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                                GAME | Zoo Tycoon (version 10.10.00.0006)
                            PLATFORM | PC
                              AUTHOR | CGorman
                               EMAIL | cgorman02@hotmail.com
                          GUIDE TYPE | FAQ/Walkthrough
                           DEVELOPER | Microsoft/Bluefang
                                DATE | 10th June 2002
                             VERSION | 1.1
                          % COMPLETE | 30%


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                      C O P Y R I G H T | D I S C L A I M E R
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PROBLEM.
   PLEASE REMEMBER ~ THIS FAQ IS COPYRIGHT IRISHMILLIONAIRE 2002.

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                        T A B L E  | O F | C O N T E N T S
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SECTION 1  | INTRO
SECTION 2  | EXBITS
SECTION 3  | ANIMALS
*SECTION 4  | PEOPLES | FAVORITE | ANIMALS
*SECTION 5  | MANAGEMENT
*SECTION 6  | WALKTHROUGH
*SECTION 7  | LISTS
*SECTION 8  | DETAIL
*SECTION 9  | BUILDING | AN | EXIBIT | FOR...
SECTION 10 | HELP
SECTION 11 | THE END

* = Not yet added

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SECTION | 1 |           | I N T R O D U C T I O N |
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============
[ Contents ]
============

1.1 | Introduction
1.2 | Version History
1.3 | Requirements
1.4 | Installing
1.5 | Game Types
1.6 | Building an Exibit
1.7 | Buildings

======================
[ 1.1 | Introduction ]
======================

   Yet another tycoon game, what are they thinking! Well its no harm even if
there are already plenty of them. I'm not here to critize or make statments
about this game, that would be wasting space. I AM here to help you get the
most of the game without resorting to cheats etc., so thats why I have
included so much about the game, as you can see the table of contents is
taking up over three pages on its own. So please read on.

                                                   irishmillionaire

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[ 1.2 | Version History ]
=========================
 _______ _____ _________________________________ ____________________________
|Version|  %  | Date Started - Date Finished    | Details                    |
|=======|=====|=================================|============================|
| 1.0   | 20% |  4th April 2002 - 13th May 2002 | Wrote, Sections 1,2,10 & 11|
|       |     |                                 | (60KB)                     |
| 1.1   | 30% |  10th June 2002 - 20th June 2002| Updated Animals and started|
|       |     |                                 | next section.              |
|_______|_____|_________________________________|____________________________|

======================
[ 1.3 | Requirements ]
======================

~ Multimedia personal computer with a Pentium 233 or higher processor.
~ Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 95 OSR2, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition
  Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
~ 32 Megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended (128 MB recommended for Windows XP).
~ 250 MB of available hard disk space for a minimum installation (requires CD
  in the CD-ROM drive to play the game); 350 MB for a full installation.
~ 150 MB of available hard disk space for a cache file.
~ 4X CD-ROM drive.
~ Super VGA video display with 4 MB of VRAM.
~ Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device.
~ Sound card and speakers or headphones (recommended for hearing audio).

====================
[ 1.4 | Installing ]
====================

   To install this game you insert the disk and wait for the setup to start
automatical, if not double-click My Computer and double-click the CD-ROM icon,
then double-click the setup icon. It will guide you through installation
itself. If you have problems installing and know that you have the requirments
you can ring a support line as listed at the end of this FAQ.

====================
[ 1.5 | Game Types ]
====================

   When starting the game you can choose from three different game types, they
are as follows:

[1] Scenario Game ~ Begin playing scenarios, win-or-lose games, with set
                    goals. There are tweleve games to clear, you can only play
                    certain ones until you clear the next.
[2] Freeform Game ~ Here you can play as you like on as big a map as you like,
                    with as much money as you like.
[3] Load Saved Game ~ Play a saved game that you have played and saved before.

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[ 1.6 | Building an Exibit ]
============================

   To build an exibit you will need to know which, fence, animal and terrain
you are going to use, to give you an idea I have an example below on how to
build an exibit for a Lion.


 Example 1.
============

Animal | Lion
Cost   | $700

[1]    First choose a fence, I would recommend the Iron Bar Fencing or Chain-
    Link Fencing, in the end I choose the Chain Link instead of the Iron Bar
    because it works just as well and only costs $70 instead of $180.

[2]    Next choose a exibit size (there is a list of recommended sizes at the
    end), the minimum size I would ever use is 8x8 (64 squares) and thats what
    I used it should cost a total of $2,240.

[3]    Now you should put an animal in the exibit, since the lion prefers to
    go around in small groups, two would be enough, one female and one male,
    they will probably have several cubs latter on, and cubs really are a big
    money spinner.

[4]    Next you most make the terrain right. You can check what the zookeeper
    thinks to make sure you get it right. At the end in the lists section of
    this FAQ you will find info on how to make suitable terrains. The lions
    is, 80% savannah grass, 13% dirt, 4% sand and 3% freshwater. Since we
    don't have a hundred squares to make it easy for us, we can round the
    figures off to what they should be.

    80  x  64  = 51 (.20)    Just leave out the point two.
    100    1

    13  x  64  =  8 (.32)    Leave out the point three two.
    100    1

    4   x  64  =  2 (.56)    Leave out the point five six.
    100    1

    3   x  64  =  1 (.92)    Add up all your points and add them to your one,
    100    1                 so you will have 3 squares.


[5]    You can now finish up by adding trees etc., you can check the list of
    animals favorite trees in the list section. Also add a few rocks and if
    it helps, you can add a toy.

[6]    Well done you now have a good exibit! Here is a list of things you just
    did.

    =COST=

Fence       | $2,240
Animals     | $1,400
Savannah    | $3,570
Dirt        | $0,160
Sand        | $0,060
Freshwater  | $0,090
Trees etc., | $1,000 approx.
             =======
Total       | $8,520 approx.

[7]    As you can see donations won't pay for the exibit too quickly, but
    things like shops and stalls will along with the entrance few and
    recycling income.


===================
[ 1.7 | Buildings ]
===================

 Animal Houses
===============

   During the game you can add animal houses and many other buildings, these
attract more people, they are as below.

[ 1] Birds of the Tropical Rainforest     +  5 Adults
                                          +  3 Childern
[ 2] Birds of Africa                      +  8 Adults
                                          +  5 Childern
[ 3] Raptors of the World                 + 10 Adults
                                          + 15 Childern
[ 4] Reptiles of the Rainforest           +  5 Adults
                                          +  5 Childern
[ 5] Deadly Snakes of the World           + 10 Adults
                                          + 15 Childern
[ 6] Primates of the World                +  5 Adults
                                          +  3 Childern
[ 7] Primates of Southeast Asia           +  6 Adults
                                          +  6 Childern
[ 8] Lemurs of Madagascar                 + 10 Adults
                                          + 15 Childern
[ 9] Scorpions of Africa                  +  5 Adults
                                          +  5 Childern
[10] Venomous Spiders                     +  8 Adults
                                          + 12 Childern


 Shops/Stalls
==============

[ 1] Snack Machine   COSTS |    $50   SELLS | Snacks
[ 2] Drink Machine   COSTS |    $50   SELLS | Drinks
[ 3] Gift Stand      COSTS |   $125   SELLS | Stuffed Pandas
[ 4] Ice Cream Stand COSTS |   $125   SELLS | Ice Cream
[ 5] Hot Dog Stand   COSTS |   $175   SELLS | Hot Dogs
[ 6] Drink Stand     COSTS |   $250   SELLS | Drinks
[ 7] Gift Shop       COSTS |   $600   SELLS | Coloring Books, Plastic Animals,
                                              Stuffed Pandas, and Zoo T-Shirts
[ 8] Burger Stand    COSTS |   $250   SELLS | Burgers
[ 9] Pizza Stand     COSTS |   $325   SELLS | Pizzas
[10] Restaurant      COSTS | $2,200   SELLS | Food!


 Other
=======

[ 1] Restroom          COSTS |   $120
[ 2] Family Restrom    COSTS |   $250
[ 3] Petting Zoo       COSTS |   $700
[ 4] Elephant Ride     COSTS | $1,200
[ 5] Animal Theater    COSTS | $1,300
[ 6] Japanese Garden   COSTS | $1,900
[ 7] Compost Building  COSTS | $1,500
[ 8] Carousel          COSTS |   $800
[ 9] Pony Ride         COSTS |   $700

   Later on I have far more on each Building.

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SECTION | 2 |             | C O N S T U C T I O N |
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============
[ Contents ]
============

2.1 | Fencing
2.2 | Paths
2.3 | Foliage
2.4 | Rocks
2.5 | Terrain
2.6 | Terrain Height

=================
[ 2.1 | Fencing ]
=================

========
=Basics=
========

 USE: Fences can be used to contain animals or impress guests.

=======
=COSTS=
=======

NAME | Iron Bar Fence             COST | $180.00
NAME | Woodslat Window            COST | $110.00
NAME | Concrete Chain Fence       COST | $150.00
NAME | Chain Link Fence           COST |  $70.00
NAME | Concrete Fence             COST | $200.00
NAME | Plexiglass Fence           COST | $150.00
NAME | Woodenslat Fence           COST | $110.00
NAME | Post and rail Fence        COST |  $90.00
NAME | Stick Pole Window          COST |  $75.00
NAME | Rock Wall                  COST | $150.00
NAME | Rock Window                COST | $150.00
NAME | Stick Pole Fence           COST |  $75.00
NAME | Low Iron Bar Fence         COST | $125.00
NAME | Low Wodden Slat Fence      COST |  $85.00
NAME | Low Stick Pole Fence       COST |  $55.00
NAME | Low Rock Wall              COST | $125.00
NAME | Low Post and Rail Fence    COST |  $70.00
NAME | Low Plexiglass Fence       COST | $125.00
NAME | Low Concrete Fence         COST | $125.00
NAME | Low Chain-Link Fence       COST |  $45.00
NAME | Low Concrete Chain Fence   COST | $125.00
NAME | Post and Rope Fence        COST |  $30.00  Only can be used as themeing
NAME | Low Hedge Fence            COST |  $85.00  Only can be used as themeing
NAME | Cast-Iron Fence            COST |  $65.00  Only can be used as themeing
NAME | Picket Fence               COST |  $30.00  Only can be used as themeing
NAME | White Fence                COST |  $60.00  Only can be used as themeing
NAME | Brick Wall                 COST |  $80.00  Only can be used as themeing

==============
=WHICH FENCE?=
==============

   Certain Fence can only hold certain animals as below.

 KEY
=====

1 = Iron Bar Fence             A = Low Iron Bar Fence
2 = Chain Link Fence           B = Low Wodden Slat Fence
3 = Concrete Chain Fence       C = Low Stick Pole Fence
4 = Concrete Fence             D = Low Rock Wall
5 = Plexiglas Fence            E = Low Post and Rail Fence
6 = Woodenslat                 F = Low Plexiglass Fence
7 = Post and rail              G = Low Concrete Fence
8 = Rock Wall                  H = Low Chain-Link Fence
9 = Stick Pole Fence           I = Low Concrete Chain Fence


Y = Yes
- = No

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African Buffalo        | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
African Elephant       | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
American Bighorn Sheep | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
American Bison         | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Arctic Wolf            | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| Y| Y| -| -| -|
Bengal Tiger           | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Black Bear             | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Black Leopard          | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Black Rhinosherous     | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
California Sea Lion    | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Cheetah                | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Chipanzee              | Y| -| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Clouded Leopard        | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Common Wildbeast       | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Dromedary Camel        | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Emperor Penguin        | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Gemsrok                | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Giant Anteater         | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Giraffe                | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Greater Flamingo       | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Grey Wolf              | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Grizzly Bear           | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Hippotamus             | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Ibex                   | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Jaguar                 | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Leopard                | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Lion                   | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Lowland Gorilla        | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Mandrill               | Y| -| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Markhor                | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Moose                  | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Olive Baboon           | Y| -| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Ostrich                | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Okapi                  | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Panda                  | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Plains Zebra           | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Polar Bear             | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Red Kangaroo           | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Saltwater Crocodile    | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
Siberian Tiger         | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Snow Leopard           | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Spotted Hyena          | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Thomson's Gazelle      | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
Warthog (African)      | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y|
White Bengal Tiger     | Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| Y| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -| -|
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======
=TIPS=
======

[1] Fences don't just have to be used to keep animals in, you can use some of
    them to theme your Zoo.
[2] When it comes to fences, the main thing to look out for, is cost, because
    if you can choose from 18 fences, and you are building a large exibit, the
    cheapest one may be cheaper be several thousned in caparison to even the
    normal fences, never mind the darest.

===============
[ 2.2 | Paths ]
===============

========
=Basics=
========

   USE: Paths are mainly used as a guide to were a guests should walk, there
        are several types including a golden path (this is not included below
        because it requires a cheat to activate it)

=======
=COSTS=
=======

NAME | Dirt Path                COST | $10.00
NAME | Sand Path                COST | $10.00
NAME | Asphalt Path             COST | $25.00
NAME | Concrete Path            COST | $25.00
NAME | Brick Path               COST | $50.00
NAME | Cobblestone              COST | $50.00

======
=TIPS=
======

[1] For paths leading to exibit enterances, recycling centres or other such
    places, use the "Dirt Path," because it is far cheaper, and will keep
    guests from wondoring off the main route.
[2] Try to build your park in such a way that guests can walk the whole way
    around the Zoo, and finish at the entrance, with the food area in the
    centre. The reason being, guests will see every single exibit, therfore
    giving more donations, secondly guests will never be far from the centre
    or rather the foodcourt, and thats where you make most of your money,
    thirdly it is cheaper to go in a circle around the Zoo, than to have paths
    everywere, fourtly, it leaves mantanince workers with a easier job,
    leaving you with less of a need to hire as many, finaly, it makes the
    exibits more excessable to the Zookeeper.
[3] Keep paths wide, if they are wide it leaves room for expansion, e.g. if a
    particuler part of the Zoo becomes popular, you can add several stalls and
    benchs. Also your guests will appricate the space more so and be in a
    better mood. My recomendation would be 5 squares wide in the normal parts
    of the Zoo, and up to 10 squares wide in the busy parts, as that leaves
    plenty of room for stalls, restaurants, rides etc.
[4] Be nice, don't go making your guests march through some dirt path, because
    thats what they are, there your GUESTS, and they can leave at any time
    they feel like it. But on the other hand its not the Queen who's solely
    going to your Zoo, so I would recommend a concrete path, not too lavish,
    but not too cheap. And remember, 1000 squares (a reasonable amount) of
    concrete path at a grand total of $25,000 is far cheaper than 1000 squares
    of Cobblestone path at a grand total of $50,000. Thats a saving of $25,000
    easily enough to build several exibits, or the equivilent of a whole years
    profit in a small Zoo in the first few years.
[5] Theme your paths with fountains, benchs, and trees, themeing makes guests
    feel better, and they will appricate it, also it can build up the Zoo
    rating big time.
[6] Don't forget to put bins everywere [within reason], because a Zoo with
    bins should only need half the amount of mantanince workers, and you must
    remember wages are the biggest regular cost.

=================
[ 2.3 | Foliage ]
=================

========
=Basics=
========

USE:     Foliage is necessary to help different animals settle in and to trick
         them into thinking there still in there natural habitats.
USE (2): You can also sell trees to make money by demolishing them.

=======  ==========
=COSTS= ~ Savannah
=======  ==========

NAME | Thorn Bush                     COST |  $20.00
NAME | Tall Grass                     COST |  $75.00
NAME | Acacia caffra Tree             COST | $125.00
NAME | Thorn Acacia Tree              COST | $150.00
NAME | Yellow Fever Tree              COST | $175.00
NAME | Unbrella Thorn Tree            COST | $210.00
NAME | Baobab Tree                    COST | $300.00
NAME | Khejri Tree                    COST | $165.00
NAME | Grass Tree                     COST | $125.00
NAME | Hard Quandong Tree             COST | $200.00
NAME | Eucalyptus Tree                COST | $225.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   Only some animals like certain trees, on the chart below, I have all the
savannah grass animals and trees, I also have there favorite trees marked.

 KEY
=====

1 = Thorn Bush               8 = Khejri Tree
2 = Tall Grass               9 = Grass Tree
3 = Acacia caffra Tree       0 = Hard Quandong Tree
4 = Thorn Acacia Tree        & = Eucalyptus Tree
5 = Yellow Fever Tree        F = Favorite
6 = Unbrella Thorn Tree      Y = Yes (the animal likes the tree)
7 = Baobab Tree              - = No (the animal doe's not like the tree)

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African Elephant                 | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - |
Olive Baboon                     | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - |
Plains Zebra                     | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Black Rhinosceros                | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | Y | - | - | - | - |
Thomson's Gazelle                | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Common Wildbeast                 | - | F | - | Y | - | - | - | - | - | Y | - |
Giraffe                          | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | Y | - | - | - | - |
African Buffalo                  | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Hippopotamus                     | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Lion                             | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | Y | - | - | - | - |
Cheetah                          | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Leopard                          | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - |
Spotted Hyena                    | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | Y | - | - | - | - |
Greater Flamingo                 | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Ostrich                          | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Warthog (African)                | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - |
Red Kangaroo                     | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | Y | F | Y |
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                                 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 0 | & |
==============================================================================

=======  ===========
=COSTS= ~ Grassland
=======  ===========

NAME | Broadleaf Bush         COST |  $65.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   O.K., not too many animals or trees!

 KEY
=====

1 = Broadleaf Tree
F = Favorite

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American Bison                                                           | F |
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                                                                         | 1 |
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=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Forest (Deciduous)
=======  ========================

NAME | Thornless Megquite Tree       COST | $125.00
NAME | Maple Tree                    COST | $100.00
NAME | Elm Tree                      COST | $125.00
NAME | Weeping Willow Tree           COST | $130.00
NAME | Birch Tree                    COST | $145.00
NAME | White Oak Tree                COST | $150.00
NAME | Cherry Tree                   COST | $175.00
NAME | Trembling Aspen Tree          COST | $200.00
NAME | Japanese Maple Tree           COST | $135.00
NAME | Decidusous Bush               COST |  $35.00
NAME | Globe Willow Tree             COST | $210.00
NAME | Wild Olive Tree               COST | $120.00
NAME | Pacific Dogwood               COST |  $25.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   A few more this time.

 KEY
=====

1 = Thornless Megquite Tree    A = Japanese Maple Tree
2 = Maple Tree                 B = Decidusous Bush
3 = Elm Tree                   C = Globe Willow Tree
4 = Weeping Willow Tree        D = Wild Olive Tree
5 = Birch Tree                 E = Pacific Dogwood
6 = White Oak Tree             Y = Yes (the animal likes the tree)
7 = Cherry Tree                F = Favorite
8 = Trembling Aspen Tree       - = No (the animal doe's not like the tree)

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                         | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | A | B | C | D | E |
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Black Bear               | - | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - | Y |
Moose                    | - | Y | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | - | - | - | - | Y |
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                         | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | A | B | C | D | E |
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=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Forest (Coniferous)
=======  ========================

NAME | Pine Bush                  COST |  $85.00
NAME | Chinese Fir Tree           COST | $125.00
NAME | Pine Tree                  COST | $100.00
NAME | Fir Tree                   COST | $125.00
NAME | Spruce Tree                COST | $145.00
NAME | Yellow Cedar Tree          COST | $145.00
NAME | Lodgepole Pine Tree        COST | $160.00
NAME | Western Red Cedar Tree     COST | $165.00
NAME | Yew Tree                   COST | $125.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   A whole tree animals now.

 KEY
=====

1 = Pine Bush                F = Favorite
2 = Chinese Fir Tree         Y = Yes (the animal likes the tree)
3 = Pine Tree                - = No (the animal doe's not like the tree)
4 = Fir Tree
5 = Spruce Tree
6 = Yellow Cedar Tree
7 = Lodgepole Pine Tree
8 = Western Red Cedar Tree
9 = Yew Tree

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Siberian Tiger                           | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y |
Grizzly Bear                             | - | - | Y | Y | Y | F | Y | Y | - |
Grey Wolf                                | - | - | Y | Y | F | Y | Y | Y | - |
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                                         | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 |
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=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Tropical Rainforest
=======  ========================

NAME | Rainforest Bush            COST |  $50.00
NAME | Orchid Tree                COST | $125.00
NAME | Elephant Ear Tree          COST | $185.00
NAME | Rainforest Fern            COST |  $45.00
NAME | Foxtail Palm               COST | $120.00
NAME | Mangrove Tree              COST | $155.00
NAME | Ulmo Tree                  COST | $120.00
NAME | Llala Palm Tree            COST | $175.00
NAME | Kapok Tree                 COST | $230.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   Ah, a decent amount of animals this time.

 KEY
=====

1 = Rainforest Bush       8 = Llala Palm Tree
2 = Orchid Tree           9 = Kapok Tree
3 = Elephant Ear Tree
4 = Rainforest Fern       - = No (the animal doe's not like the tree)
5 = Foxtail Palm          Y = Yes (the animal likes the tree)
6 = Mangrove Tree         F = Favorite
7 = Ulmo Tree

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Mandrill                                 | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - | - | - |
Chimpanzee                               | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - | - | - |
Bengal Tiger                             | - | - | - | Y | Y | F | - | - | - |
White Bengal Tiger                       | - | - | - | Y | Y | F | - | - | - |
Clouded Leopard                          | - | - | - | Y | Y | F | - | - | - |
Jaguar                                   | - | - | - | - | - | - | Y | Y | F |
Giant Anteater                           | - | - | - | - | - | - | F | Y | Y |
Black Leopard                            | - | - | - | Y | F | Y | - | - | - |
Okapi                                    | F | Y | Y | - | - | - | - | - | - |
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=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Highland
=======  ========================

NAME | Himalayan Birch Tree    COST | $125.00
NAME | Himalayan Pine Tree     COST | $180.00
NAME | Bamboo                  COST | $500.00
NAME | Sage Bush               COST |  $65.00
NAME | Paper Birch             COST | $125.00
NAME | Western Juniper Tree    COST | $125.00
NAME | Western Larch Tree      COST | $125.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   Three whole animals, how... boring.

 KEY
=====

1 = Himalayan Birch Tree     Y = Yes (the animal likes the tree)
2 = Himalayan Pine Tree      F = Favorite
3 = Bamboo                   - = No (the animal doe's not like the tree)
4 = Sage Bush
5 = Paper Birch
6 = Western Juniper Tree
7 = Western Larch Tree

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Markhor                                          | Y | Y | Y | F | - | - | - |
Ibex                                             | Y | F | Y | Y | - | - | - |
American Bighorn Sheep                           | - | - | - | F | Y | Y | Y |
Panda                                            | Y | Y | F | - | - | - | - |
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=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Desert
=======  ========================

NAME | Prickly Pear Tree     COST | $125.00
NAME | Quiver Tree           COST | $210.00
NAME | Palm Tree             C0ST |  $75.00
NAME | Saguaro Cactus        COST |  $80.00
NAME | Jashua Tree           COST | $125.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   Two animals and five trees?

 KEY
=====

1 = Prickly Pear Tree     F = Favorite
2 = Quiver Tree           Y = Yes (the animal likes the tree)
3 = Palm Tree             - = No (the animal doe's not like the tree)
4 = Saguaro Cactus
5 = Jashua Tree

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Gemsbok                                        |  Y  |  F  |  Y  |  Y  |  -  |
Dromedary Camel                                |  Y  |  F  |  Y  |  Y  |  -  |
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                                               |  1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |
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=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Saltwater
=======  ========================

NAME | Water Reed    COST | $60.00
NAME | Water Lily    COST | $35.00

=============
=Which Tree?=
=============

   The Crocodile and sea lion like both, with the favorite being the "Water
Reed."

=======  ========================
=COSTS= ~ Guests
=======  ========================

Guests appriciate all trees, but the following more so.

NAME | Flowerbed               COST |  $40.00
NAME | Large Flowerbed         COST |  $80.00
NAME | Spiral Topiary          COST | $150.00
NAME | Giraffe Topiary         COST | $200.00
NAME | Polar Bear Topiary      COST | $200.00
NAME | Rhinoceros Topiary      COST | $200.00
NAME | Elephant Topiary        COST | $225.00

===============
[ 2.4 | Rocks ]
===============

USES: Rocks can be used to theme exibits. They make the animals happier and
      they feel like there at home.

=======
=COSTS=
=======

NAME | Deciduous Forest Rock       COST |   $210.00
NAME | Coniferous Forest Rock      COST |   $310.00
NAME | Stone Ruins                 COST |   $450.00
NAME | Rainforest Rock             COST |   $350.00
NAME | Jungle Rock                 COST |   $500.00
NAME | Waterfall Rock              COST | $1,400.00
NAME | Highland Rock               COST |   $225.00
NAME | Rock Formation              COST |   $600.00
NAME | Small Snowy Rock            COST |    $75.00
NAME | Small Snowy Rock            COST |    $85.00
NAME | Large Snowy Rock            COST |   $175.00
NAME | Large Snowy Rock            COST |   $185.00
NAME | Snowy Rock                  COST |   $700.00
NAME | Desert Rock                 COST |   $300.00
NAME | Small Rock                  COST |    $55.00
NAME | Small Rock                  COST |    $75.00
NAME | Large Rock                  COST |   $150.00

===============
[ 2.5 Terrain ]
===============

   When building an exibit you have to "theme" it to make it resemble an
animals home, it is essential as your zoo can be stoped from buying more
animals, if the ones you already have are mistreated. The main thing needed
to "theme" an exibit is the terrain. They are as follows.

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NAME                  |   1 sq  |   10 sq  |   50 sq  |   75 sq  |   100 sq  |
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Dirt                  |  $20.00 |  $200.00 | $1000.00 | $1500.00 |  $2000.00 |
Sand                  |  $30.00 |  $300.00 | $1500.00 | $2250.00 |  $3000.00 |
Freshwater            |  $30.00 |  $300.00 | $1500.00 | $2250.00 |  $3000.00 |
Grass                 |  $40.00 |  $400.00 | $2000.00 | $2500.00 |  $4000.00 |
Rainforest            |  $50.00 |  $500.00 | $2500.00 | $3750.00 |  $5000.00 |
Brown/Grey Stone      |  $60.00 |  $600.00 | $3000.00 | $4500.00 |  $6000.00 |
Saltwater             |  $60.00 |  $600.00 | $3000.00 | $4500.00 |  $6000.00 |
Savannah              |  $70.00 |  $700.00 | $3500.00 | $5250.00 |  $7000.00 |
Deciduous floor       |  $80.00 |  $800.00 | $4000.00 | $6000.00 |  $8000.00 |
Coniferous floor      |  $80.00 |  $800.00 | $4000.00 | $6000.00 |  $8000.00 |
Snow                  | $100.00 | $1000.00 | $5000.00 | $7500.00 | $10000.00 |
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NAME                  |   1 sq  |   10 sq  |   50 sq  |   75 sq  |   100 sq  |
==============================================================================

========================
[ 2.6 | Terrain Height ]
========================

REASON: Some animals prefer to have a slight height difference in there
        exibits to make them feel at home.

USEING IT: Just move the mouse upwards on the selected area.

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SECTION | 3 |                 |  A N I M A L S |
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============
[ Contents ]
============

3.1 | Animal List
3.2 | Shelthers
3.3 | Toys
3.4 | Animal Notes

=====================
[ 3.1 | Animal List ]
=====================

NAME | African Buffalo            COST | $1,200
NAME | African Elephant           COST | $2,500
NAME | American Bighorn Sheep     COST |   $600
NAME | American Bison             COST | $1,500
NAME | Arctic Wolf                COST | $1,150
NAME | Bengal Tiger               COST |   $800
NAME | Black Bear                 COST |   $850
NAME | Black Leopard              COST | $1,600
NAME | Black Rhinosherous         COST | $1,200
NAME | California Sea Lion        COST |   $700
NAME | Cheetah                    COST | $1,600
NAME | Chipanzee                  COST | $1,500
NAME | Clouded Leopard            COST | $1,800
NAME | Common Wildbeast           COST | $1,000
NAME | Dromedary Camel            COST |   $900
NAME | Emperor Penguin            COST | $1,100
NAME | Gemsrok                    COST |   $900
NAME | Giant Anteater             COST |   $600
NAME | Giraffe                    COST | $1,600
NAME | Greater Flamingo           COST |   $750
NAME | Grey Wolf                  COST |   $900
NAME | Grizzly Bear               COST | $1,000
NAME | Hippotamus                 COST | $1,200
NAME | Ibex                       COST |   $625
NAME | Jaguar                     COST | $1,100
NAME | Leopard                    COST | $1,100
NAME | Lion                       COST |   $700
NAME | Lowland Gorilla            COST | $2,500
NAME | Mandrill                   COST | $1,300
NAME | Markhor                    COST | $1,400
NAME | Moose                      COST |   $700
NAME | Olive Baboon               COST |   $900
NAME | Ostrich                    COST | $1,100
NAME | Okapi                      COST | $1,800
NAME | Panda                      COST | $5,000
NAME | Plains Zebra               COST |   $800
NAME | Polar Bear                 COST | $1,500
NAME | Red Kangaroo               COST |   $600
NAME | Saltwater Crocodile        COST | $1,500
NAME | Siberian Tiger             COST | $1,000
NAME | Snow Leopard               COST | $2,400
NAME | Spotted Hyena              COST | $1,200
NAME | Thomson's Gazelle          COST |   $500
NAME | Warthog (African)          COST |   $600
NAME | White Bengal Tiger         COST | $1,500

==================
[ 3.2 | Shelters ]
==================

NAME | Small Concrete Shelter    CAPACITY | 2      COST | $125.00
NAME | Small Wood Shelter        CAPACITY | 2      COST | $175.00
NAME | Concrete Shelter          CAPACITY | 4      COST | $175.00
NAME | Small Burrow              CAPACITY | 2      COST | $200.00
NAME | Wood Shelter              CAPACITY | 4      COST | $225.00
NAME | Large Concrete Shelter    CAPACITY | 6      COST | $225.00
NAME | Small Lean-to             CAPACITY | 2      COST | $250.00
NAME | Small Stable              CAPACITY | 2      COST | $300.00
NAME | Large Wood Shelter        CAPACITY | 6      COST | $325.00
NAME | Burrow                    CAPACITY | 4      COST | $400.00
NAME | Lean-to                   CAPACITY | 4      COST | $450.00
NAME | Small Giraffe Shelter     CAPACITY | 3      COST | $500.00
NAME | Rock Cave                 CAPACITY | 4      COST | $500.00
NAME | Stable                    CAPACITY | 3      COST | $500.00
NAME | Small Elephant Shelter    CAPACITY | 3      COST | $500.00
NAME | Snowy Rock Cave           CAPACITY | 4      COST | $600.00
NAME | Large Burrow              CAPACITY | 6      COST | $600.00
NAME | Large Lean-to             CAPACITY | 6      COST | $650.00
NAME | Large Stable              CAPACITY | 5      COST | $700.00
NAME | Large Elephant Shelter    CAPACITY | 5      COST | $800.00

==============
[ 3.3 | Toys ]
==============

USE: To entertain your animals!

NAME | Small Lion Rock         ANIMALS | Lion                   COSTS |   $600
NAME | Large Lion Rock         ANIMALS | Lion                   COSTS | $1,200
NAME | Gorilla Climbing Bars   ANIMALS | Gorialla               COSTS | $1,000
NAME | Swinging Log            ANIMALS | Elephant               COSTS | $1,200
NAME | Cat Climbing Tree       ANIMALS | Clouded/Black Leopard  COSTS | $1,500
NAME | Small Chimpanzee Bars   ANIMALS | Chimpanzee             COSTS |   $800
NAME | Large Chimpanzee Bars   ANIMALS | Chimpanzee             COSTS | $1,500

======================
[ 3.4 | Animal Notes ]
======================

The following are extracts from the game, all copied manualy, over several
months so please don't just past them onto a website or new FAQ or whatever,
without my previous consent. A space like "(=text=)" is my own comment. The
reason for displaying this information, is that it contains a lot of usful
information, such as terrain type etc.

 AFRICAN BUFFALO [3.4.1]
===========================

   "The African, or Cape, Buffalo is the only African species of the Large
international Bovidae family, which includes the American Bison and European
domesticated Cattle."
   "The native habitat of the African Buffalo is the savannah grass of central
and southern Africa. Although these animals can survive under all sorts of
conditions found within this region, there ideal habitat is an open area
containing high grassy thickets and the occasional tree for cover, with access
to a permanent supply of water and mud for wallowing. The buffalo grazes on a
wide assortment of savannah grasses. Its long, prehensile tongue allows it to
consume the taller, coarse grass usually avoided by other herd animals."
   "The african buffalo roams in large herds. Each herd has an established
range that rarely overlaps the ranges of other herds. The social behavior
among buffalo, is highly coopartive; for instance, if a herd crosses into a
solitary bull's territary, that bull will lead the herd through its land, and
than allow the next bull to take over at the boundary. At rest, related
animals, within a herd will often lie with there backs touching or with chins
propped on each other's backs. In the open spaces of the African savannah,
buffalo herds can often contain 500 to 2500 individuals. Because of there
relitivly large size and need for space thy are kept in much smaller groups in
captivity."
   "African buffalos tend to be quiet animals, except for grunts and bellows
during the mating season. On the whole, the African buffalo is rather placid
except for when it is injured or threatened. When threatened, the buffalo will
aggressivly shake its head, presenting its formidable horns to the opponent.
An angry buffalo will also stamp its feet and charge. In a herd, this behavior
is contagious; one enraged buffalo can quickly upset the other animals. With
poor eyesight and hearing, these animals depend greatly an there keen sense of
smell, which can detect a predator 800 feet away."
   "Although adult buffalo, weighing in at 1,000 pound, are generaly safe from
attack, they will vigorously protect there young, from such predators as lions
and hyenas. On occasion, there thick hides enable them to escape, through
dense thornbushs, that would deter most animals. At a speed of up to 35mph,
buffalo are capable of outrunning a pursueing lion, but can be ambushed in
spite of this since it is difficult for them to get up to this speed quickly.
Only lions are capable of bringing down a healthy adult buffalo, and even then
they run a considerable risk of being treed, gored or trampled by an enraged
herd."

 AFRICAN ELEPHANT [3.4.2]
============================

   "The native habitat of the elephant is the open savannah of central and
southern Africa. In the wild, elephants occupy a wide geographic range, often
traveling many miles in a single day. In captivity, elephants need relitively
large exibits to live and move about. The more elephants the more space they
need. Elephants are generaly found in regions containing wide swaths of tall
grasses broken by the occasional stands of acacias and the large African
Baobob tree, which the elephants like to use for shade. Areas of dirt and sand
near waterholes form cool mud holes for the elephants to wallow in, and the
occasional rock provides a perfect scratching post for removing mud."
   "Elephants are herbivores, eating various grasses, hays and even trees. They
eat ferquently which is not surprising, given there enormous size. There long
flexible trunks, allow them to reach down to pull up tall grasses as well as
to reach up to pull down tasty branchs inaccessible even to a giraffe. In
captivity they are fed a varity of foods, including hay, brouse (e.g. acicia,
corn stalks, bamboo, mulberry, and fisus) apples, bananas, carrots, yam, barn,
and herbivore pellets."
   "Elephants are social animals. Although they are often found in groups of
up to 25 in the wild, keeping great numbers of elephants in a zoo would tax
even the wealtiest zoos. In captivity, groups of two to six individuals are
more conmmon. Elephants can quickly become upset when they don't have enough
contact of there own kind. An angry or upset elephant will make its familier
loud turmpeting sound. There highly social nature means that one angry
elephant can upset the rest of the herd."
   "Elephants are hardy animals that don't often get sick. When they do there
strong constitutions enable them to weather the illness a relitivly long time
before it becomes life-threatening. Elephants reproduce poorly in captivity."
   "As the largest land mammels in the world, elephants can afford to feel
relitively safe in the wild, at least from other animals. In general
elephants only tolerate there own kind. While they have nothing to fear from
even the largest predators, they still become very uneasy when placed in close
proximity of these animals. Even non-predatory buffalo and rhino can make
elephants uncomfortable."

 AMERICAN BIGHORN SHEEP [3.4.3]
==================================

   "American Bighorn Sheep posesses massive, brown-spriled horns and beautiful
brown fur. These animals live in the western mountains of North America,
ranging from southern Canada all the way to northern Mexico. Although bighorn
sheep are well-adapted to a range of elevations and tempeatures, they prefer
steep rocky regions and are attracted by open alpine meadows, containing a
varity of grasses and succulent, low-growing vegitation. In captivity the
natural diet of these sheep is suppulamented with alfalfa and grain pellets.
In the wild these animals will eagerly seek out mineral licks containing
salt."
   "Gregarious animals, bighorn sheep somtimes gather in herds of over 100
individuals. In the wild, herds consist of a dominent ewe and a mixture of
ewes, yearlings and lambs. Rams travel in small bands of their own, joining
the females during mating season."
   "Bighorn sheep are very alert and, in addtion to possessing keen hearing
and a good sense of smell, have remarkable vision that allows them to judge
distances accurately when jumping and locating footholes. They can spot other
animals moving from up to a mile away. Bighorn hooves are hard on the outside
and soft on the inside, and so act as shock absorbers, contributing to the
sheep's ability to rapidly scramble up rocky terrain."

 AMERICAN BISON [3.4.4]
==========================

   "The American Bison, somtimes referred to as the American Buffalo, once
comprised the largest community of wild animals in the history of the world.
By one estimate there were sixty million bison in North America when Colombus
landed. During the late 1800s, millions of these animals were wantonly
slaughtered, bringing them to the verge of extincition. Today bisonn live only
in parks and reserves or in privately owned herds across the United States,
and Canada. Bison herds usually contain about 60 individuals: amix of cows,
calves and young adults. Adult males range singly or in smaller groups."
   "The more common varity of bison, the plains bison, is by definition a
creature of the grassland. These animals trive on a varity of Grasses. In
captivity bison are generaly fed, alfalfa, hay or grain pellets. Bison need a
great deal of space and an adequate water supply, which they take once a day."
   "Bison are very alert animals, with a keen sense of smell and hearing. A
bison can detect a scent up to three kilometers away. They are also capable of
a varity of sounds such as a pig-like grunting when resting, snorting when
alarmed, and a loud bellowing when angry."
   "As the largest mammal on the North American continent, a healthy, adult
bison needs to have little fear of predatars. However a peaceful grazing
animal can change without warning into a snorting, pawing, 2,000-pound threat,
with a menacingly lowered head, and stiffly uprised tail. Bison can charge at
speeds of up to 30 mph. Both male and female bison have massive heads, which
are not only equipped with leatal horns, but are also effective as battering
rams. As if this arsonal was not enough, a bisons hind legs can also be used
to kill or maim any animal perceived to be a threat. Grizzly bears and cougers
were once formidable foes, but are now relativly uncommon in areas the bison
dwell today. Young old or sick bison may still be prayed upon by wolves
however."
   "Bison at rest may be seen rolling and wollowing. Wallows created by bison
are shallow, dust-filled depressions and were once a common feature of the
plains were bison roamed in large numbers."

 ARCTIC WOLF [3.4.5]
=======================

   "The Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the grey wolf. Arctic wolves have white
coats, which are thicker than the coats of southern wolves. Their ears are
smaller and more rounded, their muzzzles are slightly shorter, and their legs
are noticably shorter. They are also heavier in build, with a full-grown male
weighting as much as 175 pounds."
   "Arctic wolves live on the islands of the Canadian arctic, and on the
northern coast of Greenland, roughly north of 70(=degrees=) North latitude.
They inhabit a harsh world comprised of tundra, glacier valleys, and ice
fields. The ground in these regions is permanently frozen. Arctic wolves are
able to endure temperatures as low as -70(=degrees=) F. Due to its isolation
the arctic wolf is the purest of all wolf breeds."
   "As the terrain of arctic wolves is both inhospitable and inaccessible,
little is known about their behavior in the wild, esspecially during the long,
dark, winter months. Even the vast majority of Inuit live, live further south
than the arctic wolf. Research conducted duringing the summer indicates that
much of the Arctic Wolve's behavior is the same as that of its southern
cousin. Pack solidarity among Arctic wolves seems greater, probably due to the
fact that the lone wolf, is unlikely to survive in this environment. In the
wild the Arctic wolf generally lives about seven years, whereas in captivity,
it can live over 17 years."
   "Arctic wolves will eat any animal that they catch: from voles, lemmings,
hares and birds to caribou and musk oxen. When seeking larger prey, they must
hunt togeather in packs, as coribou and musk oxen are too powerful for any one
wolf to bring down alone. Since there is little cover in the region, the
wolves must approach an alerted herd that has already formed a defensive
circle, with the calves in the centre. The wolf pack circles the herd, trying
to force it to scatter so that the wolves can isolate the young or weak
members. A single musk ox will provide the wolves with enough food for several
days. Arctic wolves consume every part of their prey, including the skin, fur,
and bones."
   "Wolves usually live in small packs or family groups of seven to ten
individual members, consisting of a breeding pair, their cubs and their
offspring. The two dominant wolves are the alpha male and female, and other
pack members defer to them. Wolves communicate through postures and
expressions as well as with growls, houls, whimpers, whines and barks. A
single subtle body movement can express volumes. A wolf will flatten its ears
against the side of its head when afraid, and bare its teeth when angry.
Subordination is shown by lowering body and tail, or by rolling on the back.
A playful wolf will dance around and lower the front part of the body, leaving
the back raised."
   "After mating in March, the pregnant female to a den in which to give
birth. The cubs are born, deaf, blind and helpless. They are totally dependant
on their mother, and she in turn relies on her mate to bring her food. All the
adults in the pack corperate in feeding and caring for the cubs. By the
following year they may be ready to leave the pack."
   "The arctic wolf is the only subspecies of the wolf, that not only not
threatened, but is still found throughout whole of its historical region.
Their habitat has served to protect them from the human threat that has
brought other wolf populations so close to extinction."

 BENGAL TIGER [3.4.6]
======================

   "Bengal Tigers make their home in the tropical jungles and tall grasslands
of Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Bhutan and Burma. The male Bengal Tiger can grow
up to ten feet in lenght, from its head to the end of its tail, with a
shoulder width of up to three feet. Although very large (weighing up to 575
pounds), the Bengal Tiger is not the largest tiger; its cousin, the Siberian
Tiger is the world's largest cat. When a Bengal Tiger roars, you can hear it
almost two miles away."
   "All tigers are considered endangered. Ten years ago, there was eight sub-
species of the tiger, and now there only five. The other sub-species of
tigers, in addition to the Bengal are, Siberian, South China, Indochinese and
Sumatran. Humans are the tigers principal enemy. Tiger are hunted for sport,
fur, and for use in traditional Chiniese Medicine. Tigers may also be attacked
by hyenas, leoapards, phytons and even other tigers. It is estimated that
there are less than 3,000 Bengal Tigers left in the wild."
   "Bengal Tigers are solitary and do not want to share there hunting grounds,
male hunting ranges are about 20 square miles;females require about 17 square
miles. The male and female only come togeather during the mating, when sharing
a kill or when sharing the same watering hole. In captivity, these animals
prefer larger exibits. Tiger litters range from 1 to 6 cubs, which stay with
their mother until their second year. Tigers reproduce well in captivity."
   "Bengal Tigers pray on wild oxen (gaur), buffelo, wild boar, deer and
monkeys. Although a Bengal Tiger is capable of killing a bull gaur more than
twice its size, it prefers to attack younger or older animals that are easier
to take down. Bengal Tigers are voracious eaters, and eat 65 pounds of meat
each night, or the yearly equivilent of 30 buffalos. Zoos generally feed their
tigers some kind of meet (e.g. chicken, beef or horse) and bones, often
accompinied by a commercial brand of special feline diet."
   "Bengal tigers prefer areas of dense thickets, long grass and shrubs near
river banks. They will often be found in areas around old ruins, which provide
shelter for cubs. The tigers stiff whiskers, enable it to move through thick
cover in the dark. If the whiskers fit the whole body can follow. They have
white ear spots, which may help mothers and cubs to keep track of each other
when traveling through the dim tropical forests. Tigers will take advantage of
human-made trails and roads."
   "Although not very good at climbing, the Bengal tiger is a good swimmer,
and can commonly be seen wading in pools to cool off. They are slow runners
but are very skilled at stealthy stalking of pray, which they mostly hunt at
night."
   "In captivity, tigers tend to be lazy beasts, spending the majority of
there time lounging in the sun. Tigers tend to get loud when they are angry.

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10.1 | Tips
10.2 | Cheats
10.3 | Futher Resources
10.4 | Faults/Patchs

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[ 10.1 | Tips ]
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[1] A common mistake is to corner off one area for food, entertainment etc.,
    but dispite all logical thinking, this should NOT be done, of course one
    large area for food etc., in the heart of the zoo is a good idea, but you
    should have several more smaller ones around the park. This will make sure
    you get as much money in as possible. Of course it's a good idea to have
    venders across the zoo aswell.
[2] A smart finacial move is; after about 2 years, spend 1 month going around
    all the exibits and selling up to 3/4 of all the animals inside. This
    pracitce will make sure exibits do not become overcrowded. It will also
    (hopefully) net you several thousend dollers.
[3] A clever way of making sure you get as much from your zookeepers as
    possible is to assign each to 4 exibits, add or take 1 depending on their
    size.

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[ 10.2 | Cheats ]
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 Additional Money
==================
This requires you to do some file editing, but it's very easy. Open the zoo.ini in
your Zoo Tycoon directory with notepad or a similar text editor. Find the line that
says ''MSMaxCash''. Change the figure next to it to whatever you want. This will
change the maximum amount of money you can choose from when you start a zoo in the
sandbox mode, for example

 Additional Money (2nd Method)
===============================
Press Shift+4 (basically like typing the $), and you'll get an instant $10,000.

 All Animal Shelters Available
===============================
Rename one of the guests to John Wheeler

 All animal toys
=================
Rename one of your guests Lou Catanzaro and you'll receive all the animal toys.

 Change Guest's Shirt Color
============================
Rename the guests to the name indicated below to get the desired color:

Mr. Blue - Changes everyone's shirt blue.
Mr. Blonde - Changes everyone's shirt to yellow.
Mr. White - Changes everyone's shirt to white.
Mr. Brown - Changes everyone's shirt to brown.
Mr. Orange - Changes everyone's shirt to orange.
Mr. Pink - Change's everyone's shirt to pink.

 Developer Mode
================
If you have one of the BETA versions, hit Ctrl-D to access the Developer Mode.
It will allow you to move zoo entrances and fences, add odd buildings, and
even add vehicles. Remember, this only works in the BETA builds of Zoo Tycoon.

 Double Exhibit Donations
==========================
 Name one of your exhibits ''Microsoft.''

 Make Fences Deteriorate
=========================
Rename one of the guests to Russell C

 Make Some Guests Puke
=======================
Rename one of the guests to Zeta Psi

 Make white birds appear and scare guests
==========================================
Rename one of the guests to Alfred H

 Research all Staff Research Automatically
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Rename one of the guests to Hank Howie

 Unlock all of Animal Houses and types
========================================
Name a guest Andrew Binder

 Unlock Endangered animals
===========================
Re-name a guest 'Steve Serafino' to unlock all the researchable endangered
animals.

 Unlock Triceratops
====================
Name one of your exhibits ''Cretaceous Corral''. This will unlock the
Triceratops. I should also note that if you name a brand new exhibit using
this cheat, it will crash the game. Everyone who's done it with a new exhibit
has experienced this, so keep it in mind.

 Unlock Unicorn
================
Name one of your exhibits ''Xanadu''. This will unlock the Unicorn. I should
also note that if you name a brand new exhibit using this cheat, it will crash
the game. Everyone who's done it with a new exhibit has experienced this, so
keep it in mind.

 Yellow brick road
===================
Make an exhibit with a lion, a tiger and a bear. This will unlock the yellow
brick path.

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[ 10.3 | Futher Resources ]
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   Any of the following websites may help you:

Zoo Keeper Lounge             ~ http://www.zklounge.com
Zoo Keepers' Station          ~ http://www.strategyplanet.com/zootycoon
Tycoon Resource               ~ http://www.tycoonresource.com
Zoo Admin                     ~ http://zoo.ogresnet.com
Zoo Tycoon UK                 ~ http://www.ztuk.cjb.net
Zoo Tycoon Central            ~ http://zootycooncentral.cjb.net
Zoo Tycoon Online Resource    ~ http://www.kinnears.freeserve.co.uk/zoo.html


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[ 10.4 | Faults/Patchs ]
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   Although none have been found to date, to my knowledge, I would appricate
any links found on this topic.

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11.1 | Credits
11.2 | CR Page
11.3 | Thanks

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[ 11.1 | Credits ]
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= Thanks to Bluefang/Microsoft for making/publishing this game.
= Thanks to Gamefaqs for hosting it and for its constant support.
= Thanks to all the other FAQ writers as my inspriation.
= Thanks to JChamberlin, bellerjeau, Vegetaman, Mohawk, Xenon102, bigfatdan,
  for the codes/cheats.
= Thanks to You for reading this FAQ.
= Thanks to Me for this FAQ.

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[ 11.2 | CR Page ]
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   Please read my other FAQs, they are all on my contributor recognition page:
http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/15853.html

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[ 11.3 | Thanks ]
=================

   Thanks basical for reading this FAQ and making it all worte while, if you
have any worthy suggestions, or additions please email them to
irishmillionaire@hotmail.com. Thanks.

                                                        irishmillionaire

                        (C) Ciaran Gorman 2002