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==Isle of Chalmea - Neolithic Times==
 
==Isle of Chalmea - Neolithic Times==
 
[[File:Poblamientohumano.png|thumb|354px|Chalmea, the orange-red areas indicate degree of human population]]
 
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The Chalmean landmass is located on the strait that separates the northern continent that isn't connected by land to the north pole landmass and the large octopus-shaped continent to it's southwest. It was first populated around -1500 by the peoples indigenous to the northern rainforest after the Tll-Ikish invasions, now known as the [[Chalmean People|Chalmeans]] . Chalmean folklore has many stories of red-skinned toothless demons with slits for eyes, called Sîksé, which came from the oceans of dirt and killed everyone to appease the foul spirits they worshipped as gods. The island had no known living human populations, though there are lithic remains of human activity, and forgotten tribes might yet live deep within the dense jungle.
 
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The Chalmean landmass is located on the strait that separates the northern continent that isn't connected by land to the north pole landmass and the large octopus-shaped continent to it's southwest. It was first populated around -1500 by the peoples indigenous to the northern rainforest after the Tll-Ikish invasions, now known as the Chalmeans . Chalmean folklore has many stories of red-skinned toothless demons with slits for eyes, called Sîksé, which came from the oceans of dirt and killed everyone to appease the foul spirits they worshipped as gods. The island had no known living human populations, though there are lithic remains of human activity, and forgotten tribes might yet live deep within the dense jungle.
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The sea is rich in coral reef fish, but poor in marine mammals and there are no whales. There is a reasonable amount of shellfish. The jungle is full of animals; tigers, lions, tapirs, small elephants, monkeys, caymans, and a myriad of small frogs, lizards, birds, and mostly insects. Plenty of poisonous creepy-crawlers, and even more weird chemicals in the jungle... so yeah, drugs and medicine. What mineral resources are available can only be obtained in limited locations, since the soil and vegetation layer is so thick. Also, the ground of much of the jungle, and the savanna that was once jungle, is very poor in nutrients. Large game are few and apart; elusive elephants, cunning apes and dangerous reptiles [anaconda, crocs, etc].

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Isle of Chalmea - Neolithic Times

Chalmea, the orange-red areas indicate degree of human population


The Chalmean landmass is located on the strait that separates the northern continent that isn't connected by land to the north pole landmass and the large octopus-shaped continent to it's southwest. It was first populated around -1500 by the peoples indigenous to the northern rainforest after the Tll-Ikish invasions, now known as the Chalmeans . Chalmean folklore has many stories of red-skinned toothless demons with slits for eyes, called Sîksé, which came from the oceans of dirt and killed everyone to appease the foul spirits they worshipped as gods. The island had no known living human populations, though there are lithic remains of human activity, and forgotten tribes might yet live deep within the dense jungle. The sea is rich in coral reef fish, but poor in marine mammals and there are no whales. There is a reasonable amount of shellfish. The jungle is full of animals; tigers, lions, tapirs, small elephants, monkeys, caymans, and a myriad of small frogs, lizards, birds, and mostly insects. Plenty of poisonous creepy-crawlers, and even more weird chemicals in the jungle... so yeah, drugs and medicine. What mineral resources are available can only be obtained in limited locations, since the soil and vegetation layer is so thick. Also, the ground of much of the jungle, and the savanna that was once jungle, is very poor in nutrients. Large game are few and apart; elusive elephants, cunning apes and dangerous reptiles [anaconda, crocs, etc].