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PostSubject: Zoo Breeding   Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:57 am

All Rare (3-Star Rarity) and Ultra Rare (4-Star Rarity) animals are breedable. You can also see which animals are breedable in the Shop by mousing over the animal. If it is breedable, you might want to purchase two immediately.

You will need the following in order to breed an animal:
* 1 Breeding House (available under "Support" in the Shop)
* 1 Vet (unlocked after acquiring 15 animals)
* 2 Breedable Animals of the same Species.

You also might need an Animal Hospital if you don't feed your baby in time and it gets sick (also available under "Support" in the shop).

Parallel breeding is now available. This means you can now breed more than one of the same species at a time, provided you own enough multiples of two for that animal. (i.e. 4 Eagles mean you can breed 2 babies at a time. 6 Eagles means you can breed 3 babies at a time, etc.)

Please note that you DO NOT NEED a Breeding Specialist to breed an animal. So don't stress out that you might need Wildlife Points to play the game. In fact, each Breeding Specialist only adds one additional breeding cage. So it is hardly worth the purchase. You have a default of three breeding cages right away. and if you want to add more, the easiest way is to recruit more Zoo Mates (look further down for explanation)

Sometimes, after you breed, you may also be required to upgrade the cage in order to house the additional animal. The same thing happens when you purchase more animals then the current cage can handle.

Important: Breeding times are in REAL-TIME!!! Not Zoo time!
When an animal has a breeding time of 48 hours for example, that means the baby will arrive in 2 Earth days. It doesn't matter how often you're playing the game, or even on facebook or not.


Growth Formula

You may also notice a button under your currently breeding animal that asks you to post when your baby needs food. Clicking this will allow the game to post a notice to your Facebook wall and your news feed. If someone else playing the game clicks on this notice to feed your baby when required, and you or someone else has not fed the baby yet, then that player is rewarded with either Zoo cash, or a growth formula which can decrease the breeding time of one animal by 25%. Vice versa for you if you feed a friend's baby animal. This can be very helpful, especially when breeding animals that take a long time. 25% off a 120hr animal is 90hrs!!


Zoo Mates

For every three Zoo Mates you have, one additional breeding cages becomes available for you to use in the game. You can have 5 more additional breeding cages this way, totaling 8 cages. To recruit Zoo Mates, click the "unlock nests (recruit zoo mates)" link in the "Breeding" tab, or under the "Race" tab, then click the "Invite" link near the top right.


To breed an animal, go to the "Breed" tab and mouse over the animal you wish to breed. It will then tell how many you currently own and have already bred, incubation time and what trophy level you're current on. It will also show how many of this animal you've bred on this mastery level, and how many in total you need to get to the next. The total number of animals needed will vary between animals, and increase as you progress through each mastery level. And finally, it also tells you how many Wildlife Points you will receive for completing the current mastery level. This again varies by animal, and also changed depending on what mastery level you are completing.

You will notice under each animal, there is a cost for breeding, a difficulty rating, as well as a Mastery status bar. This tells you how far along you are in achieving the current trophy. There are 5 trophies: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Adamantium. You will get Wildlife Points for completing each rank. The reward will depend on the difficulty level of the animal, and the rank you achieve. Please note that these rewards are not retro-active. That means you will not be rewarded for animals you have bred before this change to the trophy system took place.

When you're ready to breed, click on the "Breed" button below the animal, and follow the pop-up window to start.


Easy:
One feeding required at the end of incubation
* Amami Rabbit (16 hours)
* American Bald Eagle (20 hours)
* Bald Eagle (4 hours)
* Basset Hound (16 hours)
* Bird of Paradise (16 hours)
* Black Kite (20 hours)
* Black Mamba (16 hours)
* Blue Dacnis (20 hours)
* Blue-footed Booby (16 hours)
* Blue-Throated Bee Eater (23 hours)
* Blue Whale (48 hours)
* Capybara (48 hours)
* Clouded Leopard (23 hours)
* Clownfish (16 hours)
* Clown Barb (48 hours)
* Coati (72 hours)
* Dugong (96 hours)
* Electric Eel (23 hours)
* Emerald Tree Boa (20 hours)
* Fossa (23 hours)
* Frilled Lizard (23 hours)
* Guanaco (72 hours)
* Hammerkop (96 hours)
* Hedgehog (120 hours)
* Honeybee (20 hours)
* Hooded Seal (72 hours)
* Hummingbird (96 hours)
* Kagu (20 hours)
* Komodo Dragon (24 hours)
* Kookaburra (23 hours)
* Lobster (16 hours)
* New Zealand Shoveler (23 hours)
* Painted Bunting (16 hours)
* Patriotic Donkey (96 hours)
* Patriotic Elephant (72 hours)
* Peccary (96 hours)
* Pine Marten (16 hours)
* Pufferfish (48 hours)
* Puffin (23 hours)
* Puma (16 hours)
* Rainbow Lorikeet (16 hours)
* Red Tailed Hawk (23 hours)
* Serval (16 hours)
* Silver Fox (23 hours)
* Spider Monkey (20 hours)
* Sugarglider (20 hours)
* Swift (4 hours)
* Tamaraw (20 hours)
* Tiger Shark (20 hours)
* Troupial (72 hours)
* Whale Shark (48 hours)
* Yellow Eyed Penguin (72 hours)


Medium:
Two feeding required. One at the end of incubation, and the 2nd one hour after.
(For example, a Giant Octopus would total 72hrs + 1hr = 73hrs total)
* Albatross (12 hours)
* Giant Octopus (72 hours)
* Great-Horned Owl (24 hours)
* Pika (48 hours)
* Scottish Highland Sheep (120 hours)
* Vampire Bat (8 hours)
* Wolverine (72 hours)


Hard:
Three feeding required. One at the end of incubation, and the 2nd one hour after, and 3rd feeding another hour after that.
(For example, a Fennec Fox would total 120hrs + 1hr + 1hr = 122hrs total)
* African Wild Dog (120 hours)
* Alligator Gar (8 hours)
* American Alligator (8 hours)
* American Big Horn (96 hours)
* Asian Wildhorse (72 hours)
* Bactrian Camel (96 hours)
* Binturong (120 hours)
* Black Panther (120 hours)
* Black Swallowtail (4 hours)
* Blue Jay (48 hours)
* Blue-billed Firefinch (120 hours)
* Brushtail Possum (4 hours)
* Cougar (72 hours)
* Dall Sheep (24 hours)
* Dik-dik (120 hours)
* Dollar Sunfish (48 hours)
* Eland (4 hours)
* Emu (8 hours)
* Fennec Fox (120 hours)
* Giant Sable Antelope (4 hours)
* Gray Wolf (12 hours)
* Great Egret (120 hours)
* Gyrafalcon (6 hours)
* Harbor Porpoise (122 hours)
* Honey Badger (120 hours)
* Humpedback Whale (120 hours)
* Impala (96 hours)
* King Vulture (24 hours)
* Leafy Sea Dragon (18 hours)
* Leatherback Sea Turtle (120 hours)
* Leopard (12 hours)
* Manatee (96 hours)
* Marmot (24 hours)
* Martial Eagle (6 hours)
* Ocelot (120 hours)
* Peregrine Falcon (96 hours)
* Purple Needletail Swift (6 hours)
* Red-Bellied Wallaby (120 hours)
* Red Uakari (120 hours)
* Ruffed Lemur (120 hours)
* Sloth (120 hours)
* Snow Leopard (72 hours)
* Speckled Bear (120 hours)
* Stallion (120 hours)
* Sun Bear (4 hours)
* Tiger Salamander (72 hours)
* Tree Kangaroo (12 hours)
* Walrus (120 hours)
* White Rhino (120 hours)
* White Tiger (120 hours)


Expert:
Same as Easy, only one feeding required at the end of incubation
* African Buffalo (24 hours)
* Andean Condor (12 hours)
* Gharial (48 hours)
* Micronesian Kingfisher (4 hours)
* Narwhal Whale (8 hours)
* Platypus (12 hours)
* Red Panda (48 hours)
* Rhea (96 hours)
* Sunda Loris (120 hours)
* Yellow Mongoose (120 hours)

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