The geographical structure of Cemanahauc is deceptively simple for a continent-sized landmass. The continent's topography is often likened to a huge bowl owing to its flat interior almost ringed by high mountains. With the exception of narrow coastal plains on the Seohae and Euxine Oceans, there are three main topographic features: the Inkus, a central lowland, and the extensive Tepui Highlands in the east. There is also the Guanahaní islands which are multiple island groups within the sea the of the same name, known as a common tourist spot and cultural center.
Fauna & Flora
Cemanahauc is one of the most biodiverse continents on earth. It is home to many interesting and unique species of animals including the llama, anaconda, piranha, jaguar, vicuña, and tapir. The rainforests possess high biodiversity, containing a major proportion of the species.
Cemanahauc's major mineral resources are gold, silver, copper, iron ore, tin, and petroleum. These resources found have brought high income to its countries especially in times of war or of rapid economic growth by industrialized countries elsewhere. However, the concentration in producing one major export commodity often has hindered the development of diversified economies.