Sabrito Island Edit
In 1986, a United States military ship, the Saberito, landed on an unknown landmass while crossing the Atlantic Ocean. As the soldiers searched the island, a diverse ecosystem engulfed the explorers. Never before had man seen polar bears roaming in a humid forest. Multicolored birds and insects littered the sky, as the blistering sun penetrated through the mountainous branches splitting the skyline above. Once the Sabrito returned to the U.S., Scientists from every background travelled to this mysterious bionetwork now titled Sabrito Island.
Sabrito Island is located slightly less than 500 miles off the coast of Morocco. Although the climate is similar to the jungles of South America, the strong sea breeze keeps the animals from overheating in the tropical air. Creatures from every corner of the globe can be found traveling the unique terrain. 40,000 species have been verified on Sabrito Island, and zoologists believe that they have more than 5,000 unidentified beasts to catolog. Mammals such as snow leopards, kangaroos, and grizzly bears can be found drinking at one of the many rivers and streams that divide the island. While river dolphins can be seen leaping off the beach, woodpeckers can be heard hammering into a redwood. Not only is the wildlife one-of-a-kind, but the varieties of plants reaches over 100,000. Desert cactus can be found on the peaks above the tree line, whereas massive kelp beds are less than three miles away floating off the coast. No territory on earth has as many species of biological specimens per square mile as Saberito Island.