Local zones need to be shrunk from 2 miles square down to 1 mile square.
So an average person can walk to other zones.
So people who live in small country towns have the ability to also get dinosaurs from more than one or two zones.
So those out in the country could walk down the road a shorts ways to get to another zone with other spawns.
Where does this come from:
Visiting my mother in my small home town out in farm country, 3/4 of the 1 mile wide, 1.5 mile long town was Local 1. If it isn’t bad enough that I’m curse to both live and work in a local 1 zone, I go and visit my mom 350 miles away who just happens to live in local 1 also.
If the zones were 1 mile square instead of 2, small town could have access to all 4 locals by just going for a moderated walk.
As it is now, if you live in the country or in a small town, your advancement in this game is very much limited. For a game that is much for kids, zones as large as they are is a huge draw back. 1 mile square zones would be more fun and make more dinosaurs accessible.
My personal location has me having to go 2 miles south to hit a local 4, east and west 1 mile to get to local 3. I can walk 10 minutes north to get to local 2. You practically have to have a car to really progress well in this game.
If shrinking zones is impossible at this point, complete zone rotations could really help things if they happened every 3 to 4 weeks so those who live out in the sticks could grow dinos whose components are from two different zones.