts, deer tigers, American lions or
Mexican lions.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Highland; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Western Larch Tree, Paper Birch Tree, Western Juniper 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: 1-2 with 30 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 42 Brown Stone, 3 Grass, 12 Gray Stone, 3 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 3 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Sage Bush
 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):
 17 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 60 squares, 10 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #49 on: June 22, 2006, 04:47:38 AM »

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okapi.ai date: Tue Sep  4 20:05:42 2001
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Animal Type: okapi
 
Okapi
 
The okapi is a shorter-necked relative of the giraffe, standing just 5 to 6
feet high. Okapis are found in the tropical rainforests of the Democratic
Republic of the Congo, which contains an Okapi Wildlife Reserve. About 5,000
of the estimated 30,000 living okapis are thought to dwell there, protected by
the government. Okapis are found in the densest parts of the rainforest at
middle elevations. They tend to frequent river banks and stream beds.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Large Lean-to.
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: 1-2 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 34 Rainforest Floor, 2 Dirt, 3 Grass, 1 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 8 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Rainforest Bush
 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 40 grid squares):
 2 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #50 on: June 22, 2006, 04:49:11 AM »

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baboon.ai date: Mon Jul 29 18:14:40 2002
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Animal Type: baboon
 
Olive Baboon
 
Olive baboons are found in equatorial Africa. These primates have black faces
with prominent brow ridges, close-set eyes above dog-like muzzles, and
powerful bodies covered with olive-brown brindled fur. Males weigh about 55
pounds, females weigh about 30 pounds. Adult males have long, sharp, canine
teeth and a cape-like mantle of fur on the shoulders.
    (plus 8 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; 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:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Bush, Yellow Fever Tree, 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)
 
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):
 40 Savannah Grass, 5 Dirt
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 45 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 45 grid squares):
 7 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #51 on: June 22, 2006, 04:50:30 AM »

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orngutan.ai date: Tue May 13 16:55:52 2003
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Animal Type: orngutan
 
Orangutan
 
At one time, orangutan was the name given to several species of large ape. In
the Malay language, it means "man of the jungle", so it was descriptive of
many of the great apes. Today, the name orangutan refers to Pongo pygmaeus,
the world's largest tree dwelling animal.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Rainforest; Location: Southeast Asia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 98.
Preferred shelter: Large Concrete Shelter.
Animal can jump.
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)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Orangutan Jungle Gym (ES), Orangutan Rope Swing (ES)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-8 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, 10 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 9 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 9 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 8 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
 
Elevation: Of the 50 squares, 3 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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ostrich.ai date: Tue Sep  3 16:04:30 2002
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Animal Type: ostrich
 
Ostrich
 
The ostrich is the largest living bird. Adult males can stand up to nine feet
tall and weigh up to 345 pounds, while females are somewhat smaller. Males
have black plumage with white wing and tail plumes; females are dull grayish
brown in color. Ostriches have small heads poised on long, mobile necks. Their
bills are broad and flat. Their two-inch panoramic eyes provide these birds
with excellent eyesight. Their eyes are actually larger than their brains.
Ostriches have bare legs and are unique among birds in having only two
forward-pointing toes. Possessing extremely advanced immune systems, mature
ostriches are very robust birds and have a lifespan of about 50 years both in
and out of the wild. Ostriches do very well in captivity.
    (plus 6 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 Bush, 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: 2-12 with 10 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 20 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 20 grid squares):
 18 Savannah Grass, 1 Dirt, 1 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 20 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 20 grid squares):
 2 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #53 on: June 22, 2006, 04:54:34 AM »

Results From Configuration Checking:
 
walrus.ai date: Thu May  1 16:16:30 2003
*** Warning: cHabitat does not have max [cSuitableObjects] habitat value.
*** Warning: Item id 7096 has multiple settings in [cSuitableObjects].
*** Warning: Item id 7097 has multiple settings in [cSuitableObjects].
*** Warning: Item id 7098 has multiple settings in [cSuitableObjects].
Animal Type: walrus
 
Pacific Walrus
 
The scientific name of the walrus, Odobenus rosmarus, means "tooth-walker."
This refers to the two most noticeable characteristics of the walrus--the
elongated tusks, and the ability to walk on land using flippers. The walrus is
the only living member of the Pinniped family (seals, sea lions, and walruses)
with external tusks.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Aquatic; Location: Arctic 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), Large Ocean Floor Rock (MM)
 Medium Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Iceberg (MM), Isle Rock (MM)
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Tank Filter (MM), Snowy Rock - Formation, Ice Floe (MM)
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 1-4 with 60 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 120 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 120 grid squares):
 72 Salt Water, 12 Gray Stone, 36 Snow
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 120 grid squares):
 14 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Arctic Grass (DD)
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 14 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 120 grid squares):
 29 Small Ocean Floor Rock (MM), which is its most liked rock.
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« Reply #54 on: June 22, 2006, 04:56:16 AM »

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zebra.ai date: Tue Sep  3 16:04:30 2002
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Animal Type: zebra
 
Plains Zebra
 
The plains zebra is one of three migratory animals that dominate the East
African savannah. Large numbers of herd animals travel together in an
established pattern following the rains. Once the grass in an area is
exhausted, they move on. The zebra will often go before their fellow
herbivores, trampling and cropping the taller grasses for those following. In
zoos, zebras are supplied with mineral salt blocks and are fed alfalfa and
grass hay, alfalfa cubes, and mixed pellets.
    (plus 3 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:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Acacia Tree, 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: 3-20 with 15 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 45 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 43 Savannah Grass, 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):
 4 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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polarbr.ai date: Thu Jun  5 15:45:02 2003
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Animal Type: polarbr
 
Polar Bear
 
Polar bears are found in all the northern polar regions, which include parts
of Russia, Norway, Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. Polar bears have enormous
ranges, traveling an average of 5,500 miles a year or 15 miles a day.
    (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
 
Other specifically liked items:
 Snowy Rock - Formation, Tank Filter (MM), Ice Floe (MM), Icy Keg (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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przewals.ai date: Fri May 16 12:02:16 2003
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Animal Type: przewals
 
Przewalski's Wild Horse
 
In 1879, N.M. Przewalski discovered a species of wild horse on the Asian
steppes. Przewalski's wild horse is the only known surviving species of wild
horse, and an important ancestor to the modern domestic horse. Prehistoric
European cave paintings of these horses prove that they once ranged over an
enormous area. Today, they exist only in captivity.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Grassland; Location: China
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 96.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Broadleaf Bush, Monkey Puzzle Tree (DD)
 
Rocks:
 Large Rock, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 
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):
 31 Grass, 5 Dirt, 7 Gray Stone, 2 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 45 grid squares):
 1 grid square should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Broadleaf Bush
 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):
 4 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 #57 on: June 22, 2006, 05:04:34 AM »

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kangaroo.ai date: Tue Sep  3 16:04:30 2002
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Animal Type: kangaroo
 
Red Kangaroo
 
Red kangaroos are the world's largest marsupials. Despite the name, not all
red kangaroos are red. In the eastern part of their range, males are usually
some shade of red and females are blue-gray; elsewhere, both sexes may be
reddish brown. Male kangaroos are called "boomers," female kangaroos are "blue
fliers," and young are called "joeys." Red kangaroos are found primarily in
the dry grasslands and plains of central Australia. The terrain in this region
consists of savannah-like grasses interspersed with barren areas of dry dirt,
sand, and the occasional rock. Kangaroos prefer open areas, with a sparse
scattering of native bushes and trees for shade. Kangaroos are semi-nomadic,
and their movements are not restricted by most types of fencing.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Australia
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Large Lean-to.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Eucalyptus Tree, Hard Quandong Tree, Red Gum Tree, Grass 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: 1-3 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 40 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 24 Savannah Grass, 3 Sand, 12 Dirt, 1 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 40 grid squares):
 2 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Eucalyptus 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):
 3 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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reindeer.ai date: Wed Jan  8 12:46:48 2003
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Animal Type: reindeer
 
Reindeer
 
Immortalized as Santa Claus' beasts of burden, reindeer have been domesticated
for more than 2000 years. Reindeer live in arctic and sub-artic regions,
predominately in Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Russia, though they have also
been introduced in North America. They are well adapted to arctic tundra and
the rugged evergreen forest that borders it. The species that reindeer belong
to are well-known for their marathon-like migrations, which they undertake to
insure a steady supply of food.
    (plus 6 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Tundra; Location: Arctic
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 97.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Spruce Tree, Yellow Cedar Tree, Western Red Cedar Tree, Christmas Tree
 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
 
Exhibit Construction:
 
Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 6-15 with 30 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 6 adults): 180 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 180 grid squares):
 135 Snow, 18 Gray Stone, 27 Grass
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 180 grid squares):
 5 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 5 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.
 
Rocks (for exhibit with 180 grid squares):
 14 Small Snowy Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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Animal Type: sablea
 
Sable Antelope
 
The beautiful sable antelope can be found in wooded savannah regions of
Africa, south of the equator. This antelope is large and well-built, often
weighing over 600 pounds. The short glossy coat of the male antelope tends to
be black, while the female's coat is generally a lighter chestnut color. Both
males and females have distinctive white markings on their face, chests,
bellies and inner legs. Sable antelopes have large ears, short manes and long
tails with tufted tips. Their heads are crowned with long, ridged,
scimitar-like horns, with those of the males being longer and having a more
pronounced curve than those of the females.
    (plus 7 other paragraphs)
 
Animal Characteristics:
 
Habitat: Savannah; Location: Africa
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Preferred shelter: Large Stable.
Animal can jump.
 
Exhibit Preferences:
 
Foliage:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Acacia Tree, Yellow Fever Tree, Umbrella Thorn Tree
 Tall Grass, Khejri 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: 3-15 with 20 squares for each adult.
 
Exhibit size (for 3 adults): 60 grid squares
 
Terrain (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 57 Savannah Grass, 3 Fresh Water
 
Foliage (for exhibit with 60 grid squares):
 7 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 7 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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