Tag Archives: Yabun Forest

The Black Mardik

The black mardik is the second largest tree climber in Yabun forest as well as the second largest mardik. Males can weigh up to nine kilograms and females up to seven. They are black in color with faint spotting and … Continue reading

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The Juka Tree Flower

The flowers of the Juka tree are large and have thick waxy pedals. They offer up energy-rich nectar to animals and insects in order to pass on their pollen to other Juka trees in the area. Some of the pollinators … Continue reading

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The Spotted Bufodd

The Spotted Bufodd is a small, winged arthropod that inhabits the High Wood. Of the many species of Bufodd found here, this particular species has a unique role. This small creature shares a symbiotic relationship to the largest predator in … Continue reading

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The Gigatus

The Gigatus are the largest animals living in Yabun Forest. They grow to a staggering 6.7 m in height and weigh about 7 tons. These animals are arthropods, characterized by their segmented exoskeleton and jointed limbs and they have been documented … Continue reading

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The Sabulo

The Sabulo is a large amphibious fish that mainly inhabits waters near the mouth of Yabun pass just below of the High Wood. They are found throughout the entire river however, and can become larger down south. This fish is … Continue reading

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The Greater Fugamus

The Greater Fugamus is a large bipedal rodent that populates a vast majority of Yabun Forest. Females live in small herds of about eight while males are solitary. Both sexes posses a pair of enlarged top canine teeth, although the males … Continue reading

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The Miku

Miku (Missum Dapsilis) This small epiphyte is the most adaptable plant species in Yabun Forest. Miku can grow on virtually any surface, as they do not need a root system to absorb water and nutrients. Instead, the “roots” are used … Continue reading

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Yabun Forest

Solturna’s Garden Paradise Yabun Forest (commonly known and The High Wood) is a montane moist forest that is situated west of the Balandic Mountains. It holds 75 percent of Solturna’s flora species and is the second largest forest on the … Continue reading

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