That hurts D:I did something stupid today. I bought an expensive African elephant with good stats for about 5000 cc (there were no cheaper ones anyway) just to immediately realise she was 85.5 years old. She died une minute after sending her to the habitat . I knew elephants live long, but not that long .
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I did something stupid today. I bought an expensive African elephant with good stats for about 5000 cc (there were no cheaper ones anyway) just to immediately realise she was 85.5 years old. She died une minute after sending her to the habitat . I knew elephants live long, but not that long .
Would like to see a few Screenshots of that Llama Enclosure. The Escape Problem does also exist for BongosI built a nice yard and barn today for a group of llamas. The front of the exhibit that faces the public is a ditch lined with rocks (and the null barrier). Moved the llamas in and checked the habitat map to make sure there were no escape points. Everything looked good. And then the llamas had their first offspring. So cute! I watched the young llama running around the yard. Then it ran right up to the ditch and leaped right over! Checked the habitat map for the young llama and there were a number of escape points along the ditch. Not for the adults, just for the young one. I would not have expected the offspring to have a better leaping ability than the adults!
And for a tropical water loving animal like the tapir, you would think they would tolerate the rain. But every time it rains they head right into the shelter I made for them. Every time!
Looks good even though it looks a bit flat in most Places for a Ibex Enclosure. It's great that you've also built one because I think if many People build Ibex Enclosures it might be more likely to get them in the Game somedayI've used the backside of the rocks in my seal habitat to make a habitat for Alpine ibex (Dall sheep to the rescue!). The underwater viewing area is below the rocks. Maybe I should move them to other habitat with more elevation differences, but then I don't know what animal could fit in this habitat.
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