Haha, that's brilliant!
I'm crying This is perfection!
Thanks for the Information. I thought it would be a funny Picture where a Zookeeper is dancing and behind him a Bear is running towards himKeeper will perform any immediate tasks before dancing, and will not dance in a habitat.
Thanks for sharing. That's absolutely great
don't forget beaver! Beavers, otters, lynx, moose, and other deer species are all highly requested. Having both a Europe and North America pack would make it possible to cover all these animals. Maybe the Roosevelt Elk, Mountain Lion, Beaver, and Red/Arctic Fox for the NA pack, and the Lynx, Otter, Ibex, and Moose for Europe.I would prefer more African animals, but there are enough interesting animals in Europe to make a DLC of four, even if we not include the seal species:
Elk (moose in the US) or Red Deer, Eurasian or Iberian lynx, Eurasian badger, ibex.
Frontier could even include the Saiga, because there are a few in Europe left
Well at least some of a few zoo games had complete set of big 5.Eh, I'd rather have the Amur leopard. The "big five" is only a concept important to trophy hunters.
Does not change the fact NZ Fanatic stated. "The big five" is historical not a zoo term but a trophy hunter term. It has no meaning for zoos whatsoever. Of course you can wish for the five animals to be included in a zoo game. But they are just as random as every other 5 animals, because no zoo aims for "having the big five", but instead for "having a wide variety of species to raise conservation awareness."Well at least some of a few zoo games had complete set of big 5.
Zoo Tycoon 1, Zoo Constructor (no full leopard subspecies name given) and Zoo Tycoon 2 (plus African Adventures and downloadible black leopard whose location was Africa)
I don't think we need to linger on older uses of that term - nowadays it's mostly used for tourists.Does not change the fact NZ Fanatic stated. "The big five" is historical not a zoo term but a trophy hunter term. It has no meaning for zoos whatsoever
Will an interesting one to add. Bit curious which Leopard will make the cut.That said, I second the wish for an Amur Leopard
I'm not bothered about having the "big five" as a thing although I'd happily have those animals but it's something I associate with safaris (not that I have ever been on one) rather than hunting and I know people who have been on safari holidays in Africa (no hunting) and they used the term.I don't think we need to linger on older uses of that term - nowadays it's mostly used for tourists.
A quick way to show people that their tour include these animals - trying to give a positive swing to originally a bad term. (because that term won't disappear)
This is amazing, stunning