Out Now! < > Showing 1-2 of 2 comments . Its better to sell and only have one male if they are the aggressive thing, because they get hurt, and people don't like to see animals hurt. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. If you put multiple wolves or wild dogs in at the start of a habitat. What I do is I keep 1 male and then one or multiple females, depending on the group size and any male babies I sell straight away to make sure they wont fight and inbreeding wont happen. Nov 6, 2019 @ 4:04pm Nothing. Planet Zoo. Even though it doesn't work with Chimpanzees, Bonobos can have multiple Animals of both Genders and they fight never if they are correctly cared for. https://www.zoochat.com/community/threads/spotted-hyenas-in-the-us.467214/. Each breeds a specific animal type with a "generic income" zoo for guests at the start. Hoping to use a train or other transport to link it all up. Simulation Runs Wild. Even a smaller number than their actual clan sizes, like, 12-20, would be perfectly fine compared to four. The zoopedia says 2 males and 2 females but so far I've found no configuration where that actually works. not sure which animals you are talking about but if they are fighting for alpha status it's clear that usually they wont accept another male next to them in the group. Who will fight over it depends on the species. Does it specifically say in the Zoopedia that they can have multiple males, or this just a request? Is this something that you should stop/prevent the animals from doing? I have Timber Wolfs, there can be up to 12 of either males and females and even though they are monogamously they Will both fight as there is apparently a need to be an alpha male and female. This applies to both Scimps and Bonobos. it's not for balancing issues clearly since we have other top tier animals that have large herds. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. report. Finished the basic terraforming for my new zoo, based around a series of themed islands. 7 months ago. It does say "nepotistic" but since mother daughters or sisters also fight this does not seem to be a mechanic that exists in the game. report. With the ideas they've shown about making the game very animal education/conservation focused I feel like its a perfect place to try to possibly help with the bad rep they get, especially in the Spotted Hyena's case and would be a cool edition to the game regardless. Female hyenas are dominant, they "rule" the pack, males are submissive. Has anyone actually figured out what the "right" way to house Hyena's in-game is? they will fight for alpha status, however if you start with just a male and a female they can breed themselves into a decent-sized pack. Yes, according to the Zoopedia, you should be able to keep more than one male even if you have females.

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