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« on: June 23, 2019, 05:13:55 AM »

Brown Pelican

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Author: msc3322

Keywords: aquatic birds

Release date: 23 June 2019
Updated 28 May 2019: Removed unnecessary files and lines, changed the preferred habitat to Aquatic, changed the food to fish, reduced the needed number of squares per adult to 5.
Current BrownPelican_by_msc3323.ztd dated 28 May 2019

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Compatibility: All Game Versions

Description: The brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) is a North American bird of the pelican family, Pelecanidae.  It is one of three pelican species found in the Americas and one of two that feed by diving in water.

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« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2019, 05:17:56 AM »

Additional info:

BrownPelican_by_msc3323.ztd          uca: 0A07908B dated 28 May 2019

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0a07908b.uca date: Tue May 28 01:46:08 2019
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Animal Type: 0A07908B

Brown Pelican

The brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) is a North American bird of the
pelican family, Pelecanidae. It is one of three pelican species found in the
Americas and one of two that feed by diving in water. It is found on the
Atlantic Coast from Nova Scotia to the mouth of the Amazon River, and along
the Pacific Coast from British Columbia to northern Chile, including the
Galapagos Islands. The nominate subspecies in its breeding plumage has a white
head with a yellowish wash on the crown. The nape and neck are dark
maroon-brown. The upper sides of the neck have white lines along the base of
the gular pouch, and the lower fore neck has a pale yellowish patch. The male
and female are similar, but the female is slightly smaller. The nonbreeding
adult has a white head and neck. The pink skin around the eyes becomes dull
and gray in the nonbreeding season. It lacks any red hue, and the pouch is
strongly olivaceous ochre-tinged and the legs are olivaceous gray to
blackish-gray.
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Animal Characteristics:

Habitat: Aquatic; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 90.
Animal can swim in water terrain.

Exhibit Preferences:

Foliage:
 Acacia Caffra Tree, Thorn Acacia Tree, Wild Olive Tree, Ulmo Tree, Elm Tree
 Pacific Dogwood Tree, Cherry Tree, Lodgepole Pine Tree, Palm Tree, Maple Tree
 Fir Tree, Pine Tree, Mangrove Tree, Elephant Ear Tree, Bamboo
 Eucalyptus Tree, Foxtail Palm Tree, Hard Quandong Tree
 Thornless Mesquite Tree, Yew Tree, Birch Tree, Spruce Tree, Yellow Cedar Tree
 Western Larch Tree, Trembling Aspen Tree, Globe Willow Tree, Joshua Tree
 Red Gum Tree, Quiver Tree, Japanese Maple Tree, Prickly Pear Cactus
 Saguaro Cactus, Bushwillow Tree, Llala Palm Tree, Thorn Bush, Rainforest Bush
 Deciduous Bush, Rainforest Fern, Yellow Fever Tree, Baobab Tree
 Umbrella Thorn Tree, Orchid Tree, Tall Grass, Water Lily, Water Reed
 Grass Tree, Paper Birch Tree, Kapok Tree, Weeping Willow Tree, White Oak Tree
 Western Red Cedar Tree, Chinese Fir Tree, Himalayan Birch Tree
 Western Juniper Tree, Himalayan Pine Tree, Sage Bush, Broadleaf Bush
 Pine Bush, Khejri Tree, Christmas Tree, Club Moss Shrub (DD)
 Walchian Conifer Tree (DD), Thouarsus Cycad Tree (DD), Bald Cypress Tree (DD)
 Dawn Redwood Tree (DD), Fern Bush (DD), Gingko Tree (DD)
 Glossopteris Tree (DD), Horsetail (DD), Lepidodendron Tree (DD)
 Leptocycas Tree (DD), Magnolia Tree (DD), Monkey Puzzle Tree (DD)
 Norfolk Island Pine Tree (DD), Sigillaria Tree (DD), Williamsonia Tree (DD)
 Arctic Birch Tree (DD), Arctic Grass (DD), Arctic Bush (DD), Sand Bush (NA)
 Doum Palm Tree (NA), Desert Flowers (NA), Sea Anemone (MM), Barnacles (MM)
 Beach Grass (MM), Brittle Sea Star (MM), Clam Bed (MM), Orange Cup Coral (MM)
 Divercate Tree Coral (MM), Feather Duster Worm (MM), Fire Coral (MM)
 Kelp (MM), Sea Lettuce (MM), Red Gorgonian (MM), Sargassum (MM)
 Sand Dollar (MM), Sea Cucumber (MM), Sea Star (MM), Seaweed (MM)
 Sea Grass (MM), Sea Sponge (MM), Stove Pipe Sponge (MM), Tube Worm (MM)
 Purple Sea Urchin (MM), Senegal Date Palm (ES), Fallen Rainforest Tree (ES)
 Rainforest Stump (ES), Bonsai (CC), Snowbell Tree (CC), Rafflesia (ES)

Rocks:
 Large Rock, Large Rock - 1, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Stone Ruins, Small Snowy Rock - Medium, Small Snowy Rock - Small
 Large Snowy Rock - Medium, Large Snowy Rock - Large, Desert Rock - Formation
 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation, Highland Rock - Large
 Coniferous Forest Rock - Formation, Rainforest Rock - Formation
 Medium Desert Rock (DD), Medium Highland Rock (DD), Medium Savannah Rock (DD)
 Medium Aquatic Rock (DD), Medium Coniferous Rock (DD)
 Small Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Medium Coral Formation (MM)
 Large Ocean Floor Rock (MM), Medium Ocean Floor Rock (MM)
 Large Coral Formation (MM), Iceberg (MM), Isle Rock (MM), Termite Mound (ES)
 Mossy Rainforest Rock (ES)

Exhibit Construction:

Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-20 with 5 squares for each adult.

Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 10 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 10 grid squares):
 2 Salt Water, 2 Grass, 1 Gray Stone, 1 Gravel, 2 Fresh Water, 2 Sand

Foliage (for exhibit with 10 grid squares):
 0 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness when needed: Water Reed

Rocks (for exhibit with 10 grid squares):
 1 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.
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