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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 5:42 pm

yes i made something lose here,,

lets count wha ha

good that people helping each other

did i read it correct,
is roger making a full List?

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:12 pm

When Mojo tell me to stop, I'll lock the topic to prevent more editions.
At this moment I count everything and study to see if there are any kind of animal popular mixing the categories.
The STS list will be joined to the Facebook list.
But if anyone want to present rankings it would be nice because we can always edit our choices according with the most voted in these lists.
Mojo will study the list and surely will not make all the winers but probably to pick a group of figures that are interesting for Mojo and collectors! :)
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:29 pm

You don't have to do them all, pnly those which still without an organizer.
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I' m just making a board with all our whishes Wink I hope I will finished it tonight. drunken

It could be easily change and it will count animals in all categories because some of them can already be found in more than one category Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:35 pm

Hello Roger. I agree with you, we must study our choices before handing them to Mojo. On the other hand, to choose among three different species of cassowary we must first decide that we want a cassowary... I think this team work will help our group to feel more responsible for each selection. You're right about keeping in touch with other members that are doing this table just like us. It is not only important, it is essential! And I hope everyone work with us.
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I have time to count all, I'm not making it at the moment because it is almost useless, people always edit their choices. I agree with you, more than count it is important to study the choices. When people talk about Cassowary which one of 3 species are people talking about? Easy, we can accept here that it is the Southern one that is the most known. But I see many people wanting wild sheep, very similar but of different species and ranked under different faunas. Which one to choose, here? So, this strategy only solve some problems! But, if you want to pick a category, count the most voted and try to persuade people to vote in one of the more voted., that's good. But please pm me telling me which categories you will pick. Susanne goes to Europe, Zé Neto to the birds, Martien to prehistoric mammals, I don't mind to go to South America, but I need to study it very close to who will pick North America because there are people voting in species present widely in the two regions! :)

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:37 pm

Roger, you saw the work I did with the birds: is that in the apropriate shape or needs any change?
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When Mojo tell me to stop, I'll lock the topic to prevent more editions.
At this moment I count everything and study to see if there are any kind of animal popular mixing the categories.
The STS list will be joined to the Facebook list.
But if anyone want to present rankings it would be nice because we can always edit our choices according with the most voted in these lists.
Mojo will study the list and surely will not make all the winers but probably to pick a group of figures that are interesting for Mojo and collectors! :)

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:39 pm

Ok, here is what I found .


As I understand it :
You can all change your suggestions after seing how it looks now and untill Roger gets a "stop" from Mojo.


SUGGESTIONS FOR EUROPEAN ANIMALS Mojo 2012



Winsent ( European bison) : 9
Fallow deer : 8
(European) mufflon5 ( + Corsican mufflon 2 and Mediterranian mufflon 1) = 8 Mufflons.
Stoat(ermine) and Eurasian otter : 4 each
Wild cat, Arctic hare, Pine marten and Spanish (Pyrenees) lynx : 2 each

Other goats/sheep : Ibex, Wild goat, East Caucasian tur :1 each

Does these belong in ”Asia” ? Saiga 4, Markhor 2, Marbled polecat 1

These also got 1 vote :
Caribou, Norwegian lemming, least weasel, tarpan, roe deer, magot.

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Extinct : Auroch

Some birds have sneaked in : Raven, Pheasant, Marsh harrier and King eider.

From Asia : Armour leopard
From America : Barbary sheep, Mountain sheep.




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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:49 pm

OK, I will coordinate. Evil or Very Mad Laughing
Here are the rules:
I only accept 3 in each category.
if someone shows more than 3 I will only accept the first 3 in a category.
Those kind of animals that have is own category out of faunas are not accepted in fauna choices. For example, I'm choosing a penguin in sea life and if I don't change it it will be ignored or introduced in birds series if there's a space left. The same for reptiles.
Species presented in more than one category because they are present in more than one fauna I will join the votes and considere it in their most apropriate category. How can we know to which fauna belongs a wolverine or a moose?
If you want you can edit your original topics and only the original topic will be considered.
If someone wants to present some ranking to turn other votes more useful there's nothing wrong in it.


Only an example:
Top 6 North America at the moment in STS only:
Puma: 8 votes
pronghorn and Dall's sheep: 7 votes
Elk and bighorn sheep: 5 votes
Mule deer: 4 votes

Many hseep, here, there's still a vote to Stone sheep and sheep are not leading! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:58 pm

Basically, in "fauna" categories are valid choices mammals, amphibians and invertebrates. Is that so?
Following your rule, most voted birds (9 votes: Cassowary; 6 votes: Shoebill; 5 votes: Saddle-billed Stork) would be our choosen species, right?

@Roger wrote:
OK, I will coordinate. Evil or Very Mad Laughing
Here are the rules:
I only accept 3 in each category.
if someone shows more than 3 I will only accept the first 3 in a category.
Those kind of animals that have is own category out of faunas are not accepted in fauna choices. For example, I'm choosing a penguin in sea life and if I don't change it it will be ignored or introduced in birds series if there's a space left. The same for reptiles.
Species presented in more than one category because they are present in more than one fauna I will join the votes and considere it in their most apropriate category. How can we know to which fauna belongs a wolverine or a moose?
If you want you can edit your original topics and only the original topic will be considered.
If someone wants to present some ranking to turn other votes more useful there's nothing wrong in it.


Only an example:
Top 6 North America at the moment in STS only:
Puma: 8 votes
pronghorn and Dall's sheep: 7 votes
Elk and bighorn sheep: 5 votes
Mule deer: 4 votes

Many hseep, here, there's still a vote to Stone sheep and sheep are not leading! Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:00 pm

i count the prehistoric mammals

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:14 pm

Zé Neto, thanks for your help with the birds! As I told before it must be studied at the end. I haven't see which species of storks people is choosing but everything will be studied. study
You are almost correct, in fauna categories we should not choose, birds, reptiles, primates and sea animals! So, some mammals, fishes, etc, have its own category. It is not easy to create rules with these categories but those were not my choice but Mojo choice.
My original post has also some mistakes and I'll change it. :)



@ze_neto wrote:
Basically, in "fauna" categories are valid choices mammals, amphibians and invertebrates. Is that so?
Following your rule, most voted birds (9 votes: Cassowary; 6 votes: Shoebill; 5 votes: Saddle-billed Stork) would be our choosen species, right?

@Roger wrote:
OK, I will coordinate. Evil or Very Mad Laughing
Here are the rules:
I only accept 3 in each category.
if someone shows more than 3 I will only accept the first 3 in a category.
Those kind of animals that have is own category out of faunas are not accepted in fauna choices. For example, I'm choosing a penguin in sea life and if I don't change it it will be ignored or introduced in birds series if there's a space left. The same for reptiles.
Species presented in more than one category because they are present in more than one fauna I will join the votes and considere it in their most apropriate category. How can we know to which fauna belongs a wolverine or a moose?
If you want you can edit your original topics and only the original topic will be considered.
If someone wants to present some ranking to turn other votes more useful there's nothing wrong in it.


Only an example:
Top 6 North America at the moment in STS only:
Puma: 8 votes
pronghorn and Dall's sheep: 7 votes
Elk and bighorn sheep: 5 votes
Mule deer: 4 votes

Many hseep, here, there's still a vote to Stone sheep and sheep are not leading! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:15 pm

here are the results till now for the Prehistoric mammals

1 -Thylacine and Indricotherium
2 -Elasmotherium
3 -Brontotherium
this is the top 3 of Prehistoric Mammals

best runner up on place 4

with 3 votes are the Sivatherium and the Puijila

STOPPED COUNTING

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:21 pm

Thanks for your help Martien, I love the ranking except one! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:23 pm

@Roger wrote:
Many hseep, here, there's still a vote to Stone sheep and sheep are not leading! Laughing

who the heck voted for all the sheep? scratch geek sheep are not leading... Sad Sad . Dall's Sheep tied for 2nd: cheers


@Susanne wrote:
From America : Barbary sheep, Mountain sheep.
Barbary Sheep in America... i wish!

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:31 pm

I didn't vote for prehistoric mammals because I don't collect them, but I wanna cast my vote on the thylacine. I really want this animal in my collection! You can count 6! \o/
@STORMnl wrote:
here are the results till now for the Prehistoric mammals

1 -Thylacine (5 votes) isn't a prehistoric mammal,,it's the tasmanian tiger
2 -Indricotherium and Elasmotherium (4 votes)
3 -Brontotherium and Puijila (3 votes)

this is the top 3 of Prehistoric Mammals

4 - running up,to much mammals with 2 votes

so people come on vote prehistoric mammal cheers
even when you don't like them

i shal update the list every day

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:31 pm

@STORMnl wrote:
so people come on vote prehistoric mammal cheers
even when you don't like them

all right, all right! i added Indricotherium and Brontotherium to my list. but only because i don't know of any giant impressive 4 horned wooly ice age sheep!

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:33 pm

stopped counting

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:36 pm

You can count my vote not only for the Thylacine, but also for Indricotherium and Elasmotherium. If it's a team work, I'll play with my team!
@STORMnl wrote:
here are the results till now for the Prehistoric mammals

4 - running up,to much mammals with 2 votes

so people come on vote prehistoric mammal cheers
even when you don't like them

i shal update the list every day,and made it now with Photo's

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:40 pm

stopped counting

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:42 pm

You make a good example for us all, - good idea to update Very Happy

@STORMnl wrote:
here are the results till now for the Prehistoric mammals

1 -Thylacine (6 votes) isn't a prehistoric mammal,,it's the tasmanian tiger


No, no, , The Tasman tiger was just later one. There has been many. Here from Wikipedia :

The modern thylacine first appeared about 4 million years ago. Species of the family Thylacinidae date back to the beginning of the Miocene; since the early 1990s, at least seven fossil species have been uncovered at Riversleigh, part of Lawn Hill National Park in northwest Queensland.[9][10] Dickson's Thylacine (Nimbacinus dicksoni) is the oldest of the seven discovered fossil species, dating back to 23 million years ago. This thylacinid was much smaller than its more recent relatives.[11] The largest species, the powerful thylacine (Thylacinus potens) which grew to the size of a wolf, was the only species to survive into the late Miocene.[12] In late Pleistocene and early Holocene times, the modern thylacine was widespread (although never numerous) throughout Australia and New Guinea.[13]

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:45 pm

haha i know,,i saw the cave painting haha

but was the first tasmanian tiger not basicly a heyenadon
they look so simmelar Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:47 pm

Very good, Storm. Ill do the same: I'll publish the bird ranking and ask for people to vote. I shall update counting on a daily basis!
We need more people counting other categories. C'mon guys, who's gonna take primates, North America and Sea Life/
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haha,,i start counting tomorrow again from page 7

so all prehistoric mammals that are on page 7 and above,,are new counts
also the 2 mammals above these post are tommorow on the list

so from page 7 and above,,are the new hits for tommorow

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:56 pm

Please edit your original posts! :)
You only have to remember where it is and edit and change or add your new choices or it would get very confuse! confused
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:58 pm

@Mastiffcat wrote:
@STORMnl wrote:
so people come on vote prehistoric mammal cheers
even when you don't like them

all right, all right! i added Indricotherium and Brontotherium to my list. but only because i don't know of any giant impressive 4 horned wooly ice age sheep!

Ah, you have a fantastic prehistoric sheep! Laughing ...no,no, not the Mojo wolly white rhino by Kikimalou! affraid
see here isn't it cute? :)
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:26 pm

@Roger wrote:
@Mastiffcat wrote:
i don't know of any giant impressive 4 horned wooly ice age sheep!

Ah, you have a fantastic prehistoric sheep! Laughing ...no,no, not the Mojo wolly white rhino by Kikimalou! affraid
see here isn't it cute? :)

remind me again why this thing is supposed to be related to sheep? Suspect his teeth? which ones, his upper incisors? Suspect scratch

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:01 pm

@Mastiffcat wrote:
@Roger wrote:
@Mastiffcat wrote:
i don't know of any giant impressive 4 horned wooly ice age sheep!

Ah, you have a fantastic prehistoric sheep! Laughing ...no,no, not the Mojo wolly white rhino by Kikimalou! affraid
see here isn't it cute? :)

remind me again why this thing is supposed to be related to sheep? Suspect his teeth? which ones, his upper incisors? Suspect scratch

See my choices, Carolynn, the first is a prehistoric reptile, the second a prehistoric whale. geek :geek:Scientists love this kind of analogy, mainly for impressive tv shows! fault is not mine! Laughing



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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:23 pm

@ roger,,youre wale is olready in my list,,but has not so much points yet
just 2 votes at the moment


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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:10 am

Ok it is exactly 00:01 in France and we are the 16 of november.

UPDATED the 22 of November at 21:05 (In France Wink)

A few stats just for fun

Number of wishlists : 36

Number of species : 367

Some species are maybe double because we can find more or less precise choices... Example : The Colobus monkey could be a guereza or a Black colobus, A black and white colobus could be a Guereza ora Ruwenzori black-and-white colobus or a Peters's Angola colobus.

Here is the Top 10 of all the species Cool


1 : Brazilian tapir - 15 votes ( assuming South american tapirs are another name for Brazilian...)
2 : Bongo - 14 votes
2 : Colobus monkey - 14 votes ( assuming Colobus Monkey + Black and white colobus + Black colobus + Guereza + White colobus)
2 : Gharial - 14 votes
5 : Fallow deer - 13 votes
5 : Leopard seal - 13 votes
5 : Saiga antelope - 13 votes
5: wisent - 13 votes
8 : - 12 votes
9 : Cassowary, Clouded leopard, Mouflon and Pronghorn - 12 votes

elephant Africa Top 5 elephant
1 : Bongo - 14 votes
2 : Caracal - 7 votes
2 : Honey badger - 7 votes
4 : Gemsbok - 6 votes
5 : Fossa and Hartebeest - 4 votes


Asia top 5

1 : Saiga antelope - 13 votes
2 : clouded leopard - 12 votes
3 : Markhor - 11 votes
4 : Gaur - 9 votes
5 : Babirusa - 7 votes

Birds top 5
1 : Cassowary - 12 votes
2 : Secretary bird - 5 votes
2 : Shoebill - 5 votes
4 : Crowned crane, Great Indian hornbill, Kiwi, Palm cockatoo and Saddle-billed Stork - 4 votes


Dinosaurs Top 5 alien

1 : Ouranosaurus - 2 votes
The others have all 1 vote Wink

Europe top 5
1 : Fallow deer - 13 votes
1 : Wisent - 13 votes
3 : Mouflon - 12 votes... Because European mouflon, Mediterranean or Corsica are all Ovis orientalis indeed
4 : Eurasian otter, Pardelle lynx and Stoat - 4 votes

North America top 5
1 : Pronghorn - 12 votes
2 : Dall's sheep - 10 votes
2 : Puma - 10 votes
4 : Bighorn sheep - 8 votes
5 : collared peccary - 6 votes ( assuming all pecaries in North America are collared and Whitelips are South american )

Prehistoric mammals top 5
1 : Thylacine - 7 votes
2 : Indricotherium - 6 votes
3 : Brontotherium - 3 votes
3 : Megaloceros - 3 votes ( Megaloceros + Irish elk + giant antler elk )
3 : Sivatherium - 3 votes

monkey Primates Top 5 monkey
No No Crazy french macaques on top 5 clown
1 : Colobus monkey - 14 votes (Colobus Monkey + Black and white colobus + Black colobus + Guereza + White colobus)
2 : Gelada - 7 votes
2 : Proboscis monkey - 7 votes
4 : Diana's monkey - 5 votes
4 : Sifaka - 5 votes


Reptiles Top 5

1 : Gharial - 14 votes
2 : Green Anaconda - 11 votes
3 : Nile monitor - 7 votes
4 : Alligator snapping turtle - 6 votes
5 : Komodo dragon : 5 votes

Sea life Top 5
1 : Leopard seal - 13 votes
2 : Elephant seal - 5 votes
2 : Hooded seal - 5 votes
2 : Walrus - 5 votes
5 : Dugong and Narwhal - 4 votes



South America Top 5
1 : Brazilian tapir - 15 votes
2 : Maned wolf - 8 votes
3 : Ocelot - 7 votes
3 : Sloth - 7 votes, assuming a three toed sloth is also a sloth Wink
5 : Tamandua - 6 votes

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:35 am

Thanks for your fantastic and helpful work Christophe! monkey
Actually a South American tapir is the same as a Brazilian tapir, is better consider the saiga in the Asian group and three toed sloths are those from Bradypus genus that represents some different species. It is better to count it with all the sloths! Laughing

These subspecies of mouflon are technically almost the same figure in terms of market.
Ahahah! In the facebook the spinosaurus have 2 votes! Laughing
I'll change some of my choices according with your counting, edit the original and tell you since you have it already well arranged! I'm so sorry that Kikimalou only has 1 vote! Crying or Very sad monkey But the garial goes very well! Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:17 am

Birds: Cassowary, Secretary bird, Guineafowl

Reptiles: Gharial, Anaconda, Nile monitor lizard

Africa: Bongo, Honey badger, Gerenuk

Asia: Markhor, Gaur, Saiga antelope

Primates: Proboscis monkey, Colobus monkey, Sifaka

Sea life: Elephant seal, Walrus, Hooded seal

South America: Brazilian tapir, Sloth, Maned wolf

North America: Musk Ox, Pronghorn, Bighorn sheep

Europe: Wisent, Fallow Deer, Stoat
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:36 am

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Thanks for your fantastic and helpful work Christophe! monkey
Actually a South American tapir is the same as a Brazilian tapir, is better consider the saiga in the Asian group and three toed sloths are those from Bradypus genus that represents some different species. It is better to count it with all the sloths! Laughing

These subspecies of mouflon are technically almost the same figure in terms of market.
Ahahah! In the facebook the spinosaurus have 2 votes! Laughing
I'll change some of my choices according with your counting, edit the original and tell you since you have it already well arranged! I'm so sorry that Kikimalou only has 1 vote! Crying or Very sad monkey But the garial goes very well! Wink

You're welcome Ro.. scratch Crocobert Very Happy

I will update at least everyday. Please everybody, tell us in a new post what you will update, what you add and what you remove. I don't want to count every time What a Face drunken

I will notice the time of the update in the statistic post Here.

Ro... Crocobert, I'm very happy you voted for a Kikimalou, a real piece of art Laughing But you are the only one... If you want to change and please a Crazy french macaque... Vote for the De Brazza's monkey Wink monkey

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:52 am

Add one more vote to the Guereza Monkey and the Sivatherium from me. I have edited my post and coloured these 2 in red! Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:02 am


stopped counting

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:13 am

Thanks for the stats Christophe bounce

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:24 am

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Add one more vote to the Guereza Monkey and the Sivatherium from me. I have edited my post and coloured these 2 in red! Wink

Ok Minhea Wink But what did you remove ?

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:26 am

Updated HERE at 9:00 (France) today Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:28 am

@ Kikimalou

it's no use that 2 people counts them
i stop counting

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:47 am

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@ Kikamalou

i update every day,,if i can the prehistoric list,,so look there for the votes
they are at this moment different than your's
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I UPDATED THE PREHISTORIC MAMMAL LIST

I just recount the Prehistoric mammals list scratch Have you seen STormni, Crocobert and kikimalou had two lists, one with pics and one without ? I counted them once Wink

Prehistoric mammal Top 5

1 : Indricotherium - 5 votes
1 : thylacine - 5 votes
3 : Brontotherium - 3 votes
4 : Megaloceros - 3 votes ( Megaloceros + Irish elk + giant antler elk )
4 : Sivatherium - 3 votes

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:52 am

Updated HERE at 9:48 (France) today Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:54 am

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I see you have a different list as I
for the prehistoric mammals

we follow your's
it's no use that 2 people counts them
i stop counting

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Sometimes two is better than one, I recounted and both of our lists were false, maybe some fellows made some changes without telling us ?

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:08 am

"4 : Gemsbok - 5 votes (Martin, I didn't know what to do with your "Oryx" ?)"

Leave him in that "gemsbok category" :)

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:16 am

Nothing I removed was in the top lists,so don't worry! Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:38 am

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"4 : Gemsbok - 5 votes (Martin, I didn't know what to do with your "Oryx" ?)"

Leave him in that "gemsbok category" :)

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:41 pm

It is worthy of note that there's only 2 African species in the overall Top-10.
Indeed, African wildlife is well represented on the market at the expense of other continents. And collectors want changes of this situation!

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:23 pm

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It is worthy of note that there's only 2 African species in the overall Top-10.
Indeed, African wildlife is well represented on the market at the expense of other continents. And collectors want changes of this situation!
I don´t Wink More Africa wildlife for me... bounce

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:25 pm

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I don´t Wink More Africa wildlife for me... bounce
Very Happy Very Happy But this is a rather constricted approach to collecting, isn't it?
Moreover, my "playing experience" with children shows that they are fond of assorting their animals by different continents. And Africa is always overcrowded in their games while, say, South America and Australia are very low in wild population... Although, it does reflect the current situation in the wildlife world... scratch scratch So maybe the manufacturers are right :) rendeer

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:18 pm

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@MartinH wrote:
I don´t Wink More Africa wildlife for me... bounce
Very Happy Very Happy But this is a rather constricted approach to collecting, isn't it?
I don´t think so... I was always into africa animals so... for me it´s my priority to have as much african animals as possible :) Ofcourse I love all animals (well not all of them) so... animals from other continents are great bonus for me :) Few years ago i was collecting only giraffes and zebras and look at me now... I´m searching for mooses, muskoxes and yaks like a mad man Very Happy Like a Star @ heaven Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:44 pm

@MartinH wrote:
@Kiryuha wrote:
It is worthy of note that there's only 2 African species in the overall Top-10.
Indeed, African wildlife is well represented on the market at the expense of other continents. And collectors want changes of this situation!
I don´t Wink More Africa wildlife for me... bounce

I agree with Martin and the STS collectors and I must disagree with you Kyril. Wink Mainly because I have all the stats Laughing

Indeed, African species are only two on the Top 10 because STS members chose a lot of different species and especially in Africa. it means the votes are more scattered for African animal than for the others. I guess Africa is still the favorite spot and it's not an advantage in a vote where you can choose three species in each categories.

Speaking about categories, here are the number of different species for each of them.

Africa 37
Asia 33
Birds 46
Dinos 10
Europe 23
North America 32
Prehistoric mammals 28
Primates 37
Reptiles 27
Sea life 27
South America 30

And now the number of species/ number of votes / Number of animals in Top10 in each continent

Africa 77 / 181 / 2
Asia 65 / 156 / 3
Europe 24 / 64 / 2
North America 40 / 92 / 0
Oceania 13 / 32 / 1
South America 48 / 113 / 1

Funny to see that North America have 0 on Top 10 despite 92 votes and Oceania have 1 on top 10 with only 32 votes Laughing

So a continent Top 6 would be :

Africa
Asia
South America
North America
Europe
Oceania

I guess the Oceanian score is low mainly because we don't vote for an Aussie category Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:29 pm

Could we Vote on Aussie Choices????????????????????????
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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:38 pm

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Could we Vote on Aussie Choices????????????????????????

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PostSubject: Re: Our choices for Mojo 2013?   Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:12 am

Here are my late choices:

PRE-HISTORIC/EXTINCT ANIMALS: Cave lion, Thylacine, quagga

BIRDS: lyrebird, Lady Amherst pheasant, quetzal

DINO'S: None for me...

REPTILES: gharial, green anaconda, nile monitor

AFRICA: pygmy hippo, aardwolf, grevy zebra

ASIA: clouded leopard, banteng, babirussa

PRIMATES: Diana meercat, aye-aye, gelada male

SEA-LIFE: hourglass dolphin, narwhal, dugong

SOUTH-AMERICA: jaguarundi, ocelot, pink Amazon river dolphin(boto)

NORTH-AMERICA: puma, dall sheep, pronghorn

EUROPA: wisent, wild cat, Iberian(Spanish-, pardel-)lynx

OCEANIA: Tasmanian devil, rock wallaby, perenti



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