Suramar City has a zoo! This features an aquarium, 苏伊什 from Jurassic Park, mind-controlled penguins, lions, and seals playing with balls. Each display has a special information panel, as you'd find at a real zoo explaining the preferred climate of the animal. Some of these descriptions take a sinister turn, talking about mind controlling the animals and the climate-controlled environment preventing variation in days and nights. You can even buy souvenirs like 纪念品鱼人 from giftshop vendors like 琪乌丽 - and as a nice touch, these same stuffed animals are found in Suramar bedrooms.
DAILY FEEDING DEMONSTRATION
Ask a friendly staff member for feeding times and directions to our gift shop!
DID YOU KNOW? Lion Seals are named for their fearsome roar, similar to that of the common Land Lion. We believe that their captivity has made them shy, however, so they no longer roar.
This is why conservation efforts are so important. Your small donation to the Menagerie can ensure we expand our exhibits in the millenia to come!
This pen is carefully engineered by our staff to replicate the desolate wastes of deserts.
DID YOU KNOW? Our scholars believe that had we not raised the shield, Suramar might have ended up looking much like this!
DID YOU KNOW? Basilisks used to be all over Suramar! Aggressive culling and hunting for their eyes made them endangered, and only a few species struggle for survival in remote locations.
Basilisks use their mighty gaze to petrify their prey, because they eat rocks!
Our basilisks, of course, are fed a regular diet of rocks and flowers to maintain their brilliant scales. Don't look at them too long!
NOTE: Please do not stare too long at the basilisks.
This pit closely resembles the environments of the jungle basins. It is said that this is where life began! Inside this pen you can find Old Wise, our resident yeti.
DID YOU KNOW?
Old Wise did not need a collar of domination to come with us. Our top trappers realized he had an appetite for goats and lured him back to the city. He seems content to sit here and eat goats. It is said that the Magistrix herself commended him for his wise behavior, and he has been affectionately called "Old Wise" ever since.
PLEASE DO NOT ANGER OLD WISE - Management.
Pride of the Menagerie:
THE MENAGERIE STAR ATTRACTION
Please keep your arms to yourself. Management is not responsible for any limbs lost.
Within this pen are the chilly denizens of the Menagerie.
DID YOU KNOW? Before the Sundering, the northern and southern edges of the world were much colder than our fair city. This is why the bear in the back of the pen has such a shaggy coat, as well as for fending off predators such as turtles and snow dragons.
WATCH OUT! Penguins, while they seem docile and friendly under our mind control, are vicious in packs and are known predators.
Beasts of Barren Savannas:
This enclosure closely replicates a barren landscape, where these particular creatures thrive.
DID YOU KNOW? Tigers are furry friends and very warm. They are perfect for snuggling up next to on a cold night, if it were not for our weather being magically controlled. Scratching behind their ears will be sure to elict a wonderful purr.
DID YOU KNOW? The monohorn within are a rare breed, their distinctive hides being used for all manner of fashion, including hats, coat linings, and other fine apparel.
There is some discussion within the zoological community to naming these magnificent beasts "unicorns," but the majority agree that monohorn is a much more fitting name.
PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH THE EXHIBITS - Management.
Aquarium of Wonders:
The Aquarium holds the largest collection of diverse sea life in the city.
The "Makura" are notorious for their hard shells, tasty tails, and fearsome claws.
The Murlocs are simple creatures, happy to swim about and gurgle incomprehensibly.
Please keep your hands off the glass.