Planet Zoo Breeding Tips – How to Breed Guide

Planet Zoo game guide focuses on breeding tips and how to breed Animals. Breeding your animals to get babies with good stats to then release or trade is the main way you earn Conservation Credits in the game. The guide will give you basic tips and tricks on how to breeding for Planet Zoo game. While writing this instruction, we pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.

Breeding and Genetics

Breeding your animals to get babies with good stats to then release or trade is the main way you earn Conservation Credits in the game. The most basic element to preparing an animal for breeding to make sure all its needs are being met. Each animal has a welfare level that’s broken down into four main subcategories: nutrition, social, habitat, and enrichment.

You can compare a animal with potential mates in the Genetics Tab, and the pink area of the bar shows you the likely area that the offspirng’s stats will fall.

Incest is in the game, which means you will want to remove the babies you have from the zoo or risk getting babies that are negatively impacted by being inbred. You can also use Contraceptives, which are the small pill-shaped icon that you can toggle beside an animal’s gender

Animals, especially males, WILL fight rivals. For carnivores, like Tigers, females will fight as well if there are too many females. This will result in injuries to both that will then worry guests and require a Vet to heal them. As male babies grow up, they will begin fighting their male parents. You will want to remove them to the trade center to prevent fighting, and either move them to a new habitat or Trade / Release them.

1. Nutrition

There isn’t much in the way of specialized food in Planet Zoo. In most cases, nutrition needs can be met with with the standard feeding troughs in the habitat menu. You will want to make sure you’re feeding your animals grade three food, though, which can be done by clicking on the habitat gate or barrier and tabbing on over to the “Animals” section. From here, you can change the grade of food your keepers feed the animals via the drop-down menu.

2. Social

This is probably the most complex parameter that contributes to an animal’s overall welfare. We’ll cover this more in-depth a bit further down in the guide. Just know you can see the ideal conditions for a species’ social group, habitat size, and stress reduction inside the in-game Zoopedia. In fact, we recommend that you check the Zoopedia entry for every animal in your zoo just in case you missed some vital information.

3. Habitat

You need to craft each animal’s habitat to fit its specific needs. When deciding what plants and terrain type to add, refer to the “Environment” tab of the animal info panel. Here, you can see what continents and biomes you should filter when buying plants from the nature menu. Do the same for the terrain conditions to make sure your animals’ environmental preferences are being met.

4. Enrichment

Animals need to be enriched with both food and toys. Luckily, you can search for specific species in the habitat menu to display a list of appropriate enrichment items. In general, the filtering feature makes it a lot easier to find the stuff you’re looking for. You’ll also likely have to assign a vet to do research on an animal in order to unlock some of the better enrichment options. This can be done either in the Zoopedia or in the staff management menu.

This is the ending of Planet Zoo Breeding guide. Hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.

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