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Camp de la Besties Brian and Colin's body map Presentation. We decided to create a sort of split country. In the North territory, it is mostly swamp land. In the South, it is a beautiful grassland. We both decided that there would be a mountain range splitting up the north and south. We decided seperatly on what topographical features go where

Brian: South
Colin: North There are many cities such as:
Casa Blanca
Neverland
Foreverland
Terabithia
Iceville
Fair Haven
Cooalli
The two state capitols are Bkolia and Kapitaal.
The National Capitol is Unser Land Geteilt We have many land features such as:
Mountains
Rivers
Beaches
Caves
Plateaus
Bays
Gulfs
Islands
Lakes
Archipelago
canyons
Waterfalls
Volcanoes Some of the names of these features are:
The Lonly island
Mt. Montes
Plateau of Destiny
Peninsula of Dood
River of Tranen
Bay of Wanhoop
Gulf of Pe Teka

The coordinates of our country are from 90 degrees North to 90 degrees South,
and from 180 degrees West, to 180 degrees East. We liked how we could decide where to put our topographical features. If we could have done anything differently, it would be adding more diversity between land masses.
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