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SO In a world of anthropomorphic mammals, rabbit Judy Hopps from rural Bunnyburrow fulfills her childhood dream of becoming a police officer in urban Zootopia. Despite being the academy valedictorian, Judy is delegated to parking duty by Chief Bogo, who doubts her potential because she is a rabbit: Chief Bogo believes that smaller mammals are incapable of becoming effective officers. On her first day on the job, she is hustled by a con artist fox duo, Nick Wilde and Finnick. Judy abandons parking duty to arrest Duke Weaselton, a weasel who stole a bag of crocus bulbs known as Midnicampum holicithias. Bogo reprimands her, but an otter, Mrs. Otterton, enters Bogo's office pleading for someone to find her husband Emmitt, one of fourteen animals who have been reported missing. When Judy volunteers and the city's assistant mayor, Dawn Bellwether, praises the assignment, Bogo has no choice but to give Judy the case, stipulating she has forty-eight hours to find Otterton and that she must resign if she fails.
Judy blackmails Nick into assisting her by covertly recording his confession to tax evasion, having ascertained from photo evidence that Nick was the last to see Emmitt. They track Emmitt to a limousine owned by crime boss Mr. Big, who reveals Emmitt went "savage"—reverted to a feral state—and attacked his chauffeur Manchas. At his home, Manchas mentions Emmitt yelled about "Night Howlers" before the attack. Then Manchas himself turns savage and chases the pair. Judy saves Nick by trapping Manchas and calls the ZPD for help. Upon their arrival, Manchas has vanished. Bogo demands Judy turn in her badge, but Nick, being saved by Judy earlier, returns the favor by reminding Chief Bogo that Judy still has ten hours remaining. While leaving the scene, Nick reveals to Judy that he became a con artist because, as a child, he tried to join the Junior Ranger Scouts, but got rejected by them because none of the scouts trusted him for being a fox, which is a predator while the others were prey.
At the City Hall, Bellwether offers Judy and Nick access to the city's traffic cameras. They discover Manchas was captured by wolves, whom Judy surmises are the "Night Howlers". They locate the missing predators—all gone savage—imprisoned at Cliffside Asylum, where Zootopia's mayor, Leodore Lionheart, hides them from the public while trying to determine the cause of their behavior. Lionheart and the asylum staff are arrested for false imprisonment and Bellwether becomes the new mayor. Judy, praised for solving the case, has become friends with Nick and asks him to join the ZPD as her partner. However, she upsets him at a press conference by blaming predatory biology for the recent savage behavior, resulting in him angrily rejecting her offer; her comments also incite hateful speech and discrimination against predators throughout Zootopia. Wracked with guilt, Judy quits her job and returns home. There, Judy learns the Night Howlers are actually the crocus bulbs Weaselton stole, and they contain a neurotoxin that has severe psychotropic effects on mammals. After returning to Zootopia and tearfully reconciling with Nick, the duo confronts Weaselton, who, with persuasion from Mr. Big, tells them the bulbs he stole were for a ram named Doug. They find Doug in a laboratory hidden in the city subway, developing a drug made from Night Howlers, which he has been shooting at predators with a dart gun.
Judy and Nick obtain the serum as evidence, but before they can reach the ZPD, Bellwether confronts them in the Natural History Museum and takes the evidence, revealing herself as the mastermind behind a prey-supremacist conspiracy to frame predators as dangerous and savage. Bellwether traps them in an exhibition after Nick refuses to abandon an injured Judy. She then shoots Nick with the dart gun to make him kill Judy, whilst she summons the ZPD for help, but the duo had disarmed the gun by replacing the ammunition with blueberries and baited Bellwether into openly declaring her role in the attacks and recorded the confession, just as the ZPD arrives on the scene.
Bellwether and her accomplices are arrested for their crimes, while Lionheart, still in prison, publicly denies knowledge of her plot and states that imprisoning the infected predators was a "wrong thing for the right reason". With the cause of the epidemic identified, the predators are cured and Judy rejoins the ZPD. Nick graduates from the Zootopia Police Academy as the city's first fox police officer and becomes Judy's partner. Then there's a sequel to it posted on deviant art as a multiple part comic.
What do you think? Pretty original right?