It’s simple to see why Planet Zoo reproduced the iconic Pride Rock from one of the best Disney flicks, The Lion King. This huge rock structure would look fantastic in any African-themed zoo and, of course, would be ideal for a Lion habitat.
Amazingly, this plan isn’t just for show; Lions and most other animals may penetrate the rock and use it as a shelter from the rain or public scrutiny. One of the most important things to undertake in Planet Zoo is to provide firm shelter for animals.
Modern Staff Rooms
Animals and visitors aren’t the only ones who need to be kept happy in Planet Zoo, and zoos cannot thrive without a happy and healthy workforce. With that in mind, players can use this “Modern Staff Rooms” blueprint to provide their workers with a cutting-edge workspace.
This layout manages to consolidate many staff buildings into one magnificent space, built in the new world style with abundance of vegetation. The only tough part is installing the routes, but the designer has luckily included a guide on the Workshop page.
Planet Zoo has the potential to be one of the most visually appealing games in the hands of skilled developers. Fortunately, the average player can get around this by acquiring scenic blueprints like this gorgeous twin waterfall.
This water feature is decorated with tropical foliage and pebbles and is ideal for placing between two habitats or just as part of the environment. If players wish to locate additional blueprints in this style, they should go to BlissBombs’ workshop, which has a lot of them.
“Reptile Centre – Reptile House – 9 Exhibits with Food Court” is the most subscribed blueprint on Planet Zoo, and for good reason. This large facility is well designed and lets visitors to examine and learn about reptiles all in one lovely location.
This is also an excellent blueprint for newer players who are still trying to figure out all of Planet Zoo’s mysteries, since they can just put it and instantly display nine distinct exhibit species without having to do any hard work.
Bear Cave Entrance
Making rock sculptures is nothing new at Planet Zoo, but one of the best and most recognisable is this “Bear Cave Entrance.” What distinguishes this sculpture is that it is intended to be integrated into an environment.
Naturally, the many Bear species from Planet Zoo would be most at home here, as players may watch them pass through or even sleep beneath the sculpted Bear head. The arms and paws establish a natural habitat barrier, but once the blueprint is imported into their own zoo, players are free to experiment.
While many of Planet Zoo’s most coveted creatures are aquatic animals, those that do exist in Drive Mad game couldn’t wish for a better home than the “Aquapark Dome.” This blueprint is simply amazing, with every detail catching the eye.
This incredible dome includes three enclosures in which players can house their favourite species, as well as four exhibitions for lesser creatures, as well as facilities for guests and workers.
Yin And Yang Panda Enclosure
There are several plans for Planet Zoo on the Steam Workshop that were inspired by real animal enclosures from zoos across the world. The ‘Yin and Yang Panda Enclosure’ inspired by Copenhagen Zoo is arguably the most stunning of these.
Players that are obsessed with all things Asian in their games will adore this design, which contains the yin and yang symbol as well as various layers into which the Pandas can dive. The only issue with this habitat is that players may have a difficult time dealing with the stress of the Pandas who demand more seclusion.
Planet Zoo is playable on the PC.