Planet Zoo – PMZero’s Comprehensive Compatibility Guide

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Can my dream savanna habitat be a possibility? Will My Gharial and Giant Panda Cuddle? Can I make a large Primate house mixing different species? Look no further than here! This guide will answer all those questions and more! You’re only one click away from knowing if you can put Aldabra Giant Tortoises in every habitat! (And yes, you can by the way.. if you’re into that) I am currently working on this guide to help players create mixed species habitats within their own zoos. Of course edits will be made as necessary as new packs release, the game updates, or as more data is added. Thanks for reading and I hope you find this guide helpful!

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3/5/2021 8:33 pm

I really hope this guide is helpful for anyone who needs it! please be patient as I continue to update and add more information!
Currently I have nearly completed the compatibility for all animals that share the same continents. The next phase is to combine animals from different continents together to gauge their temperament towards each other. Then will be setting up enclosures to check cross compatibility with biome requirements.
Also I do not have the aquatic pack yet! 。゚(゚´Д`゚)゚。 so please be patient for those animals to be added! As always I will welcome any kind of addition to the data I currently have, and also if you catch any mistakes please let me know and I will update the guide asap!

Once again thank you all for being a wonderful and creative community. Now go forth! make the mixed species habitats of your dreams!

-Zero

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Cuddle Time~

How to Read the Sheet

When you open the Sheet at the top is the title, color key, and explained terms.
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
On the left hand side, below the title, is a quick view of Animals and their statistics. (Biome, Continent, Temp etc.)
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
On the right hand side is the compatibility table.
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
The compatibility is split into two sections: The bottom left corner, which is animals which share continents…
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
…and the top right corner, which shows every combination of animal despite biome or continent.
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide

Taking a closer look at the table lets find some compatible animals!
• We’ll use the Greater Flamingo and the Black Wildebeest as an example.
First. Find the row of one animal; for example “41” the Greater Flamingo. Click the Row number to highlight the entire row.
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
• Second. Find the column of the second animal and while holding “Ctrl” click the column letter. Which in this case is “AB” For the Black Wildebeest.
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
• Great! Where the two highlighted sections meet is green! That means these two animals are compatible!
Now be careful, if you hover over a cell that is green and see notes that means while yes, these two animals can be in the same habitat together, their biome requirements may not be suitable for each other. This includes foliage, temperature, terrain, and coverage. Don’t let this discourage you though! In many cases so long as all other requirements are met for the animals their welfare doesn’t seem to affect them in the long run.
• You can also use the same process by utilizing the diagonal animal name labels separating the top right table from the bottom left table.
Planet Zoo - PMZero's Comprehensive Compatibility Guide
As you can see the Okapi and Pygmy hippo are also compatible!

Over a period of an hour Polar bears did not attack any of the prey animals in their habitat; however when snow was turned on and the ground became covered then they started hunting the prey animals. While there was no snow on the ground the prey animals still ran away from the polar bears in fear. The polar bears did outright attack grizzly bears however.

 

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