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The Atlin Zoological Park was an attraction and landmark structure on the planet Andoria and was situated in the city of Lor'Tan; specifically in the suburb of Atlin.

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The zoo was opened in 2230 and was aimed for being the home with numerous animals that demonstrated bioluminescent capabilities. By the end of the 23rd century, the Atlin Zoological Park was home to over 500 different species from across the Alpha Quadrant who were cared for by the curators of the park. (Decipher RPG module: Worlds)

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The planet Andor
cities and settlements HarbortownLaibokLaikan (Tumulus District) • Lor'TanLor'Vela UFP emblem image. Andorian emblem image.
landmarks and institutions Andorian AcademyAtlin Zoological ParkGrand StaircaseInterstellar HeadquartersInterstellar InstituteLaikan Military AcademyNew Therin ParkTherin ParkTower Hill
geography Weyzhiss Mountains
bodies of water Anshim OceanBo'abCentral CanalEmarnl LakeFrost RiverKhyzhon SeaLa'Len OceanLa'Vor SeaLor'Tan StraitMar'itMoss RiverSmathl LakeLake Thalassa
lifeforms alicorneAndorian amoebaAndorian bullAndorian redbatAndorian tuber rootatlirithice-borestinging centipedeZabathu

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