As a landmass spanning over 220,000 km2, Craton II is very diverse geographically. Most notably, average temperatures vary very little due to the uniformity inherent to a Dyson sphere, so most variation in biomes is due to elevation and rainfall. The central and southeast regions are almost entirely comprised of deep, impenetrable rainforests. To the west, there are some temperate and dry forests interspersed with farmland, and the far southwest is quite developed. In the northeast, there is a significant ammount of deforestation due to lumber harvest. At the southwest tip, there are thousands of tropical islands and fjords, and in the southeast there is a large bay hiding a massive blue hole. Along the east side of the craton runs a massive mountain range, which is part of why it’s virtually untouched.
Flora & Fauna
Craton II contains flora and fauna typical of South America and Southeast Asia, as well as magical and exotic life-forms (see biota by environment for d&d stats and explanations). Notably, it still contains megafauna such as giant sloths, glyptodonts, short-faced bears, and saber-toothed cats.
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