Several Animals in a BitLife Zoo
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How to breed animals in BitLife

Breed animals to make beautiful

One of the best ways to increase your profit numbers as a Zoo Keeper in BitLife is to keep baby animals as part of your display regularly. To do this, you need to have a male and female version of the same animal and breed them to make offspring. So, here is a brief guide on how to breed animals in BitLife and keep the revenue flowing.

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Like in real life, to make offspring or any baby animal in BitLife, you need a male and female version of the same animal. For example, if you want a baby hippopotamus in your Zoo, you will require a male and female hippopotamus to breed.

Sometimes, you won't have a pair of the same animal type in your Zoo. Either one of the partners may have died due to illness, or you might only have a single animal while opening the Zoo. Irrespective of the reason, you have to get a pair to start breeding. So, how do you get a partner for your single animal? Well, that is where the Trading Post comes in use.

The Trading Post in BitLife
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Browse through the entire Trading Post and look for a suitable partner of the opposite gender for your animal. You can find partners for almost every type of animal, like mammals, birds, reptiles, and more. Also, the Trading Post allows you to give your single animal to other Zoo or Wildlife sanctuaries who are looking for a similar animal to breed with their solo animal.

The Breeding Option in BitLife
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Once you have found a healthy pair of animals, the only thing left to do is breed and produce offspring. Click on the animal name from the Animals section and press the Breed option under the Activities tab. As mentioned earlier, if you have both animals, the breeding process will begin, and the female animal will get pregnant. The following year, you will have a beautiful baby animal to display in your Zoo.

A baby animal in BitLife Zoo
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One final tip I want to share: Rather than making all your animals pregnant at the same time, make one baby per year and keep rotating the list. For instance, if this year you had baby otters, pick coyotes for the next year and then parrots. Doing this allows you to have at least one baby animal in your Zoo and keep the revenue flowing.

For more on BitLife, check out How to select new animals for your Zoo in BitLife or How many pets can you own in BitLife? on Pro Game Guides.

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Vignesh Raja
Vignesh Raja started as a Freelancer and became a Full-Time Staff writer at Pro Game Guides in March 2024. He has an engineering degree in IT and was previously a Semi-Professional Apex Legends and Paladins eSports player. His passion for multiplayer games made him pursue a career in writing to share his knowledge about competitive gaming. Nowadays, he spends his time writing guides for Valorant, BitLife, and Roblox. Also, he manages and coaches upcoming BGMI players in his free time to help them thrive in India's competitive eSports scene.

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