Moorva Nature

Moorva is in a tropical zone, and is comparable to Cambodia and the more jungle-bound regions of India. Thus much of the island is wreathed in jungle or hard-won and often flooded grasslands, making it home to a stunning variety of species. Crocodiles, parrots, tigers, orchids, and various other exotic natives are all common.

The more elevated portions of the region are either hills that have been exploited for orchard terraces, wineries, and elevated rice paddies. A few solitary mountains are equally hot and humid, and are home to civets, dholes, a smaller species of bear, and a greater number of tigers.

Local domesticated animals include pet monkeys, goats, a few sheep, and a variety of game fowls kept for their eggs.

Shield crabs

Regions Moorva

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