Don't make yourself bad! you don't have to be an artist for that. i draw everything from above, not really detailed, on a quad paper and every square is for the 4x4m panel.You definitely wouldn't want to see how bad I'm at drawing
The Mandrill enclosures I saw have actually pretty dense foliage, if I remember correctly.I've started to build a Rope Roof (due to us not having Mesh Roof Pieces) for the Mandrill Outdoor Enclosure. I would love to open the Primate House soon but I need to research first if it is possible to plant a Mandrill Enclosure because at least other big Primates often seem to destroy Foliage in their Enclosure. Maybe something more robust like Bamboo
I think I've seen somewhere a planted Enclosure either with Drills or Mandrills but that was Years ago, so I'm not completely sure
Thanks. Then I'll add some Plants in Areas that are also reachable by the Animals. I think after that there isn't much Work left until I can finally open the Primate HouseThe Mandrill enclosures I saw have actually pretty dense foliage, if I remember correctly.
Sounds awesome. I would love it to see this giant Waterfall.Community Challenge final day for me, and I managed to stay on track enough to release 50 aquatic animals. (Mostly caimans and gharials -- which finally aged up!).
Along the way, I played around a bit with the new waterfall blocks, and spent way too much time painting the terrain for my hippos in a way that's supposed to match the hills and presumptive stomping patterns throughout their enclosure. When finished, the giant waterfall will serve as the backdrop for the hippos, Since they need lots of space, I'm hoping that it will serve as a focal point, and I'm trying to place it in a way that guests can see it from multiple viewing spots.