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The land area of the Kingdom of Dulozud is approximately ####### sqaure kilometers. The country is split into four main regions: the Ekuos River region, the NAME Desert, the NAME Mountains, and the NAME Coasts. (more intro plz)
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The Name Coasts is a geographical region with a Hot-Summer Mediterranean climate that ranges in elevation from 500 meters to sea level. The region can be further divided into the Lowland Coastal Subregion and the Foothill Subregion. The Coastal Subregion is a wide coastal plain vegetated by grasses, shrubs, sub-shrubs, herbs, and sparse patches of conifers and fruit trees. Some of the most fertile land in the country is located in the lowlands; many rivers and streams bring down sediments and nutrients from the foothill subregion. Grasses, shrubs, herbs, and sparse patches of conifers and fruit trees vegetate the land. The foothills average at around 250 to 500 meters in elevation. Shrubs make up over 65% of the vegetation in the foothills, with evergreen, deciduous, and fruit trees making up the rest. Average temperatures during the warmest month is around 22°C and during the coldest between 18 and -3°C. Hot-Summer Mediterranean climates are characterized by having dry summers and mild, wet winters.
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The NAME Mountains is a geographical region (rewrite intro)… (cold desert, cold semi-arad, hot desert)
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The NAME Desert is a… (hot desert, cold desert)
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The geographical region surrounding the Ekuos river… (hot desert)
  
 
===Geology===
 
===Geology===
  
 
===Climate===
 
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Hot Desert, Cold Semi-Arad, Cold Desert, Hot-Summer Mediterranean
 
===Biodiversity===
 
===Biodiversity===
  

Latest revision as of 16:56, 30 March 2020

Kingdom of Dulozud
Duylozuhd
Flag
Motto: Something
Anthem: Something
Royal anthemSomething
Capital
and
Guzodubez
Official languages Tulsan
Demonym Dulozi

Country (Language: Dulozud [dujlozuʰd]), officially the Kingdom of Dulozud, is a country located in central Baredina. Dulozud is ...

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Geography

The land area of the Kingdom of Dulozud is approximately ####### sqaure kilometers. The country is split into four main regions: the Ekuos River region, the NAME Desert, the NAME Mountains, and the NAME Coasts. (more intro plz)

The Name Coasts is a geographical region with a Hot-Summer Mediterranean climate that ranges in elevation from 500 meters to sea level. The region can be further divided into the Lowland Coastal Subregion and the Foothill Subregion. The Coastal Subregion is a wide coastal plain vegetated by grasses, shrubs, sub-shrubs, herbs, and sparse patches of conifers and fruit trees. Some of the most fertile land in the country is located in the lowlands; many rivers and streams bring down sediments and nutrients from the foothill subregion. Grasses, shrubs, herbs, and sparse patches of conifers and fruit trees vegetate the land. The foothills average at around 250 to 500 meters in elevation. Shrubs make up over 65% of the vegetation in the foothills, with evergreen, deciduous, and fruit trees making up the rest. Average temperatures during the warmest month is around 22°C and during the coldest between 18 and -3°C. Hot-Summer Mediterranean climates are characterized by having dry summers and mild, wet winters.

The NAME Mountains is a geographical region (rewrite intro)… (cold desert, cold semi-arad, hot desert)

The NAME Desert is a… (hot desert, cold desert)

The geographical region surrounding the Ekuos river… (hot desert)

Geology

Climate

Hot Desert, Cold Semi-Arad, Cold Desert, Hot-Summer Mediterranean

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