This is

**Tallinn Zoo**, they built a new great habitat a couple years ago. It houses 2 bears, including the one in my profile pic. It's one of the largest habitats and is about

**6100 sq meters**, including backstage and viewing areas for visitors. So the real size for the bears is smaller.

I'm not going to put all the screenshots, but if you want any in particular I can put it here too. My measurements are always larger than the real dimensions and most of the times include paths, visitor areas and backstage buildings.

**Ranua Zoo**in Finland has

**5600 sq meters**

Copenhagen Zoohas

Copenhagen Zoo

**4500 sq meters**, but I think I've also included the brown bear habitat, so it is actually smaller.

**Berlin Tierpark**has

**4000 sq meters.**

Berlin Zoo has a smaller habitat of 2800 sq meters.

Vienna Zoois the same size approx,

Berlin Zoo has a smaller habitat of 2800 sq meters.

Vienna Zoo

**2750 sq meters.**

Hamburg Zoohas

Hamburg Zoo

**4700 sq meters.**

Hannover Zoohas

Hannover Zoo

**5100 sq meters.**

Rotterdam Zoohas

Rotterdam Zoo

**5900**

**sq meters,**one of the largest too.

**Moscow Zoo has 2300 sq meters.**

Saint Petersburghas one of the smallest with

Saint Petersburg

**1600 sq meters**(and I was too generous when measuring).

**Prague Zoo**was difficult to measure, so I added extra space to be sure. It's

**between 2000 - 3000 sq meters.**

In

**Australia**, Sea World has

**4300 sq meters**(probably much less since I've added all the backstage buildings).

**Singapore Zoo**has a big building of 5600

**sq meters,**but there are other animals such as wolverines and foxes too.

**Ueno Zoo**in Tokyo has only

**1600 sq meters.**

Let's move to America

**Toronto Zoo**has 4800

**sq meters.**

Detroit Zoohas the largest habitat I've found so far with

Detroit Zoo

**8200 sq meters**, but again including paths, backstage and a seal habitat, if I'm not mistaken.

**Alaska Zoo**has a surprisingly small habitat of 1300

**sq meters.**

Brookfield Zoohas 5800

Brookfield Zoo

**sq meters,**but there might be other bears there too.

**Buffalo Zoo**has

**3100 sq meters.**

Cincinnati Zoowas hard to see because of the trees. It seems a small habitat of

Cincinnati Zoo

**1300 sq meters.**

Colombus Zoohas

Colombus Zoo

**5900 sq meters.**

Lincoln Zooin Chicago has

Lincoln Zoo

**2800 sq meters.**

Maryland Zoohas

Maryland Zoo

**4200**

**sq meters.**

Memphis Zoohas

Memphis Zoo

**4500 sq meters.**

North Carolina Zoohas

North Carolina Zoo

**3900**

**sq meters.**

Rio Grande Zoohas

Rio Grande Zoo

**2300 sq meters.**

San Diego Zoohas

San Diego Zoo

**4600 sq meters,**but I've been generous because the view it is not very clear.

**SeaWorld in San Diego**has

**4000 sq meters,**but the building also houses belugas and seals, so it must be much smaller for the bears (although I think they don't have anymore)

**Toledo Zoo**has

**4200 sq meters.**

Utah Zoohas

Utah Zoo

**4500 sq meters,**but there are many paths, so it will be much smaller.

Now let's go back to the game:

This simple habitat for 2 bears has

**10017**

**sq meters**(7276 sq meters of land + 2741 sq meters of water).

**Because of the traversable area**, which is quite unobstructed, the real space for the bears is 6601 sq meters of land (I lose 600 sq meters) and 2224 sq meters of water (I lose 500 sq meters), which makes a total of

**8825 sq meters.**The game requirements are 6500+2125 sq meters, so when I have cubs, the habitat won't be large enough again.

I haven't found any single zoo close to that requirement of real traversable space for the bears. I that hope Frontier ends up realising that it is not realistic at all and that the traversable area makes it even worse. If Frontier want to prove that they do take justified feedback into account, this should be fixed when they add the diving animation to the polar bear.

Sorry for the long post.