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    Posted: 31 Mar 2014 at 16:00
im really wondering now since animals have certain parameters to where they migrate and such.
has anyone figured out the migration behaviour?terretorial behaviour? and hunting behaviour of the animals yet?

and is there a way or will there ever be a way to track the animals so we can learn all of this?
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I am interested in this, but the only thing I've noticed is that brown bears seem to become more numerous in the spring.  (Maybe they hibernate in winter?)  It seems like they are moving from south to north to me, but I haven't been methodical enough about watching them to be sure.

I make these observations in Tamarin and Laoshin.
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  Yum bear meat   sorry Koda 
soulds like I shoud get closer Rill LoLAngry
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If you enjoy hunting, I wouldn't recommend Tamarin.  We don't have the plentiful animal life you see in some of the southern areas like Mal Motsha, Keshalia and so on.  But there are other reasons to live here, of course!   Like the nine months of winter ...
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Originally posted by AmosCB AmosCB wrote:

  Yum bear meat   sorry Koda 
soulds like I shoud get closer Rill LoLAngry


Its ok to kill some bear but when you start to kill all bears you to meet 




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We ran some experiments in Trome, trying to exterminate anacondas and selectively grow scorpions. Neytiri and Snagga helped me with this.

This was done with the assumption that since Trome was surrounded by sea, animals not spawned in Trome wouldnt come to Trome. We observed that animals (anacondas and jaguars) spawned in the adjacent sea waters and moved to the land.

In the end, scorpion numbers grew a little (used to be 'few' and 'several', they became 'many' and 'gathering'). But even the anaconda population grew because for every group of 'several/pack' anacondas killed, the sea generously provided a 'gathering' and sent them to the land Ouch




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Two small groups of scorpions would merge to form a bigger group. A group of anacondas and scorpions meeting will leave only one group out, with diminished numbers and a lot of animal parts (of anacondas and scorpions) behind.

A group moving in a straight line will alter the course if they meet sea.
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Sending food in caravans to elephants doesn't help them grow. I love elephants! Unhappy
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maybe elephants eat wood?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lorre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Apr 2014 at 08:48
how did you manage to selectivly grow the scorpions ander? i want to know please, anyone with some infortmation please post here we must preserve our illy wildlife (or whats left of it in some areas)
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