Your animal's activities

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How to choose an african reserve for your animal
Sign up your animal to an african reserve
The "wild Life" actions
The "on sale!" actions
The "~~ACTION_FAMILLE[10001][NOM]~~" actions
These actions are essential for your animal of the savannah to get up to their maximum strength.
How to choose an african reserve for your animal
To choose an african reserve you can entrust your animal to, be sure to compare them and play them off each other, but don’t just opt for the cheapest one!

For example, if the number of staff members at the reserve is insufficient, your animal may run the risk of not having access to certain activities.
On the other hand, a reserve that has particular items and equipment can give your animal a definite advantage during certain activities.

Remember to look at the scores, the ranking or the number of customers of the reserves that you are considering for your animal: they are useful indicators.

In any case, whatever reserve you choose, you get to decide how long you are signing your animal up to it, anywhere between 3 and 20 days.

After that you are free to re-register your animal for the duration of your choosing, or to opt for another reserve.
Sign up your animal to an african reserve
Once it reaches the age of Has just been born, your animal can join an african reserve.

You will continue to play with it as usual, but you will also have access to new activities that are essential for its progress, and also to new options for taking care of it.

Furthermore, the owner and the staff of the reserve can visit your animal and perform certain actions that, for example, improve its condition (health, strength, danger, parasite…) or carry out activities that will improve its level.
The "wild Life" actions
These actions help your animals of the savannah improve their skills in various ways.
The "on sale!" actions
Your animal of the savannah must choose the african reserve that suits it the best for its development. It's in this environment that it will be able to gradually improve its species.

All the african reserves are different - you must choose the reserves that are doing the best job of protecting the plant and wildlife and possibly ones that have rare or endangered species.