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This place is dominated by many species of grasses that seem to hold water on the ground. Though be warned due to the fact that many of the plant species don't have grazing predators they themselves have become carnivorous creatures feeding on unsuspecting passersby.
This massive Peat bog dominates the center of the southern territory. The peat bunches acting as pathways through the land here. Though be weary as some of these floating walkways may not be as sturdy as they appear.
This large forested area holds dangerous waters, as many alligators and crocodiles call this place home. There is exposed land here though most of it is merely connected with floating peat moss. Many creatures mostly amphibious or winged call this place home.
This large Mangrove forest grows between Grestorn Swamp and the Transedey Estuary, many fish call this place home, though this also calls in the predators that feed on those fish.The tangled roots of the mangrove trees create a network of solid bridges through the area allowing easy passage. In placed these roots have even formed small areas of what can be used of dens all of them ranging in different sizes.
This copastal wetland is dangerous as one can never know just how deep the mud here is. Making coming here a dangerous idea. Some places the mud can act as quickly as quickly sand devouring unsuspecting creatures in second, with just a single misstep. This coastal region is exposed twice a day for six hours in the morning and six hours at night. As the tide moves quickly here it can often swallow up those who find themselves here at the wrong time.