Fauna & Flora
Bears: Subsisting on fish, berries, ground squirrels, and cobos; the common bears can be found wherever people are not. They hibernate half the year in dens in the high and low places. Wolves: Elusive grey creatures that prowl in packs and known for hunting people. Wolverines: A rare sight given the amount of over-hunting perpetrated in the past. Foxes: Two species of omnivorous foxes of similar shape with thick, reddish-yellow fur bushy, white-tip tails or gray-brown fur with a black stripe along the spine. Lake Otters: A recovering population of otters, due the barrage of lightning during the battle, is put under a conservation directive. Beavers: Considered a nuisance in the daily life of residences, they are nonetheless vital in reconstructing the ecosystem of the Meadow Mere Birds: Eagles, owls, falcons, ravens, ducks, geese, swans, seabirds, shorebirds, and passerines frequently nest, roost and hunt in the surround habitats.
Minerals: There are several small pockets of valuable ores within the rocks surrounding the Great Lakes area,from which iron ore, zinc, silver, coal, copper and lead are mined.
Calixtlahuaca CampaThe peninsula is home to only two calpōlli: Coyo and Atoyac. Together, they form the Calixtlahuaca Campa which is administered from Coyo due to its more fertile soil. And as a result, the great majority of the inhabitants live on the lakeward facing side for easy access to the lakes. Atoyac is a region of inhabited caves within the chain of wave-like hills to avoid the dust devils and as defense against Wargs. Population growth is restricted to this landscape feature for fear of bandits and raiders across the desert.
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