Along the Eastern Shore, a narrow plain lies between the Devils' Teeth and the Great Ocean. Here, the eastern slopes of the Devil's Teeth are rich with gem deposits.
A mile-wide strip of grassland runs between the Devils' Teeth and the shore. Twenty yards offshore is a barrier reef. The water within the space between is quite shallow, creating a natural salt pan.
Flora & Fauna
Several species of shrimp, ranging from 1 to 15 cm in length inhabit the salt pan, feeding on algae and detritus brought in by the waves.
Seagulls and other shore-birds fish the shallow waters of the salt pan.
Countless species of fish, mollusks, and crustaceans inhabit the ocean side of the reef.
Gems, salt, fish, mollusks, crustaceans, shrimp, and shore-birds(live and not)