Australian Menagerie™ Board Game - Tasmania Add OnRegular price $9.90
Designed to compliment your Australian Menagerie game with additional animals, habitats and more players.
Jagged mountains, lush valleys, glacial lakes, spectacular rivers, ancient rainforests, sedgelands and hundreds of kilometres of pristine coastlines are found in western and southern Tasmania. This diversity of land forms supports a wide range of vegetation types including some remnants of past climates and 1500 years old pine trees.
When the region was nominated for world heritage listing it was described as 'the last great temperate wilderness remaining in Australia and one of the last in the world'. This expanse of wilderness and the inability of some feral animals, eg foxes to reach the island of Tasmania has provided a safe habitat for many small mammals such as the Tasmanian devil, Eastern quoll, Tasmanian pademelon, Tasmanian bettong, which, although once common on the mainland are now only found in Tasmania.
Animals Living In This Habitat
- Eastern Quoll
- Giant Freshwater Crayfish
- Orange-bellied Parrot
- Tasmanian Devil
How to play with your Menagerie™ ADD-ON Habitat:
1. Place an ADD-ON Habitat next to each Australian Menagerie™ nature reserve.
2. Shuffle the ADD-ON Habitat animal cards into the deck and deal one extra card to each player for every additional ADD-ON Habitat you are using. So, if you are playing with one ADD-ON Habitat deal nine cards to each player.
3. Use the additional Management Strategy Card and Threat Card as per the standard game of Menagerie™.
4. Threats from the standard game impact on the animals in the ADD-ON Habitat. Equally the threat in your ADD-ON Habitat pack can impact on animals in all other habitats.
S. lf you have no animals in your ADD-ON Habitat at the end of a round subtract five points from your score just as you would with the other habitats.
If you have purchased an ADD-ON Habitat with your game of Menagerie™ we suggest you learn the standard game first and include the ADD-ON Habitat later.