Welcome to Hermit Island-Hermipedia!
What is Hermipedia? It’s The Viking & the hermit’s free encyclopedia to discover and describe the world of Hermit Island.
Today’s Feature: Hermit Island
HermitIsland is thought to be located in the Mediterranean Sea or Ocean, although its exact location is unknown.
Its habitat consists of beach, grassy meadows, mountains and forest.
Flora and Fauna:
It is home to much flora and fauna including the ocean and land. It has alluvial soil suitable for growing a variety of crops including food and natural fibers, as well as a moderate, warm and wet climate.
Some of the wildlife includes: grabbas, seahorses, shakus, gitchoos, zuchies, zingos and firebirds. Hermit Bay stocks a variety of ocean life with hundreds of species of fish.
Wild life exhibits both larger and smaller manifestations from typical species, while displaying varied traits.
For example, Hermit Island seahorses are 6 feet tall and range in weight from 200-300 lbs. They reach speeds of 30 mph, are expert swimmers, as well as capable of breathing above and below water. A typical seahorse is 0.6-14 inches tall, and very slow at only a top speed of 5 feet per hour. Typical seahorses are also considered poor swimmers.
Plants and animal species on land also display varied sizes and traits from other known areas. Some plant life includes: cypress trees, fig trees, cashew trees, grasses, bamboo and bougainvillea.