Turkey has over 200 with 36 connecting. Other cities in united states, and Canada have them.
I think it would be great for tourism.
It is working for other cities.
I'm trying to raise money.
Well, nobel idea, but unless Bill Gates or Warren Buffet or some other billionaires help you... good luck.
And if Retribution is any example, you can sure make money hand-over-fist with tourism. Not sure how all my happy little alien citizens under Precursor empathy mind-control can afford to pay me all those quadrillions of credits in tourism when they are being taxed at 100%, but it's true.
Tourism usually comes from outside. That is why it is based on influence.
You could build a tree city to promote tourism. Here is a memento to all the brilliant engineers, entrepreneurs, and celebrities of the great Snathi Empire:
And don't ever call them chipmunks. They get offended by it.
Does my ant farm count?
Can you engineer to make them a lot bigger. If you can they would be great. Sloths, and armidillo's would also work. Ants would gather in numbers better.
The big armadillos are for real. Here's a pic I took of a fossil:
In prehistoric times these things were about the size of a VW bug. Definitely not roadkill--if you hit it, your car would be the roadkill.
We need to bring them back to help build my underground city. Anything before 6.4 million years ago would be possible. Machines would work as a substitute though.
Maybe these guys can help. I dunno.
I would need them bigger can you make them
After we dig the tunnels we could turn them loose somewhere. Like Atlaska, or the Northwest Territory.
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