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« on: April 29, 2006, 10:00:07 PM »

Coyote

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Author : LAwebTek

Category : Real Animals

Date Added : Sept 6, 2005

Updated : July 25, 2009 to fix the following:
- Made small correction to the .uca
- As there are multiple coyotes with the same ztd name, the ztd name has been CHANGED from coyote.ztd to coyote_LA.ztd.

Size : 1.46 Mb

Compatibility : All Game Versions

Description : The name coyote is a Spanish alteration of the original Aztec name coyotl

*This file is programmed to show up in the Zoo Tek Menu (available in the hacks catagory). If you choose not to install the ZTF menu, sort your animals using "Show All" to use this animal in your zoo.
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European settlers found the coyote on the plains, prairies, and deserts of central and western North America. It appeared to prefer open or semi-wooded habitats. However, about the turn of the century, the coyote began a dramatic range expansion that is still in progress.

In Canada, the coyote still inhabits its traditional habitats, the aspen parkland and short- and mixed-grass prairie in the three prairie provinces. However, it has spread north into the boreal forest, west into the mountains, and east into Ontario, Quebec, and the Atlantic provinces. The progress of this dramatic "invasion" has been carefully charted; for example, coyotes established themselves in Ontario about the turn of the century, in Quebec in the 1940s, and in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in the 1970s. Most astonishing of all, coyotes have recently been discovered in western Newfoundland, apparently having crossed on the ice from Nova Scotia.

I added sound files from actual coyote howls and barks. They will accept a pretty diverse selection of trees and prefer to live in caves. Also, the zookeeper won't tell you this, but if you raise a couple squares of land just a little to give the coyote a hill to play on - the suitability will go up by at least a point or 2.

Date Listed : April 29, 2006


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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2008, 02:17:40 AM »

Additional info:

ZTD name conflict: coyote.ztd  =  Coyote by Animalia (ZA) and Coyote by Stuffed Panda (ZA)  and coyote by LAwebTek (Tek)

coyote.ztd                          uca: 0798C0BC dated 23 September 2003

Results From Configuration Checking:

animals/0798c0bc.uca date: Tue Sep 23 21:37:14 2003
*** Warning: cHabitat does not have max [cSuitableObjects] habitat value.
Animal Type: 0798C0BC

Coyote

The name coyote is a Spanish alteration of the original Aztec name coyotl. The
Latin name Canis latrans, meaning barking dog, was given to it by Thomas Say,
who published a description of the species in 1833. Since 1967, its official
name in Canada, in both English and French, has been coyote. In some parts of
Canada coyotes are called "brush wolves." Wolves are much larger and
characteristically hunt in packs.
    (plus 25 other paragraphs)

Animal Characteristics:

Habitat: Deciduous Forest; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.

Exhibit Preferences:

Foliage:
 Wild Olive Tree, Elm Tree, Pacific Dogwood Tree, Cherry Tree
 Lodgepole Pine Tree, Maple Tree, Fir Tree, Pine Tree, Thornless Mesquite Tree
 Birch Tree, Spruce Tree, Yellow Cedar Tree, Trembling Aspen Tree
 Globe Willow Tree, Japanese Maple Tree, Deciduous Bush, Paper Birch Tree
 Weeping Willow Tree, White Oak Tree, Chinese Fir Tree, Himalayan Birch Tree
 Himalayan Pine Tree, Christmas Tree, Gingko Tree (DD), Glossopteris Tree (DD)
 Magnolia Tree (DD), Bonsai (CC), Snowbell Tree (CC)

Rocks:
 Large Rock, Large Rock - 1, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation, Coniferous Forest Rock - Formation

Exhibit Construction:

Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-20 with 25 squares for each adult.

Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 50 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 20 Grass, 5 Dirt, 5 Fresh Water, 20 Deciduous Floor

Foliage (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 7 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Birch Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 7 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.

Rocks (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 8 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.

Elevation: Of the 50 squares, 1 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2011, 02:35:53 AM »

Additional info for updated file:

coyote_LA.ztd            uca: 0798C0BC dated 25 July 2009

Results From Configuration Checking:

0798c0bc.uca date: Sat Jul 25 17:30:50 2009
No Errors or Warnings to show.
Animal Type: 0798C0BC

Coyote

The name coyote is a Spanish alteration of the original Aztec name coyotl. The
Latin name Canis latrans, meaning barking dog, was given to it by Thomas Say,
who published a description of the species in 1833. Since 1967, its official
name in Canada, in both English and French, has been coyote. In some parts of
Canada coyotes are called "brush wolves." Wolves are much larger and
characteristically hunt in packs.
    (plus 25 other paragraphs)

Animal Characteristics:

Habitat: Deciduous Forest; Location: North America
Minimum happiness needed for chance of breeding: 95.
Preferred shelter: Rock Cave.
Animal can jump.
Animal can climb cliffs.

Exhibit Preferences:

Foliage:
 Wild Olive Tree, Elm Tree, Pacific Dogwood Tree, Cherry Tree
 Lodgepole Pine Tree, Maple Tree, Fir Tree, Pine Tree, Thornless Mesquite Tree
 Birch Tree, Spruce Tree, Yellow Cedar Tree, Trembling Aspen Tree
 Globe Willow Tree, Japanese Maple Tree, Deciduous Bush, Paper Birch Tree
 Weeping Willow Tree, White Oak Tree, Chinese Fir Tree, Himalayan Birch Tree
 Himalayan Pine Tree, Christmas Tree, Gingko Tree (DD), Glossopteris Tree (DD)
 Magnolia Tree (DD), Bonsai (CC), Snowbell Tree (CC)

Rocks:
 Large Rock, Large Rock - 1, Small Rock - Medium, Small Rock - Small
 Deciduous Forest Rock - Formation, Coniferous Forest Rock - Formation

Exhibit Construction:

Number of animals allowed per exhibit: 2-20 with 25 squares for each adult.

Exhibit size (for 2 adults): 50 grid squares

Terrain (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 20 Grass, 5 Dirt, 5 Fresh Water, 20 Deciduous Floor

Foliage (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 7 grid squares should contain foliage.
 Foliage that would give the most happiness: Birch Tree
 Since this is a small plant, greatest happiness will occur
 if each of the 7 grid squares contains 4 of this plant.

Rocks (for exhibit with 50 grid squares):
 8 Small Rock - Small, which is its most liked rock.

Elevation: Of the 50 squares, 1 nonadjacent squares should be elevated.
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