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The Environments of Geb7List of environments of ColossicaThe Environments of Geb7 by Tapejara
Name meaning: Giant
GREAT NORTHERN SWAMP
Fed by many storms brought by the Thymomenic Ocean, the Great Northern Swamp is a gigantic, humid forest with a great variety of vegetation. It is indeed where most of the non-carnivorous plants are concentrated and were able to survive due to the richness of the soil there. The area is supported by fresh water lakes and streams, making it ideal for all kinds of life form to survive. The animals that live within are usually smaller than those in the Great Savannah as there is less space to run around but are also more flexible. However some larger herbivores patrol the outskirt of the Swamp to feed on the trees.
Although the Great Northern Swamp is often struck by lightning storms, little of it burns down due to the high humidity. Surprisingly, the highest region of the Great Northern Swamp is higher in latitude relative to Churchill (a city north of Manitoba located near the Arctic Tundra) on Earth. Yet
Alternative Evolution Project IdeaWhat if Asian fauna crossed the land bridge that connected Asia with Australia?Alternative Evolution Project Idea by Leggurm
How would the Asian Fauna adapt? What would happen to Australias native Fauna?
Gibbons living in the Cape York Penninsula
Omniverous Baboon-like Monkeys living in the centre of Australia
Small Monkeys that extract the toxins from Eucalyptus leaves
A Rhino? or even several Rhinos?
Monkeys living in the rainforests of Queensland
Mesonychia and Creodonta: Chapter 1Early Eocene, GermanyMesonychia and Creodonta: Chapter 1 by Leggurm
A lone Propalaeotherium, a primitive horse, searches among the leaf litter for fallen fruit. He finds one, a grape, and eats it hungrily. He continues searching. His searching is interrupted by a rustle of leaves. He stops sniffing at the ground and his ears perk up, listening for sounds that would betray a predator. He hears none and goes back to his foraging. Again he hears leaves rustling. He listens and hears nothing. But he definitely smells something. His keen nose points him to a small grove of bushes in which he can make out a predator.
He brays in panic and flees, followed by his hunter. The hunter is fast and keeps up with her prey. But she lost the element of surprise when the Propalaeotherium spotted her in the bush and her target has soon escaped into the forest. She gives up on the chase and rests, panting with exhaustion. While she rests we see she resembles a cat in size and body shape, but with a head resembling that of a Fox and her patterned coa
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