Whiptail Archipelago (Meridian)

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The Whiptail Archipelago is located in the Meridian Ocean. The name of the archipelago comes from the common name for the lizard genus Cnemidophorus. Many species of whiptail have no males, and instead reproduce by parthenogenesis. The origins of the names of the islands in this archipelago are also exclusively female.




Mangos and pomegranates can be foraged in the Whiptail archipelago.