LAND PLANTS

Soon after the land formations began to cool, massive tidal waves began to pound Feotus' land.  Nevertheless, this help distribute the same cells that formed many water plants.  New types of plants evolved through time on land.  They evolved to adapt to their geographic location.  They first sprouted along the coast, then the tropical forests, and finally the mountains.

BECOAVES:

In the coast...

As Vivaaqua cells saturated Feotus' land, they quickly evolved into a land plant.  Due to the constant waves, the cells quickly adapted to its wet environment.  However, the cells had something else that helped them transform themselves and thrive on land, Feotus' sun.  Through photosynthesis, this plant, Gronella, grew strong green spongy leaves that were sturdy enough to sustain the frequent tidal waves.  Although they remained short, no taller than half an inch, they also evolved exterior root-like vines that wrapped themselves around its rocky environment.  Not only did it help this plant to become stable, the thin root-like vines acted as a mechanism of drinking an allowable amount on water when its own roots were over saturated with water.

In the tropical forest...

The Gronella soon evolved from a small vine to a thicker and more robust vine, named Pugas.  The once spongy leaf, evolved into a more wider and flatter leaf.  The leaves allowed the plant to capture as much light for photosynthesis from the dense canopy of the tropical forest.  However, the root-like vines became stronger and larger, but lost their water drinking mechanism.  They in turn, evolved into vines that supported Pugas taller vines and stalks.  They have measured to be as tall as 7 feet.  

In the mountains...

This genus of land plants is the most well known and liked because of its unique beauty and elegance. It is believed that the origin of this plant did originate in the coast, like all others.  However, this land plant evolved into a more fragile plant because it did not have to take the constant beating of the strong tidal waves and the fight for light.  Thus, Levelas are a rare beauty that wraps itself onto rocks and trees for support.  However, due to the strong winds that sometimes occur on Feotus, the plant has evolved into a green thinner vine that almost has transparent leaves.  These leaves still have veins that transport food and water to the leaves, but allow wind to pass through without hurting the fragile plant.

JUNFOCALS

In the coast...

Vivaaqua cells saturated Feotus' land, but they also were pushed further inland into the farther part of the coast. They also quickly evolved into a land plant.  The cells adapted to its breezy and humid environment and thrived from it.  Through photosynthesis as well, this plant, Weacops, grew thin strong blades that bend withough much damage. They grow to be about 6 inches tall and create small tiny fruits at the base of the plants that also gives the plant needed support..

In the tropical forest...

The fruit of the Weacops soon traveled from the coast into the tropical area.  There the fruit grew new plants into the tropical area.  However, through time, the plant evolved into a new plant, named Pretous.  The blades became wider, trying to catch the minimum light available from the forest's canopy.  However, the plant's fruit became bigger from the fertile soil the forest had to offer.  This provided even more support to the plant which became taller after time.  It is now measured to grow up to 4 feet tall. 

In the mountains...

As animal life began eating Pretous' fruit, they soon were deposited in the mountainous regions of Feotus.  In this area, the plant evolved into bush-like plant.  Its blades opened to allow air resistance and its fruit began to grow along the plants stem.  The plant lost some height in its new transformation, as it measures a mere 2 feet tall.  However, it acquired a beautiful flower that closed into a fruit.

HEMOUNTS

In the coast...

As Vivaaqua cells saturated Feotus' land, some were also landing on massive rocks and boulders that settled on Feotus' coasts. The cells formed a moss-like plant that covered much of the rocks surfaces.  The minute plant adapted to its wet environment very easily.  This plant known as Massani, was quite strong.  At only a couple centimeters high, it spread wildly through the area like grass on Earth.  Under a microscope, Massani is made up of tiny leaves that reproduce within themselves. 

In the tropical forest...

The moss-like plant over time reached the tropical forest area and thrived there as well.  However. the microscopic leaves became bigger and viewable to the naked eye.  It evolved a stem with thorns that helped it survive from animals that would step on it.  The thorns also equipped the plant with anchorage to other plants and trees.  With low availability of light, its color turned yellowish, but did gain some 2 inches of height. This genus is known as Massmounts.

In the mountains...

It is a mystery how Massmounts found their way into the Mountanous regions of Feotus.  Nevertheless, the plant gained more height (12 inches tall) and stability. The plant evolved into a plant that no longer needed something to anchor itself to to grow upright.  With ample light, the plant grew thicker stems that allowed it to be free stand.  Still, it did not loose its thorns that kept its survival at its maximum.  

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