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Fort Lewis Zoological Gardens
The Fort Lewis Zoo belongs to the UCAS military. Even though it’s open to the public, it’s guarded by UCAS Army Military Police, who are a bit better trained, more alert, and more wary than your standard rent-a-cops.
There are plenty of ordinary animals, lions and tigers, enormous Asian elephants, antelopes, zebra, and giraffes, but stranger fare is also present. You see winged pegasi running in herds in their roofed grasslands enclosure, de-venomed eykyelebenle hanging lazily from the canopy of their artificial jungle habitat, a chitinous, emerald-armored wyrd mantis standing nearly two meters tall, and much more. Perhaps most impressive is the mated pair of phoenixes in their enormous, open-air enclosure, safely contained by sonic fences, twining around each other in flight, their fiery auras crackling with power